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Best Practices #2: A good lead.

12/05/2010 Leave a comment

Standard journalistic practice, but not not one to be overlooked. My favorite recent example:

When we here about a big storm coming the lines at the grocery store inevitably grow long as people pack plastic water bottles, double a batteries, and other survival necessities. What people can’t buy in grocery stores however, is information.
Surviving a Disaster
 

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Best Practices–Interviews

12/04/2010 Leave a comment

A number of class bloggers have mentioned using interviews within their blogs.  Michelle Jackson has given an excellent example of how this can be done with her post on Pablo Suarez (Red Cross) – Games create dialogue.

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journoterrorist

nothing's more hypocritical than a thin-skinned journalist

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Thoughtful analysis or bloviation? Your call.

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connecting people - strengthening genocide prevention networks