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Since the first edition of THE ONLINE JOURNALIST appeared in 1995, the Internet and other computer-based communication networks have established themselves as dynamic, widespread, accessible channels of communication. THE ONLINE JOURNALIST explores and demonstrates how reporters can use the Internet and other online resources more efficiently and effectively. Reddick and King also discuss how this technology impacts journalism, the pitfalls reporters and editors should avoid, and the legal and ethical issues raised by online journalism. Equally useful for working journalists and journalism students, THE ONLINE JOURNALIST provides clear and practical advice for gathering accurate, timely information.
1. An Introduction. 2. The World Online. 3. Working the World Wide Web. 4. Contacting People By E-mail. 5. Online Communities. 6. Search Strategies. 7. The Internet Beyond the Web. 8. Evaluating Net Information. 9. Network News-Web Publishing. 10. Law, Ethics, and the Internet. 11. Getting More out of Your Browser. 12. Net Impact on Journalism.