Broadcasting journalism is emerging as a very demandable area of study. In the present time prime news channels are getting popular day- by-day. No doubt the days belong to information and broadcasting. This is a book to get informed and make you know what happens inside themes room and on the news desk. This book also teachers you how to write a news and a report. This exciting text presents all the key practical skill required by today-s print and broadcast journalist. Highly illustrated with examples from modern-day newsrooms, the author explains in detail the key techniques and theoretical context the journalist will need to know to succeed.
The book discusses all basic concepts in a simple way through extensive examples. The presentation of news and its complex concepts are analysed from all practical point of view.\", David Winterson
is research fellow at the Kettering Foundation. He began his journalism career on a local newspaper and spent more years than he cares to admit freelancing mostly as a layout/sub-editor on business and professional publications. Later About the Author
he joined a renowned magazine for his research in news reporting and writing." Table of Contents
- Local, Network TV Annexure News Shows
- Profiling TV Advisory Ratings
- Preaching to the Choir
- Types of Reporters
- Challenges and Chances
- Social Work through Television Production
- Community Television and the Vision of Media Literacy
- Televised Campaign
- Reducing the Aggression-Promoting Effect
- Media Ethnography in Virtual Space
- Usage of Various Electronic Media
- Electronic Media of the 21st Century.