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SubtitleAn Introduction to Journalism
Published7th September 2016
PublisherOxford University Press ANZ
University course codes
Curtin University:JOUR1000 - Journalism Introduction To Print
Curtin University:JOUR2003 - News Writing And Reporting
Edith Cowan University (ECU):JOU2111 - Intro to Journalism
Griffith University:1508LHS - Introduction to Journalism
University of Adelaide:ATS1090 - Practice Of Journalism
University of New England (UNE):COMM332 - News and Current Affairs
University of New England (UNE):COMM532 - News and Current Affairs
University of New South Wales (UNSW):MDIA1004 - News Reporting
University of Notre Dame:CO142 - Introduction to Journalism
University of Notre Dame:CO201 - Production Creative Advertising
University of South Australia:COMM1064 - News Reporting
University of Southern Queensland (USQ):ATS1090 - Practice Of Journalism
University of Southern Queensland (USQ):JRN2000 - News Reporting
University of the Sunshine Coast:CMN130 - Introduction To Journalism
An Introduction to Journalism
News reporting and dissemination is no longer a once-a-day occurrence but an instant connection to the audience.News As It Happens reflects this change, offering practical guidelines for working as a journalist in an age of rapidly evolving media technologies. It provides students with a strong foundation that can be used across the breadth of their studies and helps them aquire specific skills required in working across all media platforms. The third edition has been thoroughly updated with contemporary examples and latest data, and is rich with activities and tips to help new journalists adapt and thrive.Key Features‘News practice points’ at the end of each chapter encourage readers to reflect on issues and develop their practical journalistic skills‘Practitioner profiles’ from some of our most respected journalists, including Leigh Sales, Virginia Trioli and Nick McKenzie, offer perspectives on today’s journalismMargin notes, a glossary of journalism and online terms, and recommended reading suggestions are included to support and further learningNew to this EditionNew chapter on ‘Dealing with Spin and Difficult Situations’Updated content, data and examples throughout, including topical discussion of wellness blogger Belle Gibson, the 2015 Nepal earthquake and metadata retention lawsAdditional practitioner profiles including Emma Field (The Weekly Times), Amelia Brace (Channel 7), Mark Willacy (ABC) and Amy Remeikis (Fairfax Digital)