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  8.Interviews should be carefully “scripted”, and you should attempt to not deviate from the questions you’ve written out in advance.  9.“Sit down” interviews are also referred to as “one-on-ones”.  It’s a good idea to stick closely to a list of specific questions while conducting an interview.  10.If you don’t understand.
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1 . Getting people to actually __________ what the site has to offer is the real measure of the site's success. a. read and think b.look and explore c.think and understand d.notice and care 2 . The_________ of stationary computers continues to make the web an inconvenient medium. a. non-portability b.vastness c.style d.disks 3 . News web sites.
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  1.____________________ journalism combines words and images to present ideas and information in ways that cannot be accomplished by text or illustration alone. 2.________________ Computer company was the leader in developing the necessary technology for graphics journalism. 3.Three general types of informational graphics that are most likely transferred to the web from print.
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  16.Write a television news copy story (reader) using a boomerang lead and the following information: The tiremaker Firestone today announced it will recall 3.5 million Wilderness AT tires on sport utility vehicles.  They’re 15-and-16 inch tires.  Federal investigators had ordered the tires recalled several months ago, but Firestone had refused.  Now.
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1 . The most foremost characteristic of media writing is : a.Accuracy b.Clarity c.Efficiency d.Precision 2 . Writing that has the quality of simplicity is : a.Writing at an elementary school level b.Writing that includes words no more than three syllables in length c.Writing that explains things so that the news can be understood by a wide audience d.Writing.
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  1 . There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that the Internet will lead to the “death of all media.” •True •False 2. Most of the country has access to the Internet and is using it regularly. •True •False 3 . The lines of contact between journalists and their audience are the same as they’ve always been;.
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1)Voice lessons have not met my expectations. I thought professor rosman?s methods, goals, and repertoire would be predictable and stuffy. Not startling and thorughly unconventional. I knew rosman?s methods were unusual at my first lesson in setember of 1990. When he asked me to pretend that I could only make.
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1 . What is the most important consideration of an editor? a.conciseness b.ambiguity c.timeliness d.accuracy 2 . Headlines should... a.be accurate b.emphasize the most important information c.express a complete thought d.all of the above 3 . Headlines should contain... a.12-20 words b.10-15  words c.8-10 words d.5-7 words 4 . Summaries should... a.tell the whole story b.encourage readers to read the story c.be like headlines d.be long and drawn out 5.
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1.The elements of the Day Rule are: a)context, philosophical foundations and critical thinking. b)moral, ethical and reasoning devices. c)ethika, virtue, and morals. d)none of the above. 2.On the Fake Hit of Mr. Black we learned: a)several hard and fast rules for moral and ethical decision-making. b)how there are many possible courses of action when situations are examined.
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  1. Design choices for web sites are simple and easily made. •True •False 2. Most people come out of school being experts in design and aesthetics. •True •False 3. Repetition is boring and should be used as little as possible in web design. •True •False 4. Even though consistency is good, variety should also be used in designing a.
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  1 . One advantage to web journalism is that it is more convenient than newspapers. •True •False 2 . All information put onto the web can be saved permanently if done correctly. •True •False 3. Information that was lost during the first 10 years of the web was a result of faulty medium. •True •False 4. People often return.
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  1. The web’s quality of permanence means that broadcast news no longer has to conform to a structure of linear presentation. •True •False 2. In comparison to broadcast journalists on the radio and television, broadcast journalists on the web will be more within reach of their audiences and more accountable to them. •True •False 3. According.
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1)Mary Strong is a librarian. Who is called Mary Prunella Clapsaddle Jones by her close friends. Because she collects strange names as other people collect rare stamps. Petite and pretty, she is witty, kind, and startlingly frank. 2)Marion and Matt are lifelong enemies. Because they are so much alike. She is.
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1 . What is meant by the phrase “Writing for Aunt Matilda?” a.Reporters should write for the women in their audience b.Reporters should write for a “typical” audience member c.Reporters should write for an older generation, because most older people keep up with the news d.Reporters should write with their family in mind, because.
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1. In 1991, Swiss physicist ____ developed the first hypertext system to allow people to share what they had through the Internet. a. Vannevar Bush b.Tim Berners-Lee c.Ted Nelson d.Glenn Reynolds e.None of the above 2. What are the ways web journalism differs from other media, as outlined in the text? a.Variety, expansion, depth, context b.Timeliness, content, convenience,.
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  16.Briefly rewrite the following story so that it conveys humor: BINGO IN ARKANSAS ( Helena, Arkansas - AP) -- Good news for bingo players in Arkansas.  The mayor of Helena says he’ll let bingo games continue at the Knights of Columbus hall.  Local police say they shut down a bingo game at.
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  1 . Graphics journalism is expensive. •True •False 2 . Graphics journalists must be experts in the language because they have so little space and consequently so few words to use. •True •False 3 . An organizational chart is an example of a chart-based graphic. •True •False 4 . A graphic should contain the minimum items necessary for understanding.
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  17.Consider the following radio story, then answer the questions that follow: Distracted Driving Pay attention...buckle up...driving is a full time job...That’s the new slogan from an employers safety group. It’s trying to alert drivers to the dangers of distraction. What exactly are we doing behind the wheel? Eating...chatting on cell phones...looking after.
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1 . Which of the following is NOT a general characteristic of graphics journalism? a. expensive b.easy to construct c.difficult to construct d.easy to understand 2 . A graphics revolution in the print media a.began in the 1980s and gained momentum in the 1990s. b.began in the 1990s and gained momentum after 2000. c.began in the 1970s.
