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A person who presents the news from a television studio
Assignment editors/assignment managers
These people develop ideas, contact sources, answer viewer phone calls/email and assign reporters and photographers to stories. (The desK)
A person on a newspaper or magazine who corrects or edits copy written by a reporter, writes headlines and places the story on a page. The copy editor ensures the text flows makes sense, and its fair and accurate. Ensures there are no legal problems
A person who checks to detect errors such as spelling mistakes and improper punctuation before the final printing of a publication (proofreader)
A regular contributor to a newspaper or broadcast, but who is not an employee. Another terms is stringer. Often paid by the story or number of words written
They decide what to put in print, the web or on air. They are reporters editors, producers, news managers, assignment editors and more, anyone with the authority to make a decision about news coverage)
Managing editor (ME)
The senior editor involved in the day to day production of a newspaper or magazine. Usually with overall responsibility for the gathers, writing, and editing of stories. Larger publications may also have an assistant managing editor or AME
The senior managers in the newsroom. The assistant news director is often called AND
These employees shoot still videos or photos. They sometimes accompany reporters on stories and sometimes work alone.
The person who arranges the coverage of future events or features, not for the same day.
The manager of a show. The producer decides what content will go into the show and in what order. Some tv stations also have assistant producers, whose primary job is to write content and executive producers who manage and oversee the producers
Video Journalist (VJ)
A reporter who also does his or her own video recording in the field. Also called multi-media journalism (MMJ).
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