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Learn the principles of journalism and expert storytelling and what it takes to become a reporter
What you’ll learn
Students will learn the fundamentals of journalism and what it takes to become a reporter in today’s media landscape
An interest in journalism is all you need and no experience is necessary
Welcome to your journalism masterclass!
This course is your complete guide to becoming a journalist in today’s fast-paced digital media landscape. The course covers everything about the foundations of journalism and what it takes to become a good storyteller. It will arm you with everything you need to know to become a journalist or reporter no matter where you’re from.
Quality journalism takes practice and a thorough understanding of solid storytelling.
In this course, we’ll explore what it takes to become a journalist and how to start a career in journalism.
We’ll also cover what it means to become a journalist, the responsibilities of a reporter and what it takes to write a compelling story. We’ll also discuss how to be fair and accurate with our reporting, and how to report using digital reporting methods.
Some other things you’ll learn include:
What journalists do
How to find work as a journalist
Media law and ethics
How to boost and maintain your journalistic credibility
How to make a living as a journalist
Components of a great story
How to pursue the truth in journalism
How to work in a fast-paced digital media landscape
This course includes quizzes and tests so that you can test your knowledge and have a general certification by the end of the lectures.
This course has been updated with all the latest hands-on information about journalism today.
I have received formal education and training in journalism from an accredited Canadian university and I have plenty of hands-on training in the media industry including 7 years of multimedia experience.
Who this course is for?
Anybody interested in journalism or becoming a reporter