How do journalists get their next big scoop? They get up and go after it! Find out how journalists research their stories and get them ready for publication. Discover what is means to be a good reporter and how to effectively interview a subject. Explore the different media jobs: TV and print journalism, sports reporting, photojournalism, and online outlets. If you like to tell stories, get the facts straight, and work well under pressure, then a career in journalism may be for you!
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