By Rick Thompson
Publish 12 months note: First released in 2004 - first edition
'This is a wonderful booklet which mixes the infrequent mix of top of the range info with humour. the fashion of writing engages the reader from the creation and the event and perception of the writer sometimes makes it tricky to place down, an extraordinary characteristic of a textbook. i might unreservedly suggest this booklet not just to these learning journalism yet to scholars of language and all who use the spoken and written note because the fabrics in their work.' Barry Turner, Nottingham Trent University
Writing for Broadcast newshounds publications readers throughout the major transformations among the written and the spoken models of journalistic English. it is going to support broadcast newshounds at each degree in their careers to prevent such pitfalls because the use of newspaper-English, universal linguistic mistakes, and Americanised words, and provides functional suggestion on actual terminology and pronunciation, whereas encouraging writers to trap the immediacy of the spoken observe of their scripts.
Writing for Broadcast reporters includes:
• sensible the way to steer clear of ‘journalese’, clichés and jargon
• suggestions on tailoring your writing kind to fit a selected audience
• recommendation on changing company reproduction into spoken English
• writing to tv pictures
• examples of scripts from the very best within the business
• an appendix of ‘dangerous’ phrases and words to be refrained from in scripts.
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Lowe had been graduated from Northeastern University with a law degree and began working at WEAN in 1931. In the early days of radio, broadcasters assumed many roles. In his career at WEAN, Lowe worked as an announcer, did sports and general reporting, presided over concerts and quiz shows, and even sold time. He became best known for a daily man-in-the-street show called Sidewalk Backtalk, which was broadcast live in front of the Crown Hotel in downtown Providence, where WEAN’s studios were located.
On one occasion, he ripped pages out of a book of Shakespeare to stuﬀ into wet shoes. Therese, furious, called for reinforcements: family friend Joel J. (Joe) Pincus came over and punched Ferd. 24 Ferd’s cousin Carolene was the daughter of Harry and Cordelia Wachenheimer, in whose home Ferd spent considerable time to get away from his mother’s anxious scrutiny. Cordelia, called Cordie, had attended college and exhibited a lively interest in literature and current aﬀairs. She and Therese lived near each other in Providence and spoke daily.
Around this time Friendly also received good news from home. Decca Records had expressed interest in issuing on vinyl the one thousand segments of Footprints in the Sands of Time that Friendly had produced for WEAN. Would he accept a fee of “25 each”? 4 In November 1942, Clark drew on his journalism training to establish an ambitious education and orientation program at Camp Kohler, and Friendly emerged as his chief aide. The premise behind their eﬀorts was that an informed soldier would be a more motivated and eﬀective combatant.
Writing for Broadcast Journalists (2nd Edition) by Rick Thompson