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Week One: Know your Beat!

Beat: Arts and Culture

Last week was not only about analyzing the beat but also about working on it.

In the previous week, literary icon Intizar Hussain passed away. 165 more words

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Deliberate Subjectivity

News reporting continues its slide into partisanship and deliberate subjectivity.

Many media outlets reported that Fox News won the ratings war over Donald Trump because more people watched the debate than watched Trump’s event for veterans, thus generating a conclusion such as Fox News did not need Donald Trump to earn high ratings or Trump failed to punish the network for its failure to remove Megyn Kelly from her position as moderator. 444 more words

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News Reporting 1: Weeks 3-6

We were told that knowing how to structure a news story is important because it breeds confidence. Having been introduced to the News Pyramid, I now see how much balance and the right quotes can impact a news story, and can write one adhering to the News Pyramid, inevitably strengthening my news writing skills. 309 more words


Philanthropic Backscratching: the board members of New York City’s top cultural institutions love Lincoln Center

New York City’s cultural world may seem vast, but the thousands of board members that run Manhattan’s cultural institutions are more interconnected than they appear—and they all love Lincoln Center. 978 more words

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