This course is designed to develop, improve, and professionalize students’ reporting, story development and storytelling skills -- from the discovery of subject matter and characters to the creation of a well-told news story.Read more
Students study interview techniques in the classroom and engage in field work with news-making interviewees. Guests with specific types of interviewing experiences may join the class during the term. Guest lecturers who use the interview in their work periodically may speak to the class. Three...Read more
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