newswriting

newswriting

(ˈnjuːzˌraɪtɪŋ)
n
(Communications & Information) the activity or craft of writing news in preparation for publication
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The staff of Missouri Lawyers Weekly won seven awards in the 2017 Missouri Associated Press Media Editors newswriting and photography competition including a first-place finish in the graphics category.
Jake and I, we go back a long way, all the way back to the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, UST, where I threatened to throw him out of my class in newswriting if he did not drop out pronto and find another instructor to bedevil.
Roy fine-tuned my newswriting abilities and gave me the breaks.
The first Associated Press Stylebook was 60 pages, bound together with staples, a basic guide for newswriting.
For broadcasting preparation, a minor in broadcast journalism/communication is ideal, including work in broadcast newswriting, broadcast reporting, television/radio production, and social media dissemination of forecasts.
We'd be remiss not to remind readers that GSR staff writer Dawn Araujo-Hawkins won first place last June in the 2016 American Academy of Religion Award for Best In-Depth Newswriting on Religion.
In her final jobs, she supervised the AP Stylebook, shepherding through changes in newswriting conventions followed by media organizations everywhere, and was executive director of the industry group Associated Press Media Editors.
This group could probably be encouraged to expand their abilities via an introduction to backpack journalism; that is, creating a multi-media package in conjunction with newswriting.
has spearheaded the confab dubbed Power 101 and Journalism, wherein participants were briefed on the importance of writing communication, basic newswriting tips, roles and obligations of a press relations officer and how to maintain media contacts which is very vital for the LGUs mandate for information dissemination.
He applies judicious analysis to numerous printed news items as he explores the linguistic techniques used in seventeenth-century newswriting.
The Nation's Health received a bronze award for newswriting for its August 2014 issue.
Note: Newswriting convention dictates that we refer to subjects by last name on second and subsequent reference, but c'mon: The guy's name is Johnny Alamo and writers only live once.