News Judgement and Reporting

 As you move out into the journalistic world, you will hear it said of some reporters, producers and editors that they have "good news judgment." But what is that?

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The Origination of Broadcast Journalism

In 1937 Edward R. Murrow sailed with his wife, Janet, to London where he was to take up the post of chief CBS radio correspondent in Europe.

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Privacy versus the Right to Know

One of the basic rights of all Americans is the right to privacy.

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Writing Scripts for Broadcast News

 

We get many questions regarding the creation of news broadcast scripts and the use of teleprompters.

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Mobile video on social media platforms – a broadcast educator’s next bet

As a broadcast/video production educator, you should always be looking for ways to adapt to your student audience’s viewing habits.

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Fieldwork: Working with your Cameraperson (or not!)

Here are some suggestions and observations on how to establish that relationship.

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Using a Prompter

When you go on the air for a thirty- or sixty-minute newscast, you'll have a complete script, but expect it to be revised during the broadcast.

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Scripting the News

When I first heard about scripting news packages, it seemed redundant and time consuming.

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