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BBC Journalism Skills: Principles of good writing for news
Make sure you have something to say, choose your language carefully, and write clearly and simply. Allan Little is a BBC special correspondent and presenter. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/thebbcacademy Explore more on journalism on our website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/academy/journalism Twitter: https://twitter.com/BBCJournalism Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bbcacademy
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Journalism 101: How to write a lead
Journalism Professor Mark Grabowski explains how to write good leads for your stories. This 30-minute lesson covers summary leads, delayed identification leads and creative leads. For more journalism help or to find a journalism job, visit http://CubReporters.org CubReporters.org narrator: Mark Grabowski
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Creating a News Report
This video is about Creating a News Report
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7 Photojournalism Tips by Reuters Photographer Damir Sagolj
Thomson Reuters Foundation. What are the key tips to shooting great news photography? This video by award-winning Reuters photographer Damir Sagolj, compiled by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, share his seven ideas on how to shoot news photos that engage audiences and tell a great story. More on www.trust.org Creative director: Claudine Boeglin Producer: Amelia Wong Designer: by Ye Li
Inverted Pyramid Tutorial
This video describes the history and concept of the common inverted pyramid style of writing for journalists, writers, and authors.
Views: 29205 Mark Sampson
How to Write a News Story
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Journalistic Writing
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The Basics of Feature Writing (Journalism Lecture)
This journalism lecture focuses on the basics of feature writing. EXAMPLE ARTICLES CITED IN PRESENTATION: Billboard: "War on Piracy Continues In China" - http://books.google.com/books?id=xQcEAAAAMBAJ&printsec=frontcover&lr=#v=onepage&q&f=false Billboard: "Gump Soundtrack Does Double Duty" - https://books.google.com/books?id=UggEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA113#v=onepage&q&f=false EXAMPLES OF STRONG FEATURE ARTICLES: PERSONALITY PROFILES Oxford American "Fog Count" - http://www.oxfordamerican.org/magazine/item/466-fog-count Vanity Fair magazine "Leveraging the Stars" - http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2000/04/dana-giacchetto-hollywood-money-manager Time magazine “In Search of the Real Bill Gates” - http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1120657,00.html The Washington Post "What Makes Andy Dick Tick?" - http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/10/06/AR2006100600242.html HUMAN INTEREST STORIES CBS News “Crash Survivor Relives Escape” - http://www.cbsnews.com/news/crash-survivor-relives-escape/ BBC News “The Hitmen Who Stalk Russia” - http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/4801971.stm TREND STORIES News.com “Video Site Buying Spree in the Offing?” - http://news.cnet.com/Video-site-buying-spree-in-the-offing/2100-1030_3-6124137.html ANALYSIS The Washington Post “Hastert Learned from Wrestling” - http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/10/06/AR2006100601059.html The New York Times "In City's World of Real Estate, Outsiders Get Cold Shoulder" - http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/03/nyregion/03starrett.html
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AP Style: Common Rules for Content Writers
Textbroker is a custom content creation service that creates everything from blog posts to press releases to eBooks. We use Associated Press style as our default style sheet, but because we're writing for the web, not every detail applies. Check out this video for the most common AP clarifications at Textbroker. This video is great to study for Textbroker's Proofreading exam, but just keep in mind that this video doesn't cover all aspects of the AP Guide -- just the common ones that come up frequently. If you're looking to improve your earnings while working from home at Textbroker, check out our other videos that cover the fundamentals. Not sure what we mean by AP Style? Check out a quick overview here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7f9vSFKGUnc
Inverted Pyramid
What is the Inverted Pyramid? This video includes:- • A definition of the Inverted Pyramid • The benefits of this style of writing • An introduction to how to write in this way Please leave your feedback on this video in the comments below. I’d love to hear if you find it useful. To learn more about how to write in the Inverted Pyramid style, see:- • https://webwisewording.com/inverted-pyramid/ for a brief overview • https://learn.webwisewording.com/courses/how-to-write-in-the-inverted-pyramid/ for a free online tutorial If you take the free online tutorial, please leave your feedback and suggestions via my contact page https://learn.webwisewording.com/contact/.
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Journalism 101: Quoting Sources
Journalism 101: Learn how to handle quotes in news stories. This 30-minute video by journalism professor Mark Grabowski explains how to select quotes, punctuate them and attribute them. Practice exercises are provided at the end. For more videos on journalism instruction, visit http://CubReporters.org
Views: 3323 Mark Grabowski
How to Write News Articles : How to Write a News Lead: Part 1
Part 1 - Learn how to write a news lead in this free journalism training video. Expert: Peggy Charlton Bio: Peggy Charlton has taught high school drama and theater classes for over 20 years. She has directed award-winning one act plays and has hosted workshops at Palacios High School. Filmmaker: kyle saylors
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Not Guided by Policy: Hunter S. Thompson and the Birth of Gonzo Journalism
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Journalistic Writing
Some brief revision about newspapers and some hints about reaching Level 7.
