Journalist considers the tricks of the trades

Work Matthew Baldwin called and many professional answered and offered the top tips of for getting by in work. For example, from a journalist: "If you can?t think of a headline for a story, use one of these three magic verbs: 'weighs,' 'mulls,' or 'considers.' They?ll work for pretty much anything from court stories ('Hamilton mulls plea deal') to government stories ('Governor weighs Paseo extension') to entertainment ('Colvin considers new album') to features ('Benson mulls those who consider weighing Kasey?s artwork')." [via]

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous6:37 pm

    Yes, that would work. I think more reporters/editors have taken that advice!