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What Are the Best Paying Jobs in Journalism?
Journalism Salaries - Salaries in Journalism Jobs
Learning Basic AP Style
The Basics of Associated Press Style
8 Ways You Can Tell if a Website is Trustworthy
Reliable Websites - How to Tell if a Website is Reliable
What Are the Different Kinds of Feature Stories?
Feature Stories - Different Kinds of Feature Stories
Should You Get a Journalism Degree?
Should You Get a Journalism Degree? The Pros and Cons of Majoring in Journalism
How to Write Broadcast News Copy
How to Write Broadcast News Copy
What Editors Do
Editing Structure, newspaper editing, editing jobs
What's the Difference Between Broadsheet...
Newspapers - Broadsheets vs. Tabloids - What are Broadsheets and Tabloids
10 Steps For Producing The Perfect News Story
Building The Perfect News Story
Writing Ledes for Feature Stories
Writing Feature Ledes, How to Write a Feature Lede
The Basics of Libel and Libel Law
Libel Basics - The Basics of Libel and Libel Law
How to Write a Great Lede
How to write the lede of a news story
How to Structure News Stories
How to Structure News Stories. Journalism.
How To Use Attribution in a News Story
Attribution - How To Use Attribution in a News Story
Seven Tips for Producing Great Profiles
Personality Profiles - Seven Tips for Producing Great Profiles - Feature Articles
What Are Feature Stories?
What are feature stories? Journalism.
The Basics of Conducting Interviews for News...
The Basics of Conducting Interviews for News Stories
What Is Citizen Journalism?
Citizen Journalism - What Is Citizen Journalism?
Newswriting Exercises
Looking for a way to hone your newswriting skills? Try the exercises listed below. Each exercise presents a scenario and a set of facts; it's up to you to create a news story from those basic materials. To get the maximum benefit, do these on a tight deadline (each exerciseshas a suggested time limit.)
Five Key Ingredients for Cooking Up Terrific...
Writing Feature Stories - Five Key Components of Feature Stories
The Three Best Places to Start Your Journalism...
The Three Best Places to Start Your Journalism Career
What Makes Something Newsworthy?
What Makes Something Newsworthy?
Want to Get Your Start in Sports Journalism?...
Getting Started in Sports Journalism
Everything You Need to Know About Interviewing
Interviewing - The Basics of Doing News Interviews - Journalism - Reporting
So You Want to Be a Critic?
Write Great Reviews - How to Write Great Movie, Book or Restaurant Reviews for a Newspaper or Website
Objectivity and Fairness
Objectivity and Fairness. Journalism.
Write Great Headlines
Headline Writing - Writing Great Headlines
Jon Stewart Blasts Sensationalism in the News...
Sensationalism, Journalism, the News Media and Jon Stewart - Is Sensationalism in the News Media Bad?
Enterprise Reporting
Enterprise Reporting. Journalism.
Build an Impressive Clip Portfolio That Will...
Newspaper Clips - Create a Portfolio of Newspaper Clips to Get a Job
Editing Exercises
Copy Editing - Editing Exercises
Remembering Walter Cronkite, the Greatest...
Remembering Walter Cronkite, the Greatest Anchorman in TV News
Different Kinds of Sports Stories
Sports Stories - The Different Kinds of Sports Stories
Six Tips To Improve Your Newswriting
newswriting, ledes, story structure
How to Cover a Beat Effectively
Covering a News Beat - How to Cover a Beat Effectively
Different Kinds of Stories You Can Write for...
Different Kinds of Stories You Can Write for Your Student Newspaper
Is Al Jazeera anti-Semitic and anti-American?
Al Jazeera - Is Al Jazeera anti-Semitic and anti-American?
The Technology of Journalism Improves, But...
Young People and News Consumption - The Technology of Journalism Improves, But Young People Still Ignore the News
Writing Obituaries
Writing Obituaries - Obit Writing
Everything You Need to Know About Writing...
Learn about the important aspects of feature writing and various ways to make your story and your writing relevant and readable.
10 Terms Every Journalist Should Know
Journalism Terms - 10 Terms Every Journalist Should Know
The First Amendment and Press Freedom
The First Amendment - Press Freedom - Reporter's Rights
Why Are Newspapers Dying?
Dying Newspapers - Why Are Newspapers Disappearing?
How to Find Ideas for News Articles
Here are some places you can dig up ideas for news articles. Once you’re written your article, see if you can get it published.
Covering Speeches
Covering speeches, lectures and forums – any live event that basically involves people talking - might seem easy at first.
Writing Court Stories
Writing Court Stories - Court Reporting - Court Stories
Sports: Writing The Short Game Story
Sports - Writing Game Stories - Sportswriting
Are Newspapers Dying? Yes Or No?
Are Newspapers Dying? A Look at Whether Newspapers Are Dying
What is Hyperlocal Journalism?
Hyperlocal Journalism - What is Hyperlocal Journalism?
How to Work With Anonymous Sources
Anonymous Sources - How to Work With Anonymous Sources
Everything You Need to Know to Become a...
