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Coordinating a high school newspaper staff and creating a newspaper every three weeks is a lot of fun but on the other hand it involves a lot frustration Much goes into producing a high school newspaper but most important is the ability to manage and organize a group of people within an allotted amount of time Patience is also crucial in order to understand and help other staff members However when it is completed the satisfaction is its own reward Before understanding the entire newspaper production process there are a few key people whose duties are relied heavily The editor-in-chief is the actual big cheese or head honcho who is the backbone to the newspapers production The advisor is usually a teacher who does not actually run the class but advises the editor-in-chief when needed Section editors have the duty of laying out each page in their section Some section editors have assistants to help them but most dont because they usually only have two to three pages Reporters are the glue in this process Everything relies on their story and the deadlines they meet Their main duty is to meet the deadlines If a reporter misses a deadline or they are late then the entire production process gets held back For instance if a story is not ready the section editor cannot lay out the page without a story the photographers are unable to size the pictures onto a page without a story on it the advisor cannot final that page until it is completed with a picture and story on it and finally the editor-in-chief cant take the paper to press without the pages finaled So everything that happens revolves around the reporter and hisher story The second duty of a reporter is to write a story interesting enough so that the readers will read it There is no point in writing a story just to take up space If that
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