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A Guide to Storytelling, Producing and Performing Online and on TV




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ISBN 9780367683429
January 27, 2022 Forthcoming by Routledge
320 Pages 75 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Written by two award-winning broadcast journalists, this book offers a practical, hands-on guide to the modern digital TV newsroom.

Pulling from extensive industry experience, the authors provide a comprehensive look at the key journalistic skills needed to excel in broadcast news today, including storytelling, writing, story pitching, video production, interviewing, and managing social media. The textbook is organized into five sections: building a foundation, storytelling and writing, producing, live performance, and ethics and career progression. The authors also provide step-by-step instructions on how to efficiently multitask while staying true to journalist ethics. Each chapter includes clear learning objectives, review questions, and practical assignments, making it ideal for classroom use. QR codes integrated in the text allow students to easily see and hear examples of the stories they are learning to write.

Broadcast News in the Digital Age is an engaging, student-friendly guide for those seeking to become successful writers, producers, anchors, and journalists in today’s newsrooms, both on-air and online.

Table of Contents

Part 1 – Building Your Foundation

Chapter One: Meet the Newsroom Team

Chapter Two: Finding and Pitching Good Stories

Chapter Three: Broadcast News Writing Fundamentals

Chapter Four: Tips and Tricks to Good Writing

Chapter Five: Real World Lessons

Chapter Six: Interviewing

Part 2 – Telling the Story

Chapter Seven: The VO

Chapter Eight: The VOSOT

Chapter Nine: The Package (PKG) and Multimedia Journalist (MMJ)

Chapter Ten: Shooting and Editing Video

Part 3 – Producing for Broadcast and Digital

Chapter Eleven: Producing the Broadcast Newscast

Chapter Twelve: Producing for Digital and Social Media

Part 4 – The Art of Live and Recorded Performance

Chapter Thirteen: Storytelling—Taking it to the Next Level

Chapter Fourteen: Live Reporting

Chapter Fifteen: Newscast Anchor

Part 5 - Local Journalists and Journalistic Practices

Chapter Sixteen: Ethics, Law, and Deciphering Fake from Fact

Chapter Seventeen: Getting That Job

Key Terms

NO NO NO WORDS

Works Cited

End Notes

 

 

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Author(s)

Biography

Faith Sidlow is an award-winning broadcast journalist with three decades of experience in television and radio news. She is an associate professor of broadcast journalism at California State University, Fresno, where she teaches broadcast and multimedia journalism. Faith worked as a reporter, anchor and producer for the Fresno NBC affiliate for 28 years. Her early broadcast career included radio reporter and board operator at KPBS-FM; San Diego reporter for KNX News Radio, Los Angeles; and research intern for CBS News in London. 

 

Kim Stephens is an Edward R. Murrow and Emmy® award-winning journalist and college professor. She’s worked as a news anchor, producer, reporter, weather anchor, telethon host, and community event emcee at KERO, WBIR, HGTV, WVLT, KNTV, KMPH. Kim is also an adjunct professor teaching broadcast news writing, on-air performance and broadcast reporting and production at California State University, Fresno.