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13 terms
History of Journalism
Slander
Libel
Partisan Press
penny press
A oral defamatory statement (false statement about a person o…
A defamatory statement: that is 1) a false statement about a…
early American newspapers that aligned themselves with one po…
from the mid 19th century, newspapers that were filled with n…
Slander
A oral defamatory statement (false statement about a person o…
Libel
A defamatory statement: that is 1) a false statement about a…
20 terms
History of Journalism
Newspaper
penny press
Inverted Pyramid
yellow journalism
Publications that contain information about current events, f…
early newspapers that sold for 1 cent.
format which puts most important facts first.
represents screaming headlines and cheap melodrama.
Newspaper
Publications that contain information about current events, f…
penny press
early newspapers that sold for 1 cent.
39 terms
History of Journalism
First freedom of the First Amendment
By 1936 there were this many TV sets i…
First Newspaper
Two publishers who fought each other w…
Religion
200
Publick Occurences
Hearst and Pulitzer
First freedom of the First Amendment
Religion
By 1936 there were this many TV sets i…
200
34 terms
History of Journalism
John Campbell
Benjamin Franklin
John Peter Zenger
Mary Katherine Goddard
Published the Boston - Newsletter, America's 1st newspaper.
Wrote anonymously as "Silence Dogood" for the Pennsylvania Ga…
Sued for libel by the governor of New York setting a preceden…
Worked in her mother's printing business and printed the orig…
John Campbell
Published the Boston - Newsletter, America's 1st newspaper.
Benjamin Franklin
Wrote anonymously as "Silence Dogood" for the Pennsylvania Ga…
12 terms
History of Journalism
Colonial Newspapers
Penny Press
Inverted Pyramid
Yellow Journalism
1690-1765, Boston - heart of the colonial press, topics: ship…
Newspapers that, because of technological innovations in prin…
A style of writing most commonly applied to news stories in w…
journalism that is based upon sensationalism and crude exagge…
Colonial Newspapers
1690-1765, Boston - heart of the colonial press, topics: ship…
Penny Press
Newspapers that, because of technological innovations in prin…
10 terms
History of Journalism
Elizabeth Jane Cochrane
Joseph Pulitzer
William Randolph Hearst
Margaret Bourke-White
Female investigative journalist, also known as Nellie Bly.
Hungarian-American newspaper publisher who established the Pu…
A newspaper publisher of the The New York Journal who helped…
Female photojournalist known for her coverage of WWII.
Elizabeth Jane Cochrane
Female investigative journalist, also known as Nellie Bly.
Joseph Pulitzer
Hungarian-American newspaper publisher who established the Pu…
35 terms
History of Journalism
Who Published Publick Occurrences Both…
How long did Publick Occurrences Both…
Why was it shuttered (closed)?
The first continuously published Ameri…
Benjamin Harris
One day
The essays which this paper contained did not please the auth…
The Boston News-Letter which premiered on April 24, 1704
Who Published Publick Occurrences Both…
Benjamin Harris
How long did Publick Occurrences Both…
One day
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History of Journalism Vocabulary Words
journalism that is based upon sensatio…
is a politically conservative American…
the suppression of free speech, public…
The extent, breadth or range of a matter
Yellow Journalsim
The Drudge Report
Censorship
Scope
journalism that is based upon sensatio…
Yellow Journalsim
is a politically conservative American…
The Drudge Report
12 terms
History of Journalism Quiz
journalism that is based upon sensatio…
is a politically conservative American…
the suppression of free speech, public…
The extent, breadth or range of a matter
yellow journalism
The Drudge Report
Sensationalism
Scope
journalism that is based upon sensatio…
yellow journalism
is a politically conservative American…
The Drudge Report
16 terms
Journalism History
Sumerian thumb roller
Roman roads, Julius Caesar, Actu Diurna
Johann Gutenberg
Founding fathers
small presses used on clay. one of the first written forms of…
"Actu Diurna", begun by Julius Caesar in 59 B.C., was an offi…
Generally believed to have invented moveable type.
...
