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AP Foreign Correspondents in Action: World War II to the Present

AP Foreign Correspondents in Action: World War II to the Present

by Giovanna Dell'Orto


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ISBN-13: 9781107519305
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 11/18/2015
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 375
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.83(d)

About the Author

Giovanna Dell'Orto is an Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota's School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She teaches and researches the interplay between news, journalistic practices, and international affairs, topics she has lectured about to academic and professional audiences from China to Chile. A former newswoman with The Associated Press and fluent in four languages, she is the author of American Journalism and International Relations, also from Cambridge University Press, which analyses foreign correspondence's impact on American foreign policy from 1848 to 2008. She is also the author or editor of three other books on journalism and foreign affairs. Dell'Orto received her PhD in Mass Communication from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction; 2. Getting ready, getting started, and getting lost in translation; 3. What's the story? News judgment, news pitches; 4. Getting to the sources (and keeping them alive); 5. Being an American abroad - perceptions of journalists; 6. Eyewitness reporting: getting to the scene; 7. The costs of being there to count the bodies; 8. Your byline today, mine tomorrow: teamwork and competition; 9. Access, censorship, and spin: relating with foreign governments; 10. Flacks, spooks, and objective journalists: relating with the US government abroad; 11. Getting it out, getting it edited: filing news and handling editors; 12. The evolving milkmen: writing for an audience; 13. Purpose and influence of foreign correspondence; 14. Eight decades of bearing witness and telling the world's stories: conclusions.

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