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After reading Chapter 9, you should know and understand:

  • how news stories come together at radio and TV stations;
  • what a typical broadcast news script looks like;
  • how broadcast newswriting differs from print journalism in terms of style, syntax, punctuation, tone, structure and technique;
  • how to write radio news reports; and
  • the terms and formats commonly used at TV stations.

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