Sumerian thumb roller
small presses used on clay. one of the first written forms of…
Roman roads, Julius Caesar, Actu Diurna
"Actu Diurna", begun by Julius Caesar in 59 B.C., was an offi…
15 terms
History of Journalism
Yellow Journalism
First amendment
Penny Press
Publick Occurrences
Journalism that is based upon sensationalism and crude exagge…
This amendment gives right to- freedom of assembly, freedom o…
Penny press newspapers were cheap, tabloid-style newspapers m…
Publick Occurrences was the first real newspaper, consisting…
Yellow Journalism
Journalism that is based upon sensationalism and crude exagge…
First amendment
This amendment gives right to- freedom of assembly, freedom o…
20 terms
Journalism History of Journalism
Robert Sengstacke Abbott
Carl Bernstein
Katharine Graham
William Randolph Hearst
Virtually single-handedly set off the "Great Migration" of Af…
The Washington Post reporter who, along with Bob Woodward, he…
Publisher of the Washington Post: known as a boss who believe…
Acquired the New York Journal in 1905: believed the public is…
Robert Sengstacke Abbott
Virtually single-handedly set off the "Great Migration" of Af…
Carl Bernstein
The Washington Post reporter who, along with Bob Woodward, he…
10 terms
History of Journalism
1690
1769
1835
1844
The first newspaper in America is published in Boston, Massac…
Isaac Doolittle builds first printing press in America. Dooli…
James Gordon Bennett issues the first edition of the New York…
America's first telegraph line, stretching from Washington D.…
1690
The first newspaper in America is published in Boston, Massac…
1769
Isaac Doolittle builds first printing press in America. Dooli…
14 terms
History of Journalism Test
Mass media is born in AD 1440 with thi…
Governments first tried to exercise co…
From 1694 to 1712, the press enjoyed a…
First journalists persecuted for talki…
The Gutenberg Press
Requiring Licensing fees
Seditious libel, Treason and Parliamentary proceedings
Benjamin Harris
Mass media is born in AD 1440 with thi…
The Gutenberg Press
Governments first tried to exercise co…
Requiring Licensing fees
12 terms
Journalism History
Gutenburg invents movable type
Early American Publications
Creation of The Associated Press
Era of Yellow Journalism
1440
Publick Ocurrences, Common Sense
1849
1890s
Gutenburg invents movable type
1440
Early American Publications
Publick Ocurrences, Common Sense
21 terms
The history of journalism
Printing press
Joseph puitzer
William Randolph hearst
Yellow journalism
Gutenberg
New york world
New York morning journal
Based on opinion masquerading as objectives fact
Printing press
Gutenberg
Joseph puitzer
New york world
23 terms
History of Journalism
Publick Occurrences
Zenger Trial
1775
The Federalist Papers
published 1690. Only one paper because the British shut it do…
in 1735. Established truth as a defense against libel. You ca…
Most papers allied themselves with the Patriots because of th…
published between 1787 and 1788 in several New York State new…
Publick Occurrences
published 1690. Only one paper because the British shut it do…
Zenger Trial
in 1735. Established truth as a defense against libel. You ca…
9 terms
History of Journalism
muckrakers
yellow journalism
William Randolph Hearst
Joseph Pulitzer
a reporter or writer who investigates and publishes truthful…
a type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate we…
competed with Joseph Pulitzer in the circulation ... publisher o…
publisher of The New York World... originally known as crusader…
muckrakers
a reporter or writer who investigates and publishes truthful…
yellow journalism
a type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate we…
20 terms
History of Journalism
Columbus Letter of 1493
La Prensa/Conquistadores
Press in the Colonies
