1. Journalistic creativity: what is it (and how do you achieve it)?

    Applied specifically to journalism, the creative process is made up of creative thinking and creative observation. Starting from the five famous "W questions" of news writing, the single trick to change the journalistic pattern into a creative technique is to add the word "else" at the end of each one, as in:

  2. Journalism Major

    Department of Journalism and the Writing Professions. The Journalism and Creative Writing specialization helps students develop the research, interviewing, writing, editing, and multimedia storytelling skills that are crucial to success across a broad spectrum of fields and professions in this information age.

  3. Creative journalism

    Journalism is the factual portrayal of news and events with minimal analysis and interpretation. By contrast creative is original expressive and imaginative. Creative writing refers to imagination. The UNICEF indicated it wished to celebrate creative journalism by was of the Meena Media award, though the award is mainly divided into creative ...

  4. The Intersection of Journalism and Creative Writing

    Master Storytellers: The Intersection of Journalism and Creative Writing. February 19, 2024 by Kimbel Westerson in [ Language & Communication ] In the 2020 film "News of the World," Tom Hanks plays a former Confederate Army officer who makes his living traveling the Reconstruction-era West, reading the newspaper aloud for the price of a dime.

  5. The meeting point between Journalism and creative writing

    In other words, both creative writing and Journalism makes use of the art of storytelling to give life to a given point of view, facts and information. The Convener Umukoro, also went further to state that a creative writer has the license to imagine, concoct, create and write stories, while a journalist on the other hand cannot do the same. ...

  6. Creative Writing & Journalism

    Keep it real : everything you need to know about researching and writing creative nonfiction by Lee Gutkind & Hattie Fletcher. Call Number: NYU Shanghai (China) Main Collection (PN3377.5.R45 K44 2008 ) ISBN: 9780393065619. Real feature writing: story shapes and writing strategies from the real world of journalism by Abraham Aamidor.

  7. Bachelor's in Creative Writing

    Liberty University's Bachelor of Science (BS) in Creative Writing - Journalism is an exciting and dynamic degree program that can help prepare you for a career in the media industry.

  8. Journalism and Creative Writing Specialization

    The Journalism and Creative Writing specialization helps students develop the research, interviewing, writing, editing and multimedia storytelling skills that are crucial to success across a broad spectrum of fields and professions in this information age. Our faculty of professional writers and editors will teach you to research, report ...

  9. (PDF) Creativity in (Digital) Journalism Studies: Broadening our

    This article examines the role of creative writing in understanding journalism. It argues that non-academic writing—poetry in this case—can play a far more significant part in journalism ...

  10. Full article: Creativity in (Digital) Journalism Studies: Broadening

    The creative writing that is the letter of resignation is then not so much to provide insight into the "poetics of leaving" the profession (Spaulding Citation 2016), but rather to co-author the reality that journalists are living in, instead of viewing it from a distance. Creativity, we argue, allows us to gain insight into experiences ...

  11. Introduction

    Journalism and Journalistic Writing: Introduction. Journalism is the practice of gathering, recording, verifying, and reporting on information of public importance. Though these general duties have been historically consistent, the particulars of the journalistic process have evolved as the ways information is collected, disseminated, and ...

  12. Journalism, Practice and … Poetry: Journalism Studies: Vol 18 , No 9

    Cristina Archetti. This article examines the role of creative writing in understanding journalism. It argues that non-academic writing—poetry in this case—can play a far more significant part in journalism research than that of an entertaining genre for disseminating a study's findings, mainly to audiences beyond academia.

  13. Creative Writing Vs. Journalism

    Creative Writing: Pros: Opportunity to explore and develop your unique writing style, freedom to express yourself creatively, and potential to pursue a career in various writing fields such as fiction, poetry, or screenwriting. Cons: Limited job prospects compared to journalism, less emphasis on practical skills like research and reporting. Journalism: Pros: Develop strong research and ...

  14. What's The Difference Between Journalism And Creative Writing?

    Another difference is that creative writing is usually about your self-expression, in one way or another. By contrast, journalism is other-directed - concerned with other people's views, perspectives and lived realities. There are also overlaps. There are such things as creative nonfiction, narrative journalism, and indeed feature journalism.

  15. Writing & Journalism Courses & Certificates

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  16. B.S. in Creative Writing

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  17. Creative Writing vs. Journalism

    Both creative writers and journalists write stories. A journalist writes fact and a creative writer writes fiction, but all stories share a key element. That key element is the natural flow of the story. That also includes a hook and a plot that creates a cohesiveness that your reader can follow.

  18. Journalism and creative writing: two opposite ends of the literary rope

    Journalism and creative writing may be on the opposite ends of the literary rope, but each of them is helpful and necessary. Journalism lets us see the truth behind what we know. Creative writing reflects the truth in an art form and makes us envision it in another perspective. And for one to excel in any of them there is a need for self ...

  19. Literary Journalism I Course

    Literary journalism is nonfiction prose that transcends "who, what, where, and when" to give a more detailed, richer and vivid picture of real events. It combines an immersive approach to reporting with the aims and techniques of fiction. Although this type of writing has roots in antiquity (i.e., Thucydides's The Peloponnesian War ...

  20. The Gallatin Way: Studying Journalism, Art, and Classics

    Class of 2026. Molly Koch (they/them) is a sophomore in Liberal Studies but is planning on transitioning into the Gallatin School of Individualized Study ton study a combination of journalism, art history, and classics with a minor in archeology. Originally from Maryland, Molly came to NYU as a first generation college student aspiring to earn ...

  21. Reading, Writing, and Reporting: A Snapshot of Journalism

    On view July 15, 2023 - March 24, 2024. Reading, Writing, and Reporting: A Snapshot of Journalism highlights how journalism is made from school publications to the printing presses of the Albuquerque Tribune and local news networks. Showcasing examples of photography used in the Albuquerque Progress magazine, the journalists and workers ...

  22. Our Journalism

    Our Journalism. Joe Kahn, The Times's executive editor, reflects on some of our most probing recent work. At a funeral for a family killed in the Oct. 7 Hamas-led attacks. Avishag Shaar-Yashuv ...

  23. Jayne Anne Phillips wins 2024 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

    She currently serves as director of Princeton University's creative writing program. Additionally, two alumnae were recognized as finalists for the 2024 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry: Jorie Graham, who graduated with an MFA in 1978 and won a Pulitzer in 1996 for The Dream of the Unified Field, was named a finalist for To 2040. Graham, one of the ...

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  25. Geographic coordinates of Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia

    Geographic coordinates of Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia in WGS 84 coordinate system which is a standard in cartography, geodesy, and navigation, including Global Positioning System (GPS). Latitude of Elektrostal, longitude of Elektrostal, elevation above sea level of Elektrostal.

  26. Savvino-Storozhevsky Monastery and Museum

    Zvenigorod's most famous sight is the Savvino-Storozhevsky Monastery, which was founded in 1398 by the monk Savva from the Troitse-Sergieva Lavra, at the invitation and with the support of Prince Yury Dmitrievich of Zvenigorod. Savva was later canonised as St Sabbas (Savva) of Storozhev. The monastery late flourished under the reign of Tsar ...

  27. The Unique Burial of a Child of Early Scythian Time at the Cemetery of

    Burial 5 was the most unique, it was found in a coffin made of a larch trunk, with a tightly closed lid. Due to the preservative properties of larch and lack of air access, the coffin contained a well-preserved mummy of a child with an accompanying set of grave goods. The interred individual retained the skin on his face and had a leather ...