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Exercises in Media Writing
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Exercises in Media Writing


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Newswriting/reporting

January 2019 | 96 pages | CQ Press

Exercises in Media Writing offers students multiple opportunities to practice their writing skills in-class or as take-home assignments. Each chapter includes review questions and writing-prompt activities to help students master the concepts and skills presented in Vincent F. Filak’s second edition of Dynamics of Media Writing. Additional exercises built around the unique demands of online newswriting will prepare students to meet the demands of a changing media landscape.   

Key Features:

  • Review Questions help students recall and master core chapter concepts
  • Writing Exercises enable students to recall and demonstrate their understanding of various elements found in each chapter in Dynamics of Media Writing, Second Edition.

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Chapter 1. Audience-Centric Media
 
Chapter 2. Being Accurate, Relying on the Facts
 
Chapter 3. Grammar, Style and Language Basics
 
Chapter 4. Basic Writing
 
Chapter 5. Interviewing
 
Chapter 6. Writing on the Web
 
Chapter 7. Social Media
 
Chapter 8. Law and Ethics
 
Chapter 9. Reporting: The Basics and Beyond
 
Chapter 10. Writing for Traditional Print News Products
 
Chapter 11. Writing for Broadcast
 
Chapter 12. Public Relations
 
Chapter 13. Advertising
 
Chapter 14. Marketing
 
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