Sports and Sportswriting - Everything You Need to Know to Become a Sportswriter
Five Steps To Writing a Great Lede
How To Write a Great Lede, Newswriting, ledes
Great News Web Widgets to Jazz Up Your Blog or...
Web Widgets - Great News Web Widgets to Jazz Up Your Blog or Website
Finding and Developing Ideas for News Stories...
Story Ideas - Finding and Developing Ideas for News Stories and Articles
Preparing For a Journalism Career, From High...
From High School to College Graduation, Here's What You Need To Do To Prepare For a Career in Journalism
Why Newspapers Are Still Important
Why are newspapers still important? And what will be lost if they disappear? Quite a lot, as you'll see in the articles featured here.
Reporting On The Courts
Covering The Courts - Journalism - Court Reporting
Want to Learn to Write News Stories? Just...
Journalism, Newswriting Format, Learning the Newswriting Format
Tips for Taking Good Notes
Taking Good Notes - Tips for Reporters on Taking Good Notes
Tips for Producing Great Trend Stories
Trend Stories - Tips for Producing Great Trend Stories
Breaking News
Breaking News - Definition of Breaking News - Journalism Terms
Newswriting: Keep it Short And To The Point
Writing Tight - Newswriting - Writing Tight
Do You Need a Bachelor's Degree to be a...
Do you need a bachelor's degree to be a journalist?
Journalism Jobs & Careers
Different Kinds of Journalism Jobs - Journalism Careers
Mainbars and Sidebars - What's the Difference
Mainbars and Sidebars. Journalism.
Tips for Covering Meetings as News Stories
Covering Meetings - Tips for Covering Meetings as News Stories
How Can Newspapers Remain Profitable in the...
How Can Newspapers Remain Profitable in the Digital Media Age?
When Should Graphic Photos be Published?
Graphic Images, Photojournalism - When Should Graphic Images be Published?
Working At The Associated Press
Journalism Careers Associated Press
What is the Difference Between Public Relations...
What is the difference between public relations and journalism?
Six Tips for Writing About Live Events
Newswriting, Journalism - Tips for Writing Live Events
Write A Killer Cover Letter
Writing Cover Letters - Journalism - Careers - Cover Letters
Five Tips for Producing Great News Features
news feature articles - five tips for producing great news feature articles
Covering the Cops
covering the police beat. Journalism.
In the Newsroom, Writing Fast is as Important...
Newswriting - Writing Fast - How to Write News Stories Quickly
Getting "Good" Quotes For News Stories
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Angle
Angle - The Definition of the Angle
Newswriting: Use Verbs & Adjectives Wisely
Using Verbs & Adjectives Wisely - Newswriting - Using Verbs & Adjectives
Six Tips For Covering Press Conferences
Covering Press Conferences - Newswriting - Press Conferences
How to Avoid Burying the Lede of Your News Story
How to Avoid Burying the Lede of Your News Story
Covering Different Kinds of Live Events
News coverage, journalism, reporting, covering events
Five Things That Are Lost When Newspapers Close
Closing Newspapers - print journalism - newspaper business
Why Don't Young People Read the News?
Author Mark Bauerlein Says Tools of the Digital Age Distract Young People From Reading the News
Coverage of Snowden Revelations and Marathon...
Coverage of Snowden Revelations and Marathon Bombings win Pulitzer Prizes
Avoid the Common Mistakes That Beginning...
Avoid the Common Mistakes That Beginning Reporters Make
Free and Easy-to-Use Video Editing Software...
Video Editing Software - Free and Easy to Use Video Editing Software Programs
Covering Accidents & Disasters
Covering Disasters for news stories
Tired of Sensationalist News Coverage? There...
news coverage, sensationalism, jon stewart, cable news
The Structure of the State Court System
The Structure of the Courts - State and Federal Court System - Court Structure
Writing About Accidents & Disasters
Writing About Disasters, newswriting
Seven Keys to a Successful Blog
Blogging - Seven Keys to a Successful Blog
Tips For Writing Spot Feature Stories
Spot Features - Writing Spot-News Feature Stories
Writing for the Web
Writing for the Web - Ways of Writing News Stories for the Web
Should Journalists Be Objective or Tell the...
'Truth Vigilante' Remark by New York Times Public Editor Sparks Debate
Writing Follow-up Stories
Writing Follow-up Stories. Journalism.
When is it Okay for Journalists to go Undercover?
James O'Keefe, ACORN, NPR and Undercover Journalism - When Should Journalists Go Undercover?
Interviewing: Notebooks vs. Recorders
Interviewing: Notebooks vs. Recorders
'Born Into Brothels' Director Zana Briski...
A Profile of Photographer Zana Briski, Director of Born Into Brothels
Top Five Tips for Journalism Students
Top Five Tips for Journalism Students
Can Bloggers Replace Professional Journalists?
Bloggers - journalists - can bloggers replace journalists
The Basics of Associated Press Style
Associated Press Style - The Basics of AP Style
Developing Ideas For Follow-up Stories
Developing Ideas For Follow-up Stories
Newspapers Aren't Dead - Not Yet
How Long Will Newspapers Survive?
