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If you are writing for a publication like a magazine or a newspaper, you should be familiar with the rules and guidelines for journalism.

Interviews and Writing
Editorial Stylebook
Rules of Interviewing
Ethics and Law
What is Libel?
Links:
Student Press Law Center
General Journalism Links
The Editorial Eye Index
Newsroom for Students (The Write Site)
What is libel? Avoiding defamatory statements

This handout is based on information from the Associated Press Style and Libel Guide. If someone writes for publication a defamatory statement (a statement in which a person's reputation is seriously damaged), and that statement is false, and that person is identified in print, even...

Writing

Resource Type: Learning Materials

How to Conduct an Interview in Journalism

By Ellen Beck Follow these best practices to get the most out your interviews. Always identify yourself and explain what you are doing. If you are interviewing a person for a news story, ask questions that gather the information that you need to explain an...

Writing

Resource Type: Learning Materials

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