The Associated Press Guide To Internet Research And Reporting

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Basic Books, 2002. gada 4. janv. - 172 lappuses
How does a reporter go about researching a story on the Internet and how does one fact check and cite online sources? What are the copyright issues involved in quoting Internet sources? How does one go about selling a story to Internet sites? How does one physically file a story on-line? Answers to these and many more twenty-first-century journalism questions can be found in The Associated Press Guide to Internet Research and Reporting. The final word on the rules of Internet reporting, this comprehensive guide will be the on-line style guide of choice for AP staff, stringers, and journalism students alike.

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Searching the Web 7
The Worlds Best Library 17
ComputerAssisted Reporting 35
Spreadsheets 45
Mapping 83
Statistics 99
Importing Data 105
The Paper Chase 133
Copyright on the Internet by George Gait 143
Index 157

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Frank Bass has been director of computer-assisted reporting at The Associated Press since 1997. He previously worked for several newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal/Texas Journal, the Houston Post, and the Alabama Journal. He is a graduate of Texas Tech University. Bass shared the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for General News Reporting for an examination of Alabama's unusually high infant mortality rate and was the 1993 Texas Headliners Foundation's Reporter of the Year.

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