Viewpoint: Tomorrow's Success
- EmquestÃ£o. // Chasqui (13901079);jun2008, Issue 102, p81
The article "Para ler de perto o jornalismo: uma abordagem por meio de dispositivos da anÃ¡lise do discurso," by Reges Toni Schwaab, published in issue 1, 2007 of "EmquestÃ¤o," is discussed.
- Keeping Posted. // Saturday Evening Post;2/7/1959, Vol. 231 Issue 32, p112
Provides information about the journal "The Saturday Evening Post." Editorial board; Requirements for contributors; Recreational interests of the editors.
- Writing for Indianapolis Monthly. Smith, Brian D. // Writer (Kalmbach Publishing Co.);Nov94, Vol. 107 Issue 11, p28
Discusses writing for the `Indianapolis Monthly'. Stories featured; Financial performance; Opportunities for writers; Regional link; Categories; Suggestions.
- Stripping out expectations of news writing. HALLMAN JR., TOM // Quill;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 101 Issue 6, p10
The article discusses the idea of news writing in addition to the use of voice that matters in the stories. It mentions the scenic structure, theme and character which are the critical elements in a powerful narrative. It states that writers have the opportunity to experiment on the Internet as...
- Newspaper Reporting of Crime and Justice: Analysis of an Assumed Difference. Meyer Jr., John C. // Journalism Quarterly;Winter75, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p731
Assesses newspaper reporting of crime and justice. Changes in the newspaper industry; Measurement of information in the newspaper; Style of crime reporting; Creation of a picture of society's moral order.
- THE COAST RECEDES. Liebling, A. J. // New Yorker;5/21/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 14, p124
The article focuses on the importance of precedence for news reporters and presents a story presented by different journals in the U.S. The author discusses the story presentation regarding the issue that a U.S. plane crashed in Soviet Union. Moreover, he talks about the story presented by...
- The Velvet Rope. Paskin, Janet // Columbia Journalism Review;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p11
The article discusses the difference between online and print journalism, focusing on assumptions about quality reporting associated with each format and the importance of authors seeing their name in print. The author comments on reporter Jeff Jarvis' assumption that online journalism is...
- What's your angle? Keep your article focused on one aspect of your topic and it will be easier to write and read. Campbell, Polly // Writer (Kalmbach Publishing Co.);Jan2006, Vol. 119 Issue 1, p38
This article offers tips for writers on determining the focus of an article. Knowing the magazine and its audience can help writers to find the article's focus. It is beneficial to ask the editor what she would like to see in the article. Looking for patterns in a research can also help writers...
- Leon in AutoWeek. // AutoWeek;3/25/2002, Vol. 52 Issue 13, p17
Presents several articles written by Leon Mandel published in 'Autoweek.' Views of the Mandel on the popularity of Jaguar C-Type NO. 017; Recollection of Mandel of family trips; Attitude of Mandel towards leukemia.