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        Whyisgatheringnaturalsoundimportantforyour broadcast stories?       What are some ways in which you would plan to stay organized as you shoot video stories?     What is a jump cut, and how can you avoid it?     When is it OK to delete portions of your interviewees’ sentences, according to the ethics of audio editing presented by the Canadian.
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      What is often the most compelling story of the day, affecting everyone, often having great video and real people reacting to it? a.    government and politics b.    severe weather c.     sports d.    crime   Strong/good writing is _____. a.    poetic b.    strictly informational c.     independent of the video or graphic d.    conversational   Which is a good rule when writing teases? a.    don’t.
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    If you are NOT wearing headphones every time you shoot video, you will a.    not know whether your microphones are working properly. b.    not pick up on distracting background noise or audio scratches. c.     eventually lose some extremely important audio you thought you had. d.    all of the above.   Which is NOT a type.
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        Describe the pros and cons of nonlinear editing when it comes to deciding whether to lay down your “voice track first,” or edit the full video and audio “piece by piece.”     Why is asking the right questions, shooting sequenced video and gathering meaningful natural sound so important to your story’s impact?       .
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      According to Susan Lisovicz, former anchor and reporter for CNN, preparation is critical in helping you feel more confident and getting your story.   In a confrontational interview, you will have several minutes to ask several questions before your most important question.   It is OK to verify a source by using.
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      How has news consumption changed in the past 20 years?       Trace the four stages that occur in the evolution of a breaking news story.     Describe what a typical newsroom story assignment meeting might be like. Name the TV news employees who would be present.     A key for finding news to report.
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      Journalists never agree on the common elements of a news judgment.   Today’s audience remains a passive receiver of news.   Local television is still the most popular source of local news, but it is losing ground.   Today’s journalist needs to be a reporter as well as a curator of news.   Carefully.
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        What is the first thing you should do when greeting your subject?     Why is it important to sometimes schedule extra time when interviewing someone with a disability?     If the person you are interviewing stops talking, should you quickly fill the silence with another question? Why?     What is one question you.
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        List three ways a reporter can use social media to prepare for the morning editorial meeting.     Describe some of the ways Facebook and YouTube changed the reporting & information flow on the April 2007 Virginia Tech massacre. Reporting Tool       How does the quick development of a Twitter hashtag help organize.
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        Describe ways you would develop your focus area if you were assigned the local schools beat in a small market.     Talk about some of your impressions and lessons learned from Brianna Keilar’s description of covering Capitol Hill for CNN.       Discuss the process on how a tip leads to an investigative.
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        Describe how to set realistic goals for your beat.     Describe some ways to establish a working relationship with police officers, not just the media contacts at police stations.     When observing in a courtroom, what else can you describe in your story other than what is being said?     What are beat.
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    A kicker is a.    a strong line or quote that ends a story. b.    a surprising twist in a story. c.     the climax of a story. d.    the resolution of a story.   You do NOT need to attribute a(n) _____. a.    actuality b.    sound bite c.     well?known fact d.    paraphrase   _____ lead is a mini?story that illustrates something about the.
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      List and briefly describe three ways to organize the material you’ve gathered. 2.                      Briefly describe three ways to use natural sound to enhance a radio or TV script. 2.                      Broadcaster Forrest Carr calls these four words worthless: “allegedly,” “suspect,” “apparently” and “undetermined.” Discuss why he calls each one worthless. Do you agree or.
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      On the police beat, whom else should you get to know? a.    the police officers’ families b.    victims & their families c.     defense lawyers d.    both b and c   On the court beat, you should expect a.    the right to a speedy trial. b.    a lot of waiting for court motions, hearings and deliberations. c.     to hear.
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      List and briefly describe the five stages of storytelling.     List the advantages and disadvantages of the diamond story form. •           •             List the advantages and disadvantages of the Christmas tree story form. •                          List the advantages and disadvantages of the wine glass story form. •             .
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    In following the paper trail, which document do you need to find out who owns a property? a.    deed b.    case file c.     state registration d.    donor records   In following the paper trail, which agency should you check with to verify facts about a company? a.    County Assessor’s Office b.    Superior Court c.     Corporation Commission d.    Federal Elections.
