Reporters and editors put their heads together. Picture: 13winds/Flickr/CC
BY MARK GATELY
Welcome to News Conference
Journalism is a series of team efforts that results in the reader, listener or viewer being alerted, informed or entertained by a story.
“If you take out the team in teamwork, it’s just work. Now who wants that?” ― fantasy and science fiction novelist Matthew Woodring Stover Continue reading
“Week 1 (12/2): Intro to News Conference”
Good ideas make great audio. Photo: Jonathan Powell/CC/Flickr
BY CAZ ADAMS
Welcome to Audio and Video Stories 😃
This semester you’ll complete an assessment with two parts:
Part 1: You will research, write, record, and edit an audio feature or podcast
Part 2: You will research, write, video, and edit a video story
For both there are certain criteria you will have to include in order to achieve a satisfactory result.
Continue reading “Week 1 (10/2): How to Research”
BY DEBORAH BAUER
Research your topic
When writing a news article you need to research the topic extensively. To have a credible, well written, well-structured article, you have to know the topic well. Still it’s a lot trickier than you might think finding the right information, ensuring its factual.
Continue reading “Week 13 (10/11): Researching a news story”
“Brightly colored drinking straws with flexible head” by Horia Varlan is licensed under CC BY 2.0
BY RUTH BERAN
As a journalist, sometimes the story you intend to write is not the final story you end up telling.
Continue reading “Week 13 (9/11): Being flexible”
BY NICK BENNETT
First let’s get into a journalistic mood 🤓
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Continue reading “Week 4 (26/8): Finding reliable info”