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tv pro test unit 8
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"a record of change"
News can be defined by what?
Timeliness, proximity, exceptional quality, possible future impact, prominence, number of people involved or affected, conflict, human interest, pathos, shock value, titillation component
Name the 11 characteristics of what makes a story "newsworthy"?
How recent the story is
What is timeliness?
How far away
What is proximity?
Referring to an aspect of the story that is different or unusual.
What does exceptional quality mean?
If the event that occurred will result in another major occurrence.
What does possible future impact mean?
Relating to someone or something of significance to the viewers of the news broadcast.
What does prominence mean?
True, the more people involved in a news event, the more newsworthy a story becomes.
True or False, the more people involved in a news event, the more newsworthy a story becomes.
Conflict refers to an emotional or physical "struggle" that has significance.
What does conflict refer to with regard to newsworthiness?
"Soft news", events that intrigue the general person.
What does human interest refer to in relation to newsworthiness?
"tear-jerker" stories, stories that tell things that elicit emotions of pity, sorrow, sympathy, or compassion.
What does pathos refer to in relation to newsworthiness?
Something unexpected and rare occurs in a story.
What does shock value refer to in relation to newsworthiness?
Stories having the involvement of sex
What does titillation component refer to in relation to newsworthiness?
stand-ups, bridges, and written content of the report
what is a reporter responsible for during an interview?
when you tell the audience where you got the information from
what is an attribution?
usually less than ten seconds
what is the recommended length for a sound bite?
lead-in, body, and close
what are the three parts of a news package?
damage or embarrass someones reputation
What are some things never to do in a interview?
a reporter in relation to the surroundings they are talking about. typically in beginning, middle, and end.
the narrator is heard but not seen
a visual or auditory shift from one part of the story to another.
a story that must be aired within a certain time frame
a story that can be aired any time of the year
a story that must be aired within a certain time frame.
reporting that covers both sides of the story
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