J200 - Christopher L Webb September 10, 2010 Journalism 200...

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Unformatted text preview: Christopher L Webb September 10, 2010 Journalism 200 Prof. Donjon Do and Dont In Journalism, there tends to be things that can be seemingly over-exhausting, principles that are just so downright institutional that it should be fundamentally thought out like a Do and Dont. Writers, editors and readers, always see the actual importance of a topic and its key points, not its belligerent rants that ruins the substance of the argument by forcefully fitting on the page. The Dos that should be taken into much consideration dealing with writing is setting up a brainstorm of ideas and topics that you want to utilize in your story. Research your sources, by interviewing, experiencing, or just get online; look up your facts to make your article more prominent. Filling a page up with facts and personal controversies just typically drowns the readers into a frenzy of words and lines that just take up brain pulses. The most important thing to writing good articles is always write the most important news, such as the most recent, or most...
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