Reporting Live

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ISBN: 9780684853710
Release Date: 2000-01-19
Number of pages: 448
Author: Lesley Stahl
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Reporting Live in PDF and EPUB The television news correspondent chronicles her professional experiences


Reporting Live

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ISBN: 9789385137389
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Author: Neelima Simon
Publisher: Author's Ink Publications

Download and read online Reporting Live in PDF and EPUB Niharika Singh is a well-known, hot-shot journalist with CBC News, and is the reigning queen of the Prime time news on Indian television. She is a smart, stubborn and fearless young woman who prefers to be a field correspondent and report live news even from troubled and dangerous regions. For a similar assignment, she arrives in the jungles of Jhungaru, Chattisgarh where an aspiring politician and an advocate of tribal rights, Subhendu Pal is kidnapped by the Naxals. Even weeks after his kidnapping, no ransom calls are received. Niharika along with her team of Rajat- the cameraman and Renu- her assistant set out for the dangerous jungles to uncover the truth. The three of them are ambushed when they set foot in Naxal territory, leading to kidnapping of Niharika. In the naxal village, she chances upon Subhendu and being a daredevil, she decides to run away with Subhendu. What follows is their dramatic departure facilitated by a naxalite, their struggle in the forest, Niharika's fights with the Naxals, the slowly brewing chemistry between her and the naxal, and their ambush by the naxalites. Do they survive their encounter with the naxal bullets? Do they live to tell the tale? What happens to the love story between Niharika and the naxal? Would they meet again after being separated? Would they ever be able to spend a happily-ever-after? This is a highly engrossing story with several twists and turns in the right places. The central characters have been nicely sketched and the story moves at a great pace. The suspense in the plot contribute significantly to the story, making it highly readable. Read this book for embarking on a thrilling ride in the jungles of Jhungaru!


Reporting Live from Ferguson MO

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ISBN: 1630211540
Release Date: 2014-09-14
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Author: Kristy Thomas
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Download and read online Reporting Live from Ferguson MO in PDF and EPUB Layla Jefferies is an African American reporter. She often feels as though she blends in well with her white counterparts until something happens in the world that forces her and everyone around her to see that she stands alone because of her race. When her producer calls her to go on scene at the riots and protests that are happening in Ferguson, MO after the police shooting death of Michael Brown she must accept that she is being sent because she is black. There are aspects of her that understands the logic behind sending her there, but there are also parts of her that recognize that race is a problem; for the country, not just the people that a black face represents. She tells a beautiful story of her struggle for what is right and what will keep her job happy by reporting. With a microphone in hand and the camera rolling Layla learns more about herself on this assignment than she ever thought possible. Reporting live from Ferguson, MO.


Reporting Live from the End of the World

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ISBN: 9781846688874
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 307
Author: David Shukman
Publisher: Profile Books

Download and read online Reporting Live from the End of the World in PDF and EPUB When frontline BBC news reporter David Shukman switched beat from world affairs to environment in 2003, he feared he might be in for a dull life. He couldn't have been more wrong. His new job has taken him to every corner of the earth: journeying up the fabled North West Passage in the Arctic, chasing after loggers in the Amazon and battling through plastic waste in the Pacific Ocean, getting trapped in Siberian blizzards along the way. Reporting Live from the End of the World charts Shukman's extraordinary adventures, in the process providing a fascinating eye-witness account of the state of the planet. Wonderfully written and often very funny, the book will be loved by travel, science or environment readers alike.


Reporting Live from Studio B

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ISBN: 1520168683
Release Date: 2015-10-23
Number of pages: 208
Author: Camaron Brooks
Publisher:

Download and read online Reporting Live from Studio B in PDF and EPUB A former small-market television reporter opens up about her journey from newsroom to nursery. New mom, Camaron Brooks shares the experience with humor and heart. She learns living her dreams won't be any easier than chasing them. Reporting Live from Studio B will give readers a realistic look at the joys and challenges of love, life, and motherhood.Camaron shares a valuable takeaway, affirmation, and set of questions at the end of each chapter. She shares humorous moments from her son's first year and beyond. The book takes you on a journey from her first contractions through the many realizations about what it means to love and give of yourself fully. Through the lens of motherhood, Brooks discovers her purpose and how she can get back to her center through gratitude and mindfulness. She opens up about the embarrassing physical changes she dealt with after delivery. She shares profound realizations about life. She shares candid moments from her marriage after baby. She discovers the need for self-care and finds the engery to live her best life. The book will give you a dose of wisdom and a sense that you are not alone. It's one mother sharing her war stories, woman to woman. She's real. She's fresh. And her simple strong writing will keep you laughing until the end.


