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Carole Rich, M. Ed., is a professor of new media and former Atwood Chair of Journalism. Professor Rich was the Clyde M. Reed Distinguished Professor of Journalism at the University of Kansas, where she also directed the graduate program. She is the author of a journalism textbook, Writing and Reporting News: A Coaching Method, and Creating Online Media: A Guide to Research, Writing and Design on the Internet. Carole Rich, the author of books on reporting and the World Wide Web, served in the Atwood chair from 1998-2000 and is now a permanent member of the faculty. She was a reporter for the former Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, city editor of the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Sun-Sentinel and deputy metropolitan editor of the Hartford (Connecticut) Courant.
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Writing and Reporting News
| ||Writing and Reporting News: A Coaching Method helps you write compellingly for print, broadcast and online media. Carole Rich's nationally acclaimed book emphasized the process of writing and reporting, all the while offering invaluable "Coaching Tips" that focus your attention on anticipating problems and discovering solutions for yourself. |
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Creating Online Media
| ||If you are looking for a book on how to create fantastic websites, this is not the book for you. This text books deals mainly with the written content of a website. It is all from the angle of a journalist's point of view for writing serious content on the web. The author has understood that technology would almost make the book obsolete the day it was published, so she has links at the end of each chapter to her own website which keeps the text up-to-date. This is a great source for novice webjournalists. |