Reporting for the Media

Reporting for the Media

Book - 2011 | Canadian ed.
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This new Canadian edition is a comprehensive and confidence-boosting introduction to journalism. Helping students develop a solid journalistic skill set, it offers straightforward instruction on the basics - newswriting style, story structure, interviewing techniques, reporting on speeches andmeetings, common ethical dilemmas, grammar - and practical guidance on more advanced topics such as broadcast writing, Canadian law, and public relations. Lively end-of-chapter exercises encourage hands-on application of new skills. Checklists recapping main points, boxed features that highlightspecific topics, as well as suggested readings and useful websites support student learning. Accessible and engaging, the new Canadian edition of Reporting for the Media is an indispensable guide for journalists in training.
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Edition: Canadian ed.
ISBN: 9780195430196
Branch Call Number: 070.43 REPOR
Characteristics: xiv, 562 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Bender, John R.


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Jul 21, 2014

This particular volume might be of additional interest, particularly if read in concert with the CP Stylebook.

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