2 edition of Modern newspaper editing [by] found in the catalog.
Modern newspaper editing [by]
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||Gene Gilmore [and] Robert Root|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||388|
BMC-III PAPER-II (EDITING) CONTENT particularly within journalism as compared with book publishing. Traits, skills and training Besides an excellent command of the language, sub editors need a broad general knowledge to The editing process begins in a newspaper with the News Editor or a Chief Sub editor sorting. If you're just getting your facts from the newspaper, and writing them up using your own words, then I don't think that you have any duty to the _newspaper_ (as opposed to your readers, who may want to know where you got your information) to cite, credit, or pay a fee. But I Am Not A Lawyer.
The lost art of editing The long, boozy lunches and smoke-filled parties are now part of publishing's past, but has rigorous line-by-line editing of books . The modern day paper also has a column, the letter to the editor section, in which the reader can write about his grievances or appreciation about any report or incident in the society.
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In Modern News Editing, authors Ludwig and Gilmore have creatively reworked Gilmore’s classic textbook to fully integrate editing for online publication and editing for print. Whether the medium is a print newspaper or an online news site, the function of editors remains the same: to guide a news story from its inception to its publication.5/5(1).
Modern News Editing Mark D. Ludwig. out of 5 stars 1. Kindle Edition. $ Next. Recommended popular audiobooks. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or Cited by: 6.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gilmore, Gene, Modern newspaper editing. Berkeley, Calif., Glendessary Press  (OCoLC) The best books on Editing Newspapers recommended by Peter Stothard. The Editor of The Times Literary Supplement discusses the changing history of the Newspaper Editor.
Suggests further reading and highlights Peter Forster's The Spike as the most accurate depiction of an editor's work. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: News editing today and tomorrow --Editing the copy --Word watching --The basics of printing --Writing headlines --Designing the pages --The editor and journalistic writing --Evaluating the news --Editing wire news --The subeditors --Picture editing: the art show --Imagination in.
"The brilliant Breaking News is essential – and entertaining – reading for anyone who cares a whit about the hallmark of a democratic state being more than a lavatory wall."―Harold Evans, The Guardian "An absorbing journalism memoir by an editor who played a role in some of the biggest investigative stories of our time, including the revelations about U.S.
government surveillance Reviews: 20+ Printable Modern Newspaper Layouts If you read newspapers on a regular basis, you must have noticed that they all have a fixed format. There’s usually a front page containing the most significant news pieces or a newspaper cover.
Here’s what their old book editor once wrote about self-help books: “I would never have bothered with them had it not been for a perverse idea to poke fun at them.” This is a common opinion among newspaper book reviewers.
Updated 8/ A non-fiction book editor might work to highlight information that’s important to the company’s target reader rather than what interests the writer.
A newspaper editor, on the other hand, has limited space to work with. Most articles are short and to the point, so the editor must ensure that reporters only emphasize the most important facts.
These are just a few of the people whose stories are included in Modern Love, a collection of the fifty most revealing, funny, stirring essays from the New York Times’s popular “Modern Love” column.
Editor Daniel Jones has arranged these tales to capture the ebb and flow of relationships, from seeking love and tying the knot to having Reviews: Editors may charge per word, hour, or project.
Editing is a valuable investment in your book as a good editor can turn your story from meh to amazing. But the highest rates don’t necessarily mean the best editor, and the lowest rates could be wasted money. Definitely take rates into consideration, but don’t select an editor solely on price.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gilmore, Gene, Modern newspaper editing. San Francisco: Boyd & Fraser, © (OCoLC) Document Type.
Founding Editor of The Saturday Paper Erik Jensen on starting a print news publication from the ground up. People have been trumpeting the inevitable death of the newspaper for over a decade, but, despite dire predictions and a pessimistic climate, three years ago The Saturday Paper landed on the scene, and has been going from strength to strength ever since.
Get this from a library. Modern news editing. [Mark D Ludwig; Gene Gilmore] -- "The Modern News Editing CD-ROM is packed with exercises to practice the concepts taught. Microsoft Word and plain text files feature editable sentences and stories containing problems with spelling.
News Editing and Design is a beautiful textbook on newspaper and magazine editing and page planning. It is true to type and aptly justifies its name.
Those who complain about confusing and complex design guidelines given in many books and by designers had better pickup this book. The work is simply the ABC of news editing. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gilmore, Gene, Modern newspaper editing. San Francisco: Boyd & Fraser Pub.
Co., © (OCoLC) This volume explains recent technological changes in newspaper publication, comments on how the copy editor must adjust to facilitate these changes, and provides a discussion of some of the ethical and moral questions which every editor must face in appraising the news, in deciding what to print and what to feature, and in displaying : Gene Gilmore, Robert Root.
In Modern News Editing, authors Ludwig and Gilmore have creatively reworked Gilmore’s classic textbook to fully integrate editing for online publication and editing for print. Whether the medium is a print newspaper or an online news site, the function of editors remains the same: to guide a news story from its inception to its publication.
Modern newspaper. Stay on the cutting edge of journalism with this modern newspaper template. This accessible and easy-to-use template is designed to print on tabloid (11" x 17") paper and includes all the basic elements of a newspaper: columns, titles, subtitles, and more.
The best way to use a newspaper and get as much accuracy out of it as possible is to vary your news sources. Read two or more different papers, news magazines, and utilize other media for the “total picture.” Keep in mind that a newspaper is a commercial business whose first reponsibility is to make a profit for its stockholders.
History of publishing - History of publishing - Newspaper publishing: “A community needs news,” said the British author Dame Rebecca West, “for the same reason that a man needs eyes.
It has to see where it is going.” For William Randolph Hearst, one of America’s most important newspaper publishers, news was “what someone wants to stop you [from] printing: all the rest is ads.”.Contemporary Newspaper Design: Shaping the News in the Digital Age: Typography & Image on Modern Newsprint by John Berry and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Newspaper Editing Share this activity Though we've found faster, more efficient ways of consuming information, teens may not know that people used to read the newspaper several times a day in order to stay up-to-date on the news.