Enterprise News Story

Enterprise News Story 

The enterprise news story is a type of specialized story not based on breaking news or press conferences. These stories focus more on the underlying factors that shape those events. Enterprise news stories are driven by keen observation and investigation to reach the root of the existing issues. This Final Project requires you to write one enterprise news story that will be adapted for both print publication and broadcast media. You will choose a story around one of the specialized journalism genres covered in the course: sports journalism, entertainment journalism, business journalism, government journalism, environmental journalism, or cultural journalism. You must choose a real-world publication in your local community for writing the print story and a real-world program in your local community for which the broadcast story will appear. Although you will not submit your story to the media outlets, the Final Project will require that you understand the organizations as well as the audiences that you are writing to and creating the broadcast script for. You are required to use at least five sources of information for each story. Topics and Issues To spark your critical thinking about your writing topic, you should access print publications as well as broadcast programs about the genre of specialized journalism covered in this course that interests you most. In addition to your local media outlets, you should also read and view national publications and broadcasts to broaden your scope of knowledge about trending issues in your genre. The Ashford University Library has the following newspaper databases that may also be helpful: Newspaper Source Plus, ProQuest Newsstand, and Canadian Newsstand (ProQuest). Sources of Information Gathering information from credible sources is a very important aspect of journalism. For this reason, you must provide several credible and verifiable sources. To assist you in completing the research required for this assignment, view this video Ashford University Library Quick ‘n’ Dirty (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and this web page Scholarly, Peer-Reviewed, and Other Credible Sources (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. You must use the following types of information sources for this Final Project: At least one face-to-face or phone interview with a person who can lend credible information for your story. You must interview a local person in your community. At least one phone or email interview with a person whose viewpoint opposes the first interviewee. Two statistical or factual pieces of information about the topic or issue. Writing the Print News Story For the print news story, you must Adhere to the Week Five Magazine Feature Template and AP style. Write about a topic that is current, controversial, and of human interest that relates to the specialized genre selected (i.e., sports, entertainment, business, government, environmental, or cultural). Develop the story for a real-world print publication tailored to a specific audience. Incorporate facts, visual elements, and pull quotes to enhance the story. Differentiate between various facts and opinions on the topic. Provide proper attribution for all sources of information included in the story (e.g., facts, statistics, images, videos, and opinions). The print story must

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