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This course is the perfect springboard for students with an interest in sport who wish to enhance their journalism skills. Taught in a practical, interactive and supportive manner, this course teaches the key elements of sports reporting both on and off the pitch.
Charles Runcie is former head of BBC Sport in the English regions and has over thirty years of experience as a BBC journalist.
To take into account
- Understand the different mediums of sports journalism
- Understand what makes a good sports journalist
- Understand the different types of journalism and attempt to write in the genre for yourself.
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- What are the different mediums of sports journalism?
- What makes a good sports journalist?
- What are the different types of sports journalism?
- How do I write in the sports genre effectively?
- What are the key considerations relating to law, finance and the media?
- Group learning, with presentation, slides and AV followed by discussion and Q+A
- Practical work exercises
- Speeches delivered by guests from the sports media
- Pair work
- Formal instruction from the tutor.
City Lit offer a range of journalism courses at a range of levels. Browse the writing section of our website to find the perfect course for you.
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