News as it Happens: An Introduction to Journalism
Author(s): Stephen Lamble
We hunt it, gather it and consume it. We have a deep-seated urge to tell others about it. In today's 24/7 rolling news cycle, reporting is instantaneous with stories published online, on mobile devices and broadcast as they happen. This book is a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of journalism and covers the skills required by contemporary journalists to adapt and thrive in a constantly evolving media landscape. News as it Happens provides a strong foundation to help you throughout your journalism studies, with information on how to: - find the people and information you need - write quickly and effectively for radio, television, print, online and mobile devices - take your own photographs and shoot video - understand the basics of media law - develop a strong sense of ethics.
Stephen Lamble is a journalist, academic, author, and teacher. A recipient of national awards for journalism curriculum development and excellence in university teaching, he is Adjunct Professor of Media Management at the University of the Sunshine Coast. He has previously worked as a senior staff journalist, investigative journalist, feature writer, photojournalist, sub-editor, and editor.
PART 1: THE HISTORY AND THEORY OF JOURNALISM; PART 2: WHAT IS NEWS?; PART 3: NEWS WRITING; PART 4: OTHER FORMS OF JOURNALISM; PART 5: JOURNALISM LAW; PART 6: NEWS ROUNDS
- : 9780190303747
- : Oxford University Press Australia
- : OUP Australia and New Zealand
- : 0.744
- : January 2016
- : books
- : Stephen Lamble
- : Paperback
- : 3rd Revised edition
- : en
- : 528