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1. Journalistic Reporting & Editing

1. Journalistic Reporting & Editing

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JOURNALISTIC REPORTING&EDITING
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Contents
UNIT 1- JOURNALISTIC WRITING
3-23Unit Objectives, Introduction, Forms of Journalistic Writing1.2.1 News Writing 1.2.2 Editorial Writing 1.2.3 Feature Writing 1.2.4 Article WritingSummary,Exercises and Questions, Further Reading.
UNIT 2- REPORTING
24-67Unit Objectives, Introduction, Some Tips & Meaning of Reporting, Types of Reporting, CrimeReporting 2.3.2 Court Reporting 2.3.3 Health Reporting 2.3.4 Civic Reporting, PoliticalReporting 2.3.6 Business Reporting 2.3.7 Science & Technology 2.3.8 Sport Reporting 2.3.9Culture Reporting 2.3.10 Civil Administration Reporting 2.3.11 Education Reporting 2.3.12Development ReportingObjectivity, Report Writing for all Media, Radio 2.5.2 Television 2.5.3 Newspaper 2.5.4Magazine 2.5.5 Web, Summary, Exercises and Questions, Further Reading
UNIT 3- EDITING
68-109Unit Objectives, Introduction, Principles of Editing , Editing & Proofreading Need & Principlesof Editorial Desk, Newspaper Meaning & Production, Newspaper & Magazine, Newspaper Pages, Summary, Exercises and Questions, Further Reading.2
 
UNIT 1- JOURNALISTIC WRITING
Structure
1.0 Unit Objectives1.1 Introduction1.2 Forms of Journalistic Writing
1.2.1 News Writing 1.2.2 Editorial Writing 1.2.3 Feature Writing 1.2.4 Article Writing
1.3 Summary1.4 Exercises and Questions1.5 Further Reading
1.0UNIT OBJECTIVES
To understand the significance of Journalistic writing
To discuss the various forms of Journalistic writing
To learn the basics of writing an Editorial, Article, News and Feature
To understand the difference between various forms of journalisticwriting
1.1INTRODUCTION
Journalistic Writing
is closely associated with the practice of reporting the news.Reporting is an art and a craft. Its skills can be taught, learned, and developed as aform of artistic expression. The modern newspaper writing style as a
lead-and- summary
form. In this form, the news item begins with a round-up of the major facts of the story, and then summarizes subordinate facts arranged in order of decreasing importance. The final item is often described as a
throw-away
item because it is lowest in importance and is designed to be discarded if necessary to fitthe article into the news paper, magazine, or journal's physical news space.For broadcast news, there should be a
 soft-lead 
form, that begins with a statementdesigned to give the listener an
instant of preparation
for stronger phrases that areabout to be presented. Broadcast news writing is typically short, straightforwardand exceedingly simple in construction. Unlike most written forms, it closely
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