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      When it comes to defamation, a report cannot be considered a statement of fact if it is a a.    subjective impression. b.    satire. c.     hyperbole. d.    all of the above.   Which will protect you from defamation? a.    You have properly attributed a statement of fact, whether it is true or false. b.    You called a source “a.
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    The three most widely used professional ethics codes by broadcast journalists are a.    SPJ, RTDNA, and NPPA. b.    CBS, SPJ, and AP. c.     AP, Reuters, and NPR. d.    SPJ, RTDNA, and NPR.   Identify which concept of the ethical code includes the important requirement that journalists “know the facts.” a.       credibility b.      non?partisanship c.       integrity d.      truthfulness   THE BAFT test of.
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  21.Invasion and succession is a well-documented ecological process by which whole sections of a city change.     22.While the study of the economics of land use within cities was dominated by an ecological model emphasizing internal competition among residents until the 1960s,  today many urbanists embrace the urban political economy perspective,.
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      Today’s viewers expect news 24/7. What does that mean? 2.      How has the role of the producer changed with regard to digital media?     In the past, producers would run a crawl and/or do a brief special report about a breaking news event, then start changing the rundown for the newscast. Today, with.
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    Which of the following elements impacts a journalist’s ability to show diversity in a story? a.    Personal experience b.    Contacts in the neighborhood c.     Empathy d.    All of the above   There was a case in Los Angeles during 1995 that caused a lot of discussion because it used a term some consider discriminatory against African.
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      The _____ news cycle means viewers expect news quickly, often and delivered on multiple platforms.   The best way to freeze action is with _____.   Use bold _____ to break up the text of a long story. They summarize what’s in the section that follows.   Also known as a callout, a _____ is a.
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  29.Because cities concentrate everything human into a relatively small space, they intensify the effects of class, ethnicity, gender and race.     30.The world’s cities are growing by approximately 1 million people each week.     31.While Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East are experiencing higher levels of urbanization, North America, Europe, the.
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      According to Nielsen, a large market has at least _____ TV watching households.   Internships are important because it shows potential employers that you are _____.   When showing up for an interview, you must remember to present yourself as a _____.   The first item on your resume is _____.   After sending a resume reel, you.
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        As mentioned, the Census is a treasure trove of information. Give three story ideas you can get from this information.     Brian Bull talks about the new, so?called barbershops or powwows. What is he referring to?     To be an inclusive reporter, you have to ask yourself two questions to make sure your story.
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      Posted signs regarding solicitors do NOT apply to media.   Shopping malls are one of the public areas.   The First Amendment gives reporters protection when they violate privacy laws to expose criminals.   Any work created before the year 1923 is in the public domain.   A copyright notice, ©, is not necessary to preserve an author’s.
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      Journalistsusesocialmediatofindnewsourcesand promote stories.   Even online, journalists must remain neutral on issues.   It’s OK if you make a mistake in an online story because you can easily correct it.   The inverted pyramid works well for online news stories because you can keep adding updates.   To improve SEO, put important words at the end of a.
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      You see children playing on a playground as you stand on a public sidewalk across the street. Do you need the school’s permission to shoot and use that video? Why?       Describehow“breachofcontract”canhappenwith confidential sources.     11?4.3 How fast do you have to take down a copyrighted material   from your website to protect yourself from a complaint?       What.
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      How do you build and maintain a healthy self?image, and what role does that play in the potential success of your onair career?     What is the role of a healthy media diet in obtaining journalistic credibility?     As a broadcast journalist your job will involve going on?air and be publically noticed. Why is.
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      As a general rule, you may capture video or photograph anything and anyone in a _____.   Make sure you have your _____ permission before promising a source confidentiality.   A _____ is a grant of ownership to authors of certain types of literary and artistic works.   The author of the work owns the copyright,.
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      Talent is the term used by the production personnel to call the anchors.   TV news consultants typically ruin the career of all on?air talents.   Ron Burgundy is an example of an anchor using “broadcast gear.”   You can apply the concept of finding meaning?laden words in longer stories that are beyond the 25?second news.
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      Which ethical code would be of most use to newspaper journalists?   12?4.2 Walter Cronkite became the most trusted man in America for   a time in part because of his ethical standards. What is one way to think about his ethical beliefs?     How do you lose credibility?     How do you maintain credibility?     What is objectivity?     .
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  1.While only 9% of the world’s population lived in cities in 1900, approximately what percent will be city dwellers in 2030 if present trends continue? a. 30% b. 60% c.80% d.90%     2.Although the human species has existed on the earth for at least 100,000 years, cities began to appear how many years ago? a.50,000 b.25,000 c. 10,000 d. 5,000     3.What.
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      An important part of a broadcast performance is a healthy _____.   A news consultant monitors air check and provides feedback on your performance to the _____.   The key to your credibility as a news anchor is to build and maintain a healthy _____.   Maintaining a healthy broadcast voice requires good _____ and wise _____.
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  11. According to Macionis and Parrillo, the most important consequence of declining               population growth in central cities for people who remain is: a.less opportunity to build a sense of community b.less choice in consumption as a result of industry flight c.more free space d. less federal funding and political representation     12.By social structure, urbanists mean: a.transportation,.
