Teeline for Journalists

Author: Dawn Johnston

Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

ISBN: 9780435471606

Category: Journalism

Page: 244

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Aimed at journalism students, this work concentrates on the key terms and phrases they will encounter in their careers.

Teeline Gold Standard for Journalists

From Beggining to 100 Wpm with Essential Speed Building and Exam Practice

Author: National Council for the Training of Journalists (Great Britain)

Publisher: Heinemann Vocational

ISBN: 9780435471712

Category: Shorthand

Page: 224

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This student book includes an introductory section to outline important principles and theory to give students a firm foundation for learning. It provides a range of practice exercises to offer learners drill materials from 50 WPM to 100 WPM designed especially to build their speed and fluency.

Interviewing for Journalists

Author: Sally Adams,Wynford Hicks

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134021461

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 256

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Interviewing for Journalists details the central journalistic skill of how to ask the right question in the right way. It is a practical and concise guide for all print and online journalists – professionals, students and trainees – whether writing news stories or features for newspapers and magazines, print and web. Interviewing for Journalists focuses on the many types of interviewing, from the routine street interview, vox pop and press conference to the interview used as the basis of an in-depth profile. Drawing on previously published material and featuring interviews with successful columnists such as Emma Brockes, who writes for the Guardian and the New York Times and Andrew Duncan of Radio Times. Interviewing for Journalists covers every stage of interviews including research, planning and preparation, structuring questions, the importance of body language, how to get a vivid quote, checking material and editing it into different formats. Interviewing for Journalists includes: a discussion about the significance and importance of the interview for journalism advice on how to handle face-to-face interviewees with politicians, celebrities and vulnerable people advice on dealing with PRs how to carry out the telephone and online interview tips on note-taking and recording methods including shorthand a discussion of ethical, legal and professional issues such as libel, doorstepping, off-the-record briefings and the limits of editing a glossary of journalistic terms and notes on further reading.

Interviewing for Journalists

Author: Sally Adams,Wynford Hicks

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415229138

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 185

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Interviewing for Journalists addresses the central skill of asking the right question in the right way. It is a practical and concise guide for all print journalists - professionals, students and trainees. The authors, both experienced journalists, explain the different types of interviewing, from the street interview, vox pop or press conference to the interview used as a basis for an in-depth profile. Drawing on examples of published material, and featuring interviews with a number of successful writers and columnists, the book covers every aspect of interviewing.

Interviewing for Journalists

Author: Emma Lee-Potter

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1317232143

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 222

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Interviewing for Journalists focuses on the central journalistic skill of how to ask the right questions in the right way. It is a practical and concise guide for all print and online journalists – professionals, students and trainees – who write news stories and features for newspapers, magazines and online publications. In the age of digital journalism, where computer-based research is easily available, this new edition seeks to emphasise the value of getting out there, engaging with people directly and building relationships to create original and meaningful media content. Interviewing for Journalists highlights the many different approaches to interviewing, from vox pops and press conferences to news interviews and in-depth profiles. This third edition features brand new interviews with some of the most successful journalists in the industry, including Camilla Long of The Sunday Times, Heidi Blake of BuzzFeed UK, Brian Viner of the Daily Mail and award-winning freelance writers Cole Moreton and Stephanie Rafanelli. It covers every stage of interviewing, such as research, fixing interviews, structuring questions, body language, how to get vivid quotes and how to handle challenging interviews. The third edition of Interviewing for Journalists includes: advice on how to carry out face-to-face, telephone and online interviews; tips on taking notes, shorthand and recording interviews; guidance on dealing with different interviewees, such as celebrities, politicians and vulnerable people; interviewing tasks to put your journalistic skills into practice; a discussion of ethical and legal issues by Professor Tim Crook of Goldsmiths, University of London.

Teeline Fast

Author: Ann Dix

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: 9780435453527

Category: Shorthand

Page: 76

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This course book is designed for short courses of all kinds either in the classroom or for self-study. It contains sufficient theory to lay the foundation for higher speeds for students who chose to progress.

Contemporary authors

a bio-bibliographical guide to current authors and their works

Author: Clare D. Kinsman,Christine Nasso,Gale Research Company

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780810300279

Category: Authors, American

Page: N.A

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Magazine Journalism Today

Author: Anthony Davis

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: N.A

Category: English periodicals

Page: 247

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This book follows the progression of magazine production from the planning stage and commissioning of material, printing and production - including desktop publishing - through to publication and distribution. The book deals with the variety of skills required by a journalist whether they are working on a lavishly staffed, mass circulation publication or on a specialist journal originated by one person. Topics covered include: * Organization and staffing - from editors to researchers * Planning an issue, from the development of ideas to commissioning and scheduling material * Feature writing - including researching, conducting interviews and finding opening words * Pictures, photographic sessions in studios, and captioning * Presentation - the choice of typefaces, the use and treatment of pictures and the design of pages * Sub-editing, including the checking and cutting of copy, headline writing, marking for type and proofing. Anthony Davis is a freelance journalist who has worked on magazines for more than 25 years. He was a reporter for the Sunday Express for thirteen years and then moved to TV Times as staff and freelance and as diary editor, columnist and feature writer. There is also a career guide which lists training course and ways of finding employment or setting up as a freelance.

The American Editor

The Bulletin of the American Society of Newspaper Editors

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Journalism

Page: N.A

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Byliners

101 Ways to be a Freelance Journalist

Author: Cedric Pulford

Publisher: Ituri Publications

ISBN: 0953643093

Category: Freelance journalism

Page: 128

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A practical manual about freelance journalism for newspapers, magazines and the web, with additional content on TV, radio and book writing.

Der Arschloch-Faktor

vom geschickten Umgang mit Aufschneidern, Intriganten und Despoten im Unternehmen

Author: Robert I. Sutton

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783453600607

Category:

Page: 192

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Imperium

Roman

Author: Robert Harris

Publisher: Heyne Verlag

ISBN: 3641108322

Category: Fiction

Page: 496

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Macht will ein Imperium „Pompeji“ war ein internationaler Triumph. Robert Harris versteht es wie kein Zweiter, die Antike mit Leben zu füllen und die Gegenwart in einem Roman zu beschreiben, der vor zweitausend Jahren spielt. Im Mittelpunkt von „Imperium“ steht ein gerissener, mit allen Wassern gewaschener Anwalt und geborener Machtpolitiker: Marcus Tullius Cicero. Ein unbekannter junger Anwalt – hochintelligent, sensibel und enorm ehrgeizig – betritt das Zentrum der Macht. Er hat nur ein Ziel: Er will nach ganz oben. Der Fall eines Kunstsammlers, der vor der Willkür eines skrupellosen und gierigen Gouverneurs fliehen muss, kommt ihm da gerade recht. Der Gouverneur hat einflussreiche und gefährliche Freunde im Senat, und sollte der Anwalt den Fall gewinnen, würde er die gesamte alte Machtclique zerschlagen. An die Niederlage wagt er nicht zu denken, sie könnte ihn das Leben kosten. Eine einzige Rede kann über sein Schicksal und die Zukunft einer Weltmacht entscheiden, doch seine gefährlichste Waffe ist das Wort. Die Weltmacht am Scheideweg ist Rom. Der Name des jungen Anwalts ist Marcus Tullius Cicero, Außenseiter, Philosoph, brillanter Redner und der erste Politiker modernen Stils. Ein topaktueller Roman im historischen Gewand.