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Broadcast News Handbookenables students and professionals to become better writers and better broadcast journalists. Backed by 50 years of combined broadcast journalism experience, the authors provide helpful discussions on crafting language and becoming an effective storyteller. Topics addressed include "Deadly Copy Sins and How to Avoid Them"; "Interviewing: Getting the Facts and the Feelings"; "Producing TV News"; and "Writing Sports."
Table of Contents
|Characteristics of Broadcast News Writing|
|Selecting Stories and Starting to Write|
|Writing Great Leads and Other Helpful Tips|
|Deadly Copy Sins and How to Avoid Them|
|Interviewing: Getting the Facts and the Feelings|
|Writing Radio News|
|Television News Story Forms--The VO|
|Television Story Forms--The VO/SOT|
|Television Story Forms--The Package|
|Writing Sports Copy|
|Producing TV News|
|The Care and Feeding of Television Live Shots|
|Why We Fight|
|Writing for the Web|
|So You Want a Job? The Art of the Resume|
|Word Usage and Grammar Guide|
|Legal and Privacy FAQs|
|Producing a Student Newscast from Beginning to End|
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