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Reporting & Community Journalism
     

Reporting & Community Journalism

by Michael Smith
 
A followup to his first book "Confessions of a Community Journalist," journalist and author Michael Smith goes deeper in his second book "Reporting & Community Journalism." Smith's second book more deeply explores various beats that community journalists encounter. His book also includes expanded chapters on opinion writing, feature writing and multimedia reporting.

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A followup to his first book "Confessions of a Community Journalist," journalist and author Michael Smith goes deeper in his second book "Reporting & Community Journalism." Smith's second book more deeply explores various beats that community journalists encounter. His book also includes expanded chapters on opinion writing, feature writing and multimedia reporting.

Editorial Reviews

Amazon - Bill Rogers
�The book is a how-to guide to take some of the real trial and error out of working for a community newspaper. It is written not from the textbook approach of a college professor, but from that of an award-winning weekly editor.�
Amazon - Ed Henninger
�His book is well organized, crafted and brightly written. It is informed by learning and guided by experience. I�m happy to recommend it to others.�

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149344550
Publisher:
Michael Smith
Publication date:
04/09/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
387
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Michael Shawn Smith is a newspaper veteran of 14 years and has managed community newspapers for 10 years. He has been the editor of the Carolina Forest Chronicle in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina since October of 2007 and has won dozens of national and state press awards. He's the author of "Confessions of a Community Journalist."

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