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Elements of News
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action advertising AFL-CIO American assigned Associated Press audience basic story form bureau called cent city desk city editor Colonial Williamsburg columnist columns copy court cover coverage crime daily develop direct quotations dispatches edition emphasis example facts filed foreign Fred Haney frequently give handling headline Homer Bigart human interest important interview inverted pyramid involved journalism libel magazines major material meeting ment metropolitan newsgathering newsmen newspaper newspaper's newsworthy obtain opening organization paper paragraph person police reporter political porter President press associations privileged Pulitzer questions radio reader Relman Morin reporter's Reston rewrite sentence situation sometimes staff statement story on page style summary lead SUSAN CONSTANT talk TEAMSTERS telephone teleprinters television tell tion United Press United Press International usually Washington wire service woman women words writing York York Herald Tribune