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Introduction to Journalism
The First Amendment
Journalism
"Sunshine Laws"
Objectivity
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of re…
the objective "recreation" of reality within context
shining a light basically to keep intact; open meeting laws;…
a lack of bias, judgment, or prejudice; judgment based on obs…
The First Amendment
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of re…
Journalism
the objective "recreation" of reality within context
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Introduction to Journalism
News
Six things that make News "News"
Basic News Reporting
Inverted Pyramid
- Account of an event, fact or opinion that interests people…
1. Proximity: Location. Location. Location. If the event is h…
- written in concise way to pack as much information into eve…
- narrow tip pointing downward (last newsworthy information)…
News
- Account of an event, fact or opinion that interests people…
Six things that make News "News"
1. Proximity: Location. Location. Location. If the event is h…
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Introduction to Journalism
Assignment
Copy
Correspondent
Editor
Designation by an editor for a reporter to cover an event
An written material
A reporter who usually files stories from another city, state…
A person who assigns, approves, or corrects stories for publi…
Assignment
Designation by an editor for a reporter to cover an event
Copy
An written material
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Introduction to Journalism Vocabulary Terms
alignment along the left and right mar…
the head of an entire newspaper operat…
a report of what people in a specific…
the running of a photo or other graphi…
justified alignment
publisher
survey or poll
bleed
alignment along the left and right mar…
justified alignment
the head of an entire newspaper operat…
publisher
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Introduction to Journalism Test 1
5 W's an H
5 things every reporter needs to know…
Inverted Pyramid
The lead
Who, What, Where, When, Why, How
1) readers are in a hurry... 2) readers readers have a short att…
-writing from most climatic to least climatic facts... -saves re…
a sentence or two of the most important information in a stor…
5 W's an H
Who, What, Where, When, Why, How
5 things every reporter needs to know…
1) readers are in a hurry... 2) readers readers have a short att…
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Introduction to Broadcast Journalism
Broadcast Journalism
Tell
Reader
V/O
Communicating information to large groups of people via telev…
The basic broadcast story forms
A story without additional sound biter or video
(voice over) A television term for a story told with video bu…
Broadcast Journalism
Communicating information to large groups of people via telev…
Tell
The basic broadcast story forms
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Introduction to Journalism 13
Bright
Budget
Bump
Clustering
A short, amusing story
Round of of stories by each department in the newsroom used t…
To delay or relocate
Presentation of news stories with similar stories
Bright
A short, amusing story
Budget
Round of of stories by each department in the newsroom used t…
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Introduction to Journalism 12
Chain
Data
Dateline
Laddar
Two or more newspapers owned by a single person or corporation
information and statistics that bring perspective to a story
Line at the beginning of a news story telling the point of or…
A page-by-page of what will be included in the yearbook
Chain
Two or more newspapers owned by a single person or corporation
Data
information and statistics that bring perspective to a story
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Introduction to Journalism 14
Cartoonist
Crowdsourcing
Dominance
Field Producer
Artist who specializes in drawing coming strips for newspaper
The use of a group people to gain information usually through…
Visual Impact on page
Behind-the-scene TV reporter who often does the leg work for…
Cartoonist
Artist who specializes in drawing coming strips for newspaper
Crowdsourcing
The use of a group people to gain information usually through…
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Introduction to Broadcast Journalism- Cinematography
Cinematography
Tripod
Pan
Tilt
making lighting and camera choices when recording photographi…
Provides stability for a camera
Side to Side movement of a camera across a scene or subject
Up and down movement of a camera on a scene or subject
Cinematography
making lighting and camera choices when recording photographi…
Tripod
Provides stability for a camera
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Introduction to journalism final exam
Correspondent
Tease
Newsprint
Stylebook
A reporter who usually files stories from another city
Brief news item that coaxes readers, viewers, or listeners
Inexpensive paper used for printing newspapers
Manual of rules for writing copy
Correspondent
A reporter who usually files stories from another city
Tease
Brief news item that coaxes readers, viewers, or listeners
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Journalism Introduction Vocabulary
By-Line
Caption
Banner
Graphics
This indicates who wrote the story. It often includes the wri…
The portion of the layout that explains what is happening in…
The name of the paper that usually appears at the top of page…
The use of lines, screens, boxes, large initial letters etc.…
By-Line
This indicates who wrote the story. It often includes the wri…
Caption
The portion of the layout that explains what is happening in…
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Introduction into Journalism- Vocabulary
Beat
Byline
Lead
Confidential Source
Area assigned to a reporter for regular coverage. Also, an ex…
Name of the reporter who wrote the story, placed atop the pub…
First paragraph of the story.
