International radio journalism : history, theory and practice / Tim Crook.

Author
Crook, Tim, 1959- [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London ; New York : Routledge, 1998.
Description
x, 308 pages ; 24 cm.

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Subject(s)
Series
Notes
Includes glossary (p. 122-176).
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. 287-299) and index.
Contents
  • Pt. I. Introduction: Practice, Theory and History. 1. From Box Room to Digital Control Room. 2. Basic Skills, Listening and Contacts. 3. Experience, Print Media, Languages and Multimedia. 4. Attitudes and News. 5. Objectivity and Theory
  • Pt. II. Radio Journalism History: Origins to 1939. 6. The Origins. 7. The Political and Journalistic Use of Early Recording Technology. 8. Early Radio Journalism. 9. The Political Dimension of Sound Journalism. 10. Sport: a springboard for spontaneity. 11. Radio Drama: a source of innovation and sensational treatment. 12. Appeasement and Fascism: radio's response through journalism
  • Pt. III. Practice Skills and Contemporary Practice. 13. The Voice and the A to Z of Presentation. 14. Using Portable Equipment. 15. Writing Radio News. Glossary of Radio News and A to Z of Vocabulary and Principles
  • Pt. IV. The Second World War: From Adolescence to Adulthood. 16. The Phoney War and the Fall of France.
  • 17. The Holocaust and Other Horrors. 18. Dieppe, Pearl Harbor, D-Day and other Campaigns
  • Pt. V. International Media Law for Radio Journalists. 19. Defamation. 20. Contempt of Court, Access to Court Proceedings and Other Restrictions. 21. Sources, Election Law and Other Matters
  • Pt. VI. Modern Styles of Radio Reporting and Journalism. 22. The History and Development of UK Independent Radio Journalism. 23. Contrasting Styles of Contemporary Radio Journalism.
ISBN
  • 0415096723 (hbk. : alk. paper)
  • 0415096731 (pbk. : alk. paper)
LCCN
97016886
OCLC
36915946
RCP
C - S
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