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This book seeks to teach readers on journalism and the basic news writing skills and focuses on the key commandments in journalism.
The book would educate readers and practising journalist as well as college and university students studying journalism and media on key newsroom hints and tips for a good news story.
The book also distinguishes between “public relations” and “journalism” concepts that are confusing to most students.
The writer also elaborated on the newsroom hierarchy.
The book discusses the styles on news types as well as news lead use by reporters.
Detailed account on what is a “feature story”, the lead and End of a feature article are also discussed with clearly cited examples.
The writer fore-fronted issues on media ethics and twitting as pellucid as a manner as it demands, from a philosophical perspective.
The salient of rural reporting and foundation of Afro-centric theories in journalism are also looked at.
The importance on handling language in journalism and keeping sentences short and to the point are also dealt with in the text.
Data collection methods such as interviews are discussed with clearly cited examples.
Caven Masuku is a lecturer in Media and Society Studies at Midlands State University.
He is currently studying for his Doctoral Studies at University of Johannesburg in strategic Communication, A holder of MSC and Post Graduate Diploma in Media and Society Studies, Post Gratuate Diploma in Tertiary Education, BA English and Communication Studies.
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