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Journalism Merit Badge

  1. 1. PREPARATION FOR Journalism merit THE badge In training for the worksheet and the board of review
  2. 2. JAPAN 8.9 magnitude EARTHQUAKE March 11, 2011
  3. 3. THE ROYAL WEDDING April 29, 2011
  4. 4. Pacman vs. sugar shane May 7, 2011
  5. 5. Somalia famine August 13, 2011
  6. 6. DEATH OF STEVE JOBS OCTOBER 5, 2011
  7. 7. DEATH OF RAMGEN REVILLA November 2, 2011
  8. 8. Chief justice on trialJanuary 16, 2012 – march 26, 2012
  9. 9. Ever gotesco grand central fire March 17 – 26, 2012
  10. 10. Earth hour 2012 March 31, 2012
  11. 11. Journalism meritbadge JOURNALIST SPECIALIST RATING
  12. 12. Journalism meritbadge MEDIAMAN SPECIALIST RATING
  13. 13. What isjournalism? Journalism is the investigation and reporting of events, issues and trends to a broad audience.Events, issues & trends  investigation & reporting  broad audienceAlong with covering organizations and institutions such as government and business, journalism also covers cultural aspects of society such as arts and entertainment.Government & business  journalism = journalism  cultural aspect of society
  14. 14. What isjournalism?which includes:Journalism has fields editing photojournalism documentary
  15. 15. What is ajournalist? and distributes news and other A journalist collects information. 1. Reporters 2. editors 3. Sub-editors 4. Photojournalists 5. Writers
  16. 16. What is ajournalist? and distributes news and other A journalist collects information. 1. Reporters 2. editors 3. Sub-editors 4. Photojournalists 5. Writers
  17. 17. What is a reporter?A reporter is a type of journalist who researches, writes and reports on information to be presented in mass media. Print media Electronic Digital media media
  18. 18. What is the freedom of the press? of the press/media is the freedom of Freedomcommunication and expression through electronic media and published materials.Universal declaration of human rights: “Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion andexpression; this right includes freedom to hold opinionswithout interference, and impart information and ideas through any media regardless of frontiers.” Freedom of the press/media is supported by the 1987 constitution of the Philippines.
  19. 19. What is libel?Libel (or defamation) is a statement that makes a claim, expressly stated to be factual, that give an individual, business, product, group, government, or nation a negative image in the form of written, broadcast, or published words.
  20. 20. What is plagiarism?Plagiarism is the close imitation of another author’slanguage, thoughts, ideas, or expressions, and therepresentation of them as one’s own original work.
  21. 21. JOURNALISM EDITING PHOTOJOURNALISM DOCUMENTAR Y JOURNALISTEDITORSSUB-EDITORSREPORTERS PHOTOJOURNAWRITERS LISTS PRINT MEDIAELECTRONIC DIGITAL MEDIA MEDIA
  22. 22. What is anewspaper? scheduled publication. A newspaper is aA newspaper usually contains: 1. News of current events 2. Informative articles 3. Diverse features 4. Editorials 5. advertising
  23. 23. Newspaper organizational chart publisher editor Editorial page editor Managing editorEditorial writers Chief copy Photo editor State/reg Business City editor Sports editor Lifestyles Graphics Design edito editor editor editor editor editorCopy editorsphotographer Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Graphic Layout state/reg editor Business city editor sports editorlifestyles editor reporters/ editors editor artists reporters reporters reporters reporters reporters Deadline: 24hrs
  24. 24. What are the parts of anewspaper? Front page (nameplate, ears, folio line, credit line, column, headline, streamer, byline, cutline, fold)
  25. 25. What are the parts of anewspaper? Business section
  26. 26. What are the parts of anewspaper? Classified ads
  27. 27. What are the parts of anewspaper? Comics section
  28. 28. What are the parts of anewspaper? Movie guide & tv listings
  29. 29. What are the parts of anewspaper? Lifestyle section
  30. 30. What are the parts of anewspaper? obituary
  31. 31. What are the parts of anewspaper? Sports section
  32. 32. What are headlinestyles? These are techniques used by writers to make the header or article title catchy and attractive to the readers.Here are the nine proven headline styles that get read: 1. questions 6. Visual image 2. enumerate 7. Three words 3. emotion 8. News 4. benefits 9. testimonials 5. Command
  33. 33. What isproofreading?Proofreading is the reading of a galley proof to detectand correct errors of text or art. Proofreading is the last stage of typographic production before publication.
