Encyclopaedia of Editing and Reporting (Volume 1 to 4)

ISBN Number : 978-81-8488-826-3

Library Price : Rs.4000

Library Dollar Price : 160$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2010

No. Of Pages : 1448

Book Weight :0

About The Book

In the area of journalism, Editing and Reporting are two most significant aspects of journalism and media today. Editing once understood as dull, onerous and prosaic, has now assumed a new status in this age of electronics. People have begun shredding old notions about editing and show unparalleled interest in it. Their outlook has undergone a sea change. All this could be possible due to advanced technology and much better financial prospects. With the advancement of technology, there have emerged many an opportunities for career as an editor for those, who have special liking for it. An editor is generally, regarded as a person responsible for formatting a newspaper, after making necessary changes in the matter, which demand through study of the happenings and events all around and the ability to analyses and synthesis them as required. The reporter is the second most important plank in a journalistic organization, after editor. Thanks to information technology beyond believing. This set of books, stand apart from other books for the variety of issues addressed and the overall quality. This would prove more useful as a ready-reference for scholars, media-professionals, students, intellectuals and as well as general readers.


Book Content of Encyclopaedia of Editing and Reporting (Volume 1 to 4)

Volume I

      Preface
    1. Editorial Functioning
    2. Editorial Qualities
    3. Team of Editors
    4. Merits of An Editor
    5. Editor`s Duties
    6. Editor`s Responsibilities
    7. Copy Editing
    8. Creative Side of Editing
    9. Accomplishment of the Task
      Bibliography
      Index

Volume II

      Preface
    1. News Editing
    2. Framework of News Editing
    3. News Selection by Editor
    4. Editing a Magazine
    5. Editing of News Magazines
    6. Editorial Writing
    7. Writing for Newspapers
    8. Importance of Writing
    9. Editor as Writer
    10. Editors as Critic and Reviewer
    11. Reporter`s Responsibility towards Editors
      Bibliography
      Index
Volume III
      Preface
    1. Techniques of Reporting
    2. Capable Reporters
    3. Skill for Reporting
    4. Fundamentals of Reporting
    5. Dimensions of Reporting
    6. Areas for Reporting
    7. Reporting with Great Effect
    8. Conception of News Reporting
    9. Selection of News by Reporters
      Bibliography
      Index
Volume IV
      Preface
    1. Professional Reporting
    2. News Reporting
    3. Special News Reporting
    4. Significance of News Reporting
    5. News Presentation by Reporting
    6. Presenting News Stories by Reporters
    7. Reporting of Common Nature
    8. Socially Relevant Reporting
    9. Purposeful Reporting
    10. Reporting on National Development
    11. Reporting on Economic and Social Matters
    12. Specified News Reporting
    13. Crime Reporting
    14. Powerful Job of Reporting
    15. People Related Reporting
      Bibliography
      Index

About The Author

Dr. Rao Arif AU Khan, a senior faculty member at Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh is an AMU product. He is a prolific writer and scholar, in his own right. For years, he has devoted himself to research and serious writing. Lately, he has focused his attention on journalism and media studies. He has several books to his credit. This is his latest work on the subject. Currently, he is engaged in his project on Journalism in India.

Dr. M.H. Syed, prolific writer and scholar in his own right, is a specialist in educational subjects. An academic to the core, he is totally devoted to research and serious writing. Of late, he has been focusing on various matters, concerning education. He has several books to his credit. In addition to the present work, he is currently engaged in a project on "Education for All." 

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