Seventh census of Canada 1931

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924094333295
Release Date: 1932
Number of pages: 11
Author: Canada. Dominion Bureau of Statistics
Publisher:

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Reporting Live from Planning Principles for War in the Information Age

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ISBN: OCLC:227783360
Release Date: 1992
Number of pages: 75
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Download and read online Reporting Live from Planning Principles for War in the Information Age in PDF and EPUB The media covered the war in the Gulf. The free press is guaranteed by the Constitution the Armed Forces swear to uphold and defend. The press is also a business that both serves and is beholden to the public. Campaigns of the future will protect American vital interests, as opposed to ensuring national survival. Campaigns protecting American interests require the sustained support of the American public and Congress; this support is developed and maintained through the media. This monograph seeks to answer the question: What principles should guide the operational level commander's media campaign realizing that the media transmits the story of the campaign? The monograph begins with a separate examination of military and public affairs theory. The criteria used as a basis for discussion throughout the monograph are derived from public affairs theory and applied to several historical events that occurred during the two campaigns presented in the history section of the monograph. The campaigns, Grant's final campaign in Northern Virginia, and Operation Desert Storm, were conducted under intense media scrutiny and offer the best means of discerning possible planning principles. The conclusion presents three proposed planning principles for operational and public affairs staffs. These three: Planning, Anticipation, and Objective can serve as aids to judgement in planning for war in the media age.


Tales from Rhapsody Home

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ISBN: 0156010836
Release Date: 2002-02-01
Number of pages: 192
Author: John Gould
Publisher: Harvest Books

Download and read online Tales from Rhapsody Home in PDF and EPUB The ninety-two-year-old writer takes readers on a humorous, often irreverent tour of his assisted-living facility and its inhabitants.


Reporting Live from Edge City

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ISBN: OCLC:882252087
Release Date: 2014
Number of pages: 92
Author: Josiah Kilduff
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Download and read online Reporting Live from Edge City in PDF and EPUB During the 1960s, American youth were coming of age in a post-war period marked by an unprecedented availability of both money and leisure time. These conditions afforded young people new opportunities for exploring fresh ways of thinking and living, beyond the traditional norms of their parents' generation. Tom Wolfe recognized that a revolution was taking place, in terms of manners and morals, spearheaded by this latest generation. He built a career for himself reporting on the diverse groups that were developing on the periphery of the mainstream society and the various ways they were creating social spaces, what he termed "statuspheres," for themselves, in which to live by their own terms. Using the techniques of the new journalism--"immersion" reporting that incorporated literary devices traditionally reserved for writers of fiction--Wolfe crafted creative non-fiction pieces that attempted not only to offer a glimpse into the lives of these fringe groups, but also to place the reader within their subjective experiences. This thesis positions Wolfe as a sort of liminal trickster figure, who is able to bridge the gap between disparate worlds, both physical and figurative. Analyzing several of Wolfe's works from the time period, it works to demonstrate the almost magical way in which Wolfe infiltrates various radical, counterculture and otherwise "fringe" groups, while borrowing freely from elements across lines of literary genre, in order to make his subjects' experiences come alive on the page. This work attempts to shed light on his special ability to occupy multiple spaces and perspectives simultaneously, to offer the reader a multidimensional look into the lives of cultural outsiders and the impact that they had and continue to have on the overarching discussion of the American experience. Ultimately, this paper argues that by exposing these various outlying facets of American culture to the mainstream readership, Wolfe acts as a catalyst to reincorporate these fringe elements within the larger conversation of what it means to be American, thereby spurring a greater cultural awareness and an expansion of the collective American consciousness.


