A handbook of journalism : media in the information age / edited by V. Eshwar Anand and K. Jayanthi.

Contributor(s): Anand, V. Eshwar (Ventrapragada Eshwar) [editor] | Jayanthi, K. (Krishnamachary) [editor]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: New Delhi, India ; Thousand Oaks, California : SAGE Publications India Pvt. Ltd., 2018Description: lxviii, 305 pages : illustrations ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789352806287 (hb)Other title: Handbook of journalism : media in the information ageSubject(s): Journalism | Mass mediaLOC classification: PN4731 | H19 2018Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Section I Edito's experiences -- Chapter 1 The last word -- Chapter 2 Playing little games -- Chapter 3 Credibility is the key -- Chapter 4 Reaching out to people -- Chapter 5 Coping with the times -- Chapter 6 Who gives a damn? -- Section II Digital media -- Chapter 7 Online challenges -- Chapter 8 The talking point -- Chapter 9 Old dynamics, new approaches -- Chapter 10 Multimedia mosaic -- Section III Media Laws -- Chapter 11 Free speech -- Chapter 12 Elections and the media -- Chapter 13 Risky choice -- Section IV Special areas -- Chapter 14 The sanctum sanctorum: edit page specialisation -- Chapter 15 Keeping confidences: political reporting -- Chapter 16 Monetised media: media ethics -- Chapter 17 Blurring the lines: visual journalism -- Chapter 18 The probing mind: research in journalism -- Chapter 19 The Big story: investigative journalism-- Chapter 20 Areas of neglect: media and development -- Chapter 21 Partner in development: development journalism -- On the ecological footprint: media and environment -- Chapter 23 Smart initiatives: smart cities -- Section V Reporting and editing -- Chapter 24 Keeping it simple: techniqes and editing -- Chapter 25 Word artist at work: subeditor's role -- Chapter 26 Newsmakers at the statesman: desk's duties -- Chapter 27 Chasing the story: reporter's responsibilities -- Chapter 28 The adventure of reporting: reporting and writing.
Summary: "A Handbook of Journalism: Media in the Information Age not only helps readers to understand today’s media environment but also prepares them to face the existing challenges. Distinguished editors, experts, academics and journalists join to examine these challenges from various angles, including some of the major contemporary trends, issues and processes in governance, institutions, administration and development, among others. The book fairly and objectively discusses a critical discipline that is at the crossroads."--Back cover.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Section I Edito's experiences -- Chapter 1 The last word -- Chapter 2 Playing little games -- Chapter 3 Credibility is the key -- Chapter 4 Reaching out to people -- Chapter 5 Coping with the times -- Chapter 6 Who gives a damn? -- Section II Digital media -- Chapter 7 Online challenges -- Chapter 8 The talking point -- Chapter 9 Old dynamics, new approaches -- Chapter 10 Multimedia mosaic -- Section III Media Laws -- Chapter 11 Free speech -- Chapter 12 Elections and the media -- Chapter 13 Risky choice -- Section IV Special areas -- Chapter 14 The sanctum sanctorum: edit page specialisation -- Chapter 15 Keeping confidences: political reporting -- Chapter 16 Monetised media: media ethics -- Chapter 17 Blurring the lines: visual journalism -- Chapter 18 The probing mind: research in journalism -- Chapter 19 The Big story: investigative journalism-- Chapter 20 Areas of neglect: media and development -- Chapter 21 Partner in development: development journalism -- On the ecological footprint: media and environment -- Chapter 23 Smart initiatives: smart cities -- Section V Reporting and editing -- Chapter 24 Keeping it simple: techniqes and editing -- Chapter 25 Word artist at work: subeditor's role -- Chapter 26 Newsmakers at the statesman: desk's duties -- Chapter 27 Chasing the story: reporter's responsibilities -- Chapter 28 The adventure of reporting: reporting and writing.

"A Handbook of Journalism: Media in the Information Age not only helps readers to understand today’s media environment but also prepares them to face the existing challenges. Distinguished editors, experts, academics and journalists join to examine these challenges from various angles, including some of the major contemporary trends, issues and processes in governance, institutions, administration and development, among others. The book fairly and objectively discusses a critical discipline that is at the crossroads."--Back cover.

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