Keller and Hawkins combine teaching and professional television news experience.
Keller and Hawkins combine teaching and professional television news experience. Keller worked in TV news for seven years as an anchor, reporter, and talk show host. Currently, she is professor of mass communications at Emory & Henry College. In summer 2000, she was one of 15 national broadcast educators selected to participate in RTNDF's 1st annual Excellence in Journalism Education Project. As part of that program, Keller worked in a major market TV newsroom.
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TELEVISION NEWS REPORTING COMM SPRING 2008 (081) MWF 1-1:50 EDUCATION CENTER, ROOM 110 Instructor .
TELEVISION NEWS REPORTING COMM SPRING 2008 (081) MWF 1-1:50 EDUCATION CENTER, ROOM 110 Instructor: Patrick Harwood, Department of Communication Office: . Small Library, Room 203; I also have. Each member of the class will be required to turn in different types of TV news reports (see details below). Report due dates will be staggered (or spaced out) throughout the term so equipment usage can more efficiently be distributed.
This book is perfect for students in Mass Communications as well as reporters on the beat
by Teresa Keller, Stephen A. Hawkins, Steve Hawkins. A final chapter provides advice for launching a broadcast career. This book is perfect for students in Mass Communications as well as reporters on the beat. In the classroom or in the newsroom it is a must have for all hard core broadcasting people who are dedicated to the industry.
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Items related to Television News: A Handbook for Reporting, Writing,. ISBN 13: 9781890871963. Teresa Keller worked in TV news for seven years as an anchor, reporter and talk show host. Used books will not include dust jackets.
This book provides instruction in the basic steps of telling video stories, and is perfectly suited for preparing young professionals for entry-level positions as television or multimedia journalists. This book can be used in standalone introductory broadcast courses or across multiple, specialized modules.
Keller, Teresa and Stephen A. Hawkins. Sound Reporting: The NPR Guide to Audio Journalism and Production. Scottsdale, AZ: Holcomb Hathaway, 2005. If it Bleeds, It Leads: An Anatomy of Television News. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2000. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008. The Box: An Oral History of Television, 1920-1961. New York: Viking, 1995.
Chapter 3 – Storytelling and Writing for Video. Chapter 4 – Writing in Broadcast Style. Chapter 5 – The Basics of Shooting Video
Chapter 3 – Storytelling and Writing for Video. Chapter 5 – The Basics of Shooting Video. Chapter 6 – Shooting Video II: Beyond the Basics. Chapter 8 – Voice and Presentation. PART II – Advanced Reporting and Beyond. Chapter 9 – Finding News Sources. Chapter 10 – Using Public Records.