The Anatomy of a Newspape r Learn how to read a newspaper and find the information you want by learning how it is organized The Anatomy of a Newspaper Knowing the organization, layout, and key
features of a newspaper will help you find the information you need in a more timely manner. Sections of a newspaper Features of a story SECTIONS IN A NEWSPAPER Newspaper Sections Newspapers are divided into different sections. Each section contains certain kinds of stories.
Front Page Local Section Business Sports Entertainment Op/Ed Front Page The front page of the newspaper is where the most newsworthy stories (local, national, and international) are placed. Editors decide if a story is
newsworthy based on news determinants. Timeliness Proximity Prominence Impact/Consequence
Human Interest Local Section This is where news about where you live is located. The stories that are more newsworthy will be on the front of this section. Business The Business Section in a newspaper features stories about businesses. If companies are hiring, expanding, or experiencing growth, these
stories go here. The Business Section will also feature information about money, investing, and the stock market. Sports Stories about all sports are included in the Sports Section. This includes high school (also known as prep), semi-professional, and professional stories. Usually there is a stats box for different sports and a calendar for televised sports events.
Entertainment This section features stories about everything entertainment. This includes book, movie, and play reviews, stories about awards shows, and stories about upcoming entertainment events. Movie times are also listed here. Op/Ed This section is called Op/Ed, and it stands for Opinions and Editorials. This is where editors
publish their columns and where people can read Letters to the Editor. Any story that has opinion written into it, meaning it is subjective, will be in the Op/Ed section. In what section would this story be found? A suicide bomber in Kabul kills 57 people and injures hundreds more. The Front Page Section
The Shoreline Sections can vary depending on the publication The Shoreline News Features Student Voice (Op/Ed) Sports Entertainment
In what section would this story be found? The local, professional sports team won their game last night. The Sports Section In what section would this story be found? A letter written to the editor
The Op/Ed Section In what section would this story be found? A 7.8 earthquake hits Hawaii, and California and Japan are currently on a tsunami warning. The Front Page Section In what section would this story be found?
A review of the newest action-adventure movie The Entertainment Section In what section would this story be found? To keep up with the increasing cost of production, the city is raising water and sewer rates. The Local Section
In what section would this story be found? Google buys Facebook in one of the largest technology acquisitions ever. The Front Page Section or The Business Section
If it is providing new news on an older story In what section would this story be found? A top investor is providing free financial advice during an upcoming teleconference. The Business Section In what section would
this story be found? A high school baseball player signs a deal with a local minor league team. The Sports Section FEATURES OF A NEWS STORY News Story Elements
Understanding the elements and layout of a news story will help you understand more about it
Column Headline Sub-headline (sub head) Byline Dateline Section Number (usually represented as a letter)
Page Number Photo Photo Caption Photo Credit The Jump Line Infographic (charts, graph, map, etc.) Pull Quote (large quote made to stand out to readers
Masthead Ear Index The Headlines Headline Largest text on the page Located on the top of a story It grabs the readers attention and states what the story is about
Sub headline Slightly smaller text than the headline Located directly beneath the headline Provides readers with additional information that could not fit in the headline Bylines and Datelines Byline States who wrote the story Dateline
States where the story was physically written Usually written in all capitalized letters On the same line where the story begins All About the Photos Photos Help grab readers attention Help tell the story Photo Caption A statement that tells the audience what is happening in
the picture The caption must provide the reader with more information than the picture can provide by itself Photo Credit Gives credit to the person who took the picture The Jump line Jump line In print media, stories wont always fit in the space that they are placed
Editors will cut off some of the story and add a jump line SEEB 12 The rest of the story continues in Section B on page 12 If a story begins with FROM B3, then that is not the true beginning of a story. You can find the beginning of the story in Section B on page 3 B12 ~~ Newspaper
Local Boy Named Hero ~~ Headline Times Section and Page Number Masthead Fourth grade boy is hailed a hero after rescuing sister By John Smith
Byline YOURTOWN City officials are calling a local fourth grade boy a hero after he rescued his younger sister from a house fire. The fire broke out shortly after 4 p.m. When emergency crews responded to the
scene SEE C8 Sub Head Dateline Photo By Ava Adams This local boy is a hero
Jump Line Photo Credit Photo Caption Assignment Get in a group of 2-3 students Dissect a newspaper as well as a news website Website may not contain all of the sections that a newspaper does
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