WHILE WE'RE AT IT
- So you want to write a newsletter articleâ€¦. Utsler, Max // SportsTurf;Dec2010, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p24
The article discusses how to go about writing a newsletters. It cites the criteria journalists use in determining the newsworthiness of an ideas such as its timeliness, proximity and audience. It indicates the key elements of what makes an idea newsworthy including unusualness, prominence and...
- Straight To The Point. Roger, Warwick // North & South;Oct2004, Issue 223, p97
Offers pieces of advice on journalism in New Zealand. Problems faced by journalists with regard to the coverage of social events; Criticism on the authenticity of stories featured in political newsletters; Views on the "Molesworth & Featherston" newsletter.
- INTRODUCTION. // Ardell Wellness Report;Winter2005, Issue 69, p1
Provides information on the 69th edition of the newsletter "Ardell Wellness Report." Date when the first edition was produced; Lesson learned about the newsletter.
- Sure, "local sells" remains the mantra, but what's local anymore? Firby, Doug // Masthead;Summer2006, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p4
The article presents a Canadian editor's perspective on local news. The editor emphasizes that newspapers must have the ability to redefine what local news means. He mentions that editorial writers sometimes underestimate the curiosity of readers. He also offers information on the editorial...
- POYNTER SEEKS CUTTING REMARKS. Moses, Lucia // Editor & Publisher;04/30/2001, Vol. 134 Issue 18, p45
Focuses on the efforts of the Poynter Institute to gather comments from journalists on the effect of financial pressure on news coverage. Objectives of the effort; Comments from Poynter Institute president Jim Naughton on the issue; Involvement of the Committee of Concerned Journalists.
- Morning daily's losing streak is bad for all of us. Benner, Bill // Indianapolis Business Journal;6/27/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 17, p39A
The article offers the author's insights on being a journalist and the changes in the print journalism and newspaper business.
- THE AGNEW ANALYSIS: FALSE, PREMISES, WRONG CONCLUSIONS. // Columbia Journalism Review;Winter1969/1970, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p20
The article presents several views about journalism in the U.S. "Well, we have all our prejudices, we all have our biases, we have a structural problem in writing a news story or presenting it on television as to time and length, position in the paper, position on the news broadcasts and these...
- NY tab-war payoff story! Hoyt, Michael // Columbia Journalism Review;Jan/Feb89, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p34
Points out that because of the wars between the newspapers tabloids in New York, New York, the level of tabloid journalism has been steadily rising. Escalating battle of the columnists; Observation that the columnists' writing became strong, providing the readers with bearings in the...
- A voice for the community: local newspaper as local campaigner. Bowd, Kathryn // Australian Journalism Review;Dec2007, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p77
The dominant Western paradigm of journalism suggests news media should cover events and issues in a way that is balanced and objective -- upholding the idea of the journalist as impartial observer and the news media as unbiased providers of information. This perspective on news reflects the...