Also known as an unnamed source, it is a source used in a sto…
Beat
Area assigned to a reporter for regular coverage. Also, an ex…
Byline
Name of the reporter who wrote the story, placed atop the pub…
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Introduction to Journalism Vocabulary
active voice
Advertisement
Attribution
Banner
subject does action
a message printed in the newspaper in space paid for by the a…
Identifying or citing the source
A headline in large type running across the entire width of t…
active voice
subject does action
Advertisement
a message printed in the newspaper in space paid for by the a…
Introduction to Journalism: Final
What makes news?
Define Journalism
Three basic categories of news coverage
Convergence
timeliness, proximity, prominence, consequence, conflict, unu…
Journalism is, a process, NOT a medium, journalism is IN news…
Hard news, soft news & features, investigative reporting.
1.) Practicing journalism in more than one way, more than one…
What makes news?
timeliness, proximity, prominence, consequence, conflict, unu…
Define Journalism
Journalism is, a process, NOT a medium, journalism is IN news…
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Introduction to Journalism Midterm
Wire Services
Hierarchy newspaper jobs
Different newspaper job titles (school…
Future book
Provide news around-the-clock from all over the world... ex. Ass…
Publisher, editors, subeditors, reporters
School publications mirror professional publications. Princip…
Listing by date of events coming up that the newspaper may wa…
Wire Services
Provide news around-the-clock from all over the world... ex. Ass…
Hierarchy newspaper jobs
Publisher, editors, subeditors, reporters
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Ch. 7 Introduction to Journalism
Fair report privilege
Opinion privilege
Fair comment and criticism
Privacy Protection Act
allows journalists to report on anything said in official gov…
protects written opinions from libel suits
allows you to criticize performers and politicians in matters…
protects you from searches and seizures unless officials susp…
Fair report privilege
allows journalists to report on anything said in official gov…
Opinion privilege
protects written opinions from libel suits
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Introduction to Journalism Quiz Study Guide
Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Schoo…
Bethel School District v. Fraser (1985)
Morse v. Frederick
Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier…
Q: Does a prohibition against the wearing of armbands in publ…
Q: Does the First amendment prevent a school district from di…
Q: Does the First Amendment allow public schools to prohibit…
Q: Did the Principal's deletion of the articles violate the s…
Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Schoo…
Q: Does a prohibition against the wearing of armbands in publ…
Bethel School District v. Fraser (1985)
Q: Does the First amendment prevent a school district from di…
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Introduction to Journalism FINAL EXAM
Tinker v Des Moines
Bethel v Fraser
Hazelwood v Kuhlmeier
Morse v Frederick
A court case where two siblings wore anti-Vietnam War wristba…
A case where a student nominated his friend for student body…
...
...
Tinker v Des Moines
A court case where two siblings wore anti-Vietnam War wristba…
Bethel v Fraser
A case where a student nominated his friend for student body…
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Journal Intime- Introduction
What an interesting day I just had
Everything started badly for me
I can't sleep because
What a weekend I just had
Quelle journée interessante je viens de passer
Tout a mal commencé pour moi
Je n'ai pas sommeil car
Quel week-end je viens de passer
What an interesting day I just had
Quelle journée interessante je viens de passer
Everything started badly for me
Tout a mal commencé pour moi
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Introduction to Video Journalism 7 and 8
Anchor
Bites or Bytes
B-roll
Back Timing
The newscaster who hosts the studio portion of the newscast.…
People speaking on tape. Called actualities or sound cuts in…
Video that is shot for a TV news story and used to visualize…
A convenient way of counting down the length of a newscast. T…
Anchor
The newscaster who hosts the studio portion of the newscast.…
Bites or Bytes
People speaking on tape. Called actualities or sound cuts in…
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Journal entry: introduction + expressing surprise
Il est tard mais il faut absolument qu…
Il faut vraiment que je te raconte ce…
Devine ce que s'est passé aujourd'hui.