Broadcast News Writing Reporting and Producing

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ISBN: 9781136025051
Release Date: 2013-05-02
Number of pages: 339
Author: Frank Barnas
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online Broadcast News Writing Reporting and Producing in PDF and EPUB Jargon buster: convergent journalism: ?Media convergence is the most significant development in the news industry in the last century. The ability to interchange text, audio, and visual communication over the Internet has fundamentally transformed the way news organizations operate. Convergence has enabled media companies to gather, disseminate, and share information over a variety of platforms. Throughout the history of journalism, it has been common for journalists to study one medium, such as traditional print or broadcast, and to anticipate a career working only in their chosen field. However, the 21st century journalist has fluidity to write and deliver news content in a variety of formats. (source: http://www.convergencejournalism.com/) Broadcast News Writing, Reporting, and Producing presents a solid foundation for any student learning how to become a broadcast journalist ? in today's world of convergent journalism, it is more important than ever that broadcast textbooks cover the most current trends in media. Convergent journalism (the coverage of news across multiple delivery platforms such as the internet, television, podcasts, ipods, blogs, etc) is here to stay ? broadcast journalism continues to morph as newer and more advanced content platforms are hatched and developed, and broadcast journalists must understand how to write, report, and produce for multiple platforms simultaneously. Just one crucial fact remains: students will need training on how to perform successfully in a world in which current events aren't just shown on the ten o'clock evening news. Broadcast News Writing, Reporting, and Producing will be completely overhauled to reflect the trends of convergent journalism on every page. New co-author Frank Barnas brings a multi-faceted perspective of writing, reporting, and producing that allows for multi-platform delivery systems, and shows students with real-world examples the functions and practices of today's media. The new edition will be rewritten and restructured to accommodate common 16-week course modules, and will be divided into four major sections of the news: gathering, writing, reporting, and producing. Sidebars featuring how examples used in the text relate to convergence in journalism help students to draw connections easily between current stories and trends in the industry. The comprehensive approach of this text brings a multi-faceted perspective of writing, reporting, and producing that is needed more than ever in today's world of convergent journalism. This newest edition is being completely overhauled by the experienced journalist Frank Barnas. New photos and illustrations, a restructuring of the text, expanded end-of-chapter exercises, newer and more relevant examples, and more information on producing all contribute to giving readers what they need most: a nuanced understanding of how the media of today function in a world without news boundaries.


Live from Cape Canaveral

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ISBN: 9780061735899
Release Date: 2009-03-17
Number of pages: 336
Author: Jay Barbree
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online Live from Cape Canaveral in PDF and EPUB Some fifty years ago, while a cub reporter, Jay Barbree caught space fever the night that Sputnik passed over Georgia. He moved to the then-sleepy village of Cocoa Beach, Florida, right outside Cape Canaveral, and began reporting on rockets that fizzled as often as they soared. In "Live from Cape Canaveral," Barbree—the only reporter who has covered every mission flown by astronauts—offers his unique perspective on the space program. He shares affectionate portraits of astronauts as well as some of his fellow journalists and tells some very funny behind-the-scenes stories—many involving astronaut pranks. Barbree also shows how much the space program and its press coverage have changed over time. Warm and perceptive, he reminds us just how thrilling the great moments of the space race were and why America fell in love with its heroic, sometimes larger-than-life astronauts.


Stumbling on Happiness

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ISBN: 0307265307
Release Date: 2006-05-02
Number of pages: 304
Author: Daniel Gilbert
Publisher: Vintage

Download and read online Stumbling on Happiness in PDF and EPUB Bringing to life scientific research in psychology, cognitive neuroscience, philosophy, and behavioral economics, this bestselling book reveals what scientists have discovered about the uniquely human ability to imagine the future, and about our capacity to predict how much we will like it when we get there. • Why are lovers quicker to forgive their partners for infidelity than for leaving dirty dishes in the sink? • Why will sighted people pay more to avoid going blind than blind people will pay to regain their sight? • Why do dining companions insist on ordering different meals instead of getting what they really want? • Why do pigeons seem to have such excellent aim; why can’t we remember one song while listening to another; and why does the line at the grocery store always slow down the moment we join it? In this brilliant, witty, and accessible book, renowned Harvard psychologist Daniel Gilbert describes the foibles of imagination and illusions of foresight that cause each of us to misconceive our tomorrows and misestimate our satisfactions. With penetrating insight and sparkling prose, Gilbert explains why we seem to know so little about the hearts and minds of the people we are about to become. From the Trade Paperback edition.


