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Journalism Online

ISBN-10: 0240516109

ISBN-13: 9780240516103

Edition: 2002

Authors: Mike Ward, Andy Dickinson

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Journalism Online is a guide to the new skills journalists must employ when using the Internet as a reporting, writing and research tool. It addresses the fundamental professional skills and shows how they should be applied to this new technology.
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Book details

List price: $57.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 2/21/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 222
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Acknowledgements
What is online journalism?
Dot coms, dot bombs, dot rot and roll
Some definitions
What makes online journalism distinctive?
What has been the effect of all this on journalism so far?
Further reading and references
The core journalism
'You cannot teach journalism'
The core journalistic process
Further reading and references
Online research and reporting
The impact of online on research and reporting
Further reading and references
Writing
Core writing skills
Story structure
Further reading and references
Online story construction
Non-linear storytelling
Writing for online
Leverage those strengths
Further reading and references
Who's afraid of HTML?
HTML - random definitions
HTML - some urban myths
What does a tag look like?
Exercises
Further reading and references
Design your web resource
Conflicting views and common ground
Language problems
Is online the right medium for my message?
Who am I trying to communicate with?
Define the mission and goals for your site
Consider and organize your potential content
Putting the content sections into a structure
Page inventories
Give users the tools to find their way around the sections
Present the whole package effectively
Interface and usability
Further reading and references
Index