Web Journalism: Practice and Promise of a New Medium
Allyn and Bacon, 2004 - 239 頁
Journalism on the Web explores the current practices and future possibilities of Web journalism and examines the characteristics of the Web that distinguish it from traditional media. The author guides students through discussion of the traditional practices of journalism, such as reporting, editing, photojournalism, and design, while showing how the distinguishing features of the Web -- capacity, immediacy, flexibility, permanency, and interactivity - offer new storytelling possibilities. The traditional principles of journalism, particularly journalistic writing that emphasizes accuracy, clarity, precision and efficiency, are emphasized throughout the text.
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words and images may be a fool's errand . The picture is fundamentally separate ... Philosophers , practitioners , and consumers have wondered at the power of the still image , particularly since the advent of photography in the 1830s .
Because it can accept more text than print can , the Web may now require more text in addition to the pictures the photographer wants to present . Photographers may also want to integrate nonphotographic images , such as maps and other ...
It is the image that is most likely to be repeated throughout the site . ... Most navbars at the top of a page are image - based ; that is , they are a set of images that designers have created because they like the look that they ...