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Journalistic Writing: How to write the Lead
Many journalists have been there: The first sentence or paragraph is often the most difficult. You never get a second chance to make a first impression. In psychology, this is also known as the primacy effect: The first information stays with you. Thus, the lead is essential for journalists. The following tips will help you to write excellent leads.
How to Write News Articles : The Inverted Pyramid News Article Style
Learn how to write a news article in inverted pyramid style in this free journalism training course on video. Expert: Peggy Charlton Bio: Peggy Charlton has taught high school drama and theater classes for over 20 years. She has directed award-winning one act plays and has hosted workshops at Palacios High School. Filmmaker: kyle saylors
Views: 14647 expertvillage
Journalistic Science Writing
In this video, Grammar Squirrel considers the differences between scholarly and journalistic science writing. Focusing on the latter, she seeks expert advice from a journalist and a communications coordinator in how to shape a journalistic science article and incorporate snappy quotes and paraphrased material to make it as engaging as possible. ******** For more information and resources, check out: Additional science writing resources: http://scwrl.ubc.ca/student-resources/ ScWRL website: http://scwrl.ubc.ca/ Follow us on Twitter @scwrl_ubc for hundreds of useful science writing tips.
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Writing Style -II - Journalistic Writing - Elementary English (Lecture 19)
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P17 P18 Writing and Revising for Journalistic Style Lecture
This project was created with Explain Everything™ Interactive Whiteboard for iPad.
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Journalism Writing: Attribution 101
This video offers a crash course in attribution that hits on key points all journalistic writers should know and employ in their media writing; namely, print/online journalism.
Views: 7095 Lisa Rollins
Feature writing: writing with style
Tips on writing features, looking at sentence length, crutch phrases, intensifiers, concrete language and more
Views: 8261 Andrew Noakes
Beat the Press: New Style, AP's Guide to Grammar
2016 AP Stylebook Changes: The Associated Press came out with its updated stylebook this week - long considered the gold standard of both print and broadcast journalism. The stylebook has morphed with the times, this year being no exception.
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Crafting the Journalistic Lead
This tutorial video will show you how to create a journalistic lead utilizing who, what, when, where, why and how.
Views: 6415 Mr. B-G's Tech Videos
Journalism Meaning
Video shows what journalism means. The activity or profession of being a journalist.. The aggregating, writing, editing, and presenting of news or news articles for widespread distribution, typically in electronic publications and broadcast news media, for the purpose of informing the audience.. The style of writing characteristic of material in periodical print publications and broadcast news media, consisting of direct presentation of facts or events with an attempt to minimize analysis or interpretation.. Journalism Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say journalism. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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A Guide on How to Write an Editorial
Editorial writing is never an easy task, even for the experienced hand. Though it is generally written by the senior editorial staff, one doesn't necessarily have to be an aspiring journalist to write one. This video will explain to you, the nuances of this art, and clear all the doubts related to the same. It'll tell you what an editorial is, its purpose, how to write a good editorial, what to include, what to avoid, things to consider before writing one, and more. It'll be of great help for students, bloggers, and freelancers. For details, see: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/how-to-write-an-editorial.html
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Journalistic Writing: Using the Inverted Pyramid
Journalists need a guideline for their writings. The following shows the advantages and disadvantages of a very common method, the inverted pyramid.
Using a Pages Template to Create a Journalistic Style Document
Objective: Create a clearly laid out newspaper in a print and electronic version. After downloading the Pages template file rename the file. Save iterations as you are working on it. Save the final pages file and also export a pdf version choosing best quality. Copy in your photos and text. Simple.
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Journalism Writing: News Values 101
This tutorial provides the basics related to the seven news values, also called news elements, as well as how to distinguish news from information.
Views: 8480 Lisa Rollins
Never mind journalistic honesty or integrity, just a palliwood-style journalism, by Ruben Salvadori
He who pays the fiddler, calls the tune Watch the remarkable work of a young Italian photographer named Ruben Salvadori. Ruben's project "Photojournalism Behind the Scenes won Milan's prestigious Photodreaming Contest organized by the Forma Foundation. Links: http://www.planetnext.net/2011/09/media-photo-journalism-behind-the-scenes/ http://www.rubensalvadori.com
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Writing Style - Journalistic Writing - Elementary English (Lecture 18)
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BBC Journalism Skills: Interviewing techniques
"An engaging interview is essentially a good conversation. It's as simple as that," says Peter Allen who co-presents Drive on BBC Radio 5 Live. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/thebbcacademy Explore more on journalism on our website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/academy/journalism Twitter: https://twitter.com/BBCJournalism Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bbcacademy
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Careers in Journalism : What Is Gonzo Journalism?
