Advanced Newsgathering

Advanced Newsgathering

by Bryce T. Mcintyre
Advanced Newsgathering

Advanced Newsgathering

by Bryce T. Mcintyre

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Overview

Written primarily as a text for the serious student of jourbanalism, the professional jourbanalist will profit as well from this invaluable back-to-basics, nuts-and-bolts approach to news collection and reporting. Bryce T. McIntyre uses his extensive experience as both a professor of jourbanalism and a working jourbanalist for newspapers around the country to present practical information on gathering and writing the news. Advanced Newsgathering challenges the jourbanalism student with solid, fundamental newswriting techniques and crucial information about the world outside that student's immediate environment; the various structures of governmental agencies, ethical questions, and jourbanalism and the law.

The book begins by introducing the novitiate to the world of the jourbanalist and establishing a background for understanding advanced reporting. McIntyre follows this with a concise but comprehensive treatment of newswriting, including at least one appropriate story structure for every occasion. Following chapters deal with state and local governments as well as political, legal, business, science, and health writing. The book finishes with a valuable chapter on the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act and how to obtain information under it.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780275935214
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
Publication date: 03/06/1991
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

Bryce T. McIntyre taught jourbanalism at California State University, Northridge, Stanford University, and the University of Wisconsin. He worked at many newspapers around the country, including the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Francisco Examiner, and The Arizona Republic. He received his PhD from Stanford, and co-authored Writing Opinion: Editorials.

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
Newswriting
Working with Sources
State Government
Local Government
Legislative Bodies
Politics and Elections
Education
Police Agencies
Courts and the Legal System
Military Installations
Health and Environmental Agencies
Business, the Economy and Labor
Precision Jourbanalism
Social Indicators
Science Reporting
Investigative Reporting
Access and Protections
Selected Bibliography
Index

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