Conventions: the norms that govern the technical and creative choices made by workers in the execution of their duties, art or craft. Informational bias: the journalistic predisposition that governs how a story is structured and told; four common informational biases are dramatized, personalized, fragmented and authority-disorder. Journalistic beats: the places and institutions where news is regularly expected to occur. Lack a psychoanalytic concept that describes the gap separating imaginary pleasures and lived reality. News: the media product produced by the organization structures and practices of journalism. News agencies: corporations that produce and sell stories to other news providers or non-profit cooperatives, which work with large media companies to generate news centrally and distribute it locally. Objectivtity: the reporting of facts in an impartial manner. Organizational culture: the set of norms and customs, artifacts and events and values and assumptions that emerge as a consequence of organizational members communicative practices.