Subediting

The book defines the varied techniques of copy-tasting, of editing news stories and features, of writing headlines, using typography to advantage, and covers word use and structure.

Author: F. W. Hodgson

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: 0750617616

Category: Reference

Page: 283

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Examines and draws lessons from practice in contemporary newspapers, both in editing and presentation. The book defines the varied techniques of copy-tasting, of editing news stories and features, of writing headlines, using typography to advantage, and covers word use and structure.

Modern News Editing

In this fifith edition of Modern News Editing, authors Ludwig and Gilmore have creatively reworked Gilmore’s classic textbook to fully integrate editing for online publication and editing for print.

Author: Mark D. Ludwig

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

ISBN: 0813807727

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 276

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The last decade has seen significant shifts in the roles of editors in the newsroom. Pagination has moved page composition from the backshop into the newsroom, placing additional responsibilities on copy and design editors. Newsrooms have become more collaborative, with emphasis on cooperation between various departments, and between copy editors and assigning editors. The biggest change is the growth of the Internet as a medium for news delivery. Most newspapers have accompanying Web sites, where breaking news can be posted for audiences long before the next print edition goes to press. In a sense, it’s a return to the days when newspapers published multiple editions throughout the day—only now, it’s done online. In Modern News Editing, authors Ludwig and Gilmore have creatively reworked Gilmore’s classic textbook to fully integrate editing for online publication and editing for print. Whether the medium is a print newspaper or an online news site, the function of editors remains the same: to guide a news story from its inception to its publication. The fundamentals are still necessary. Is it news? How should it be approached? How should it be presented? Does the grammar pass muster? Is style consistently followed? Do headlines and photo captions capture reader interests? What are the needs and desires of the audience? Have the responsibilities of the news media to promote a free and self-governing society been met? The Modern News Editing CD-ROM is packed with exercises to practice the concepts taught. Microsoft Word files feature editable sentences and stories containing problems with spelling, grammar, style, and incorrect facts. Also included are photographs in JPEG format for import into photo editing and/or page layout programs, to practice cropping and sizing, and for use in page design. Sample pages and page templates in Quark Xpress, Adobe InDesign, and Adobe PageMaker are presented for use in page design exercises. Modern News Editing is the textbook of choice to train future editors, whether they work for a print newsroom or an online publication.

Modern Newspaper Editing

Gene Gilmore, Robert Root. viii Contents 209 169 279 MODERN NEWSPAPER
EDITING SECOND EDITION 4 News. 1 News editing today and tomorrow 3 2 The
copyeditor and copyediting 13 3 Copyediting techniques 31 4 Writing headlines ...

Author: Gene Gilmore

Publisher: Boyd & Fraser Publishing Company

ISBN: STANFORD:36105004526047

Category: Journalism

Page: 388

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News Editing

Modern newspaper makeup generally has adopted even more innovations but
have not radically altered their overall design in recent years . They usually retain
the eight - column format and follow the kinds of makeup " rules ” that are spelled
 ...

Author: Bruce H. Westley

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951000477306K

Category: Journalism

Page: 400

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Modern Newspaper Practice

The amount of consensus that goes into the editing of a newspaper varies
according to the editor's style, but one thing that is essential in a well-ordered
office is delegation. This is the method by which the editor, with many and varied
functions ...

Author: F W Hodgson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136025617

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 208

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An introduction to all aspects of newspaper journalism and the journalist's world. The book examines in detail not only day-to-day practice but also the role of the editor and the reading public, and the running and printing of newspapers. Close attention in this new edition is paid to the effect of technological advance on news gathering, news and feature writing, page planning and design and the production, advertising and commercial side of newspapers. This book is widely used on journalism and media-related courses, including degrees and those run by newspaper companies and the NCTJ, and the many training schemes abroad that look at British practice.

Creative News Editing

Modern Newspaper Editing . Berkeley , Calif . : Glendessary Press , 1971 .
GOWERS , SIR ERNEST . Plain Words : Their ABC . New York : Alfred A . Knopf ,
1955 . GUNNING , ROBERT . Principles of Clear News Writing . New York :
Scripps ...

Author: Alfred A. Crowell

Publisher: WCB/McGraw-Hill

ISBN: UVA:X000129978

Category: Journalism

Page: 224

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Journalist 3 2

The Careful Writer , A Modern Guide to English Usage , Theodore M. Bernstein ,
Atheneum , 1965. ... COPY EDITING News Editing , Bruce Westley , Houghton
Mifflin , Boston , 1972 : Discusses copy desk procedures on both large and small
 ...

Author: Richard D. Williamson

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112074941706

Category: Journalism

Page:

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Choice

STONECIPHER , Harry W. Electronic age news editing , by Harry W. Stonecipher
, Edward C. Nicholls and Douglas A. ... Other books in the field that might be used
for comparison include Modern Newspaper Editing by Gene Gilmore ( 2nd ed .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106005850380

Category: Academic libraries

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Resources in Education

ED 137 823 A Factor Analytic Study of the Credibility of Newspaper and TV News
. ED 140 33411 Modern Newspaper Editing . Second Edition . ED 136 284/1
Moral Choices in Contemporary Society : Newspaper Articles for the Sixth
Course ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000068696672

Category: Education

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Contemporary Editing

Resources include: Center for Journalism Ethics ¦ online ethics issues, including
accuracy and new media trends from the School of Journalism and Mass
Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison; Editing Breaking News
Online ...

