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Publisher: Bedford/Saint Martin's
Brooks, Brian S., Kennedy, George, Moen, Daryl R.
A brief and accessible text that covers key news writing and reporting skills. Fifteen streamlined chapters introduce students to the skills they need with a step-by-step approach that lends itself to learning essential journalistic skills quickly. The brief, spiral-bound text begins with the evolving nature of the news and moves on to chapters about writing and reporting news; writing for broadcast, public relations, and online environments; and the principles of ethics and law.- Unique section on writing for multiple media. Part Five prepares students for the realities of today's workplace--where many will seek jobs beyond traditional newspapers--by providing full chapters on broadcast writing (Chapter II), public relations (Chapter 12), and a unique chapter on online journalism (Chapter 13).- Multimedia journalism simulation CD-ROM. This interactive journalism simulation, included with each copy of the book, presents a crime scenario in real-time, using text, audio, and video clips. Students can use the CD-ROM, along with support material in the book, to write a variety of stories.Brooks, Brian S. is the author of 'Instructor's Manual to Accompany Telling the Story: Writing for Print, Broadcast and Online Media' with ISBN 9780312258313 and ISBN 0312258313.