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Writing news for newspapers and websites typically demands conformity to a style that promotes clarity and ease of reading, and includes a publication’s house style, that inflexible set of rules that ensures things—from minutiae like monetary values...
The public right to know is of particular significance when considering the reporting of crime and criminal justice. The internet has demonstrated strong influences upon crime reporting in mainstream media, including the range of material it...
Chapter One covers journalistic skills for the new millennium and my favourite subject CAR- computer assisted reporting. Other simply presented chapters include explaining the jargon of the Net, managing bookmarks, email for newsgathering,...
The universities of the South Pacific and Papua New Guinea have played pioneering roles in the development of media education resources in the South Pacific. One student training newspaper was the first online publication in the region and another,...
Today, as more people become interested in what is happening outside their village, province and South Pacific nation, more and more technological expertise is required to satisfy their interest. Information Technologies for Newspaper Publishing in...
News breaks—or develops—on the Net these days with remarkable ease. News organisations are without the Internet at their peril. At the Commonwealth Journalists Association conference in Hong Kong during January, the Pacific delegation heard a...
Now a new venture by the Pactok organisation has created on-line access to locally produced news from the South-West Pacific region. 
From virtually no news website of real substance in the South Pacific in 1995, there are now three daily newspapers with regular Web links, two monthly news magazines, two weekly newspapers, one fortnightly paper, a biannual media journal and a...
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