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ELONCOM 110Amanda SturgillSpring

COM 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Crowdsourcing, Interactive Media

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ELONCOM 100William AndersonSpring

COM 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Carmike Cinemas, Hollywood Blacklist, Disposable And Discretionary Income

Hollywood has becomes america"s storyteller; movies tell communal stories that evoke and symbolize our most enduring values and our secret desires: ear
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ELONCOM 110Amanda SturgillSpring

COM 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Sound Bite

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Broadcast news is different than other types of journalism. There has to be some emotional appeal and realism to it, and more often it requires less ef
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ELONCOM 100William AndersonSpring

COM 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Nicotine, Hyperbole, Puffery

Product placement: the purchase of spaces for particular goods to appear in a tv show, movie, or music video. Market researchers routinely weight consu
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ELONCOM 100William AndersonSpring

COM 100 Chapter 14: COM 100 Ch.14 notes

The culture of journalism: values, ethics, and democracy: modern journalism in the information age. Too much unchecked data and too little thoughtful d
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ELONCOM 110Amanda SturgillSpring

COM 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Infographic, Photo Caption, Speedwriting

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Journalists apply news judgement: their ability to determine which stories are most interesting and important to readers. Must decide which topics are
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ELONCOM 110Amanda SturgillSpring

COM 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Lowkey, Jargon, Cherry Picking

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The chapter opens with a brief description of what public relations is. Harrower breaks it down into information, the facts, details and goals of an or
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ELONCOM 110Amanda SturgillSpring

COM 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: British Association For Immediate Care

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Chapter three begins with an emphasis on news writing basics reporting the facts. According to harrower, the facts tell a story, and they let readers f
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ELONCOM 110Amanda SturgillSpring

COM 110 Chapter 3: "Newswriting Basics"

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Assembling your stories with the best facts you can find. The facts tell the story and let readers form their own opinions. In journalism, usually maxi
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ELONCOM 110Amanda SturgillSpring

COM 110 Chapter 4: "Reporting Basics"

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You need to be ready to report no matter what the scale. In the aftermath, you may need to write a follow-up story. Be prepared at any moment, move fas
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ELONCOM 110Amanda SturgillSpring

COM 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: British Association For Immediate Care, Staling

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Chapter four starts off discussing the different areas of where stories come from, such as breaking news events, scheduled events, and news releases. D
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