Designed for introductory news writing and reporting classes, this text focuses on real reporters in real situations. It presents up-to-date coverage of writing principles, with a wide variety of actual news stories from a variety of newspapers. The third edition includes a new chapter on multicultural reporting, expanded coverage of information gathering, and broader coverage of ethics. Its special features are as follows: it uses first-person accounts from working reporters and editors to give students a sense of the excitement of the profession and to show how concepts and principles work in real situations; it provides detailed, comprehensive discussions of the rudiments of news writing and reporting, including coverage on leads, story organization, interviewing, quotations and attribution, and qualities of good writing and gathering of information; it integrates sections on broadcast writing and discusses the differences and similarities between print and broadcast reporting and writing; and it exposes students to a wide variety of current examples of news stories, such as writing excerpts and story sources from small daily newspapers to regional and metropolitan ones. Aspects new to this edition include: a new chapter on multicultural reporting, which stresses how important it is for students to be sensitive to cultures, ethnic groups, religions and lifestyles different from their own; a new chapter on developing a news story, which shows students how to develop a story from day to day and week to week; a chapter on specialized reporting, which now includes coverage of environmental writing and medical and science writing, and features examples and tips from environmental reporter Casey Bukro of "Chicago Tribune"; and it includes broader coverage of ethics and how the journalist's story impacts on society.
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BRUCE D. ITULE is an editor and writer. For nearly two decades, he was director of student media at Arizona State University, where he is also a clinical professor in the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Telecommunication. He also is a visiting professor of journalism at Penn State University. Mr. Itule has taught reporting and depth reporting to two generations of students. He also has been night city editor of the Chicago Tribune. He has been a reporter or copy editor at the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson, The Phoenix (Ariz.) Gazette, the Boulder (Colo.) Daily Camera, The Denver Post and the Minneapolis Star. He earned his bachelor's degree in journalism at the University of Arizona and a master's degree in journalism at the University of Colorado. He is the coauthor of Contemporary News Reporting, News Writing and Reporting for Today's Media, Writing the News and Visual Editing. Mr Itule has been honored by The Freedom Forum as journalism teacher of the year.
DOUGLAS A. ANDERSON is professor of journalism and dean of the College of Communications at The Pennsylvania State University. He is author or coauthor of A “Washington Merry-Go-Round” of Libel Actions, Contemporary Sports Reporting, Electronic Age News Editing, Contemporary News Reporting, News Writing and Reporting for Today’s Media and Writing the News. He has also written articles that have appeared in such academic and professional publications as Journalism Quarterly, Newspaper Research Journal, American Journalism, APME News, Journalism Educator and Grassroots Editor. His teaching specialties are reporting, communication law and editing, and he was formerly the managing editor of the Hastings (Neb.) Daily Tribune. Professor Anderson was a graduate fellow at Southern Illinois University, where he received his Ph.D. A former president of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication, he has been honored by The Freedom Forum as a journalism administrator of the year.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill College, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-199-85-1235001