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    The most common elements journalists agree on related to news judgments are a.  ugly, sad, important and timely. b.  important, shocking, sad and interesting. c.   important, timely, interesting and relevant. d.  sad, glad and mad.   Twenty years ago all of these were the major sources of news EXCEPT a.  newspaper. b.  text. c.   radio. d.  television.   The Web 2.0.
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      Before you head to the courthouse to cover a case, you should a.    shoot fresh video or find file video related to case. b.    confirm docket information. c.     contact attorneys. d.    all of the above.   What is NOT considered social media? a.    YouTube b.    Twitter c.     a newspaper’s website d.    Facebook   What event is commonly referred to as.
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    Sequencing is a series of shots that, when edited together, flow seamlessly.     An effective wide shot fills the frame with a close?up of the subject of your sequence.     Making a “wish list” of elements you would like to gather for your story will eventually save you time.     Even when you set your shot.
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      You are assigned to cover a protest at the state capitol. Describe three sequences you should plan to shoot for your video story.     Explain how “being a caring human being” can help you in crafting a successful video story.     You are covering a protest at the state capitol. Describe how you would.
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      You don’t need to start thinking about your script until after you’ve finished your research, reporting and interviews.   Select sound bites that are of the same length in a package about a controversial subject, such as abortion, so that all sides receive the same amount of time.   Include as much wallpaper video.
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      Which of these is considered a source? a.    the mayor b.    the witness to a crime c.     a legal document d.    all of the above   When using a source from a nonprofit agency, you should a.    also ask them to put you in touch with people directly affected by the story. b.    not worry about bias. c.    .
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      What is the first most important piece of equipment you will need to ensure you get the required audio for your story?     When it comes to shooting video, what is sequencing?     Should you zoom with the camera or “zoom with your feet”? Why?     When do you use your tripod?     What is the difference in.
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        List the advantages and disadvantages of the narrative arc story form. •                          What is a wallpaper video?     Why is it important to spell words correctly in a broadcast script?         A strong, satisfying conclusion has two parts. What’s the difference between the climax of a story and the resolution of a story?         .
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    Which of the following is NOT a core component of Producer Vision? a.    execution b.    content c.     backup plans d.    production   Which of the following is NOT a great way to find story ideas? a.    turn on the TV b.    read, read, read c.     go online d.    listen to your favorite song on the way to work   What is the.
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    How many stages of interviewing are talked about in this chapter? a.    2 b.    3 c.     4 d.    5   What type of interview is challenging? a.    spot news b.    confrontational c.     ambush d.    all of the above   What is a POS? a.    IFB sound system b.    Professional source c.     Person on the street d.    Point On Camera   In defining the heart of.
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      _____ groups will pull together databases for you on topics like government spending, population reports, public safety issues and corporate earnings.   The _____ is a resource for students looking for legal guidance while covering stories; it offers details on both federal and state law.   First Amendment attorneys suggest keeping a.
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    In radio news, the equivalent of a direct quote is called a(n) _____. a.    actuality b.    sound bite c.     natural sound d.    reader   In TV news, the equivalent of a direct quote is called a(n) _____. a.    actuality b.    sound bite c.     natural sound d.    reader   The other name for a TV reporter’s narration is _____. a.    voice?over b.    voicer c.     sound bite d.   .
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      Today’s successful journalists must consider themselves platform _____, meaning it doesn’t matter whether someone is watching your story on television, reading it online or listening to it on a radio or phone.   The collaborative effort of newspapers forced to put all its information on the Web instead of printing during.
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      Pick a favorite movie. Discuss the elements of good storytelling that make this a memorable movie.         Some stories lend themselves more naturally to visual treatment than others. Issue?oriented stories, such as raising the U.S. debt ceiling or relying more on solar energy, might be better told with words. Using the.
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      If you have only ten minutes for an interview, ask : a.    background questions first. b.    about their scholastic history. c.     the most important questions first. d.    the least important questions first to help them get comfortable.   You might have to ask a question again and again to get a good sound bite, especially.
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    What should you consider while evaluating a potential news item?     What are some of the elements that make up Web 2.0?     Over the last 20 years, which news sources have decreased in audience consumption?     What news sources are up in audience consumption during the last 20 years?         Give an.
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      The _____ story form begins and ends with a person who is dealing with a problem or an issue. Information and perspectives in the middle explain the story’s significance.   The _____ story form introduces a person or place. One or more surprising twists lead to background and context.   The _____ story form.
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