Editing for today's newsroom: new perspectives for a changing profession
Through anecdotes, history, and analysis, this book offers sound advice to prepare prospective editors for the full range of their duties: editing copy, determining what is news, understanding graphics and design, directing coverage, managing people, and coping with a spectrum of ethical and legal dilemmas.
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The Rise of the New Editor
How Writers See Editors
What Makes a Good Editor
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