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  • Author(s) Eric K. Gormly
  • Edition2
  • Published1st May 2005
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780813812991
The single universal bit of advice that working journalists give
students is "learn to write well". Solid writing is the key to any
successful and solid broadcast news operation. In Writing and
Producing Television News, Second Edition
author Eric Gormly
uses contemporary news events as an engaging backdrop to teach
students the fundamentals of writing news for television and cable.


Author Gormly draws on his extensive background as a television
journalist to explain how real newsrooms work. The text reviews
basic grammar, introduces students to industry-specific terminology
and the particular rules for TV newswriting, appraises the basics
of a television news story, and reveals how television writing
differs from writing for other media. The core of the book develops
various story formats, and gives step-by-step instruction on how to
transform basic information into properly scripted, solid
stories.


Included in this edition are the latest in script formatting; an
in-depth look at new writing styles; interviews with and
observations of working journalists from major television markets;
an expanded chapter detailing the process of producing a television
newscast; and up-to-date information about applying for jobs and
internships in today's television marketplace.


Newly expanded, packed with student exercises for hands-on
learning, and fully illustrated with photos, line drawings, and
charts, Writing and Producing Television News, Second
Edition
prepares students to perform from the moment they hit
the newsroom.

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  • Author(s) Eric K. Gormly
  • Edition2
  • Published1st May 2005
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780813812991
The single universal bit of advice that working journalists give
students is "learn to write well". Solid writing is the key to any
successful and solid broadcast news operation. In Writing and
Producing Television News, Second Edition
author Eric Gormly
uses contemporary news events as an engaging backdrop to teach
students the fundamentals of writing news for television and cable.


Author Gormly draws on his extensive background as a television
journalist to explain how real newsrooms work. The text reviews
basic grammar, introduces students to industry-specific terminology
and the particular rules for TV newswriting, appraises the basics
of a television news story, and reveals how television writing
differs from writing for other media. The core of the book develops
various story formats, and gives step-by-step instruction on how to
transform basic information into properly scripted, solid
stories.


Included in this edition are the latest in script formatting; an
in-depth look at new writing styles; interviews with and
observations of working journalists from major television markets;
an expanded chapter detailing the process of producing a television
newscast; and up-to-date information about applying for jobs and
internships in today's television marketplace.


Newly expanded, packed with student exercises for hands-on
learning, and fully illustrated with photos, line drawings, and
charts, Writing and Producing Television News, Second
Edition
prepares students to perform from the moment they hit
the newsroom.

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