Journalism - Mid-Year
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story written to persuade
subject or organization a reporter is assigned to cover
material written for publication
time when stories must be submitted for publication
people with a special interest in a story
story written to appeal to emotions
model of how a story should be written with most important facts at the top and the lead important at the end.
human interest story
written to appeal to emotions
invasion of privacy
getting information by trespassing, recording without permission
tells the beginning of an article in chronological manner
uses main facts - used in straight news stories
news that is geographically close to home
first one or two paragraphs of a story used to introduce and get the audiences attention
elements of news
timely, significant and interesting
news that people feel is important to them
writes opinion articles
starts a story with a suggestion to persuade
right of author or photographer to control their work and who uses it
illegally or unethically using ideas, images, and/or content without the author's permission
account of recent events that is important and interesting
story idea, researching subject, collect info by asking questions, putting information in order, writing article, and revising article prior to publication.
title of article
line of text describing photograph
making false or defamatory statements in a publication
open ended questions
questions that ask for an explanation or start a discussion
closed ended questions
questions that can be answered by a yes no response
name, title, organization, location of an interview subject used to identify who said what in an interview.
Five W's an H and SW
who, what, when, where, why, how and so what
proper names, phone numbers, address, information about events, math, photos, captions, graphics and verification.
audience, relevance, time, drama, people and place.
New Republic reporter who made up a story about a 15 year old computer hacker.
started CNN, the first 24/7 news station
intentionally falsifying information in an article
sensation, distorted story designed to sell but not inform
regular opinion article usually about a special topic such as a sport, politics or business