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Journalism

All you need to know to become a freelance journalist or staffer and get paid for what you write!!

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This Journalism Bundle consists the following Professional Career Oriented courses:

  • Journalism Course 1: Journalism
  • Journalism Course 2: Public Speaking, Presentation Skills and PowerPoint Training
  • Journalism Course 3: Proofreading, Copywriting & Creative Writing Complete Course

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Course Curriculum

**Journalism : Journalism **

Journalism - Module 01: Introduction and Principles of Journalism

  • Journalism - Journalism: Introduction to Journalism
  • Journalism - Journalism: Forms of Journalism
  • Journalism - Journalism: Influences on journalism
  • Journalism - Journalism: Principles of Journalism
  • Journalism - Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 02: History and Development of Journalism

  • Journalism - Journalism: The Print Medium
  • Journalism - Journalism: The Broadcast Medium
  • Journalism - Journalism: Journalism on the Internet
  • Journalism - Journalism: Common Threads in The History of UK Journalism
  • Journalism - Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 03: Interviewing

  • Journalism - Journalism: Introduction to Interviewing
  • Journalism - Journalism: The Interviewer’s Skill
  • Journalism - Journalism: Different Types of Interview
    • Journalism - Hard News
    • Journalism - Informational
    • Journalism - Adversarial
    • Journalism - Interpretative
    • Journalism - Personal
    • Journalism - Emotional
    • Journalism - Entertainment
    • Journalism - Actuality
    • Journalism - Telephone or Remote
    • Journalism - Vox Pop and Multiple
    • Journalism - Grabbed
  • Journalism - Journalism: Setting Up the Interview
    • Journalism - Approach
    • Journalism - Body Language
    • Journalism - Using Notes
  • Journalism - Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 04: Newspaper Journalism

    • Journalism - Journalism: Introduction to Newspaper Journalism
    • Journalism - Journalism: Interviewing
      • Journalism - The Face-To-Face Interview
      • Journalism - The Telephone Interviews
    • Journalism - Journalism: Copy Presentation
      • Journalism - Hard News
      • Journalism - Softer News
      • Journalism - Features
  • Journalism - Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 05: News Writing, Production and Reporting

  • Journalism - Journalism: News Writing
    • Journalism - The Principles of News Writing
    • Journalism - Terminology and Techniques
    • Journalism - Styles of Writing
  • Journalism - Journalism: News Production
    • Journalism - Producing a TV Newscast
    • Journalism - Producing a Radio Newscast
  • Journalism - Journalism: News Reporting
    • Journalism - Reporting equipment
    • Journalism - Location shooting
    • Journalism - Audio recording
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 06: Television Journalism

  • Journalism - Journalism: Introduction to Television Journalism
  • Journalism - Journalism: Interviewing
  • Journalism - Journalism: Short Features
    • Journalism - Pre-Production
    • Journalism - Production
    • Journalism - Post-Production
  • Journalism - Journalism: Scripting A Television News Bulletin
  • Journalism - Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 07: Radio Journalism

  • Journalism - Journalism: The Structure of UK radio
    • Journalism - National Radio
    • Journalism - Local Radio
    • BBC Local Radio
    • Commercial Local Radio
    • Digital Radio
    • Internet Radio
    • Access Radio
    • Pirate Radio
  • Journalism: Writing for Radio
    • Writing Cues
    • Language and Grammar
  • Journalism: News Reading/Presenting
    • The News Bulletins
    • Sources of Local News
    • The Emergency Services
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 08: Media Regulatory Bodies

  • Journalism: The Press Complaints Commission (PCC)
  • Journalism: The Radio Authority (RA)
  • Journalism: The Independent Television Commission (ITC)
  • Journalism: The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
  • Journalism: The Broadcasting Standards Commission (BSC)
  • Journalism: The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA)
  • Journalism: The Mechanical Copyright Protection Society (MCPS)
  • Journalism: The Performing Right Society (PRS)
  • Journalism: Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL)
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 09: Writing Skills for Journalists

  • Journalism: Getting Down to It
    • Make A Plan Before You Start
    • Write Straight onto The Keyboard
    • Write Notes to Get Started
    • Revise Your Writing
    • Master the Basics
  • Journalism: Writing News
    • What Is News?
    • Introduction of a News
  • Journalism: Writing Features
    • Guidelines
    • Feature Process
  • Journalism: Writing Reviews
  • Journalism: Glossary of Terms Used in Journalism
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 10: Journalism law

