Vest

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Vest (ek.) ili vijest (ijek.) (engl. news, fr. nouvelle, nem. Nachricht, polj. vijadomošć), najkraći, najjednostavniji i najpopularniji oblik pisane ili govorne i vizuelne informacije o nekom događaju, pojavi, društvenom ponašanju ili nekoj ličnosti.[1][2] Preuveličana ili lažna vest u medijima naziva se novinska patka.

Vest je glavni žanr novinarskog oblikovanja novosti; otuda i naziv mnogih dnevnih listova i informativnih emisija. Sama reč „vest“ potiče iz jezika starih Slovena kada je značila - znanje. Pod uticajem Slovena pruska reč „weist“ znači isto što i poljski oblik „wiešć“. Time se vest definiše kao znanje; novo - a postaje i komunikološka definicija da je informacija svako novo saznanje. Treći srpski list štampan u Beču 1792. imao je ime „Slaveno-serbskija vjedomosti“.

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  1. Stephens, History of News (1988), p. 13.
  2. Smith,The Newspaper: An International History (1979), p. 7. “In the information which [the newspaper] chose to supply, and in the many sources of information which it took over and reorganized, it contained a bias towards recency or newness; to its readers it offered regularity of publication. It had to be filled with whatever was available, unable to wait until information of greater clarity or certainty or of wider perspective had accumulated.”

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