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Advanced Media And Communications Writing Question 1 What do you think makes an effective lead to a news story or feature? 150 words plus references Question 1 WEEK 1 In your course outline, you will find the readings for this first week: chapter seven from Stovall and some bits and pieces from the text on creative nonfiction. What you must pay attention to is the structure for a news story. Unlike a feature which often moves at a more leisurely pace, with background information and longer paragraphs, a story that provides the news begins with a lead and goes on to answer the most important questions about the event. It is factual. Writing for the media today is a lot more revealing of the writer than in the past when journalists wanted to be objective. Creative nonfiction has been defined in numerous ways, but it is basically a catch all or umbrella term for narrative and personal writing that does not fit the form of a short story, novel, or poem but does use many of the features of fiction. It is often autobiographical and usually closer to a feature than a news story. It can be literary, political, anecdotal, or profiling. It may involve characterization much like fiction. Much of the information can be verified but a lot of it may be invented to suit the ideas. Question 2: The first week’s assignment is a short news story on a topic or event of your choice. Please double space and provide a heading. 500 words plus references Question 3: What do you think makes a good feature? What are the essential qualities of a writer who is successful in this kind of genre (type of writing)? 150 words plus references

Advanced Media And Communications Writing

Question 1

What do you think makes an effective lead to a news story or feature?

150 words plus references

 

 

Question 1

WEEK 1
In your course outline, you will find the readings for this first week: chapter seven from Stovall and some bits and pieces from the text on creative nonfiction. What you must pay attention to is the structure for a news story. Unlike a feature which often moves at a more leisurely pace, with background information and longer paragraphs, a story that provides the news begins with a lead and goes on to answer the most important questions about the event. It is factual.
Writing for the media today is a lot more revealing of the writer than in the past when journalists wanted to be objective.
Creative nonfiction has been defined in numerous ways, but it is basically a catch all or umbrella term for narrative and personal writing that does not fit the form of a short story, novel, or poem but does use many of the features of fiction. It is often autobiographical and usually closer to a feature than a news story. It can be literary, political, anecdotal, or profiling. It may involve characterization much like fiction. Much of the information can be verified but a lot of it may be invented to suit the ideas.

 

Question 2:
The first week’s assignment is a short news story on a topic or event of your choice. Please double space and provide a heading.
500 words plus references

 

Question 3:

What do you think makes a good feature? What are the essential qualities of a writer who is successful in this kind of genre (type of writing)?

150 words plus references

 

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