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Coloring the News: How Crusading for Diversity Has Corrupted American JournalismColoring the News: How Crusading for Diversity Has Corrupted American Journalism by William McGowan
William McGowan opens the door to the newsrooms at USA Today, the New York Times, the Washington Post and other pillars of the "mainstream press" in this carefully researched investigation of how the quest for "diversity" has affected American journalism. Focusing on coverage of the "diversity issues" of immigration, race, gay rights, feminism and affirmative action, McGowan gives a fascinating analysis of what stories get reported and how.

The Elements of JournalismThe Elements of Journalism by Bill Kovach; Tom Rosenstiel
In this groundbreaking and highly praised handbook, award-winning journalists Bill Kovach and Tom Rosentiel synthesize three years of research, surveys, interviews, and public forums on how to establish ethical standards and restore trust between those who create the news and those who consume it. It is the first book in half a century to outline a theory of journalism and is one of the most provocative and important books ever written about the news.

Web Production for Writers and Journalists by Jason Whittaker
Getting the Whole Story: Reporting and Writing the News by Cheryl J. Gibbs, Tom Warhover
A Journalist's Guide to the Internet: The Net As a Reporting Tool by Christopher Callahan
Writing Narrative Journalism: Inside the Writer's Mind by Stephen G. Bloom
Sports Writing: A Beginner's Guide by Steve Craig
The Journalist's Craft : A Guide to Writing Better Stories< by Dennis Jackson, John Sweeney (editor)
The Values and Craft of American Journalism: Essays from the Poynter Institute by Peter Clark, Cole C. Campbell (Editors)
The Investigative Reporter's Handbook: A Guide to Documents, Databases and Techniques by Brant Houston, Len Bruzzese, Steve Weinberg
Journalism Online by Mike Ward
The Associated Press Guide to Internet Research and Reporting by Frank Bass
Broadcast News Writing Stylebook (2nd Edition) by Robert A. Papper
The Wall Street Journal Guide to Business Style and Usage by Paul R. Martin (Editor)
Broadcast News Writing, Reporting, and Producing by Ted White
How to Write for Magazines: Consumers, Trade and Web by Charles Hampton Harrison
Associated Press Reporting Handbook by Jerry Schwartz
You Can Write a Column by Monica McCabe Car
Associate Press Guide to Newswriting by Rene J. Cappon
The Trust: The Private and Powerful Family Behind the New York Times by Susan E. Tifft, Alex S. Jones
A Journalist's Guide to the Internet: The Net As a Reporting Tool by Christopher Callahan
Journalism After September 11 by Barbie Zelizer, Stuart Allan (editors)


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