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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Instead , they should always be willing to question their source and check what they have against other information ... SOURCES AND PROCEDURES Sources of information are the sine qua non ( " without this , nothing ” ) for journalists .
Email is another part of modern technology that can help a reporter develop personal sources of information . ... telephone interviews , because they give the reporters clues about nonverbal reactions a source may have to a question .
BEYOND TRADITIONAL SOURCES Sources of information are vital to journalism , as we discussed earlier in this chapter . Part of the culture of journalism is the desire to give readers and viewers the best information available .