By Adams Sally
Interviewing for Journalistsfocuses at the many varieties of interviewing, from the regimen highway interview, vox pop and press convention to the interview used because the foundation of an in-depth profile.
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Sometimes I’ll turn on CNN and they’ll say ‘‘a source is saying,’’ and it’s me. And it’s some piece of junk’, Drudge commented. ‘That bugs the hell out of me’ (cited in Washington Post, 19 May 1997). Most of the site’s information is derived from his near-constant monitoring of other internet sites, wire services, newspapers (especially those available online in the middle of the night), television newscasts and talk 40 ONLINE NEWS radio. Readers themselves, some of whom have proven to be surprisingly well placed in the corridors of power, are frequently forthcoming with emails containing hot tips, story leads or comments.
Did the press kill her? ’ (cited in Modesto Bee, 9 September 1997). princess-diana), seeing in the crash sufficient grounds to suspect foul play. Interestingly, from the very outset of the online coverage, various 28 ONLINE NEWS commentators were predicting that photographs of the accident scene would find their way on to the web. The Paris police had moved quickly to try to confiscate the film shot by the paparazzi (one of whom was beaten by angry witnesses at the scene), and a number of newspapers made it clear to their readers that they would refuse to pay for images depicting the accident’s victims.
For their audiences, taking care to explain the attendant terminology to the uninitiated (still assumed to be the majority of readers at the time). Brian MacArthur, writing in The Times, sought to consider the apparent implications for the press. National newspaper editors, he pointed out, had regarded the guilty verdict to be the most significant news story for over a week. ’ More than the back and forth of the murder case itself was the fact that it revolved around a ‘British woman at bay in an American courtroom and a suspicion that she was found guilty simply because she was British’.
Interviewing for Journalists by Adams Sally