NEWS REPORTERS AND WHAT THEY DO by David Botter

NEWS REPORTERS AND WHAT THEY DO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A direct and factual survey of the field of journalism, this text is written by David Botter, the Assistant Managing Editor of Look magazine. Addressed to the career minded teen-ager, the text describes the conventional training to which a prospective journalist should subject himself, lists the various media which currently employ reporters, and catalogues the possible avenues of reporting open to men and women. An encouraging and realistic book which says, and says well, precisely what one would expect such a book to say.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1959
Publisher: Watts