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ED2010 ED2010 Nicole Saylor nicole.saylor@temple.edu Group meeting on 9/22 @ 6 pm on the grass in front of Beury Hall
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TABJ meets tonight @ 7pm in the Annenberg Hall atrium.
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Interested in studying London in the spring? Q&A sessions on 9/21 and 9/22 at 11 am in Annenberg room 3. Spring applications are due on 10/1.
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London f**king rocks. http://irocklondon.blogspot.com
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What is News? Who has the ability to record the news? Can you share with other students?
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Local News = specific city/ region
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Local News = specific city/ region Do not use network news. Network news = NY based national/ international
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Do not use cable news or Comedy Central Do not use network news. Network news = NY based national/ international
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Do not use cable news or Comedy Central Do not use the Internet.
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A package package is a prerecorded story that has been edited and often has a reporter stand-up. A voice over voice over ( VO VO ) is edited video which the anchor reads over during the newscast. A VO/SOT VO/SOT (voice over sound on tape) is a VO that also contains a sound byte. • Each of these constitutes a different story. • Please note even two or three different angles angles on the same story.
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A news anchor anchor sits at the anchor desk of the set. The bug The bug .
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Is an anchor a journalist?
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Or is the anchor simply a news reader? That is how they refer to them in Great Britain.
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Scroll Scroll : info running at the bottom of the page. A Chyron Chyron is the graphic element where names and titles are revealed. ( Chyron is a brand name. The graphic is technically called a lower third lower third .)
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LIVE! EXCLUSIVE! BREAKING NEWS!
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So what? What does that stuff mean?
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LIVE! EXCLUSIVE! BREAKING NEWS!
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Journalism is a business. And they’ll say almost anything to get your attention.
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Is there a universal definition of what is news?
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Isn’t a bomb scare a big story?
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Shouldn’t news always be news?
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Shouldn’t news always be news? Variables? Newsworthiness?
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Newsworthiness Criteria: Timeliness Proximity (geographic) Unusualness (man bites dog) Prominent people (politicians, celebrities, athletes, etc). Conflict/ controversy/ disaster Impact (this affects the audience) Relevance (there is a connection to the audience) Human interest
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Is this newsworthy?
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Journalists set the agenda for what is considered relevant information. Which is why we are supposed to offer a comprehensive view of the world ( the the marketplace of ideas marketplace of ideas ).
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That is a massive responsibility. And we face many challenges.
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Journalism is a business.
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changing, largely because of three reasons: Technology Technology . The
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course JOURNAL 1111 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '08 term at Temple.

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