This course introduces basic journalism skills employed in the dynamic world of news. It examines different types of journalism and the different professional roles journalists occupy. There is an explanation of news, news sense and news values – you will consider what makes news, and why. You will also learn about the way news reports are prepared for radio, television, print and the web. You will be introduced to the art of interviewing, consider the importance of professional ethics, and start learning how to write in journalistic style. The importance of spelling, grammar, punctuation and house style will be reinforced.
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