Broadcast News Producing goes behind the camera and exposes readers to the process of news production from the creation of story ideas to the presentation on air. From a broad theoretical perspective to a direct 'how to' of putting together a newscast, this book covers news producing for television, radio, and the Internet. In addition, the book discusses critical issues facing today's producers, including newsroom leadership, staff management, resource management, newsroom relationships and career planning. Broadcast News Producing is designed for anyone who wants to work in today's broadcast news industry and is an ideal text for any Mass Communication or Journalism course on broadcast news.
|Publication date:||12th October 2004|
|Publisher:||SAGE Publications Inc|
|Categories:||Media, information & communication industries, Television, Media studies,|
Dr. Brad Schultz is an Assistant Professor of Journalism at the University of Mississippi, where he teaches Broadcast News and Sports Broadcasting. Before entering academia, he spent 15 years in local television news at different stations around the country. His experience includes anchoring, reporting, producing, writing, editing, photography and management. Schultz has won awards from the Oklahoma Associated Press and the Cleveland Press Club for reporting and producing. His first book, Sports Broadcasting, came out in 2001.More About Brad Schultz