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Hayden CE C

Feature Story An article of special interest with a quality other than timeless as a main attraction
5 W's and an H Who, What, When, Where, Why and How. The key questions answered by a summary lead
Follow-Up A news story written after an event has occurred
Freedom of Information Act U.S law ensuring public access to U.S Government records upon written request
Headline Lines of display type printed above a newspaper story, calling attention to relative importance and attracting readers
Journalism The collecting, writing, editing and presenting of news
journalist Someone who works in the news gathering business
In-Depth Report A story that goes beyond the surface to discover the news behind the news
Indirect Quote Using a version of a speakers words without quotation marks
Inverted Pyramid A method of writing a story using a summary lead and facts in diminishing order of importance
Created by: chayden