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Titel: The Broadcast Journalism Handbook: A Television News Survival Guide
Autor/en: Robert Thompson, Cindy Malone
Autor/en: Robert Thompson, Cindy Malone
ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD
1. September 2003 - kartoniert - 208 Seiten
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The Broadcast Journalism Handbook has everything you ever wanted to know about working in the television news business but were afraid to ask! Learn the ropes--and how to head off amateur errors--from the authors' vast experiences and dozens of interviews with news professionals. Complete with job-searching tips, helpful web sites, and real-life scenarios, this book covers many newsroom positions, from assignment editors to producers, reporters, and anchors. It gives you newsroom experience before you get the job.
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 1 TV News: The Myth and the Reality Chapter 3 2 You've Got the Job, What Do You Do Now? Chapter 4 3 Your First Day Chapter 5 4 Putting It All Together: Cast and Crew Chapter 6 5 Newsroom Survival Guide Chapter 7 6 The Business of News Chapter 8 7 Crossing the Line Chapter 9 8 One-Man Bands Chapter 10 9 The Story Chapter 11 10 Where to Go, What to Do, Who to Call? Chapter 12 11 Making Deadlines Chapter 13 12 Writing Tips Chapter 14 13 Into Practice Chapter 15 14 News Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of History, Recent Events, and People Chapter 16 15 Worst-Case Scenarios Chapter 17 16 Amateur Errors Chapter 18 17 Getting the Job Chapter 19 18 Wrap-Up Chapter 20 Appendix: Going Online Chapter 21 News Glossary
Robert Thompson is an award-winning reporter/anchor with fifteen years of on-air experience. Cindy Malone is an Emmy award-winning news producer, co-owner of the production company Malone Media Group, and a former television news reporter and anchor.
I will be using the book as a text in my spring semester Electronic News Gathering and Production class ... I really like the 'real' language of the authors. I believe it will be an appropriate take-along text for my students who, after my course, will be one course away from emerging in the professional world. -- Dan Keever, University of Georgia The Broadcast Journalism Handbook is truly more than a newsroom survival guide-it's a survival guide for the profession of broadcast journalism. In plain language and with plenty of common sense, it leads the student through the steps of getting that first job and keeping it, what counts in the newsroom, how to put stories together, and how to do it all responsibly and ethically. -- Teresa Ponte, Florida International University This book has an insider's view on the workings of the newsroom and shows the specific demands of television news, featuring many anecdotes compiled by working journalists. If you want to be a broadcast news journalist, you should read this to erase any doubt about entering the field. -- Patricia Hastings, University of Wisconsin at Madison This is a very accessible, practical guide for beginning TV news professionals. I found myself saying 'yes' or nodding in agreement as I read! It presents many realities of TV news in frank, straightforward terms-you can tell it's written by people who have been there. This book would be great to have in a senior-level class, when some people are getting ready for TV careers and others are still wondering if that's the job for them. -- Lee Hood, University of Colorado and veteran TV news producer Whew! If I'd read this book 25 years ago I may have ended up taking that insurance job! The Broadcast Journalism Handbook does an outstanding job letting news business 'newbies' know what to expect when they get that coveted first job. If this includes you, read this book and get a running start into a wild and wonderful career. -- Jim Benemann, anchor, KCNC-TV-Denver
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