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1)When Muriel decided to take up smoking a cigar. she shocked her friends and family, also she horrified her husband Arnold. Because everyone disapproved of her cigar smoking, Muriel began to avoid her friends, family, and husband. Instead, she started to research the history of cigars, furthermore, she began to.
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  11. The most consistent exploration of animation in journalism to date has come from photojournalists. True • False 12. If not used carefully, animation can distract the reader. •True •False 13 . The column chart refers to bar charts in which the bars run horizontally. •True •False 14. When designing a graphic, journalists should know how to use.
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  1. The web's content is regulated by the United States government. •True •False 2. All of the Communications Decency Act was ruled constitutional by the Supreme Court. •True •False 3. In a libel case, the plaintiff must prove communication to a third party, identification, damage and fault. True • False 4. The Electronic Communications Privacy Act, passed in.
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1 . The photojournalist generally brings _______ and ________ to a news story. a. skills, expertise b.depth, expression c.information, personality d.illustration, visual context 2  _______ refers to where the objects in the photo appear. a. setting b.composition c.rule of thirds d.content 3 . What is the most common frustration of print photojournalists? a.there is not enough space to run.
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  11. Traditionally broadcasts have been linear in nature. •True •False 12. Immediacy is one of the strengths of broadcast news. •True •False 13. Television is the only source people can turn to for breaking news. •True •False 14 . Writing is not important in broadcast news. •True •False 15 . Sometimes broadcasters may have to reformat sound and video so that visitors.
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1.The point, mood and meaning of a story: a)should be determined by the writer before he writes. b)need not be decided until after the story is written. c)never appear all together in the same story. d)do not dictate elements of writing style. 2.“Surprise endings” and “a sense of suspense” a)should not be used in traditional short-form.
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1 . What is payola? a.when a person wins the lottery b.Friday's when journalists get their paychecks c.When freelancers for the New York Times were paid for their old work being placed on the Times web site c. When disc jockeys are bribed to give new artists air time and radio play 2 . The agency.
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  7.Two different moral agents may, through proper reasoning, arrive at opposing but equally compelling conclusions about the most ethical decision.  8.It is sound and acceptable moral and ethical practice to lead an interviewee into giving certain specific answers, as long as you are certain he would have given similar answers.
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  1.Shovelware is an expensive but easy way for a web site to update its content. 2.Having a site change every few minutes or every few hours is one of the hallmarks of moderate updating. 3.Some weblogs have rules that participants must follow. 4.Communicating is the central function of the web. 5.Webzines are more.
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  1.According to the author, ________________ is at the heart of the journalistic process, no matter what the medium. 2.The ________________ has the most important job because he/she sets the standard and tone for the kind of journalism that is practiced at a news organization. 3._____________________ means that information is broken into chunks.
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1.Which of the following is not an organizational technique(s) discussed in the chapter? a)“Writing as you go” and “The Milieu Factor” b)Asking What Do I Need? c)Computer Assisted Filtering (CAF) d)Writing standup bridges or closes in the field 2.Which of the following is not a question to ask when developing a story? a)Do I have the.
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  11 . The first commitment of a broadcast journalist is... a.simplicity b.accuracy c.conciseness d.immediacy 12 . Broadcast writers strive for ____________ by eliminating all but the most necessary adjectives and adverbs from their writing. a. conciseness b.simplicity c.accuracy d.immediacy 13 . The dramatic unity structure consists of.... a.accuracy, immediacy and simplicity b.timeliness, facts and causes c.causes, effects and dénouement d.climax, cause and effect 14..
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1 . Which of the following has the most immediate impact on its audience? a.a newspaper article b.a magazine article c.a television broadcast 2. According to the author, broadcast journalists must commit to a.accuracy b.clarity c.precision d.efficiency e.all of the above 3 . Which of the following is NOT a part of the structure of dramatic unity? a. climax b.cause c.effect d.opinions 4 ..
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  s17.Elaborate briefly on the following tenets of the RTNDA Code of Ethics, i.e. what it means and why it is important. a)Strive to present the source or nature of broadcast news material in a way that is balanced, accurate and fair. b)Respect the dignity, privacy and well-being of people with whom they.
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  1. Web journalists must learn to handle various forms of information. •True •False 2. The general public is considered as good a source as the experts for most readers •True •False 3. Lateral thinking is just finding links with information related to a story •True •False 4. Web journalists should be able to think about how the information is.
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  1. Efficiency in writing means generating copy as quickly as possible with little regard for accuracy or precision. •True •False 2. The content of a story is more important than a reporter’s personal style of writing. •True •False 3. Long paragraphs are better for news stories because the longer the paragraph, the more information can be.
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1. According to your text, which of the following is NOT a method of populating a web site with content? a. shovelware b.moderate updating c.popular updating d.aggressive updating e.original content 2 . Which is NOT a characteristic of shovelware? a.expensive and difficult to operate b.cheap and easy to operate c.shifts content with little or no change d.it works 3 ..
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  1.A _________________________ is a site that is devoted to delivering timely news and information to its audience. 2._________________________ refers to the practice of simply shifting the content produced by the organization for another medium (newspaper, radio, or television) to the web site with little or no change. 3.A web site that employs.
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1 . A technique for writing news stories that has proven effective and resilient over time and is ideal for web journalism is ________. a. The feature story b.Unusualness c.Lateral writing d.The inverted pyramid 2 . What is a technique used by web journalists that makes their stories more interactive than print or broadcasting?.
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