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Television Programme Production: Various Activities Studios Use To Produce a Show

Television Programme Production: Various Activities Studios Use To Produce a Show

In spite of the fact that India produces the maximum number of films each year, quality books and magazines related to the production of programmes for television channels and even those related to cinema, video, and television are difficult to find. To pave this gap, the two writers have penned down their years of experience and knowledge of television films in this book. Television is no longer merely a source of entertainment or income. This book is very informative for readers who are interested in television programme production. In this book, all processes and equipment used in the production of a television programme have been explained with the help of pictures and diagrams. This is definitely a multi-dimensional book in its own right, and will definitely prove to be very helpful to the readers who are interested in knowing more about the subject. The Hindi version of the book has received the prestigious “Bhartendu Harishchander Award 2008” under media and mass Communication category. The Awards are given annually by the Ministry of information and broadcasting. #E.

The Elements of Journalism

The Elements of Journalism

A comprehensive and important guide to the ethics, theory and practice of journalism, fully updated and revised to tackle the challenges journalists face in the world of digital media. In the five years since the previous edition of The Elements of Journalism, online media has grown even more influential. Readers are now getting their news from an incredibly diverse array of sources, from Twitter and Facebook to Gawker and Gothamist. The public also has constant access to the news; they can pull up breaking stories on their phones and tablets in an instant. With print media in decline, news stories can be living documents, constantly updating as new information rolls in. This fast-paced world of online media puts a great deal of pressure on journalists, who hold themselves to high standards of truth and responsibility. The Elements of Journalism seeks to teach journalists, aspiring journalists and the public about the standards that journalists must hold themselves to and how to ensure they meet them, even in a world where the pace just keeps increasing.

Key Features:

  • Important Updates: New and seasoned journalists alike need to know how to work effectively in the fast-paced digital environment-and citizens need to know how to make sense of the news in an age of information overload. The new material, which will focus on the digital transition, will help ensure that The Elements of Journalism will remain one of the industry's go-to books in coming years.
  • Academic Market: The Elements of Journalism is one of the strongest academic sellers on the Three Rivers Press list. The previous edition has been assigned to over 47,000 students in more than 350 courses at 270 colleges nationwide. Academic marketing has consistently and effectively promoted the title and will continue to do so for the new edition.
  • Consistent Sales: We have sold over 110,000 copies in two editions since the book was first published in 2001. The 2007 edition is in its 12th printing and continues to sell steadily.

Newspaper English

Newspaper English

The first sentence of a news story, or the lead, should not have more than 25 words.. A sentence in a newspaper should have average 15-20 words.. Newspaper language should be plain, clear, and simple. It must be easy to understand for ordinary readers..

Generations of great journalists and media teachers in the West and in India have given such guidelines to their students and young journalists. These veterans include Sir Harold Evans, Martin Cutts, and our own Jyoti Sanyal, Editor, The Statesman's Style Book.

Yet, Indian newspapers carry stories with leads replete with long-winded sentences, often with as many as 90 words.

So? How does it matter? Prof Dr Kiran Thakur's qualitative study demonstrated that lay readers find it difficult to quickly understand such stories. His research showed that journalists often use words that readers do not know.

Is there a way to improve the situation? Prof Thakur came out with a solution after experimenting for over seven years under a UGC-funded study. The study and the solution form the basis of this book, Newspaper English. He tested Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease and Flesch-Kincaid Level readability index as a tool to edit news. And look, how simple it is to edit news and features using the formulae. The book is a useful guide to students and teachers of print and online publications. Useful also to students and teachers of Management, Social Sciences, and English language.

