See also digital media. AP Wire - Associated Press news service that supplies international, national and regional information and stories.
They describe the situation and interview a guest before handing back to the presenter in the studio. Inverted pyramid structure[ edit ] Main article: Inverted pyramid journalism Journalists usually describe the organization or structure of a news story as an inverted pyramid.
Style guides can vary from basic rules on spelling and grammar to complex documents on how words are used and pronounced. Edit - To condense or revise material. Running to time Video and audio A report or programme is "running to time" if it's on target to finish at a certain time.
Read on for a wealth of tips on writing a news report, as well as a few helpful examples.
A longer radio or television report of half-an-hour or longer, usually explaining and analysing a single issue using multiple elements, multiple interviews and other audio and images.
These are phrases like, "According to the national weather forecast…" Here are some added prepositional phrases examples. Package PKG - A report from a correspondent that contains a sound bite inserted between the introduction and the epilogue usually inserted after the reporter's second or third sentence.
Feedback - An ear-splitting squeal or howl caused when sound from a loudspeaker is picked up by a microphone and reamplified. See What is News.