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Inside Reporting: A Practical Guide to the Craft of Journalism by Tim Harrower

Considering using this product for your course? To ask other readers questions about Inside Reportingplease sign up. Easy to read and filled with interesting information, this book could serve as a instructive text for someone considering journalism or a fun read for anyone else.

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While emphasizing the basics, this new edition offers a wealth of information on digital reporting and packaging stories in modern, reportjng ways. Newswriting Basics Chapter 4. Aug 13, Alexandra Kocik rated it it was amazing. Katelyn Wiley rated it it was amazing Nov 29, Jason Pegram rated it liked it Jun 24, Want to Read saving…. My journalism bible that saved my life when I suddenly became a sports reporter for my community college newspaper. It also includes more useful advice on feature writing-from stories to reviews and column-writing-than any other textbook in the field.


I had this thought every single time I needed to read it. A great read for journalists and those who want to learn more about journalism. The Story of Journalism Chapter 2. Covering the News Chapter 6.

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We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. One of the worst textbooks I have ever read. We really didn’t do much in this book in the class I used in in. The author operates on the principle that students are too stupid and lack the attention and focus to insid paragraphs of normal, organizaed text, and has created a clusterfuck of a textbook in response. Looking for beautiful books?

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Personally, I cracked up every time. The easy to read magazine layout of the book was perfect. Lots of great examples, easy to read format – very graphic and visual.

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Inside Reporting: A Practical Guide to the Craft of Journalism

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I took very sparse notes, and then ended up struggling with the open book final because of the terrible organization. Information is chunked into smaller, more digestible bits. Request a free copy reporying evaluate if it’ll be the best resource for you.