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ASEF Media Handbook on Crisis Reporting

Published: 2016
Price: Free
Editor: Professor Robert G. PICARD
Publisher: ASEF
ISBN: 978-981-09-9098-5
Status: Published
Related project: 10th ASEF Journalists' Colloquium
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The handbook is part of the ASEF Media Handbook series and is designed to provide journalists and media organisations as well as individuals and non-profits with a guide to the challenges of covering crises, suggestions on how to overcome them, and ideas on how to improve coverage of crises in the future. Few journalists have experience covering crises or many who have reported crises have done so only sporadically during their careers. This handbook is designed to convey the knowledge of how to best cover crises, how reporters can deal with issues that arise during crisis reporting, how immediate short-term coverage and longer-term coverage objectives and requirements differ.

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