8 edition of The journalistic interview found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Hugh C. Sherwood|
|LC Classifications||PN4784.I6 S5 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 145 p.|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||72079692|
No one wants to be interrogated. Linsky advises, “Do your research and write down tons and tons of questions. Only bring questions to the interview. Only ask 10 of them. If you need to ask you’re not having a conversation.” Just come out and ask the hard stuff. Maybe it’s the confrontation at the end of a long. Types of Journalistic Interview 4. Types of Journalistic Interview 5. Types of Journalistic Interview 6. Types of Journalistic Interview 7. Principles of Interview 8. Interview Planning: A step by step guide 1. Define Goal 2. Analyse subject 3. Build a rapport 4. Prepare topics 5. Choose structure a) Highly b) None c) Moderate 6.
Keith Waterhouse, the veteran Daily Mail and Daily Mirror columnist wrote an irresistible book on journalistic writing called Newspaper Style. It was in fact an adaptation of the Mirror style book. JOURNALISTS Interview Questions and Answers will guide you about good written communication skills to produce quality copy, CREATIVITY to find new angles for old stories, PERSUASIVENESS to persuade reluctant people to be interviewed, LISTENING SKILLS to pick out the nuances of the story, INVESTIGATIVE SKILLS to find new stories and AUTONOMY to be able to work independently.
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Talk to Me: How to Ask Better Questions, Get Better Answers, and Interview Anyone Like a Pro Dean Nelson. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition.
$ The Craft of Interviewing John Brady. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ Sound Reporting: The NPR Guide to Audio Journalism and ProductionCited by: 5. These journalistic questions are also known as the 5 W’s and H. Indeed, asking journalistic questions can help you assess most situations, whether you are planning a project, researching a topic, or evaluating finished work.
The following chart shows the questions you could ask in each situation. 5 W’s and H Chart. This week we’re cancelling our normal broadcasting to publish a series about the journalist’s staple: Interviewing.
The interview is the most used tool in The journalistic interview book journalist’s bag, from Barbara Walters down to the guy who writes up the local pee-wee football game. Conducting interviews for news stories is an important skill for any journalist.
A “source” – anyone a journalist interviews - can provide the following elements that are vital to any news story, including basic factual information, perspective, and context on the topic being discussed and direct start, do as much research as you can and prepare a list of questions to ask.
Get this from a library. The journalistic interview. [Hugh C Sherwood] -- Advice for young The journalistic interview book on how to interview.
Useful supplementary material for journalism classes and school newspapers. A reporter who spends most of the interview bent over taking notes or looking into a notebook can be as disconcerting as a tape recorder in an interviewee's face.
While taking notes and recording the interview, maintain as much eye contact as possible. Learn to take abbreviated notes looking down only once in a while so you can focus on yourFile Size: KB.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sherwood, Hugh C. Journalistic interview. New York, Harper & Row  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
The journalistic interview, [Sherwood, Hugh C] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The journalistic interviewCited by: 2. Q: When interviewing someone for an article or a book, do I need to have the interviewee sign a release form so I can use his or her quotes.
—Jack B. As long as you identify yourself as a writer and let the interviewee know you are gathering information that may be published somewhere, you usually don’t need any kind of written release form. Mastering that art and learning how to write a good profile article can translate into a great new skill for freelance writers, but even seasoned journalists can sometimes have trouble with can benefit from brushing up on the basics because these are among the main types of pieces published in magazines and newspapers.
Conducting an Interview. Conducting an interview can be stressful, even for the best journalists, but it is important to conduct an interview correctly.
To help make your interview go smoothly, here are some guidelines you can follow: In general, everything in your interview is on the record unless your subject requests otherwise. At the heart of this issue is the interview. The finished product may be a piece of writing that you craft, but the material is a result of the interviews you conduct.
And while sources vary — some people know exactly what they want to say while others love to make you sweat for a basic quote — how you conduct the interview has more to do Author: Sarah Stuteville. A new book offers expert advice on how to conduct a journalistic interview, by experienced former reporters, now teaching at the University of Oregon.
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Download PDF. Sections. Show page numbers. The interview is one of the—if not the—most important tools we as journalists have to obtain information, to expand on information we may have from other sources, and to clarify facts and see things from different perspectives.
We use the interview to expand upon the basic “who, what, where, how, when and why” of newsgathering. This is true whatever beat we may be covering: health. Wallace and Mr. Terkel talked about their experiences as journalistic interviewers.
They discussed past experiences of interviewing various people and spoke about what it takes to perform an. Other ASNE Lessons. Rotation Interviewing Exercise By participating in a structured interview of each of their classmates, students will learn to identify types of interview questions that yield better answers, demonstrate a professional approach when meeting an interviewee, recognize how time constraints affect interview questioning, and recognize the difficulty in getting to source for.
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Lawrence Grobel's "The Art of the Interview" is the best book on the subject I've read. Once you get through all the name-dropping, there's some very good info there. It's also a pretty enjoyable read.
The book's central thesis is that every inter. Interviewing: The Art of Gathering Information. Five tips to conduct a better interview. Charles Minshew. The George-Anne Daily. Georgia Southern University. As journalists, it is our job to gather information and disperse it to our readers as quickly as possible.
Anyone can tell you that stories just don’t write themselves, and that the. Opus Dei: An Objective Look Behind the Myths and Reality of the Most Controversial Force in the Catholic Church is a book written by American journalist John Allen, Jr.
about the Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei, commonly known as Opus Dei, published in While the book received mixed reviews, there were more positive reviews than negative.Conduct an Interview Like a Journalist Interviewing is one of the most effective ways to add depth, expertise, and precision to your writing.
Interviews, like all things writing related, are both an art and a science, and it involves both connecting with people at a personal level and asking questions that elicit information, sometimes.Aimed at those pursuing careers in creating public prose, this is the definitive handbook for aspiring journalists.
Offering budding writers suggestions on how to improve their skills--even when faced with a tight deadline--this guide also reviews many elements essential to the occupation such as utilizing strong nouns and verbs, paring down adjectives and adverbs, describing with concrete.