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Reporting for the media / (Record no. 8284)

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Personal name Fedler, Fred.
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Title Reporting for the media /
Statement of responsibility, etc Fred Fedler ... [et al.].
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Edition statement 8th ed.
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Extent xvii, 679 p. :
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Dimensions 28 cm.
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Formatted contents note Preface <br/>1. The Basics: Format, Copy Editing, and AP Style <br/>Producing Copy<br/>News Story Format<br/>Copy-editing Symbols<br/>The Associated Press Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law<br/>Accuracy of Names and Facts<br/>The Writing Coach--The Lucky 13 Ways to Become a Good Writer<br/>Checklist for Copy Preparation<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Useful Web Sites<br/>Exercises<br/>2. Grammar and Spelling <br/>The Parts of Speech<br/>Basic Sentence Structure<br/>Active and Passive Voice<br/>Agreement<br/>Ambiguous Pronouns<br/>Plurals and Possessives<br/>"That" and "Which"<br/>"Who" and "Whom"<br/>Misplaced Modifiers<br/>Dangling Modifiers<br/>Personification<br/>Parallel Form<br/>"Because" and "Due To"<br/>Spelling<br/>Grammar and Checklist<br/>The Writing Coach--Acronyms Lift Your Writing<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Useful Web Sites<br/>Exercises<br/>3. Newswriting Style <br/>Prewriting<br/>Simplify Words, Sentences, and Paragraphs<br/>Remain Objective<br/>Checklist for Newswriting Style<br/>The Writing Coach--Find the Clear Path to Writing Glory<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Exercises<br/>4. The Language of News <br/>The Effectiveness of Words<br/>Be Precise<br/>Use Strong Verbs<br/>Avoiding Problems in Your Writing<br/>Words to Avoid<br/>Other Problems to Avoid<br/>Checklist for the Language of News<br/>The Writing Coach--Become a Power Lifter When Picking Verbs<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Exercises<br/>5. Selecting and Reporting the News <br/>The Characteristics of News<br/>Two Views of 9/11<br/>Types of News<br/>Public/Civic Journalism<br/>Applying the Principles of News Selection<br/>The Concept of Objectivity<br/>Details Newspapers Are Reluctant to Publish<br/>The Importance of Accuracy<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Exercises<br/>6. Basic News Leads <br/>The Summary News Lead<br/>Sentence Structure in Leads<br/>Guidelines for Writing Effective Leads<br/>Avoiding Some Common Errors<br/>Apply the Guidelines to other Kinds of Leads<br/>Checklist for Writing Leads<br/>The Writing Coach--Oh Where, Oh Where Does the Time Element Go?<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Exercises<br/>7. Alternative Leads <br/>Criticisms<br/>"Buried" or "Delayed" Leads<br/>Multiparagraph Leads<br/>Using Quotations<br/>Using Questions<br/>Suspenseful Leads<br/>Descriptive Leads<br/>Shockers-Leads With a Twist<br/>Ironic Leads<br/>Direct-Address Leads<br/>Words Used in Unusual Ways<br/>Other Unusual Leads<br/>The Writing Coach--Too Many Words Can Muddle Writing<br/>Exercises<br/>8. The Body of a News Story <br/>The Inverted-Pyramid Style<br/>The Hourglass Style<br/>The Focus Style<br/>The Narrative Style<br/>Using Transitions<br/>Explain the Unfamiliar<br/>The Importance of Examples<br/>The Use of Description<br/>The Use of Humor<br/>The Need to Be Fair<br/>The Final Step: Edit Your Story<br/>Checklist for Writing News Stories<br/>The Writing Coach--How to Find the Endings to Stories<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Exercises<br/>9. Quotations and Attribution <br/>Quotations<br/>Blending Quotations Narrative<br/>Attribution<br/>Guidelines for Capitalizing and Punctuating Quotations<br/>Checklists for Quotations and Attribution<br/>A Memo From the Editor--Descriptive Writing: Turning a Good Story Into a Great Story<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Exercises<br/>10. Interviews <br/>Why Am I Interviewing?<br/>Whom Should I Interview?<br/>When Should I Conduct My Interviews?<br/>Where Should I Conduct the Interview?<br/>What Questions Should I Ask?