These free, self-instructional exercises address issues of grammar, usage and AP style that students may encounter in newswriting. The Newsroom 101 site creators developed over 2,000 interactive lessons for journalists, professional writers, college students, high-school students and others who are learning or reviewing journalistic language. Continue reading
Becoming a master of style is just as important as collecting great content. Print, broadcast and web all require great writing that is similar. AP Style is still king. Accuracy is a requirement and great grammar is imperative.
The least understood medium is the web. We are still learning how people consume content and what type of content is most effective on which type of device whether it be a desktop computer, laptop, reader, iPad or smart phone.
Here are some helpful thoughts for developing your own skill as a web content creator.
Need a quick explanation of ohms, watts, sound pressure levels and dynamic range? Who would you call? What if you want an explanation of lighting heat signatures and their importance?
Could you plot the area of a sphere covered by an electronic signal beamed from a distant moving source? Do you need to determine the amount of lumber required to construct a 30-foot cyclorama and cove curved horizontally and vertically so that light refracts rather than reflects? Continue reading