Subversive Copy Editor, 2e - Advice from Chicago (or, How to Negotiate Good Relationships with Your Writers, Your Colleagues, and Yourself) (Chicago Guides to Writing, Editing, and Publishing)

Subversive Copy Editor, 2e - Advice from Chicago (or, How to Negotiate Good Relationships with Your Writers, Your Colleagues, and Yourself) (Chicago Guides to Writing, Editing, and Publishing)

Longtime manuscript editor and Chicago Manual of Style guru Carol Fisher Saller has negotiated many a standoff between a writer and editor refusing to compromise on the "rights" and "wrongs" of prose styling. Saller realized that when these sides squared off, it was often the reader who lost. In her search for practical strategies for keeping the peace, The Subversive Copy Editor was born. Saller's ideas struck a chord, and the little book with big advice quickly became a must-have reference for copy editors everywhere. In this second edition, Saller adds new chapters, on the dangers of allegiance to outdated grammar and style rules and on ways to stay current in language and technology. She expands her advice for writers on formatting manuscripts for publication, on self-editing, and on how not to be "difficult." Saller's own gaffes provide firsthand (and sometimes humorous) examples of exactly what not to do. The revised content reflects today's publishing practices while retaining the self-deprecating tone and sharp humor that helped make the first edition so popular. Saller maintains that through carefulness, transparency, and flexibility, editors can build trust and cooperation with writers. The Subversive Copy Editor brings a refreshingly levelheaded approach to the classic battle between writers and editors. This sage advice will prove useful and entertaining to anyone charged with the sometimes perilous task of improving the writing of others.

How to Write Short

How to Write Short

America's most influential writing teacher offers an engaging and practical guide to effective short-form writing.

In HOW TO WRITE SHORT, Roy Peter Clark turns his attention to the art of painting a thousand pictures with just a few words. Short forms of writing have always existed-from ship logs and telegrams to prayers and haikus. But in this ever-changing Internet age, short-form writing has become an essential skill. Clark covers how to write effective and powerful titles, headlines, essays, sales pitches, Tweets, letters, and even self-descriptions for online dating services. With examples from the long tradition of short-form writing in Western culture, HOW TO WRITE SHORT guides writers to crafting brilliant prose, even in 140 characters.

Flood and Fury: Ecological Devastation in the Western Ghats (City Plans)

Flood and Fury: Ecological Devastation in the Western Ghats (City Plans)

The floods that devastated large parts of Kerala in 2018 were not an isolated, freak phenomenon; rather, they signalled something graver-the ecological devastation of the Western Ghats.
Made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2012, the Ghats have become increasingly vulnerable to serious ecological damage, threatening the sustenance of their people. The 2018 floods were a wake-up call for the region spanning 1600 kilometres and six states-Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Goa, Maharashtra and Gujarat-that form an ecosystem older than the Himalayas.
Travelling in this region, documenting the devastating large-scale mining, quarrying, deforestation and mismanagement of water resources, at the same time mapping its culture, history and ecology, Viju B. investigates the crisis in the Western Ghats and suggests policy measures urgently required to mitigate it.

India My Love

India My Love

This is the extraordinary story of Dominique lapierre’s love affair with India, from his first 20, 000 kilometre drive across the subcontinent in a veteran silver cloud Rolls-Royce gathering unique testimonies for his epic account of India’s independence, to his later encounters with the country disinherited and its saints, who taught him a wonderful lesson in sharing and hope and gave birth to the internationally renowned book and film, “the city of joy”. it is a tale of maharajas and rickshaw pullers, of interviews with Indira Gandhi and the brother of Gandhian assassin, of life-changing meetings with mother Teresa and the victims of the Bhopal disaster, of pig sticking on horseback, of life in the slums with a Swiss nurse and of saving a home for children affected by Leprosy. Above all, it is an insight into how India, with its immense mosaic of people and fascinating culture stole a Frenchman's heart and turned his life into a testimony to the fact that “all that is not given is lost”.

BHDA101 News Paper and Feature Writing (IGNOU Help book for BHDA-101 in Hindi Medium)

BHDA101 News Paper and Feature Writing (IGNOU Help book for BHDA-101 in Hindi Medium)

BHDA-101 News Paper and Feature Writing Contents Covered 1. Newspaper and Feature Writing 2. Feature Writing in Different Areas and on Specific Topics 3. Writing for Specific Classes 4. Literary Writing, Interviews and Portrait Question PaperDecember 2011 (Hal Sahit) June 2012 (Hal Sahit) December 2012(Hal Sahit) June 2013(Hal Sahit) December 2013(Hal Sahit) June 2014 December 2014 June 2015 December 2015 June 2016 December 2016 June 2017 (Hal Sahit)

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