Devine ce que (m') arrivé!
It is late but I really have to tell you something.
I really have to tell you what happened today.
Guess what happened today.
Guess what happened (to me) !
Il est tard mais il faut absolument qu…
It is late but I really have to tell you something.
Il faut vraiment que je te raconte ce…
I really have to tell you what happened today.
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[WHS-JLSM] Introduction to Journalism Vocabulary (FINAL)
blaming the messenger
gatekeeper
journalism
niche audience
A term taken from Greek tragedy, the habit of holding the pre…
A traditional role for the press, which has the power to deci…
The process of presenting current information of importance a…
An audience for journalism with specialized interests; for ex…
blaming the messenger
A term taken from Greek tragedy, the habit of holding the pre…
gatekeeper
A traditional role for the press, which has the power to deci…
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Introduction to Journalism // Leads // Quiz over Chapter 7
Lead
Summary Leads and Soft Lead
Summary Leads
Soft leads
What is the beginning of the story that entices the reader?
What are two types of leads?
What are also called hard-news leads?
What are also called "feature leads" "delayed leads" or "indi…
Lead
What is the beginning of the story that entices the reader?
Summary Leads and Soft Lead
What are two types of leads?
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Intro to Broadcast Journalism terms
Talent
Voice-Over (VO)
Sound-on-Tape (SOT)
VO/SOT
The anchor or reporter or narrator that is on camera, by voic…
When the anchor (talent) reads the story over video
When an interviewee is on camera giving a statement
Both VO and SOT, usually runs back to back
Talent
The anchor or reporter or narrator that is on camera, by voic…
Voice-Over (VO)
When the anchor (talent) reads the story over video
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Intro to Journalism Final Exam Review
diversity
Hutchins Commission
A Free and Responsible Press
five major responsibilities of the press
race, gender, education, socio-economic background, age, reli…
A commission formed by Time's Henry Luce in the 1940s to exam…
In 1947, the Hutchins Commission published their findings in…
The _____ ______ __________ ___ ____ ______ are: a truthful,…
diversity
race, gender, education, socio-economic background, age, reli…
Hutchins Commission
A commission formed by Time's Henry Luce in the 1940s to exam…
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Language of Journalism Set 4 (Copy)
Copy
Attribution
Source
Transition
written text or story
Identification of the person who said the words being quoted.…
The person a reporter interviews. This person is a "source" o…
A factual word or phrase a writer uses to link one fact or qu…
Copy
written text or story
Attribution
Identification of the person who said the words being quoted.…
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Language of Journalism Set 1 (What is Journalism?)
Journalism
Journalist
Interview
Quote
the activity of gathering, assessing, creating, and presentin…
a person who writes or prepares news to be published or broad…
A conversation between a reporter and a source. The purpose o…
Exact words of a source set off in quotation marks, typically…
Journalism
the activity of gathering, assessing, creating, and presentin…
Journalist
a person who writes or prepares news to be published or broad…
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Language of Journalism Set 5 (Press Law & Design)
First Amendment
Censorship
Libel
Slander
A promise by the government to respect the individual rights…
The suppression of speech, public communication or other info…
Publication (written) of a false statement of fact that serio…
a public verbal false statement of fact that seriously harms…
First Amendment
A promise by the government to respect the individual rights…
Censorship
The suppression of speech, public communication or other info…
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TCU Intro to Journalism Exam 1
2 Types of Communication
Journalism
5 Ws and H
Elements of News
Intrapersonal communication and Mass communication
Is a process to produce information. It starts with an idea,…
WHO is involved in the story... WHAT is the event... WHEN is the ti…
Timeliness... Proximity... Impact... Prominence... Conflict... Unusualness... E…
2 Types of Communication
Intrapersonal communication and Mass communication
Journalism
Is a process to produce information. It starts with an idea,…
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Language of Journalism Set 2 (Photography)
Pulitzer Prize
Breaking News Photography
Feature Photography
Joseph Pulitzer
An award for achievements in newspaper and online journalism,…
Photos taken as a result of news based on a current issue tha…
Photos taken as a result of news based on a current issue tha…
A Hungarian-born American newspaper publisher of the St. Loui…
Pulitzer Prize
An award for achievements in newspaper and online journalism,…
Breaking News Photography
Photos taken as a result of news based on a current issue tha…
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Language of Journalism Set 3 (Coverage & Captions)
Coverage
Caption
Present Tense
Past Tense
the range of pictures and stories throughout a publication
A few sentences that identify the who, what, where, when, why…
Verb tense used in the first sentence of a caption.