<br/>How Should I Conduct Interviews<br/>Writing the Interview Story<br/>The Writing Coach--Figure It: Poetry Can Be in Newspaper Stories<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Useful Web Sites<br/>Exercises<br/>11. Writing Obituaries <br/>Types of Death Reports<br/>Jim Nicholson: No. 1 in Obituaries<br/>Obituary Writing Considerations<br/>Checklists for Reporting and Writing Obituaries<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Useful Web Sites<br/>Exercises<br/>12. Speeches and Meetings <br/>Advance Stories<br/>Covering the Speech or Meeting<br/>Follow Stories<br/>Internet Brings Pornography to Children, Researcher Says<br/>Remember Your Readers<br/>Adding Color<br/>Checklists for Reporting Speeches and Meetings<br/>The Writing Coach--Go Beyond the Stick<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Useful Web Sites<br/>Exercises<br/>13. Specialized Types of Stories <br/>Brights<br/>Follow-ups<br/>Roundups<br/>Sidebars<br/>Checklists for Writing Specialized Stories<br/>A Memo From the Editor--History, Traditions, and Culture: Old Glory and Noodle<br/>Suggested Reading<br/>Exercises<br/>14. Feature Stories <br/>Selecting a Topic and Gathering Information<br/>Types of Feature Stories<br/>Types of Feature Leads<br/>The Body of Feature Story<br/>The Ending of Feature Story<br/>What does It Take to Be a Top-Notch Writer?<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Useful Web Sites<br/>Exercises<br/>15. Public Affairs Reporting <br/>Crime and Accidents<br/>Covering the Search for a Serial Killer<br/>Local Government<br/>Courts<br/>Checklists for Public Affairs Reporting<br/>A Note About This Chapter's Exercises<br/>The Writing Coach--The "Knows" Have It for Police and Court Reporters<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Useful Web Sites<br/>Exercises<br/>16. Understanding and Using the Internet <br/>A Brief History<br/>Journalists and the Internet<br/>E-Mail<br/>Internet Addresses, Web Sites, or URLs (Universal Resource Locators)<br/>Search Engines and Subject Directories<br/>Mailing Lists and Newsgroups<br/>Ethical Considerations<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Useful Web Sites<br/>Exercises<br/>17. Advanced Reporting <br/>Using Statistics<br/>Conducting Informal Polls<br/>Using Computers to Get Answers<br/>Converging Media<br/>Checklist for Using Statistics<br/>Checklist for Conducting Informal Polls<br/>A Memo From the Editor--Good Writing's Great, but It's Not Enough<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Exercises<br/>18. Writing for Broadcast <br/>Writing for Your Listener<br/>Writing for Your Announcer<br/>Leads for Broadcast Services<br/>The Body of a Broadcast News Story<br/>Updating Broadcast News Stories<br/>Guidelines for Copy Preparation<br/>Editing Copy<br/>Putting Together a Newscast<br/>Sources for Broadcast News<br/>The Newsroom Environment<br/>Checklist for Broadcast News Writing<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Useful Web Sites<br/>Exercises<br/>19. The News Media and PR Practitioners <br/>What is Public Relations?<br/>Becoming a Public Relations Practitioner<br/>Working With News Media<br/>Elements of a News Release<br/>Types of News Releases<br/>The Journalist's Perspective: Working with Press Releases<br/>The No. 1 Problem: Lack of Newsworthiness<br/>The No. 2 Problem: Lack of Objectivity<br/>Other Problems with News Releases<br/>Some Final Guidelines<br/>Checklists for PR Practitioners<br/>Checklist for Handling News Releases<br/>Guest-Column-Transparency Is Paramount<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Exercises<br/>20. Communications Law <br/>Libel<br/>12 Steps for Avoiding Libel Suits<br/>Privacy<br/>Newsgathering<br/>Bar-Press Guidelines<br/>Checklists<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Useful Web Sites<br/>Exercises<br/>21. Ethics <br/>Media Credibility<br/>Ethical Decision Making<br/>Ethics Issues<br/>Codes of Ethics<br/>Checklist for improving Media Credibility<br/>A Memo From the Editor--Some Thoughts on Plagiarism<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Useful Web Sites<br/>Exercises<br/>22. Careers <br/>A Journalist's Attributes<br/>Be the Applicant Who Gets Hired<br/>The Industry Needs More Women and Minorities<br/>Freelance Writing<br/>Checklist for Finding the Right Journalism Job<br/>Suggested Readings<br/>Useful Web Sites<br/>Appendixes<br/>A. City Directory<br/>B. The Associated Press Stylebook<br/>C. Rules for Forming Possessives<br/>D. Answer Keys<br/>E. Common Writing Errors<br/>Credit Lines<br/>Index
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