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WFOR-TV News Director Adrienne Roark created quite a buzz a couple of weeks ago when he shot an entire story using the new iPhone. Poynter’s Al Tompkins chatted with Roark and Investigative Producer Giovani Benitez today to learn how to use an iPhone when reporting.
Only 2 out of 10 people will read past the headline, according to CopyBlogger. Here are 9 fantastic tips for writing great headlines — including why 7 reasons why list posts will always work!
This video explains how to post comments on Google News.
While the line “according to Wikipedia” pops up occasionally in news stories, it’s relatively rare to see the user-created online encyclopedia cited as a source. But some journalists find it very valuable as a road map to troves of valuable information.