Beginning Radio and TV Newswriting: A Self-Instructional Learning Experience

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John Wiley & Sons, May 4, 2009 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 135 pages
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The fifth edition of this bestselling text instructs students on the basic styles, principles, and techniques of radio and TV newswriting. It makes an ideal supplement to basic newswriting texts or radio and TV industry texts.
  • Offers clear instruction, examples and exercises to guide beginning students in correct radio and TV news style
  • Fully updated and with even more examples, exercises and tests
  • The author has extensive radio and TV news experience, both on-the-air and behind the scenes as a producer, news writer, videographer, newscaster, sportscaster, host and reporter
 

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Contents

WRITING THE STORY
1
Verb Tense
38
Numbers
50
Punctuation
61
Summary
70
WRITING INTRODUCTIONS
84
Introductions for PreRecorded Stories from
96
ADDING VISUALS
108
United Press International Pronunciation
135
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About the author (2009)

K. Tim Wulfemeyer is a Professor in the School of Journalism and Media Studies at San Diego State University where he serves as the coordinator of the Journalism Degree Program. He has extensive radio-TV news experience, both on-the-air as a newscaster, sportscaster, host and reporter and behind the scenes as a producer, newswriter and videographer.

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