Posts Categorized: Communication

Famous Journalists of Our Time

“I became a journalist to come as close as possible to the heart of the world.” -Henry Luce For budding journalists, perhaps nothing is as important as discovering role models who inspire them toward greatness. Enter the individuals below. Whether demonstrating excellence in their field, innovating writing styles or giving a voice to the voiceless,… Read more »

Great Beginnings: How to Write a Lead

In journalism, the beginning sentences of a news story are everything. Called leads or “ledes,” they must convey essential information, set the tone and entice people to continue reading. If you’re interested in becoming an expert journalist, understanding how to write a lead is a key skill for your toolbox. Tips for Writing Leads Below… Read more »

Press, Politics and Private Ownership: Comparing Global Media Systems

The nature of a country’s media cannot be divorced from its political, cultural or historical context. Comparing media systems provides an opportunity to understand how different nations view the role of the press, journalism and information distribution. Types of Media Systems Below are a few of the most common and influential media systems. Polarized Pluralist… Read more »