10 edition of Interviewing for journalists found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -173) and index.
|Statement||Sally Adams, with an introduction and additional material by Wynford Hicks.|
|Contributions||Hicks, Wynford, 1942-|
|LC Classifications||PN4784.I6 A33 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||185 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||185|
|ISBN 10||0415229138, 0415229146|
|LC Control Number||00068416|
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Writers and journalists need to be able to frequently navigate interviews, so spending some time on these skills is sure to pay off repeatedly during your career. With great interview skills, you’ll be able to get a full-time job that allows you to further your education, land that career-changing opportunity, or confidently interview. Journalism is now the second draft of history By James Harkin. In the age of the relentless media fact-check, reading the news often feels like hearing a punch-line deflated before you catch the body of the joke. Free-floating fact-checking initiatives have lately become big (non-profit) business. In an industry—the written media—whose.
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Book Description. Interviewing for Journalists focuses on the central journalistic skill of how to ask the right questions in the right way.
It is a practical and concise guide for all print and online journalists – professionals, students and trainees – who write news stories and features for newspapers, magazines and online publications.
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