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Journalism Workshop

Code 13567
Year 1
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 12
Workload OT(15H)/TP(90H)
Scientific area Communication Sciences
Entry requirements None
Mode of delivery Practical.
Learning outcomes Master de main circuits of newsmaking. Master the techniques of journalistic writting, and audio and video editing, applying them to different journalistic genres.
Knowledge of the newsroom routines in tv, radio, press and the web. Developing autonomy, critical sense and self responsability towards the newsroom chores. Reflecting on the sense, adequateness, and ethical backgroung of the journalistic work.
Syllabus 1. Journalistic production
2. Agenda and meeting of editors and newsroom
3. Production of news, reports, and criticism/headings.
4. Text editing and pagination
5. Television writing techniques
6. Techniques of presentation on radio and television
7. Theory and Technique of image capture
8. Digital Edition
Main Bibliography AA.VV. (1998). Livro de Estilo do Público, Público - Comunicação Social, SA.
Barbeiro, H. e Lima, P. (2002). Manual de Radiojornalismo. São Paulo: Campus.
Balsebre, A. (1996). El Lenguage Radiofónico. Madrid: Ed. Cátedra.
Charon, Y. (1995). A entrevista na televisão. Lisboa: Europa-América
Ganz, P. (1995). A Reportagem em Rádio e Televisão. Lisboa: Editorial Inquérito
Gradim, A.(2000). Manual de Jornalismo. Covilhã: Livros Labcom
Hart, C. (1999). Television Program Making. Oxford: Focal Press
Hickman, H.R. (1991). Television Directing. New York: McGraw-Hill, Inc
Meneses, J. P. (2003). Tudo o que se passa na TSF … para um “livro de estilo”. Porto: Ed. JN
Ortriwano, G. (1985). A Informação no Rádio. São Paulo: Summus
Reglan, M. y Equiza P. (1996). Televisión y Lenguaje. Barcelona: Ariel Comunicación
Ricardo, D.(2003). Ainda bem que me pergunta, Ed. Notícias, Lisboa.
Watts, H. (1999). Direcção de Câmera: um manual de técnicas de vídeo e cinema. São Paulo:Summus
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria EVALUATION RULES
WRITTEN, WEB AND AUDIOVISUAL JOURNALISM
Students will carry out press, radio and television work. At the end of the semester the student must submit, for evaluation, a portfolio with all the work done. In total a minimum of 13 jobs must be performed according to the following distribution. Participation in UBI's various media: URBI, RUBI and TUBI will also be highly valued.
Distribution of Works:
- Individual works for Press / Web (4 works)
- Group work for Television (4 works)
- Individual works for Radio (4 works)
- Report to any of the media (1 job)
In all cases the final classification will take into account the commitment, participation and sense of responsibility expressed by the student (10%).
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-01-27

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