New York Weekly Journal (1773)
Columbus sent letters to Ferdinand and Isabella about his voy…
1539; 1st Printing Press was in Mexico City (in the Americas)…
- Boston is one of the cities that produces the most books (L…
Created by John Peter Zenger and was a newspaper that was ver…
Columbus Letter of 1493
Columbus sent letters to Ferdinand and Isabella about his voy…
La Prensa/Conquistadores
1539; 1st Printing Press was in Mexico City (in the Americas)…
28 terms
Journalism History
Joseph Pulitzer
William Randolph Hearst
Henry Luce
Katherine Graham
-NY World... -St. Louis Dispatch... -St. Louis Post... -Served as rep…
-NY Journal... -San Francisco Examiner, aquired from father... -Too…
-Time Magazine... -Launched Time in 1922... -Started "Fortune"... -Big…
-Washington Post... -Watergate... -Father bought the Post... -Publishe…
Joseph Pulitzer
-NY World... -St. Louis Dispatch... -St. Louis Post... -Served as rep…
William Randolph Hearst
-NY Journal... -San Francisco Examiner, aquired from father... -Too…
27 terms
History of Journalism
Gutenberg Press (1450)
Public Occurences (1690)
Boston Newsletter (1704)
John Peter Zenger
leads to more literacy and religious reform; causes increase…
first colonial newspaper; only published once, then shut down
first continuously published newspaper in the colonies; ran a…
criticized NY Gov. Will Crosby... charged with sedition... lawyer w…
Gutenberg Press (1450)
leads to more literacy and religious reform; causes increase…
Public Occurences (1690)
first colonial newspaper; only published once, then shut down
20 terms
History of Journalism
Newspaper
penny press
Inverted Pyramid
yellow journalism
Publications that contain information about current events, f…
early newspapers that sold for 1 cent.
format which puts most important facts first.
represents screaming headlines and cheap melodrama.
Newspaper
Publications that contain information about current events, f…
penny press
early newspapers that sold for 1 cent.
15 terms
History of journalism
Journalism
Communication
Printing press
Telegraph
Collecting, editing, and presenting/publishing
Give or exchang info, signals or messages by talk, gestures,…
1439 Johann Gutenberg, first form of printing
1840's used to convey news at a distance
Journalism
Collecting, editing, and presenting/publishing
Communication
Give or exchang info, signals or messages by talk, gestures,…
26 terms
History of Journalism
Walter Winchell
Dorothy Thompson
Ernie Pyle
Edward R. Murrow
pioneer radio gossip columnist for ABC, wrote for New York Da…
American journalist and radio broadcaster, wrote about Hitler…
World War II war correspondent
pioneer anchor of 1950s TV broadcast news, WWII coverage, CBS
Walter Winchell
pioneer radio gossip columnist for ABC, wrote for New York Da…
Dorothy Thompson
American journalist and radio broadcaster, wrote about Hitler…
29 terms
History of Journalism
Benjamin Day
Benjamin Harris
Benjamin Franklin
Nellie Bly
started the Penny Press
printed Publick Occurrences
worked in his brother's print shop at 16
first investigative journalist - investigated insane asylums…
Benjamin Day
started the Penny Press
Benjamin Harris
printed Publick Occurrences
History of Journalism
H.L. Mencken
Mark Twain
Hunter S. Thomson
Nellie Bly
"Biting social commentary"
Columnist for a paper in Nevada
Gonzo journalist
Wrote bold undercover stories
H.L. Mencken
"Biting social commentary"
Mark Twain
Columnist for a paper in Nevada
31 terms
The History of Journalism
What does red symbolize?
The first televised political debates
What did Murrow want to expose? Was he…
Name Murrow's 2 shows, how are they di…
red
Nixon vs. Kennedy
Taking away American privacy; making accusations without proo…
1) See it Now- revealed the real news and exposed something o…
What does red symbolize?