Gonzo journalism refers to the style of journalism epitomized by the work of Hunter S. Thompson, and this style of journalism claims that objectivity gets in the way of telling the real story. Find out how Gonzo journalists insert themselves into the story with help from a journalism professor in this free video on careers in journalism. Expert: Ken Blake Contact: mtsusurveygroup.org/mtpoll/ Bio: Ken Blake, Ph.D., is a Middle Tennessee State University journalism professor. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge
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Academic v. journalistic writing
Journalism lecture on academic v. journalistic writing. Part of a Journalism 101 lecture from Jamie Lynn Gilbert's JOU 217 Feature/Editorial Writing class at Durham Technical Community College.
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How to write the perfect newspaper article
Whether you're revising for exams, or just looking for a quick revision guide, this useful video will help you achieve the perfect mark newspaper article. Thanks for watching! Please subscribe and then keep revising: register for HUNDREDS of FREE videos covering English, Maths and Science for GCSE and A-Level revision at http://tuitionkit.com
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How to Use Description to Enhance Journalism Writing
How and when to use details and description to enhance your journalism stories.
Views: 9062 Mark Grabowski
Shavonne + Ed Wedding Highlight Video 2018 (Journalistic Style)
This is a wedding highlight video I recently finished for a client. For booking info email [email protected] or visit http://www.davidscottfilms.tv
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Journalistic Writing: How to write the headline
The story is what really counts. Really? According to many journalists, headlines are “almost” an unnecessary burden. Fast and under deadline pressure, headlines get less attention than they deserve. However, headlines are the very first thing that catches every reader’s eye. Thus, it deserves a lot more consideration and awareness, as will be shown in the following.
Journalistic Writing - Elementary English (Lecture 01)
Journalistic Writing Elementry English Writing Skills Journalistic Communication Good and bad writing Different Styles of Writing What is Editorial How to write meaningful Editorials Featured writing Column writing What are headlines
Topic 3: Clip 2:  A Different Style of Journalism
Topic 3: Clip 3: A Different Style of Journalism. Deleted Scene from Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle for educational use to further discussions and learning based on topics/issues raised in the film
Quang Hieu & An Trinh's Journalistic Style Wedding Video   SweetWeddingFilms
Quang Hieu & An Trinh's Journalistic Style Wedding Video SweetWeddingFilms
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Katie Couric on how to conduct a good interview
Katie Couric chats with producer Tony Maciulis about what makes a good interview. This video is part of the YouTube Reporters' Center. To see more videos on how to report the news, or to post some ideas of your own, visit http://youtube.com/reporterscenter
Views: 467993 Katie Couric
Reality Check featuring Ariel Helwani, ESPN MMA Journalist, and Eric Jackman, ESPN MMA Show Producer
Dr. Nicholas Hirshon, assistant professor of communication at William Paterson University, interviews Ariel Helwani, ESPN MMA insider and host of "Ariel Helwani's MMA Show," and Eric Jackman, producer of "Ariel Helwani's MMA Show" and social media strategist, as part of the "Hobart Reality Check" guest speaker series sponsored by the William Paterson University chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Discussion topics: 3:04 – The ways in which college prepared Ariel and Eric for their professional careers 8:08 – Background on mixed martial arts (MMA) 9:40 – Their interest in being involved with MMA in a professional capacity 17:44 – How Ariel and Eric met 25:30 – How Ariel handles criticism of his journalistic style 32:50 – How Ariel coped with being banned from all UFC events 42:24 – Developing a broadcast persona 47:22 – Ariel and Eric’s tight-knit relationship 49:56 – Eric’s prediction about UFC 236 and why Ariel doesn’t make predictions 1:21:43 – Advice for young journalists Audience Q&A: 53:26 – How do you manage your nerves during live broadcasts before and after fights? 55:05 – How do you retain your love for the subject you’re covering? 56:57 – How do you stay professional when covering someone you admire? 1:01:12 – What is it like working alongside such an “expressive” personality as Chael Sonnen? 1:02:49 – Who is someone you’d like to interview but haven’t had a chance to do so? 1:05:27 – As a past host of the MMA hour, what can you share about that experience from behind the scenes? 1:09:06 – What has been your best and worst moment at ESPN? 1:16:00 – How did your New Year’s Eve special come about? 1:16:36 – How do you get over your crippled relationship with Dana White? 1:18:18 – What has been your favorite MMA event or interview you’ve conducted?
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Science journalism/writing as a career option - Subhra Priyadarshini
Subhra Priyadarshini from Nature India at the afternoon session of "At the crossroads", the first edition of a career day at the National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS).
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Katie's advice for aspiring journalists
Katie Couric gives her personal advice to anyone looking to enter the world of journalism.
Views: 10767 CBS News
Journalism and Creative Writing at Winchester University
Alex Clark editor of the highly influential Granta literary magazine speaking at Winchester University on March 4th 2009. She gives her tips on how to improve feature writing style and discusses the work 'long form' journalism legend Ryzard Kapuscinski who had much of his work published in Granta. Alex's guest lecture attracted a good crowd interested both in journalism and top class magazine feature writing, as well as creative writing. It was a masterclass in contemporary story telling.
Views: 1883 Journalism Now