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Study Guide for Chapter 9

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Study Guide for Chapter 9 MCA 227

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Chapter 9 quiz Monday 11/16
Writing for Print Media
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This 0 page Study Guide was uploaded by Rk18370p on Tuesday November 10, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to MCA 227 at Pace University taught by Czerwinski in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 25 views. For similar materials see Writing for Print Media in Communication at Pace University.

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Date Created: 11/10/15
Chapter 9 1 Which if the following is the best example of a broadcast journalism strength a Emotional appeal 2 Who hosts a newscast a News anchor 3 What do radio reporters call the snippets of audio they collect and use in a story a Sound bites 4 ln television who supervises newscast material a Producers 5 What tense do broadcast news writers use a Present 6 A written version of a radio news story is called a a Script 7 What is a voicer a A report with no sound bites 8 What does a Broll refer to a Video images shot at a news scene used later to illustrate a sound bite that was recorded separately 9 In TV who decides how much air time each story deserves a Newscast producer 10ln TV what is the most basic type of story a Voiceover 11What story format combines sound bites standups and voiceovers a Package 12What is a rundown a The order in which stories will appear during a newscast 13What is a stand up a A shot of a reporter at a news scene reporting a story 14What is a voice over a A television news format where the anchor39s voice overlays video that illustrates the topic 15ln radio what is a tease a A brief headline or promo for a coming story 16What does on cam mean a The image being telecast 17What does the term cart refer to a Cuts recorded on tape cartridges 18Which of the following is the best example of a broadcast journalism strength a Entertainment 19What is the term for the recorded voice of someone in the news or sound from a news event a Actuality 20What is a spoken transition that connects one story segment to another a Bridge


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