Editing and News Management
JOUR 133, Sec. 1; 3 credit units
Monday & Wednesday, 10:45 a.m.-12 noon
Instructor description: Students will be taught the most important
elements of being an editor in a daily newsroom setting. Subjects will include:
- Editing for spelling, grammar, context and accuracy;
- Writing headlines, decks, kickers, cutlines, link text and other teasers
- Generating and focusing story ideas
- Working with reporters and other editors to produce high-quality stories.
Catalog description: Media lab. Designed for the editor serving as
wordsmith and coach, a hands-on approach to copy editing and headline writing
for online and print media.
For More Information
Please contact Prof. Craig, either by phone at 924-3287,
or by e-mail at email@example.com.