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By C. Dow Tate, Sherri A. Taylor

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The story includes a sidebar detailing an explanation of the number-based standard from the previous letter-based standard. The second story focuses on visitors to the school observing a modular scheduling system already in place. Both stories are local, hyperfocused stories of interest to the students in this school and their educational experiences. 6 Chapter 1 Understanding news Where does news come from? org A website produced by the Pew Research Center for Excellence in Journalism, this site contains a wealth of good resources for journalists especially under the Journalism Resources link.

This means that the newspaper staff must be alert to time-sensitive information and be ready to provide context or other supplemental features if an event occurs a week or two before the paper goes to press. Depending on when an event occurs, time-sensitive news may be covered on the newspaper’s website and updated in the print edition. Such stories may have long-lasting implications that can generate months of coverage and analysis in both print and online editions. Many professional newspapers focus on hyperlocal news, events and information that are most important to their immediate and local audience, rather than trying to keep up with the pace of the 24-hour news cycle.

3 (continued) Blast, the student newspaper of Annandale High School, in Annandale, Virginia. The story included additional links to a slideshow and video footage from this event. Prominence differs with context. Student leaders, teachers, coaches and administrators are prominent in all schools, and much news will center around these figures. Organizations such as the school’s student government or principal’s council can also be important in shaping news. Audience impact A story that influences or affects a large number of readers will have greater news value.

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