I decided to use the story written about the speech University of Minnesota's President Eric Kaler gave Thursday. The story appeared in the Pioneer Press, and it was written by Mila Koumpilova.
Her lead was focused on the key points of the speech. The author does give the title of the speech early, but does not set the scene of the speech very well. Later on in the story, she did provide the location of the speech and the reception in got from the crowd.
The reporter provided some background information, but did not interview anyone else from outside the speech. That is as far as the reporter went for outside information.
The structure is roughly the point-then-quote formula we talked about. There is a little bit of paraphrasing added in by the reporter.
The reporter highlighted just the key points from he speech in her article.