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Study Guide for Chapter 8

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Study Guide for Chapter 8 MCA 227

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Chapter 8 quiz on Monday (11/9)
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This 0 page Study Guide was uploaded by Rk18370p on Wednesday November 4, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to MCA 227 at Pace University taught by Czerwinski in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 58 views. For similar materials see Writing for Print Media in Communication at Pace University.


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Date Created: 11/04/15
Study Guide Chapter 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 What is a news story on a website called a A web package According to the textbook what do critics contend is one of the big drawbacks of becoming a backpack journalist a Carrying so much equipment will jeopardize reporters39 health What is the purpose of multimedia options a To engage What best describes a blog a A website where users post news comments or links What is an example of an interactive option a Links What is a Web site39s Page 1 usually called a The home page What may someday replace newspapers a Electronic newspapers What is an example of interactive extra a A poll question What is another term for journalist convergence a Crossplatform journalism media convergence fusion What must journalist learn to do to become good convergence reporters or quotcontent producersquot a Multitask Which of the following is a good use for animated graphics online a To capture atmosphere and action What is another term for slideshows a Photo galleries How should blogs be considered a As pure opinion nothing more According to surveys what do Web users do to stories when users go to a Website a Scan them The online package planning guide asks journalists to think like a An editor What is the most crucial difference between print and online stories a Timeliness What is the best explanations of why blogs are important according to the textbook a Because they encourage two way conversation What must journalists do to the text online to create readable Web sites a Add subheads to break up long streams of gray text True or False A podcast is a radio version of a story a True True or False Reporters have little reason to use social media to monitor the conversations ongoing in the community a False


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