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1. Purpose and content are the chief considerations in the design of an informational graphic. 2. Graphics journalists should explore the limits of their computer software and always try to pres- ent information in new and exciting ways. 3. Any article that deals with numbers is a candidate for a supplemental.
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1. What is the general AP style rule concerning num- bers? a. numbers should always be spelled out b. numbers should never be spelled out c. spell out numbers zero through nine; use figures for others d. use figures for numbers 100 or higher 2. Stylebooks promote consistency in writing by estab- lishing two.
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31. The opening day of the baseball season is on                    4. a.    Apr. b.    Ap. c.   April 32.                    clothes is he wearing if not his own. a.    Who's b.   Whos c.   Whose 33. The governor said he would not         his plans to engage.
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1. Visual journalism includes which of the following: a. copyediting b. beat reporting c. graphics journalism d. headline writing 2. One of the reasons photography is so important to journalism is that a. so many people want to be photojournalists b. so very few people want to be photojournalists c. still photographs have great visual and emotional.
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1. What is the essential act of journalism? a. expressing opinions b. communicating with the widest audience possible c. editing someone else’s copy d. gathering information 2. The time that an article is due is called a. an embargo b. a stop-work order c. an exclusive d. a deadline 3. News reporters generally gather most of their.
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1. An establishing shot, in photojournalism terms, a. focuses on the faces and emotions of the people in the picture b. tries to capture the movement of people in a picture c. gives a sense of the relationship of the people and objects in a picture to their environment d. is usually shot.
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1. What are the "three c's" of broadcast writing? a. climax, cause, conclusion b. correctness, clarity, color c. creative, concise, clean 2. Which is the best broadcast lead? a.  At a press conference this morning, Paul Artman, mayor of Greenville, said that he will not seek re-elec- tion. b. Paul Artman, at.
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11 a. Earl “Salty Dog” Draper was elected sheriff of Neshoba County in the last election. b. Earl, “Salty Dog,” Draper was elected sheriff of Neshoba County in the last election. c.  Earl Salty Dog Draper was elected sheriff of Neshoba County in the last election. 12 a. AP style says you should use yesterday,.
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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..
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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 2. What are the ways web journalism differs from other media, as outlined in the text? a. Variety, expansion, depth,.
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1. The first group of people to develop a system of writing that used standard symbols was the A. Egyptians B. Sumerians C. Chinese D. Romans 2. The first postal system was created by the A. Greeks B. Phoenicians C. Chinese D. Romans 3. The first daily newspaper was begun by                       . A. Oxford Gazette ..
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1. The most important news value for broadcast news is: a. good film or video b. timeliness c. reporter on the scene d. eyewitness report 2. The major difference between print and broadcast writing is: a. Broadcasters are more personal and have a better opportunity to explain the news b. Writing for print means tighter deadlines c..
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1. Good copyediting requires that copyeditors have a wide-ranging knowledge about many subjects. 2. A copyeditor should have an attitude that allows him or her to make changes in someone else’s writing. 3. Essential for good copyediting is at least five years of reporting experience. 4. Headline writing takes a.
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1. Good copyediting begins with a. excellent reporting skills b. a good foundation of knowledge of grammar, punc- tuation and spelling c. good eyesight d. a knowledge of the history of journalism 2. A good headline for a newspaper or web site a. should never give away the point of the story b. simulates a.
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1. Which of the words below is a coordinating conjunction?  and to except 2. What kind of clause is the one underlined in the sen- tence below? The office will be closed because it is a national holiday. subordinate clause appositive clause  independent clause 3. What is the combination of words that are underlined in the.
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1. The two most important developments during the nineteenth century in the field of journalism were the A. invention of printing press and invention of pho- tography B. invention of photography and speed of informa- tion C. invention of printing press and speed of infor- mation D. freedom of speech and invention of.
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11. What is an infinitive? a very long paragraph  a verbal primarily used as a noun; it is usually in the pres- ent tense and preceded by the word “to” a verbal primarily used as a noun; it is usually in the pres- ent tense and preceded by the word “for” 12. Identify the.
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1. Publication design is artificial; that is, everything is created by a human decision; nothing is natural. 2. Design considerations are very important to print publications, but they are of relatively little importance to web site. 3. Having good news judgment is certainly a necessity in other parts of the newspaper, but.
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21. The                           began in 1929 with the stock market crash. a.   Great Depression b.   great depression c.   great Depression 22. The            of the new building is an abandoned cemetery. a.    cite b.   site c.   sight 23. The                                 celebration will begin.
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1. Despite the importance of visual presentation, journalism is a craft dominated by words. 2. The flexibility of the web as a news medium is forcing many journalists to pay more attention to the visual aspects of reporting. 3. Photographers have often been thought of as scruffy outcasts of journalism. 4. Most.
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1. Apposition should be avoided in broadcast writing. 2. Never round off numbers used in broadcast copy. 3. In broadcast writing, the attribution should be placed at the beginning of a direct quote or indi- rect quote. 4. One of the most important considerations of a broadcast journalist is the timeliness.
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1. Depth in graphics journalism refers to a. the kind of information a graphic contains b. making the graphic forms appear three dimensional c. the ability of the graphics journalist to product the graphic quickly d. the relationship of the length to the width of a graphic 2. The chief goal of an informational.
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1. Statistics from national surveys say that 60 percent of adults in the nation regularly read maga- zines. 2.  A magazines job is concerned with gathering and disseminating news and information in a nondaily publication. 3. Like newspapers, most magazines can be subdivided by demographics. 4. Trade magazines are.
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11. The old man felt fortunate in the             he had acquired. a.   daughters-in-law b.   daughters-in-laws c.   daughter-in-laws 12. The                     he used to write letters reflected his personality. a.  stationery b.    stationary c.   stationiry 13. Ken Griffey   Jr is now on the same.
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