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Modifying Print for Publication Online. Complete Exercise #4 at the end of Chapter One of your text, Online Journalism. The assignment involves writing a paper on how a story from the Ashford Online Library or from your local newspaper might be modified and improved for publication online. B.....
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Does Service Journalism Serve the Reader?. Service journalism involves using sidebars, lists, or boxed materials to highlight information, helping readers easily find and act on it. Other techniques include using blurbs, subheads, a question-and-answer column, or even to repeat things in differen.....
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Citizen Journalism. The most exciting—and, to some traditional journalists, most worrying— development of new media is citizen journalism, specifically, news coverage, usually online, by people who don’t work for commercial news organizations. Some citizen journalists are producing.....
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