Across The Genres: How Journalism Is Changing In The 1990s

Guerke, Lani and Hirst, Martin (1996) Across The Genres: How Journalism Is Changing In The 1990s. Australian Journalism Review, 18 1: 117-133.

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Author Guerke, Lani
Hirst, Martin
Title Across The Genres: How Journalism Is Changing In The 1990s
Journal name Australian Journalism Review
Publication date 1996-01-01
Volume 18
Issue 1
Start page 117
End page 133
Subject 400101 Journalism
Abstract Writing is the key element in the dissemination of information. Content is king, whether for online, radio, print, or multimedia journalism. Increasingly converging production and delivery technologies are blurring the distinction between print and broadcast journalism. This has consequences for the teaching of writing skils to university journalism students.
Keyword Writing
Convergence
print journaoism
broadcast journalism
Genres

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: School of Journalism and Communication Publications
 
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