Associated Press Reporting HandbookBook - 2002
Although journalism and reporting are disseminating information in more ways than ever before in history, the basic skills remain constant: a journalist must still investigate events with the intention of objectivley determining the facts and then communicating them to the reader, viewer or listener. This text provides a new generation of journalists with guidance on the basics of reporting, whether for print, broadcast or other media. It offers information on the multiple outlets for reporters' work as well as advice on getting started and moving ahead in the trade.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : McGraw-Hill, c2002
Branch Call Number: 808/.06607/Schwa 359401 1
Characteristics: ix, 219 p. --
Alternative Title: Reporting handbook