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The Newspapers Handbook encourages a critical approach to newspaper practice. Thoroughly updated for the fourth edition and using a range of new examples from tabloid, compact and broadsheet newspapers, non-mainstream and local ...
The Newspapers Handbook encourages a critical approach to newspaper practice. Thoroughly updated for the fourth edition and using a range of new examples from tabloid, compact and broadsheet newspapers, non-mainstream and local publications, Richard Keeble examines key journalistic skills such as the art of interviewing, news reporting, reviewing, feature writing, using the Internet and freelancing. New chapters from John Turner, Nick Nuttall and Mark Hanna explore the specialisms of local and national government reporting, investigative journalism and covering the courts.
The Newspapers Handbook includes: Interviews with journalists about their working practices, Examples of writing from a range of recent publications, A guide to training and career opportunities, The importance of new technologies for the newspaper industry, An updated glossary of key terms and a revised bibliography.
About the Author:
Richard Keeble is Professor of Journalism at the University of Lincoln and former director of undergraduate studies for the Department of Journalism at City University
1. Behind the Hollywood Myths: The Journalist's Job 2. Efficks, Ethics or Politics 3. Sourcing the News 4. The Art of Interviewing 5. Learning the Language of News 6. News Reporting: Beyond the Five Ws 7. Planning for the Unforeseen: Covering Transport Accidents, Fires, Demonstrations and Human Interest Stories 8. More News Assignments: Meetings, Press Conferences, Reports, Speeches and Eye-Witness Reporting 9. Powerful Information: Reporting National and Local Government 10. All Human Life: Covering the Courts 11. Investigative Reporting: The Times They are A-Changin’? 12. Feature Writing: Thinking Visually, Painting Pictures with Words 13. Some Specialist Areas: Personal Columns, Reviewing, Freelancing 14. New Technology: How Journalism Can Damage Your Health 15. On or Off the Job – or Both? Training and Careers
Posted May 17, 2011
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