red
The first televised political debates
Nixon vs. Kennedy
30 terms
History of Journalism
What was the first newspaper published…
What was the first regularly published…
Who was the first American woman to pu…
What trial influenced the right of fre…
Publik Occurences, Both Forreign and Domestick; 1690; Four days
Boston News-letter
Anne Green
1735 John Zenger case
What was the first newspaper published…
Publik Occurences, Both Forreign and Domestick; 1690; Four days
What was the first regularly published…
Boston News-letter
23 terms
History of Journalism
Johannes Guttenburg
Publick Occurrences
sedition
penny press
Created first modern book, operated a press, 42 line bible, 1…
Foreign and Domestic, first multipage newspaper, only had one…
the crime of saying, writing, or doing something that encoura…
newspaper that cost only one cent, meaning news was available…
Johannes Guttenburg
Created first modern book, operated a press, 42 line bible, 1…
Publick Occurrences
Foreign and Domestic, first multipage newspaper, only had one…
15 terms
Journalism History
Publick Occurrences
Boston Newspaper
By Authority
1st Amendment
1st attempt at a American Newspaper. Published in Boston in 1…
1st contentious paper. "By Authority"
had governments approval
gave the people freedom of press, speech
Publick Occurrences
1st attempt at a American Newspaper. Published in Boston in 1…
Boston Newspaper
1st contentious paper. "By Authority"
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Journalism History Terms
Publick Occurrences
John Peter Zenger
1st Amendment
Penny Press
1st newspaper printed in the colonies
arrested for libel/sedition; won his case
Guarantees freedom of speech, to practice religion, to gather…
Newspapers which sold for so cheap - everyone in America coul…
Publick Occurrences
1st newspaper printed in the colonies
John Peter Zenger
arrested for libel/sedition; won his case
journalism history
first published newspaper
John Peter Zenger
Andrew Hamilton
First Amendment Protects
Publick Occurrences Both Foreign and Domestick (1660)
journalist imprisoned for telling the truth about the govener
defended Zenger
Freedom of the press
first published newspaper
Publick Occurrences Both Foreign and Domestick (1660)
John Peter Zenger
journalist imprisoned for telling the truth about the govener
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Chapter 1 - History of Journalism (Journalism)
Newspapers
Penny press
Inverted Pyramid
Yellow Journalism
publications that contain information about current events, f…
newspapers named after their cost; 1 cent
in case of a telegraph breaking down, a writing format that w…
screaming headlines and cheap melodrama
Newspapers
publications that contain information about current events, f…
Penny press
newspapers named after their cost; 1 cent
47 terms
Journalism history
Gutenburg
third revolution
Gutenburg bible
queen elizebth
invented printing press 1450
printing press
first major book made 42 line bible
star chamber cencorship
Gutenburg
invented printing press 1450
third revolution
printing press
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JOURNALISM HISTORY
George Stock
Margaret Bourke-white
Ku Klux Klan
"It has only been through the searchin…
photographer who took photo of three dead soldiers on Buna be…
Army's first set of uniforms for women correspondent. Was tol…
led by William Joseph Simmons. Offered a sense of fraternity.…
In reference to KKK coverage, said by US Representative Peter…
George Stock
photographer who took photo of three dead soldiers on Buna be…
Margaret Bourke-white
Army's first set of uniforms for women correspondent. Was tol…
28 terms
Journalism History
1936 and lasted 36 years
Henry R. Luce
London, Paris, Chicago & New York
More writers than photographers
Life Magazine in years:
Life Magazine founder:
Beauros:
Associates to photographers:
1936 and lasted 36 years
Life Magazine in years:
Henry R. Luce
Life Magazine founder:
25 terms
History Journalism
Penny Press
Johann Gutenburg
Mark Twain
Janet Cooke
made newspapers for the lower and middle classmen not just fo…
the person who made the gutenburg press and invented movable…
he wrote the adventures of huckleberry finn and the adventure…
she won a pulitzer prize for writing a fake story about a boy…
Penny Press
made newspapers for the lower and middle classmen not just fo…
Johann Gutenburg
the person who made the gutenburg press and invented movable…
20 terms
history of journalism
yellow journalism
William Randolph Hearst
Nelly Bly
Joseph Pulitzer
a sensational brand of journalism given to hoaxes, altered ph…
yellow journalist who started one of the largest journalism e…
woman journalist who pretended to be mentally ill for a story…