Verb tense used in the second and any additional sentences of…
Coverage
the range of pictures and stories throughout a publication
Caption
A few sentences that identify the who, what, where, when, why…
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Language of Journalism (Master Set - S2) UPDATED
Journalism
Journalist
Interview
Nutgraph
the activity of gathering, assessing, creating, and presentin…
a person who writes or prepares news to be published or broad…
A conversation between a reporter and a source. The purpose o…
summary paragraph located near the beginning of a story, usua…
Journalism
the activity of gathering, assessing, creating, and presentin…
Journalist
a person who writes or prepares news to be published or broad…
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Intro to Journalism Final Brown TCU
Sedition Act
newsworthy
fcc
no one
silenced propaganda against the government, especially during…
timely, proximity, conflict, prominent subject, human-interes…
who regulates the networks on TV?
who regulates the cable stations on TV?
Sedition Act
silenced propaganda against the government, especially during…
newsworthy
timely, proximity, conflict, prominent subject, human-interes…
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intro to journalism
How has storytelling changed throughou…
How does media affect us?
What is interpersonal communication?
What is mediated communication?
From interpersonal modes of story telling we have developed f…
Mediation becomes a part of our experience of real things. Po…
Two people having a conversation
Two people talk to each other on the telephone or via instant…
How has storytelling changed throughou…
From interpersonal modes of story telling we have developed f…
How does media affect us?
Mediation becomes a part of our experience of real things. Po…
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Journalism Vocabulary Chapter 2
advertisement
angle
article
assignment
words or pictures printed in a newspaper to help sell a produ…
the approach or perspective from which a news story is viewed…
a piece of writing about a particular subject
a story a reporter is given to cover or work on
advertisement
words or pictures printed in a newspaper to help sell a produ…
angle
the approach or perspective from which a news story is viewed…
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Chapter 17: Student Press Law (Journalism)
actual malice
copyright law
defamation
fair comment
a specialized legal doctrine which means libel was published…
a legal protection for original work that prohibits its use o…
unprotected expression that is publishing a false statement o…
a defense against libel that allows a reporter and others in…
actual malice
a specialized legal doctrine which means libel was published…
copyright law
a legal protection for original work that prohibits its use o…
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Journalism Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Stock Question
Formal Interview
Off The Record
Anecdote
an all purpose question usable in any situation
an interview set up and planned in advance
an agreement reached, before an interview begins, that the in…
a short personal story about an event or occurrence
Stock Question
an all purpose question usable in any situation
Formal Interview
an interview set up and planned in advance
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Intro to Journalism Vocabulary
Add
Assignment
Attribution
Banner
Addition to a story already written or in the process of beom…
Instruction to a reporter to cover an event
Designation of the person being quoted. Also the source of in…
Headline across or near the top of all or most newspaper page…
Add
Addition to a story already written or in the process of beom…
Assignment
Instruction to a reporter to cover an event
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Intro to Journalism Quiz 5
How does the government try to manipul…
On the record
Off the record
On background
They take advantage of news flow/editorial cycle... They also us…
can be used and attributed
cannot be quoted or used for the journalists own benefit
can use it, cannot figure out/reveil source
How does the government try to manipul…
They take advantage of news flow/editorial cycle... They also us…
On the record
can be used and attributed
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Ch. 1, I. to Journalism (Year 2)
Conglomerates
E-mail/ email
FCC
Feedback
Companies that own media companies as well as businesses that…
Mail that is delivered electronically over the Internet.
