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News reporting and writing

Melvin Mencher

News reporting and writing

instructors manual

by Melvin Mencher

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Published by Brown& Benchmark in Madison, Wis .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMelvin Mencher.
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 226p. :
Number of Pages226
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21626492M
ISBN 100697139360
OCLC/WorldCa58424563

Melvin Mencher’s news reporting and writing | Mencher, Melvin | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Good news writing begins with good, accurate reporting. Journalists perform a public service for citizens by presenting truthful facts in honest, straight-forward articles. Journalists commonly use six values to determine how newsworthy a story or elements of a story are. Knowing the news values can help a journalist make many decisions, including.

When writing a news report, it’s important to concentrate on four elements - facts, context, impact, and emotion. Read on for a wealth of tips on writing a news report, as well as a few helpful examples. 9 Responses to “The Writer’s 5 Ws” ApK on Septem am. Ah, this smacks of the lost art of the lead paragraph, from the long gone days when journalists were supposed to report and inform, not shock and advocate. Sheila on Septem am. You’re the best! Deborah H on Septem pm.

News Reporting and Writing is an excellent tool for aspiring journalists. It is very easy to read and right on the money, as far as content. It covers everything from writing a catchy lead for your stories to a step-by-step process for interviewing. The book also has sidebars that emphasize the important elements in /5(5). They lay the foundations for most reporting tasks you are likely to encounter as a journalist. The structure of this volume of 'The News Manual' has changed slightly from the book version. To save you having to scroll down too much text on-screen, some chapters in the book have been split into several web pages for this online edition.


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