yellow journalist who founded the colombia school of journali…
yellow journalism
a sensational brand of journalism given to hoaxes, altered ph…
William Randolph Hearst
yellow journalist who started one of the largest journalism e…
20 terms
History of Journalism
1448
Sept 26, 1690
April 27, 1704
1735
Gutenberg developed the printing press
Benjamin Harris publishes the "Publick Occurrences Both Forre…
Boston News-Letter published by John Campbell- the first cont…
John Peter Zenger accused and tried for libel against the Bri…
1448
Gutenberg developed the printing press
Sept 26, 1690
Benjamin Harris publishes the "Publick Occurrences Both Forre…
22 terms
History of journalism
Gutenberg
Stephen Daye
Publick occurrences both foreign and d…
Stamp act
First printing press
First printing press assembled in American colonies
First multi-paged newspaper that published 1 issue
Had to pay taxes on paper placed by British government
Gutenberg
First printing press
Stephen Daye
First printing press assembled in American colonies
30 terms
History of journalism
Johann Gutenberg
Oxford Gazette
Public Occurences
John Peter Zenger
Invented printing press
First true English-language newspaper (1665)
America's first newspaper; shut down after one issue (1690)
Charged with 'seditious libel' and was innocent, so reporters…
Johann Gutenberg
Invented printing press
Oxford Gazette
First true English-language newspaper (1665)
25 terms
History of Journalism
Publick Occurrences
John Peter Zenger
Stamp Act
Benjamin Day
the title of the first multi-page newspaper published in the…
a German American printer and journalist in New York City. He…
an act of the British parliament that imposed a stamp duty of…
an American newspaper publisher best known for founding the N…
Publick Occurrences
the title of the first multi-page newspaper published in the…
John Peter Zenger
a German American printer and journalist in New York City. He…
32 terms
History of Journalism
3000 BC
1500 BC
200 BC
59 BC
Sumerians invent writing
Semintes develop alphabet
Parchment (early paper) is invented in Asia Minor
Romans Publish "New Sheets"
3000 BC
Sumerians invent writing
1500 BC
Semintes develop alphabet
20 terms
History of journalism
town criers
freedom of press
freedom of speech
tabloid
went through towns yelling news
freedom to print anything that is true
freedom to say what you want
unethical journalism
town criers
went through towns yelling news
freedom of press
freedom to print anything that is true
11 terms
History of journalism
Muckraking
Yellow journalism
Penny press
Publick Occurrences
the action of searching out and publicizing scandalous inform…
journalism that is based upon sensationalism and crude exagge…
newspapers were cheap, tabloid-style newspapers mass-produced…
The first at a newspaper published in the american colonies
Muckraking
the action of searching out and publicizing scandalous inform…
Yellow journalism
journalism that is based upon sensationalism and crude exagge…
15 terms
History of Journalism
Mudrackers
Yellow Journalism
William Hearst
Boston Newspaper
Do-gooders that practice investigative journalism
False stories created to stir drama. Use more often today
Inherited newspaper company from father and created the compa…
First continuous newspaper
Mudrackers
Do-gooders that practice investigative journalism
Yellow Journalism
False stories created to stir drama. Use more often today
20 terms
History of Journalism
William Randolph Hearst
Mudrackers
Yellow Journalism
Penny Press
A journalist who started out with yellow journalism than went…
The do-gooders of journalism. The raise awareness on wrong or…
An unethical form of newspaper. It mainly focus on sensationa…
A newspaper in the old days that many people bought because i…
William Randolph Hearst
A journalist who started out with yellow journalism than went…
Mudrackers
The do-gooders of journalism. The raise awareness on wrong or…
20 terms
History of Journalism
Yellow journalism
Ben Franklin
Matthew Brady
Telegraph
Created stories, not factual.
Made 1st editoral cartoon.
Famous photographer.
Get news faster, inverted pyramid style.
Yellow journalism
Created stories, not factual.
Ben Franklin
Made 1st editoral cartoon.
17 terms
History of Journalism
Publick Occurrences
Boston News Letter
"by authority"
John Peter Zinger
The first multi-page newspaper published in the Americas publ…
First continuously published newspaper in British North Ameri…
With permission from the government
German American journalist and printer in New York City impri…
Publick Occurrences
The first multi-page newspaper published in the Americas publ…
Boston News Letter
First continuously published newspaper in British North Ameri…
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