Udemy – News Writing Fundamentals: Journalism 101

News Writing Fundamentals: Journalism 101 [UdemyLibrary com]
English | Size: 494MB
Category: Tutorial

For Journalists, Writers And Editors
Learn the fundamentals of news writing and how to write to the industry standard.

This course is a step-by-step guide on how to write direct, effective and coherent news stories. For those interested in journalism, this class will equip you with an essential skill. While for those interested in developing their writing ability, you will find that this course will strengthen your writing through insight into how industry standard news stories are constructed. The ability to write directly and efficiently is not just applicable to the world of journalism, but across many professional fields.

The fundamental elements of news writing will be covered in this course; from headlines and intros, to how to incorporate quotations and structure your work. This course features examples throughout in order to help students understand the core concepts of news writing.

Who this course is for:
Beginner and intermediate writers.

What you’ll learn
The fundamentals of news writing and how to write to the industry standard.
Essential English principles.
How to write an effective headline.
How to write a strong intro.
How to incorporate quotes into news writing.
How to structure a news story.
A good understanding of the English language is required.

Source: Joshua McGuigan via Udemy
Release date: Last updated 9/2020
Video: MP4 1280×720, 30 fps(r)
Audio: AAC, 48000 Hz, 2ch
Language: English
Size: 494 MB
Duration: 40m

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