  • Journalism: Introduction and Background
  • Journalism: Types of Law
    • Divisions of the Law
  • Journalism: Structure of the Courts
  • Journalism: Contempt of Court
  • Journalism: Reporting Restrictions in Legal Cases
    • Court Reporting Restrictions
    • Reporting Restrictions on Cases Involving Children and Young People
    • Restrictions on Reporting Sexual Offences
    • Other Main Reporting Restrictions Divorce
  • Journalism: Election law
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 11: Defamation

  • Journalism: What Is Defamation
  • Journalism: Defamation Act 2013
    • Defamation Act 2013: Key Areas
  • Journalism: Defences
  • Journalism: Defamation and Human Rights
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 12: Journalism Ethics

  • Journalism: What Are Ethics?
  • Journalism: What Makes a Good Journalist?
    • Morality and Truth
    • The Right to Respect for Privacy
    • Freedom of Speech
  • Journalism: Copyright
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 13: Health and Safety for Journalists

  • Journalism: Introduction to Health and Safety
  • Journalism: Health and Safety at Work
  • Journalism: The Main Elements of Health and Safety Law
  • Journalism: Reporting in Hostile Environments
  • Journalism: Reporting Sports Events
  • Journalism: Working As a Freelance
  • Journalism: A Summary of Additional Regulations
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 14: Niche Journalism

  • Journalism: What Is Niche Journalism?
  • Journalism: Importance of Niche Journalism
  • Journalism: Introduction to Sports Journalism
    • Sports Journalism in the 21st Century
    • Sports Journalism in a Changing Newspaper Market
  • Journalism: Broadcasting, Sports Journalism and Entertainment
    • Television and Sports Journalism
    • Sports News in The Digital Age
  • Journalism: Travel Journalism
    • Travel Journalism and the Lifestyle
  • Journalism: Fashion Journalism
  • Journalism: Writing Fashion News and Features
    • Writing Fashion News
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 15: Tips on Writing a Good Feature Story

  • Journalism: What Is Feature Writing?
    • The Role of The Feature
    • Who Is the Feature Writer?
  • Journalism: Different Types of Features
    • Descriptive and Colour Writing
    • Personality-Celebrity Features
    • Seasonal Features
    • Entertainment Features and Critical Writing
    • Writing Product Reviews for Consumers
    • Other Forms of Reviews and Criticism
  • Journalism: Key Skills of a Feature Writer
  • Journalism: How to Get Quotes
    • Dealing with Quotes
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 16: Online and Freelance Journalism

  • Journalism: Introduction to Online Journalism
  • Journalism: Dos and Don’ts of Online Journalism
  • Journalism: Freelance Journalism: An Introduction
    • Is It for You?
    • Getting Started
    • What Equipment Do you Need to Set Up?
    • What Do You Know About?
  • Journalism: Top Ten Tips for Freelance Journalism
  • Journalism: Summary

Journalism - Module 17: Becoming a Journalist

  • Journalism: Career in Journalism
  • Journalism: Training for Newspaper Journalism
    • Pre-entry
    • Direct Entry/ In-House
  • Journalism: Training for Magazine Journalism
    • Pre-entry
    • Direct Entry/ In-House
  • Journalism: Training for Broadcast Journalism
    • Pre-entry
    • Direct Entry/ In-House
  • Journalism: Additional Training Providers and Associations
    • Other Sources of Information
  • Journalism: Summary

Certification

After studying the course materials of the Journalism there will be a written assignment test which you can take either during or at the end of the course. After successfully passing the test you will be able to claim the pdf certificate for free. Original Hard Copy certificates need to be ordered at an additional cost of £8.

Who is this course for?

This Journalism does not require you to have any prior qualifications or experience. You can just enrol and start learning.

Requirements

This Journalism was made by professionals and it is compatible with all PC’s, Mac’s, tablets and smartphones. You will be able to access the course from anywhere at any time as long as you have a good enough internet connection.

Career path

This Journalism will help you to brighten up your CV while exploring the following jobs -

  • Journalist
  • Data Journalist
  • Financial Journalist
  • Digital Journalist
  • Digital Sport Journalists
  • News Editor
  • Copywriter
  • Media & PR Executive
  • Digital Content Manager

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