News Writing and Reporting for Today's Media
News Writing and Reporting takes students on the beat, into the press box, council chambers, and courthouse, and to a speech and press conference. It introduces them to current issues such as cultural sensitivity, multimedia journalism, and legal and ethical considerations that journalists face every day. Throughout the text, reporters and editors offer their down-to-earth advice, and, whenever possible, professional journalists covering actual stories are used as instructional models. Students are exposed to the work of professionals while gathering the tools to follow in their footsteps.
- Paperback | 560 pages
- 185 x 231 x 22mm | 801g
- 31 May 2009
- McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- MCGRAW-HILL Professional
- United States
- 7th edition
Table of contents
Part One: The Fourth Estate Chapter 1: Today's Media Chapter 2: Ingredients of NewsPart Two: The Rudiments Chapter 3: Qualities of Good Writing Chapter 4: Summary Leads Chapter 5: Organizing a News Story Chapter 6: Developing a News Story Chapter 7: Quotations and Attribution Chapter 8: Special LeadsChapter 9: FeaturesPart Three: Gathering Information Chapter 10: Interviewing Chapter 11: Computer-Assisted Reporting and Research Chapter 12: By the NumbersPart Four: Basic Assignments Chapter 13: Obituaries Chapter 14: Speeches and Press Conferences Chapter 15: Weather and DisastersChapter 16: Broadcast Writing Chapter 17: Multimedia JournalismChapter 18: News ReleasesPart Five: Beats Chapter 19: Multicultural Reporting Chapter 20: Local Government and Public MeetingsChapter 21: Police and Fire Chapter 22: Courts Chapter 23: SportsPart Six: Advanced Assignments Chapter 24: In-Depth and Investigative Reporting Chapter 25: Business News and Other SpecialtiesPart Seven: Beyond the Writing Chapter 26: Law Chapter 27: Ethics and Fairness: Responsibility to Society Appendix A: Gannett Newspaper Division Principles of Ethical Conduct for Newsrooms Appendix B: Associated Press Style Rules Appendix C: Glossary
About Bruce D. Itule
Bruce Itule has been awarded the 1999 Freedom Forum Teacher of the Year award. The Freedom Forum Teacher of the Year award is awarded to three instructors annually in recognition of outstanding classroom teaching in the core areas of print and broadcast journalism instruction.