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If you want to be associated with the profession of journalism, I would suggest you take a professional degree for it. But if you want your opinion to be published in some newspapers, you can follow some simple steps that would let the editors publish your article or opinion in the papers or online journals. Here are some tips to write celebrity latest news or review.

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Who, why, when, where and how? Rule: This is one of the fundamental principals of journalism. Whether you are writing about a political news story, or entertainment new; weather it is a sports news or current updates; whether it is celebrity latest news or business updates, you need to follow Who, why, when, where and how rule. This rule is also known as "4Ws and 1H" rule. Basically, the purpose of this rule is to give initial information about a subject matter of any news story. For instance; if you want to write news or even a review about a celebrity, you would need to gather the initial information by answering these 4 W's and 1 H. Report writing begins with this while one must use this rule anywhere within the article or review.

The use of this rule highlights the main points of any story and also makes it convenient to collect data, facts and statistics. Those who do not know about this rule and try writing there opinion take a longer span of time and put more effort than those who are aware of this rule and use it while writing any report or article. The best part about learning this rule is that it is relevant for any category and subject. Your report would never look odd or inappropriate while using this rule.

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Who: The "who" part of report or article will allow the readers to identify the subject matter of a story, which can be a person, incident or place. Ignoring or elimination of this portion will keep the story incomplete and not understandable.

Why: The "why" portion is about the reasons, circumstances that made the incident occur. In other words, it tells the audience why the incident took place.

When: When defines the time period of the incident such as the date and hour of the day.

Where: This part is about the location of the incident. One can say that it is among important aspects of report writing. The location of any report places a very crucial and significant role for it compiles the whole story.

How: though why and how are interrelated but still there are some professional journalist that still divide these categories for one reason and another. It is a common understanding of any report that defines the use of these rules. So if you feel not to distinguish these both, you can put them in one category as it does not really make a difference. But yet, this does not reduces the necessity of this division as historically one can find many reporters who have written very fine reports with this distinction there.

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