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JOUR 2300: Principles of News: Introduction

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JOUR 2300: Principles of News

Understanding the fundamentals of news and news gathering through lectures, discussions, group projects, hands-on activities, guest speakers and multimedia to educate students on the skills, methods and practices of the twenty-first century journalist. Introduction to the business of journalism, audience information needs, reader/viewer engagement and news judgment. Students also learn news writing and reporting principles used in print, photojournalism, broadcast and digital/online journalism.

Prerequisite(s): None.

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