Six Ways Journalists Can Avoid Conflicts of...
Conflicts of Interest - How Journalists Can Avoid Conflicts of Interest
Boston Globe Editor Says Papers Need a Balance...
Boston Globe Editor Says Papers Need a Balance Between Print and Digital
Fasting for 20 Days? Steve Hendricks Did it,...
Steve Hendricks Writes About his 20-day Fast in Harper's Magazine
The Top 10 Sports Cliches To Avoid (At All Costs)
The Top 10 Sports Cliches To Avoid (At All Costs)
The Newswriting Format in a Nutshell
Newswriting,ledes,inverted pyramid - The Newswriting Format in a Nutshell
Five Ideas for Enterprise Stories You Can Do in...
Enterprise Reporting - Five Ideas for Enterprise Stories You Can Do in Your Hometown
Editing Exercise: School Board Meeting
News Story Editing - Editing Exercise - School Board Meeting
Associated Press Style Quiz 1
AP Style Quiz - Associated Press Style Quiz
Avoiding Plagiarism in Journalism
Avoiding Plagiarism in Journalism
Working at Weekly Community Newspapers
Working at Community Weeklies. Journalism.
FOX News, MSNBC and Journalistic Objectivity
FOX News, MSNBC and Objectivity - Objectivity in Cable News
Car Crash
Newswriting Exercise - Car Crash - Newswriting Exercise
Journalists Who Turn to Writing Fiction Can...
Journalists Who Write Novels - Moving From Newswriting to Fiction
Sidebar
Sidebar. Journalism.
Add Drama to Your Feature Stories by Using...
Newswriting, Short Sentences and Paragraphs - Add Drama to Your News Stories by Using Short Sentences and Paragraphs
Find Great Photos for Your Newspaper or Website...
How to Find Great Photos for Your Newspaper or Website - Without Violating Copyright
Create a Great Journalism Resume
Resume - journalism careers - resumes
Interview With Wall St. Journal Editor Has Good...
Wall St. Journal Editor Talks About Covering Missing Malaysian Jet
AP Style Quiz 2
AP Style Quiz - Associated Press Style Quiz
Which Kinds of Journalism Students are the Ones...
Which Kinds of Journalism Students are the Ones Who Succeed?
Editing Exercise: Fire
Copy Editing - Editing Exercise - Fire
Five Feature Stories You Can Do in Your Hometown
Feature Stories - Five Feature Stories You Can Do in Your Hometown
Find The Local Angle
Localizing News Stories - News Reporting - Localizing National News
Five Skills That Will Make You More Marketable
Skills That Will Make You More Marketable in Journalism
Faculty Advisers Increasingly Face the Ax for...
Student Newspaper Censorship - Student Newspaper Advisers Increasingly Face the Ax for Not Censoring High School Newspapers and Yearbooks
Beat
Beat. Journalism.
Tabloid - Definition of a Tabloid
Tabloid - Definition of a Tabloid
Why the 'Objectivity is Outdated' Argument...
Journalism, Objectivity, Objectivity in News Reporting, Fox News, MSNBC
Avoiding Checkbook Journalism
Checkbook Journalism - Avoiding Checkbook Journalism, Paying Sources for Information
Five Ways to Make a Great Impression in a...
Journalism Job Interview - Five Tips for a Successful Journalism Job Interview
Working at Mid-Sized Daily Newspapers
Mid-Sized Daily Newspapers - Working at Daily Papers
I Really Like Jon Stewart, but Here's What...
I Really Like Jon Stewart, but Here's What Bothers me About him
More Reporters Are Creating Their Own Websites
Journalist Websites - How Journalists Are Creating Their Own Websites
Want to Get a Great Journalism Education? Do...
Want to Get a Great Journalism Education? Do the obvious.
Journalists Find That Twitter Can Be An...
Journalists Using Twitter - How Journalists Are Using Twitter
Censorship at Student Newspapers
Censorship at Student Newspapers - Attempts to Censor Student Newspapers
Nut Graph
Nut Graph - Definition of Nut Graph - journalism terms
Six Steps to Creating an Online Article Portfolio
Online Article Portfolio - Create an Online Article or Clip Portfolio
Getting the Facts Right on Breaking News Stories
News Reporting and Newswriting - Getting the Facts Right on Breaking News Stories
Seven Steps To Help You Get a Journalism Job in...
journalism, careers, jobs, resumes, cover letters, clips
Choosing The Right Journalism School
Journalism Schools - Choosing the Right Journalism School
Working Journalist: Eric Redner
Life at an online sports wire service.
Should You Show a Source Your Story Before it...
Dealing With Sources - Should You Show a Source Your Story before it is Published?
Thorough Reporting
Thorough Reporting, journalism, news reporting
So What if CNN Does Nonstop Coverage of the...
So What if CNN Does Nonstop Coverage of the Missing Malaysian Jet?
What is Web Journalism?
Web Journalism - News Websites - Web Journalism

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