Federal Comunications Commission. It regulates broadcast stat…
A response sent back to the sender from the person who receiv…
Conglomerates
Companies that own media companies as well as businesses that…
E-mail/ email
Mail that is delivered electronically over the Internet.
Intro to Journalism Midterm
Sports Feature Story
Sports Feature Story
Sports Feature Story
Op-ed Page
Game Story
Feature Story
Columns
Editorials
Sports Feature Story
Game Story
Sports Feature Story
Feature Story
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Intro to Journalism 3 TCU
Three dominant revenue streams for new…
The first threat to newspapers
McClatchy
Newshole
Retail Advertising... Classified Advertising... Real Estate ads
radio
paid $4.5 billion for Knight Ridder or $40 a share... now trades…
Space not taken up with advertising... used for editorial conten…
Three dominant revenue streams for new…
Retail Advertising... Classified Advertising... Real Estate ads
The first threat to newspapers
radio
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Intro Journalism vocab #3
News hole
Off the record
Op-ed page
Overnight
Soace in newspaper alotted to news illustrations and other no…
Describes material offered the reporter in confidence. If rep…
Abbreviation for the page opposite the editorial page. The pa…
Story usually written late at night for the afternoon newspap…
News hole
Soace in newspaper alotted to news illustrations and other no…
Off the record
Describes material offered the reporter in confidence. If rep…
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Intro to Journalism midterm
What is the first American Newspaper?
What is a tabloid?
What is a broad sheet?
What is a penny press?
Publick Occurrences
half size format
full size newspaper
sold for 1 penny, for the masses, lots of local news, funded…
What is the first American Newspaper?
Publick Occurrences
What is a tabloid?
half size format
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Intro to Journalism Midterm
Explain why media coverage of the foll…
Why did I say that crimes involving a…
Why do we hold the names of alleged vi…
Who were the two (now famous) journali…
O.J. Simpson - media chased OJ Simpson as he fled from police…
these people are held in high regards to the people, and it's…
for their protection
Bernstein and Woodward
Explain why media coverage of the foll…
O.J. Simpson - media chased OJ Simpson as he fled from police…
Why did I say that crimes involving a…
these people are held in high regards to the people, and it's…
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Intro to Journalism Midterm
anatomy of a newspaper
syndication
important news
editorial page
business office, backshop, circulation, advertising, editorial
columns, cartoons, horoscopes, crosswords
large headline, lead story on right above the fold
appears on left side, meant to argue a point of view, gets re…
anatomy of a newspaper
business office, backshop, circulation, advertising, editorial
syndication
columns, cartoons, horoscopes, crosswords
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Intro to Journalism Exam 2 TCU
records
audio tape
stereo
analog recording
what music playing method was the norm until the late 70s?
what made music portable in the 1960s?
what was created in '31 but used commercially in '58 that per…
captures fluctuations of sound waves and stores the signals i…
records
what music playing method was the norm until the late 70s?
audio tape
what made music portable in the 1960s?
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Intro to Journalism- Brown- TCU
mass media
oral and written eras
print era
media convergence
industries that create and distribute many products to large…
manuscripts used by the high class, working class illiterate,…
gutenberg's printing press, books were expensive, first mass-…
technological merging of content in different mass medias OR…
mass media
industries that create and distribute many products to large…
oral and written eras
manuscripts used by the high class, working class illiterate,…
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Journalism Vocabulary Words
Agenda
Bite
Bulletin
Bury
Ability of the media to affect public's beliefs
Portion of an interview
Late-Breaking story
To hide a story or ad
Agenda
Ability of the media to affect public's beliefs
Bite
Portion of an interview
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