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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FIRST DUTY : KNOW THE LANGUAGE The first duty of any editor is to be a master of the language . No matter what position in the news organization the editor holds , he or she has to read copy at some point and has to evaluate it from its ...
An editor must develop high standards of reporting and writing and then expect writers to live up to them . And , finally , an editor should reject copy that does not meet those standards . II . THOU SHALT NOT TOLERATE POOR LANGUAGE .
Offensive Language Different publications maintain different policies on printing offensive language . Not too many years ago , “ hell ” and “ damn ” were regularly expunged from a story . Today much stronger language finds its way into ...