Objectives: To understand how to find good ideas for journalist reports, and how to make research on them, structure, write, and edit them. Practicing the work of a journalist: data, character, context and narrative. Methodology: theoretical-practical workshop. Content: What is reporting? How is a good report like? Where do the ideas come from? How to choose the ideas that reflect what is happening in our time? Attractive ideas for journalists vs. attractive ideas for people. The keys for a good report and the key sources. How to tell what we are told and what actually happened. How to make up the story. Journalist writing on the Internet.
InstructorUrrego Gonzalez Gloria
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