Author: Cecilia Friend

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135941413

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 418

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Contemporary Editing offers journalism students a forward-looking introduction to news editing, providing instruction on traditional newsroom conventions along with a focus on emerging news platforms. This comprehensive text provides students with a strong understanding of everything an editor does, addressing essential copy editing fundamentals such as grammar and style; editorial decision making; photo editing, information graphics, and page design; and new media approaches to storytelling. Throughout, the book focuses on how "the editor’s attitude"—a keen awareness of news values, ethics, and audience—comes into play in all facets of news editing. This new edition offers expanded coverage of web publishing and mobile media, giving students solid editing skills for today’s evolving media and news forums. Features of the Third Edition: -Editing 2.0 boxes discuss the impact of digital technology and social media on editing. -Coverage of grammar problems and a new chapter on working with numbers provide students with a strong grasp of math and grammar, which are the underpinnings for all writing and editing. -An emphasis on editing for brevity prepares students to write and edit clearly and briefly, for print and for the web. -A chapter on the art of headline writing guides students through one of the editor’s most important tasks, and introduces the task of search engine optimization. -Examples of ethics and legal situations show students how issues arise in even the most basic stories, and how to address them. -Online exercises present additional practice for students, without needing to purchase a workbook.

Modern Magazine Editing

For the “ News Notes ” department of the Journalism Quarterly ( which this writer
edited for a decade ) , copy has to be in the hands of the editorin - chief by the
10th of a month – take July , for example . Then a news deadline of July 1 is set
for ...

Author: Robert Root

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951000531193I

Category: Editing

Page: 558

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Workbook for Radio and TV News Editing and Writing

But there are basic differences in how these media write and edit and serve news
. Which means , of course , there ... The pace of modern news production and
consumption demands this measure of freedom . Unless neophyte journalists are
 ...

Author: Arthur Wimer

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X000278259

Category: Editing

Page: 287

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Electronic Age News Editing

... press theory , 3 Milton , John , and libertarian press theory , 3 Milwaukee
Journal , pictorial quality of , 126 Minneapolis Star , pictorial content of , 126
Minor news angles , and headlines , 119 Modern News Reporting , 85 Monitor
Patriot Co ...

Author: Harry W. Stonecipher

Publisher: Burnham Incorporated Pub

ISBN: STANFORD:36105039264556

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 343

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The author stresses that although computerization streamlines and facilitates the news gathering process, editors must be even more exacting and visually aware than before to ensure a quality result.

JQ Journalism Quarterly

Modern Newspaper Editing . 4th ed . Ames : Iowa State basic principles of
accounting or business . University Press , 1990 . 305 pp . $ 29 . 95 . However ,
when comparing Wilis ' work > The foreword states that " by emphasizto either the
Fink ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015067519911

Category: Journalism

Page:

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Includes section "Book reviews" and other bibliographical material.

The Modern Newspaper

Mr . Borden , who has been assisted in working out details by News Editor Leo
Zalucha , declares the mechanical departments have offered no serious
objection to the new procedure . By careful planning , pages can be made up or
replated ...

Author: John Edward Allen

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4195067

Category: Makeup (Printing)

Page: 234

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Newspaper Editing

Some newspaper men have the same conception of their work . The modern
newspaper plant , however , should be thought of as a highly businesslike
manufacturing enterprise engaged in producing a salable productand
endeavoring to ...

Author: Grant Milnor Hyde

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105047093922

Category: Journalism

Page: 365

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Introduction to Mass Communications

Warren , Modern News Reporting ( New York : Harper & Row , 1959 ) , have
been widely used since they first appeared in the ... Two books combine
coverage of reporting , writing , and editing for print and broadcast media with
mass media ...

Author: Edwin Emery

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89042027425

Category: Mass media

Page: 444

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News Media Yellow Book

... Internet : www . modernhealthcare . com Frequency : Weekly Format :
Magazine Subject : Health Subscribers : 93 , 000 Target Audience : Health care
executives Newsstand Date : Monday Year Founded : 1918 Editorial Content :
Coverage ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105111139353

Category: Mass media

Page:

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The Modern News Library

The Changing Scene In one sense the concept of an information unit geared to
the needs of newspaper editorial departments has not changed for 50 years. But
the tools of the job are changing, and today news libraries stand on the brink of ...

Author: Geoffrey Whatmore

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B3330899

Category: Broadcasting libraries

Page: 202

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The Art of Editing the News

Most newsmen don't face the problem much anymore, though, because in
modern newspaper usage the words "yesterday," "today," and "tomorrow" and
their variations are all but extinct, having given way to the name of the day of the
week.

Author: Robert C. McGiffert

Publisher: Philadelphia : Chilton Book Company

ISBN: MINN:319510004847380

Category: Journalism

Page: 267

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