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      During the 2008 Presidential Election, what was the media accused of spending too much time talking about?     Define a stereotype.     A stereotype often has a negative effect. Why?     Name the three key points when dealing with issues of stereotypes. Elephant in the Room   2.      What is the rule of thumb when it comes to reporting.
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        On the Web, what medium would you use to illustrate something you can’t see, such as blood flowing through the circulatory system, or how things work, such as a computer chip?     List three ways to improve the scannability of Web stories. 2.          What’s the goal of search engine optimization ( SEO)?     What’s a.
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    What is the largest TV Market? a.    Chicago b.    Los Angeles c.     New York City d.    Miami   What do we mean when we say “station affiliate”? a.    network attachment of a station like Fox or NBC b.    owner of the station c.     alumni of the station d.    employee of the station   How is market size determined? a.    geographical location b.    population c.     network d.   .
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        What’s the difference between a pervasive public figure and a limited purpose public figure?       Why doesn’t a movie star enjoy the same protections against defamation as an average person?       Name some of the factors used to determine whether a publicly disclosed fact is newsworthy.     11?4.9 How can a journalist get into trouble by using.
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      Newsroom leaders need to develop an online media policy. What should take precedence—getting information online quickly or gathering video and interviews for later newscasts? Should your outlet be first, or should it be right?       List five ways to optimize a headline so that search engines will rank a Web story high.
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      All of the following are protected under trespass laws EXCEPT: a.    someone’s home. b.    a fenced backyard. c.     a sidewalk across from a school. d.    nonpublic areas of an office building.     The owners of a restaurant protest your video shooting in their dining area. You a.    keep shooting because anyone can walk into the restaurant. b.    understand.
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      What is the role of television news consultants?     Who is your role model in on?air performance? Describe the vocal and visual aspects of their on?air work that impress you. Next, discuss the same aspects of someone you don’t like and explain why.     What are the differences between performing live in the studio.
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    14?2.1 There are 100 TV markets in the United States.       It is OK to keep questionable pictures on your Facebook because you have control of privacy settings.   You can wait until your senior year in college before beginning to make contacts.   When you interview for an internship, it is OK for men and women.
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    The 24/7 news cycle means all the following EXCEPT that news is delivered a.    quickly. b.    often. c.     on one platform. d.    on multiple platforms.   Showing action works best in this medium: a.    video. b.    podcast. c.     audio slideshow. d.    photos.   Use bold _____to break up the text of a long story. They summarize what’s in the section that follows. a.   .
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        Describe how a “reasonable expectation of privacy” can help and also hinder a journalist trying to track down an unwilling source to interview at their home and work.       Describe the four factors considered for determining whether the use of copyright material is fair use or parody.       Describe the five key elements of.
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      Beliefs that we hold deep in our hearts are known as _____.   A code that guides our conduct is also known as a(n) _____ code.   SPJ are the three letters that stand for _____ —a professional journalism organization that began as a college fraternity.   NPPA is the organization that represents photographers across all.
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      Whentalkingaboutdiversityofvoice,weareusually referring to ethnicity. 13?2.2 The show Dateline on NBC aired a piece about the use of the   word “nigger” in Huckleberry Finn.   The Pew Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism study found that the media reflected more positive coverage of Sarah Palin than they did of Barack Obama.   Your responsibility, no matter what story.
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      What is the first thing you must do before building your resume?     Whenwillyoudeclareyourworkdayataninternship complete?     What according to the former News Director Jim Willie, in the Voices from the Newsroom, is the most important thing you can do?     Name three ways to market yourself?     What does a cover letter tell your employer?     What are the three.
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      Walter Cronkite believes journalists should be as cynical as the story warrants.   RTDNA stands for Radio Television News Directors Association.   Facts are the building blocks of stories.   Burning a source refers to inspiring a subject to speak on the record.       Agency is the concept based on the idea of having the freedom to choose and.
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      In producing your career, when is the best time to start building your resume?     When marketing your skills, why is it so important not to oversell yourself?     When putting together a resume tape, how do you choose the packages to use, and how do you determine the order?     What are some of the.
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    If you make a mistake in live broadcasting, _____ will provide comfort and re?build self?confidence. a.    reviewing “I am not a geek” sheet b.    asking for the audience’s opinion via social media c.     tweeting your feelings so you don’t keep them bottled inside d.    all of the above   Who is the largest American TV news.
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      In the producer’s three?ring circus, the area where _____, _____and_____ intersect is Producer Vision.       The _____ is when the newsroom staff and managers gather to discuss the news plan for the day.   A producer should wear their “_____” to ensure they don’t miss a critical change in the newsroom.   The only way to.
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1.The oldest city known to archeologists emerged in human history a.50,000 years ago. b. 10,000 years ago. c.in  3500 B.C.E. d.in  350 B.C.E.     2.In 2010, the percentage of the world’s population living in cities was a.19%. b.33%. c.47%.     d. 52%.     3.According to archeologists, populations began to settle in fertile places      a. because of increased population density. b.because of slavery. c.during.
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      WhatdoestheProducerVisionultimatelymeantoa newscast?     What is a “talker story”?     Why is creating a story grid important during the morning meeting?     Make this into a hypothetically “turnable” story idea: “It’s really cold outside and might even snow!”     Why is it important for a producer to communicate what he/she envisions is the main emphasis for each story?       .
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