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The Television News Handbook Vin Ray

The Television News Handbook By Vin Ray

The Television News Handbook by Vin Ray

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Everything you need to know to succeed in television news.

The Television News Handbook Summary

The Television News Handbook: An Insider's Guide to Being a Great Broadcast Journalist by Vin Ray

Vin Ray is in charge of recruiting and coaching on-air talent for BBC News. Described by Andrew Marr as 'a revered teacher', Ray, the BBC's Deputy Head of Newsgathering, gave George Alagiah, Jeremy Bowen, Fergal Keane, Matt Frei, Orla Guerin, Rageh Omaar and many more their first jobs in foreign news. This handbook includes a unique masterclass on storytelling in television news, setting out the craft skills required to reach - and stay at - the top, and outlining how to develop the storytelling skills to deliver the kind of broadcast news that people need in order to make sense of the world. Ray also asks top broadcasters and news executives what makes a good broadcast journalist. He looks in detail at how to do successful interviews for jobs in broadcast journalism; how to move from print to broadcasting; making showreels that will open doors; choosing the right journalism courses - how to get from school through college to your first job in this competitive profession. The final part of the book is a comprehensive listings section covering every aspect of broadcast journalism.

About Vin Ray

Vin Ray joined the BBC in 1987. He has worked as producer on the Nine O'Clock News, TV Foreign Editor , World News Editor and Executive Editor. He is currently Deputy Head of Newsgathering, a post which includes overseeing the recruitment and development of the BBC's on-air talent. He lives in Blackheath, London.

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The Television News Handbook: An Insider's Guide to Being a Great Broadcast Journalist by Vin Ray
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Pan Macmillan
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