Broadcast News

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ISBN: 9780240806594
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 507
Author: Ted White
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online Broadcast News in PDF and EPUB "Broadcast News Writing, Reporting, and Producing, Fourth Edition examines the skills, technologies, and challenges of writing, reporting, and producing for broadcast journalism. Along with complete coverage of the fundamentals, this book contains writing samples from some of the most famous broadcast journalists, including Edward R. Murrow, Charles Kuralt, Cokie Roberts, Eric Sevareid, Pauline Frederick, Charles Osgood, Paul Harvey, Betsy Aaron, Bob Dotson, Susan Stamberg, and Richard Threlkeld, who also discuss how they write and report."--BOOK JACKET.


Multimedia Journalism

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ISBN: 9781135234805
Release Date: 2010-02-26
Number of pages: 512
Author: Andy Bull
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Multimedia Journalism in PDF and EPUB Multimedia Journalism: A Practical Guide offers clear advice on working across multiple media platforms and includes guides to creating and using video, audio, text and pictures. It contains all the essentials of good practice and is supported by an Companion Website at: www.multimedia-journalism.co.uk which demonstrates how to apply the skills covered in the book, gives examples of good and bad practice, and keeps the material up-to-date and in line with new hardware, software, methods of working and legislation. The book is fully cross-referenced and interlinked with the website, which offers the chance to test your learning and send in questions for industry experts to answer in their masterclasses. Split into three levels – getting started, building proficiency and professional standards – this book builds on the knowledge attained in each part, and ensures that skills are introduced one step at a time until professional competency is achieved. This three stage structure means it can be used from initial to advanced level to learn the key skill areas of video, audio, text, and pictures and how to combine them to create multimedia packages. Skills covered include: writing news reports, features, email bulletins and blogs building a website using a content management system measuring the success of your website or blog shooting, cropping, editing and captioning pictures recording, editing and publishing audio reports and podcasts shooting, editing and streaming video and creating effective packages creating breaking news tickers and using Twitter using and encouraging user generated content interviewing and conducting advanced online research subediting, proofreading and headlining, including search engine optimisation geo-tagging, geo-coding and geo-broadcasting. Website access is free when the book or ebook is purchased. The registration key is on the final page of all editions of the book and ebook and is also on the inside front cover of the paperback edition.


The Mind Body Stage

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ISBN: 9780804788267
Release Date: 2013-08-21
Number of pages: 264
Author: R. Darren Gobert
Publisher: Stanford University Press

Download and read online The Mind Body Stage in PDF and EPUB Descartes's notion of subjectivity changed the way characters would be written, performed by actors, and received by audiences. His coordinate system reshaped how theatrical space would be conceived and built. His theory of the passions revolutionized our understanding of the emotional exchange between spectacle and spectators. Yet theater scholars have not seen Descartes's transformational impact on theater history. Nor have philosophers looked to this history to understand his reception and impact. After Descartes, playwrights put Cartesian characters on the stage and thematized their rational workings. Actors adapted their performances to account for new models of subjectivity and physiology. Critics theorized the theater's emotional and ethical benefits in Cartesian terms. Architects fostered these benefits by altering their designs. The Mind-Body Stage provides a dazzlingly original picture of one of the most consequential and confusing periods in the histories of modern theater and philosophy. Interdisciplinary and comparatist in scope, it uses methodological techniques from literary study, philosophy, theater history, and performance studies and draws on scores of documents (including letters, libretti, religious jeremiads, aesthetic treatises, and architectural plans) from several countries.