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How To: Journalism

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on 23 September 2015

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Transcript of How To: Journalism

Your pictures should also tell the story.
How to conduct them
Yes there are two different ways!
“Better a good journalist than a poor assassin.”
Jean-Paul Sartre
Photojournalism
How to use quotations:
Interviews
Indirect Quotation
Construction on a new apartment-style residence hall will begin in April, university officials announced. Sally Smith, director of residence life, unveiled the plans at a ceremony Thursday afternoon.
credit to source
not exactly same words

Combination
In a busy college residence, "it gets real cozy, real quick," according to Sally Smith, director of residence life.


Know your sources
have 1 or 2 (atleast)
Prepare Questions
WWWWWH
Contact
inform interviewee about why
give a time estimat
make deadline clear
The Actual Interviewing
21 Questions
Introduction
Background
WWWWWH
Be confident, open
Record/Take Notes (show interest)
Verify Information
other sources?
ALWAYS THANK INTERVIEWEE
Direct Quotation:
"So we're putting a Godzilla tree in the lobby," she said.
always use the word said
exact words
credit to the source
Don't put additional info within quotes


Examples taken from: http://jerz.setonhill.edu/writing/journalism/quotations.htm
$1.25
Monday, September 23, 2015
Vol XCIII, No. 311
It's not that hard...
The Actual Writing Part
What story are you telling, and how?
What is your angle?
It IS the story and how you tell it!
Perspective
What are you telling the reader?
Why should they care?
How To: Journalism
Inverted Pyramid of Journalism

Lead
most important info
WWWWWH
Body
crucial info
Tail
extra info
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