News Reporting & Writing . Interviewing: A survivor’s guide Gerry Doyle. The Interview.
Interviewing: A survivor’s guide
Things that won’t change – like the demand for speed and accuracy in our writing – are these truisms of reporting:
Regardless of the type:
Why we drill Who, What, When, Where, How and Why:
Closed-ended questions: To clarify, verify and authenticate, ask closed-ended questions. They are sometimes the only ones you have time for on fast-breaking stories.