This book is for journalists and students of journalism who want to understand how the business is organised. It gives valuable insights into the daily work of a journalist identifies the pitfalls for new entrants and offers advice on finding work getting published and getting paid. In addition this book tells you how to ''pitch'' an idea for a feature article. It answers the difficult 'what do you do if ' - questions.The text is peppered with examples of success and failure. It offers advice on working with PR people cautions against too many freebies and junkets and deals with pensions insurance tax deductibles and allowances. Everyone can learn something from this book.