Tag: coverage

Coverage: How to get people to read your newspaper

This Powerpoint presentation provides details and examples of the types of coverage and stories readers are clamoring for. Courtesy Linda Barrington.

The Station nightclub fire

Look at a breaking news story from Rhode Island Investigative journalism For a complete archive of the Providence Journal stories, numerous multimedia presentations and videos, CLICK HERE In the years since the fire, the Providence Journal has published literally hundreds of articles on The Station nightclub fire that occurred in 2003. Look at the first…
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All The President’s Men

How two journalists brought down a president and lived to tell about it. CLICK HERE for a PDF version of this file. A guide for teaching the movie and the book in your classroom. CLICK HERE for information from The Washington Post. By Bradley Wilson Breaking into an office in the Watergate hotel and office…
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Covering the unimaginable: Policies help ensure unbiased coverage for newspaper and yearbooks

This article is part of a series from a 1999 edition of Communication: Journalism Education Today. Also in this series: Taking a multi-angle approach to involve and influence readers Establishing a rapport with law-enforcement agencies facilitates gathering information The role of student publications depends on healing process DOWNLOAD PDF version of entire document By Bradley…
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Covering the unimaginable: Establishing a rapport with law-enforcement agencies facilitates gathering information

This article is part of a series from a 1999 edition of Communication: Journalism Education Today. Also in this series: Taking a multi-angle approach to involve and influence readers Policies help ensure unbiased coverage for newspaper and yearbooks The role of student publications depends on healing process DOWNLOAD PDF version of entire document By Bradley…
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