Fewer editors in the newsroom mean that reporters have to step up their self-editing game.
In last months article, Jeff Rowe talked to us about purging cliches and reduncancies. This month, he continues with jargon, technical language and legal pillows.
Nearly four years ago, and ten years removed from college, I embarked on a project to help young journalists in ways I felt I had missed.
Cliches sap the life out of a story just like a whiff of sewage can ruin a supper party. Unfortunately, broadcast, web and print news writing is soaked with cliches. We have a profusion of raging brushfires, heavy winds and tragic accidents.
Shooting interviews for your next video project? Follow these tips to make your interviewees comfortable and get the best results.