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Reporter, Stringer, Freelancer, and Correspondent in Journalism

Content developed by Deepshika Prajapati REPORTER A reporter is a person who collects the information of any event that occurs in the surrounding. He gathers all the information as to what is the matter, where it took place, why is that so, etc. Or in other words, a reporter is the source of complete information. …

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Understanding Cultural Journalism

Content developed by Sheetal Pandey The primary concern of cultural journalism with arts and creative work, and with the individuals, institutions and policies that make or enable that work. The arts are usually understood to include literature, visual arts, music, film, theater and dance, photography, architecture, and design. There has been increased recognition in the …

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The editing process of a newspaper

Content developed by Yash Tiwari The sub-editor who plays a key role in the editing process has been described as the midwife to the story, the most useful person in the newspaper. The various steps involved in the editing process are briefly explained below. Since editing is carried out by sub-editors at the desk, the …

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Photojournalism & Photojournalist; Concept, Definition, and Characteristics.

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Understanding mobile journalism and it’s benefits

Content developed by Swetasha Pathak From breaking political news to covering village fairs, reporting for a local newspaper or live broadcasting, with the rise of decentralized newsrooms, Mobile Journalism – or mojo as we like to call it – is now established and indispensable. Quite simply, mobile journalism is when journalists use portable electronic devices …

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News Headlines; Types, Elements, and qualities of a good headline

Content developed by Shruti Goyal A Headline is the title of a newspaper story, printed in large letters at the top of the story, especially on the front page. The Daily Mail has the Headlines ‘The Voice of Conscience’. The headlines are the main point of the news which are read on the radio or …

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Important questions answer on the growth of newspapers in India

What are the differences between English newspapers and language newspapers? Answer- The differences between English newspapers and language newspapers are the following- English newspapers are published in the English language only whereas regional language published in various regional languages like Gujarati, Bengali, Malayalam, Marathi, etc. English papers are only published in major towns and cities …

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