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The history of news reporting

Smithsonian Institution

The history of news reporting

the Henry R. Luce Hall of News Reporting.

by Smithsonian Institution

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Published by Smithsonian Institution in Washington .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprint of 1973 publication to accompany the opening of the Hall.

ContributionsLuce, Henry Robinson.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19469166M

  As printing technology allowed faster printing, newspapers could expand beyond the traditional four-page folio. And to fill the newer eight-page newspapers, content expanded beyond letters from travelers and political essays to more reporting (and the hiring of writers whose job was to go about the city and report on the news).   Here's a look back at three major news events of the last century or so. The Time TV Got It Wrong: 9/11 Edition. Back in , the old TV media .

“The existence of an independent, powerful, widely respected news media establishment is an historical anomaly,” Georgetown Professor Jonathan Ladd wrote in his book, Why Americans Hate the Media and How it Matters. “Prior to the twentieth century, such an institution had never existed in American history.”. Description. News Writing and Reporting: The Complete Guide for Today's Journalist, Second Edition, uses a multitude of reporting and writing examples from print, broadcast and online sources in order to deconstruct and reveal journalistic practices, techniques and philosophy to today's ng on a solid foundation of the three pillars of excellent journalism--process, coaching and.

A history of news — First published in Subjects History, Reporters and reporting, Journalism, Berichtgeving, Histoire, Massamedia, Reportage, Journalistiek, Journalisme. Books shelved as news-reporters: Lake of the Ozarks: My Surreal Summers in a Vanishing America by Bill Geist, Red Clay Girl by Emilie Spaulding, Find the.


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