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By Carole Fleming, Emma Hemmingway, Gillian Moore, Dave Welford

An advent to Journalism examines the abilities had to paintings as a journalist in newspapers, tv, radio, and on-line. This publication presents case reports as a consultant to gaining knowledge of tales, interviewing, and writing for every medium, in addition to recording fabric for either radio and television. It offers a wide selection of reviews and tips about the right way to method tales and contains interviews with newshounds engaged on a number of information shops, from the BBC to weekly newspapers.

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For example, the page behind the top story not only gives full details of Japan’s decision not to send troops to Iraq, including a map of the occupation zones in Iraq, it also features a video report from the BBC’s Jonathan Head about Japan being one of the USA’s closest military allies. Below that there is a panel headed ‘The Struggle for Iraq’ which contains ‘in-depth’ reports on five key stories about Iraq, and a further panel called ‘Features and Background’ which offers another five related stories.

The journalist’s job is to find the news, hunt it down, and gather it into the newsroom so that it can be produced and transmitted to the waiting public. Sometimes that news is waiting to be found, while at other times it may be obscured and may need to be uncovered. News sources usually assist the journalist in finding the news that wants to be found. More difficult stories are tracked down using other tactics that are discussed later in the chapter. PRESS RELEASES Most large newsrooms, whether they’re for newspapers, radio, television or online, have a forward planning department.

The best piece of advice is to think of research as a continual process. It isn’t just what you do at the beginning of a news day when the editor is clamouring for stories. Reporters should keep their eyes and ears open for news all the time. You never know when that great story will come your way. All you need is the ability to recognise it when it does. CHECKLIST Try to identify the type of story you’re researching. Is it a diary or planned event, a story you have found from a press release, a story you’ve heard about from an official contact – for example, a local government spokesperson or a member of the police or a representative from a certain educational establishment – or is it a snippet of information that you’ve overheard in the pub?

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