Journalism is a form of writing that tells people about things that really happened, but that they might not have known about already. People who write journalism are called “journalists.” They might work at newspapers, magazines, websites or for TV or radio stations. The most important characteristic shared by good journalists is curiosity. Journalism comes in several different forms: I. News A. Breaking news: Telling about an event as it happens. B. Feature stories: A detailed look at something interesting that's not breaking news. C. Enterprise or Investigative stories: Stories that uncover information that few people knew. II. Opinion A. Editorials: Unsigned articles that express a publication's opinion. B. Columns: Signed articles that express the writer's reporting and his conclusions. C. Reviews: Such as concert, restaurant or movie reviews.