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Name: John
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About Me:
What has remained constant in my lifetime has been the basic purpose of a news story today: to present the information the reader needs to be informed.
Interests and Hobbies:In my early journalism days, the rule of thumb was to present the five W’s (Who, What, Where, When and Why), with a sixth (how) often added. That really hasn’t changed; what has changed is how those necessary details are offered to the reader. No longer does the lead of the story have to contain those facts. Now the story may be told straightforward as in the past, in narrative style or in some combination of the two.

Favorite Movies and Shows:When I was new in the business, it was clear that the facts get presented first, so the editor could cut the story easily from the end without losing anything vital. Now it’s not that clear.

Favorite Music: However the story in constructed, what remains unchanged is that good writing is good writing, bad writing is bad writing. To that end I suggest two books that were written back in the 1980s but that - like good writing - never go out of style.

Favorite Books:“On Writing Well,” by William Zinsser, and “The Word, an Associated Press Guide to Good Newswriting,” by Rene J. (Jack) Cappon are small books with big thoughts. In simple language they tell you what you need to know. They are invaluable resources for anyone interested in newswriting, or just in good writing.

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