The Newspapers Handbook
The Newspapers Handbook is the first comprehensive guide to the job of the newspaper reporter. It offers advice on a range of different types of newspaper writing, looks at how newspapers cover events and shows how reporting styles can differ in mainstream and non-mainstream newspapers. In this new edition, Richard Keeble explores the theoretical, moral and political dimensions of a journalist's job and examines changing newspaper ownership structures and recent ethical controversies.
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Meetings press conferences reports speeches and eyewitness reporting
Covering the courts
Personal columns reviewing freelancing
How journalism can damage your health
Training and careers
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