Writing gurus almost always agree on one thing: shorter communications are more powerful. “You have cancer.” “You’re overdrawn.” “Your horse came in first.” “We don’t have a reservation in your name.” While it’s not practical to write three-or four-word sentences in our news copy, the principle of economy of words still holds true.
This Thursday morning at 10 one of the best TV news writers, Boyd Huppert, who practices his trade at KARE-11 in Minneapolis, will present a webinar about effective news writing.
Details are here.
Posted by Tim Morrissey