Study Guide for Chapter 9
Study Guide for Chapter 9 MCA 227
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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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