Reporting for the Media
Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1997 - Reporters and reporting - 615 pages
This combination text and workbook emphasizes the need for good writing and reporting skills, using practical instructions followed by a multitude of examples and exercises. With the addition of new chapters on writing for broadcast and public relations and expanded references to all kinds of media, this edition should be appropriate for news reporting courses or for the basic writing course for journalism majors. An instructor's manual is also available.
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