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020 _a9781412919142
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035 _a(OCoLC)444667504
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_b.M36 2006
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_bMCN 2006
100 1 _aMcKane, Anna.
_915295
245 1 0 _aNews writing /
_cAnna McKane.
260 _aLondon ;
_aThousand Oaks, CA :
_bSAGE Publications,
_cc2006.
300 _ax, 196 p. ;
_c25 cm.
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 _tTOC
_aContents: What Makes News Gathering the News The Intro Structure Part 1 The inverted pyramid Structure Part 2 The news story as answers Structure Part 3 Avoiding narrative Other new writing models or intros Accuracy The Language of News 1 Choosing the right words The Language of News 2 Sentence structure, brevity and clarity The Language of News 3 Grammar and punctuation Subbing and presentation: The view from the bridge Christopher McKane, executive editor at The Times Other models used on news pages
520 _aSummary: The ability to write a good news story is the starting point for a young journalist's career, and is the central test likely to be given to young people on work experience or doing trial shifts. This Read more...
526 _aEnglish
590 _aSaifun Momota
650 0 _aJournalism
_xAuthorship.
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856 4 2 _3WorldCat details
_u https://www.worldcat.org/title/news-writing/oclc/444667504?referer=di&ht=edition
856 4 2 _3E-Book Fulltext
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