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Broadcast news writing

Author: Kurt Loder; Charles Kurault; Sam Donaldson; Peter Berkow; Annenberg/CPB.
Publisher: South Burlington, Vt. : Annenberg/CPB, 1995, ©1993.
Series: News writing, 8.
Edition/Format:   eVideo : English
Database:WorldCat
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Compares the similarities and differences of broadcast and print journalism, focusing on the different writing techniques used in broadcast journalism. Includes insightful comments from a host of radio and TV journalists such as Sam Donaldson (ABC), Charles Kuralt (CBS), and Kurt Loder (MTV). Defines jargon commonly used in broadcast journalism, including writing copy, SOT, package, reader, and stand-up. Follows a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Digital video
Streaming multimedia
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Interviews
Named Person: Sam Donaldson; Charles Kurault; Kurt Loder
Material Type: Videorecording, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Kurt Loder; Charles Kurault; Sam Donaldson; Peter Berkow; Annenberg/CPB.
OCLC Number: 160010779
Language Note: Closed captioned.
Performer(s): Host: Peter Berkow.
Target Audience: High school/college.; 9-12+.
Details: Mode of access: Windows Media Player, World Wide Web.
Series Title: News writing, 8.
Responsibility: produced by Peter Berkow in association with KHSL-TV/Chico, Calif.

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Compares the similarities and differences of broadcast and print journalism, focusing on the different writing techniques used in broadcast journalism. Includes insightful comments from a host of radio and TV journalists such as Sam Donaldson (ABC), Charles Kuralt (CBS), and Kurt Loder (MTV). Defines jargon commonly used in broadcast journalism, including writing copy, SOT, package, reader, and stand-up. Follows a reporter as he assembles a daily news package.

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