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  • Broadcast News Producingby Brad Schultz

    SAGE Publications 2004; US$ 73.00

    Broadcast News Producing is one of the first comprehensive texts in its field. While until now most broadcast journalism textbooks have been geared toward students who want careers on-camera, Broadcast News Producing goes behind the camera to teach students the hows and whys of putting together compelling news programs for television, radio, and... more...

  • Who Killed Daniel Pearlby Bernard-Henri Lévy

    Hardie Grant Books 2004; US$ 12.50

    In a ground-breaking book that combines a novelist’s eye with rivetting investigative journalism, Bernard-Henri Lévy, one of the world’s most esteemed writers, retraces Pearl’s final steps through a murky Islamic underworld, suffused by “an odour of the apocalypse.” The investigation plunges Lévy into his own heart... more...

  • Desperately Seeking Ethicsby Howard Good

    Scarecrow Press 2004; US$ 43.50

    Not just another media ethics book, this engaging and unconventional text breaks away from the usual practice of presenting the ethical theories of well-known philosophers in watered-down form. Instead, the contributors select a poem, movie, song, speech, or other cultural document, analyze it for implied or explicit ethical lessons, and then apply... more...

  • News Narratives and News Framingby Karen S. Johnson-Cartee

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2004; US$ 48.00

    News Narratives and News Framing is a revealing look at how the media's construction of news affects our political, economic, and social realities. In this introduction to the theory behind news framing, Karen Johnson-Cartee pulls together elements from communication, journalism, politics, and sociology to create a picture of how news forms these... more...

  • The Layers of Magazine Editingby Michael Robert Evans

    Columbia University Press 2004; US$ 36.99

    Unlike the myriad writing manuals that emphasize grammar, sentence structure, and other skills necessary for entry-level editing jobs, this engaging book adopts a broader view, beginning with the larger topics of audience, mission, and tone, and working its way down, layer by layer, to the smaller questions of grammar and punctuation. more...

  • Online News and the Publicby Michael B. Salwen; Bruce Garrison; Paul D. Driscoll

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 59.95

    This volume offers unique and timely insights on the state of online news, exploring the issues surrounding this convergence of print and electronic platforms, and the public's response to it. It provides an overview of online newspapers, including current trends and legal issues and covering issues of credibility and perceptions by online news users.... more...

  • Married to Geniusby Jeffrey Meyers

    Oldcastle Books 2005; US$ 8.99

    Married to Genius considers the emotional and artistic commitment in the marriages of nine modern writers, Tolstoy, Shaw, Conrad, Joyce, Woolf, Mansfield, Lawrence, Hemmingway and Scott Fitzgerald. The book reveals the way these major writers attempted to integrate life and art and to resolve the conflict between domestic and creative fulfilment. more...

  • Thinking Clearlyby Tom Rosenstiel; Amy Mitchell

    Columbia University Press 2005; US$ 34.99

    Written by professional journalists and classroom-tested at schools of journalism, these case studies are designed to provoke conversation about the issues that shape the production and presentation of the news in the new media age of the twenty-first century. The case studies cover a range of topics -- the commercial imperatives of newsroom culture,... more...

  • Pulitzer's Schoolby James Boylan

    Columbia University Press 2005; US$ 59.99

    Marking the centennial of the founding of Columbia University's school of journalism, this candid history of the school's evolution is set against the backdrop of the ongoing debate over whether journalism canor shouldbe taught in America's universities. Originally known as "the Pulitzer School" in honor of its chief benefactor, the newspaper magnate... more...

  • The Making of Arab Newsby Noha Mellor

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2005; US$ 34.00

    Since September 11, Arab and American journalists have been trading barbs, accusing each other of bias and a lack of objectivity. But is news coverage in Arab countries all that different from American coverage? The Making of Arab News draws comparisons, including examples of Arabic news language and their English translations, to show how Arab news... more...