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JRN 304

News Reporting Workshop

Newspaper reporters 'work the ER' of journalism. Before others, they see trends emerge, isolate stories that must be told and capture the pulse of what's happening. A reporter who can identify, report and write a front-page story can set the local or even national news agenda. By the end of the semester, students will be able to generate better story ideas and will have honed their newsgathering and writing by doing hands-on assignments. (Replaces JRN 53A/B.)
Weekly Contact: Lab: 6 hrs.
GPA Weight: 2.00
Course Count: 2.00
Billing Units: 2


(JRN 272 and JRN 273) or (JRN 124 and JRN 112 and JRN 125)





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