One week into college, my journalism professor gave a lecture on what journalists need to know—except he didn’t really explain anything.
While conducting an interview:
A newsroom is an exciting place. Everything from the anchor desk to board operations can be intriguing, and sometimes intimidating.
Regardless of the news subject, news value or format and technology that delivers the information, someone must gather the facts and organize them to tell the story.
Telling the truth is our job as reporters, but it’s much more complicated than it might seem.