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COM 118: BROADCAST JOURNALISM:

COM 118: BROADCAST JOURNALISM Professor Eric Luther TX Community College transfer student SMU: Dallas, TX – Bachelors of Humanities NYU: New York, NY – Masters in Arts & Humanities Education 10 years in media production (mainly TV news) Taught communications and media courses as adjunct at other community colleges – second full time semester at WCC

COM 118: BROADCAST JOURNALISM:

COM 118: BROADCAST JOURNALISM Students: Who are you and what brings you to this class? What are your journalism/media interests ?

BROADCAST JOURNALISM IS…:

BROADCAST JOURNALISM IS… Broadcast Journalism = broadly cast programming via electrical methods Radio Television Internet Mobile

BROADCAST JOURNALISM IS NOT…:

BROADCAST JOURNALISM IS NOT … Print Journalism = news stories you read and don't see or hear being read to you

Broadcast Journalism in Mass Media History:

Broadcast Journalism in Mass Media History RADIO from about 1910 (BROADCAST MEDIA) TELEVISION from about 1950 (BROADCAST MEDIA) INTERNET from about 1990 (DIGITAL MEDIA) MOBILE from about 2000 (DIGITAL MEDIA)

Broadcast Journalism in Mass Media Future:

Broadcast Journalism in Mass Media Future CONVERGENCE MEDIA The combining of traditional broadcast avenues like Television and Radio with aspects of digital media found in Internet and Mobile technology

BEST OF BROADCAST JOURNALISM:

BEST OF BROADCAST JOURNALISM A sampling of some of the best broadcast journalism stories of 2010 Pay attention to both the stories themselves and the way they’re produced What sets them apart as the best? http ://www.thirteen.org/blog/programs/telling-the-truth-the-best-in-broadcast-journalism/2010/

Broadcast Journalism:

Broadcast Journalism The best journalism flows from logical thinking, solid research, and comprehensive reporting . The only way to learn journalism is by doing journalism. In this class, in addition to lectures, presentations, and discussions, you will do writing exercises - lots of writing exercises.

Broadcast Journalism:

Broadcast Journalism IN CLASS INTRO WRITING EXERCISE: In five sentences, write about a newsworthy event you witnessed first-hand at some point in your life; it can be a sporting event, a car accident, a fight on the street, a public concert/appearance, the long lines at school registration, problems with traffic, etc.

Broadcast Journalism:

Broadcast Journalism IN CLASS INTRO WRITING EXERCISE: DO NOT WRITE IN FIRST PERSON – write it as a reporter would for broadcast. Use appropriate and proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.

LOOKING AHEAD…:

LOOKING AHEAD … Read the first chapter of your book for next time – “Characteristics of Broadcast News Writing” Watch for and Identify Broadcast Journalism examples in your everyday life – be prepared to discuss in class

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