  34. 34. What isproofreading?
  35. 35. Journalism meritbadge requirements
  36. 36. Journalism merit |requiremen 1badge news WR A ITE incident.
  37. 37. Journalism merit |requiremen 1badge routine club or society WR A ITE meeting.
  38. 38. Journalism merit |requiremen 1badge lecture, sermon, or political WR A ITE address.
  39. 39. Journalism merit |requiremen 2badge editorial. WR An ITE
  40. 40. Journalism merit |requiremen 2badge feature or human interest WR A ITE story.
  41. 41. Journalism merit |requiremen 2badge review of a play, a motion WR A ITE picture, a concert, or a book.
  42. 42. Journalism merit |requiremen 3badge how the articles in requirement explai n 1 and 2 differ. News incident editorial Routine club or society feature or human interest meeting story A lecture, sermon, or review of a play, a motion political address picture, a concert, or a book
  43. 43. Journalism merit |requiremen 3badgeOf at least one of these articles secur e in a Scouting / school / local paper.State the name and date of the publication and attach a cut out of the published article
  44. 44. Journalism merit |requiremen 4badge a simple set of headline styles prepa re which will serve all needs of a small newspaper, indicating type size and approximate count for Each.
  45. 45. Journalism merit |requiremen 4badge a simple set of headline styles prepa re which will serve all needs of a small newspaper, indicating type size and approximate count for Each.
  46. 46. Journalism merit |requiremen 4badge a simple set of headline styles prepa re which will serve all needs of a small newspaper, indicating type size and approximate count for Each.
  47. 47. Journalism merit |requiremen 5badge A photographic or cartoon copy prese nt for a news story, and write a caption of it. Scouts support earth hour Let us lend a hand for mother earth
  48. 48. Journalism merit |requiremen 6badge and correct proof, using the Read conventional proofreaders marks on manuscript.
  49. 49. Journalism merit |requiremen 7badge you know the following That show terms: 1. Point 7. Halftone 2. Pica 8. Electrotyp 3. Face e 4. Case 9. Screen linotype 10.Stereotyp 5. Hand set e 6. Galley 11.mat
  50. 50. Journalism merit |requiremen 8badge The steps necessary to explai n copyright a Book / magazine / newspaper. Tell what rights are granted for each copy, for what period.
  51. 51. Journalism merit |requiremen 8badge What is meant by freedom of explai n the press, why we have libel laws, and what plagiarism is.
  52. 52. Journalism merit |requiremen 9badge a dummy for the printer of an 8- prepa re page newspaper or magazine, including the placing of different size advertisements to cover the equivalent of two pages.
  53. 53. Journalism merit |requiremen 1badge the process of preparing a 0 EXPL AIN modern newspaper for publication, demonstrating a satisfactory knowledge of the various departments and executives and their functions.
  54. 54. Journalism merit |requiremen 1 0badge the importance of the deadline. EXPL AIN
  55. 55. Journalism merit |requiremen 1 0badge the importance of the deadline. EXPL AIN Deadline or time limit is a particular point of time, by which a task must be accomplished.
  56. 56. Journalism merit |requiremen 1 1badge contributed as a reporter, or as Have editor or member of the editorial or business staff on a newspaper or a local Council, Troop, school, trade, farm, o r club publication for at least four issues.
  57. 57. Journalism merit |requiremen1badge a scrapbook including prese 2 nt unpublished copy as well as clippings of published material filed under date and place of publication.
  58. 58. Questions, anyone?

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