Most of us think interviews are simply asking questions and getting answers, but true interview skills come from asking the right questions of the right sources and gathering the information your reader needs and wants to know.
“Always Get the Name of the Dog: A Guide to Media Interviewing” provides insights into the best media interviewing practices across platforms.
Written by award-winning journalist Nicole Kraft, now a clinical assistant professor of multimedia journalism at The Ohio State University, “Always Get the Name of the Dog” features some of the industry’s best interviewers discussing the best practices of interviewing for all types of stories and in all types of media.
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I have no idea how this book was
Maybe this is common knowledge, but you have to have an ipad to read these books. A regular computer will not work. I think that should be written somewhere people will see it.
The third sample page has two glaring typos. On a page about making first impressions, this is particularly ironic. Eighty-five pages (with pictures!) at $2.99 a pop? I hope the advise includes "hire an editor."
Okay not great
Misspelling makes the book hard to take seriously. Seems dated.