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115 terms
Journalism
Lead
Hard lead
Feature Fact
News Peg
The first paragraph or first several sentences of a newspaper…
A lead that reports a new development or newly discovered fac…
The big news
The most current news feature in an on-going story
Lead
The first paragraph or first several sentences of a newspaper…
Hard lead
A lead that reports a new development or newly discovered fac…
49 terms
Journalism
First freedom of the First Amendment
By 1936 there were this many TV sets i…
First Student Newspaper
Two publishers who fought each other w…
Religion
200
The Student's Gazette
Hearst and Pulitzer
First freedom of the First Amendment
Religion
By 1936 there were this many TV sets i…
200
13 terms
Journalism
ethics
credibility
objectivity
slander
A system of moral principles.
Believability, trustworthiness
An impersonal presentation of events and characters. It is a…
False charges and malicious oral statements about someone
ethics
A system of moral principles.
credibility
Believability, trustworthiness
20 terms
Journalism
John Peter Zenger
libel
First Amendment
James Madison
first person to be tried for libel
bad mouthing someone in print
free speech
founding father who wrote the the First Amendment
John Peter Zenger
first person to be tried for libel
libel
bad mouthing someone in print
35 terms
Journalism
editorial
beat
copy
deadline
story written to persuade
subject or organization a reporter is assigned to cover
material written for publication
time when stories must be submitted for publication
editorial
story written to persuade
beat
subject or organization a reporter is assigned to cover
Journalism
Journalism
Journalist
Investigating
Interviewing
Writing articles and stories for newspapers or magazines or b…
A person who collects, writes or distributes news or informat…
Looking for facts and information to support the truth.
A conversation of questions and answers to find out facts and…
Journalism
Writing articles and stories for newspapers or magazines or b…
Journalist
A person who collects, writes or distributes news or informat…
journalism
news
timey
proximity
prominence
what people need to know, what is interesting to them within…
when the story happens it needs to come out... time in advance t…
close by... can be far away if important
news worthiness... doing something out of the ordinary
news
what people need to know, what is interesting to them within…
timey
when the story happens it needs to come out... time in advance t…
20 terms
Journalism
5 w's and h
Caption
Editorial
Ethics
the essentials to any story: who, what, where, when, why, and…
the portion of the layout which explains what is happening in…
a type of story which serves to express an opinion and encour…
a standard of conduct based on moral beliefs
5 w's and h
the essentials to any story: who, what, where, when, why, and…
Caption
the portion of the layout which explains what is happening in…
20 terms
Journalism
Ben Franklin
Join Or Die
American Revolution
Yellow Journalism
Ben Franklin's first editorial cartoon... and the first edito…
Major advances in news, brought the telegraph, the Inverted p…
earliest form of tabloids. Made up of staged stories, lies in…
Ben Franklin
Join Or Die
Ben Franklin's first editorial cartoon... and the first edito…
26 terms
journalism
influence
integrity
accuracy
conflict of interest
to persuade them to only write only favorable things
knowing right and wrong and being trusted
reputation for being righ t
when you report on an organization that you belong to
influence
to persuade them to only write only favorable things
integrity
knowing right and wrong and being trusted
36 terms
Journalism
Gutenberg
1920 is
We are overloaded
The Gutenberg bible
Created the printing press
the time election news was broadcast-ed over the radio
with information
is the first mass produced book
Gutenberg
Created the printing press
1920 is
the time election news was broadcast-ed over the radio
11 terms
journalism
Immediacy
Conversational style
Active voice
Passive voice
The main point to stress and broadcast and the web stories is…
Writing simple sentences in a conversational manner - the way…
The structure of active voice is subject - verb - objective:…
Explains what action is being done to whom. ... Example: the wom…
Immediacy
The main point to stress and broadcast and the web stories is…
Conversational style
Writing simple sentences in a conversational manner - the way…
31 terms
Journalism
Edward Curtis
Frank Matsura
Alfred Stieglitz
Frank Gilbreth
photographed unrealistic standards of the Native Americans; s…
photographed reality of Indian culture
American photograph whose goal was to have photography accept…
Traced workers movement with lights to lower time to spent on…
Edward Curtis
photographed unrealistic standards of the Native Americans; s…
Frank Matsura
photographed reality of Indian culture
13 terms
Journalism
Correspondent
Off-The-Record
Roundup
Assignment
A person who works for the newspaper and goes out and reports…
A reporter who talks about materials in confidence
A story including a number of related events
A task for the report to do on an event
Correspondent
A person who works for the newspaper and goes out and reports…
Off-The-Record
A reporter who talks about materials in confidence
journalism
acta diurna
early journalists
benjamin Franklin
1st amendment
were a daily gazette. They were carved on stone or metal and…
mark twain, winston churchill, Daniel Defoe,
made the news paper more popular among the common man w/ more…
Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, and Petition
acta diurna
were a daily gazette. They were carved on stone or metal and…
early journalists
mark twain, winston churchill, Daniel Defoe,
Journalism
newspaper masthead
anecdotal lead
image metadata
video scrape
a statement printed in all issues of a newspaper usually on t…
when you begin an essay with a short story that is an example…
Image metadata is text information pertaining to an image fil…
An illegal way of stealing original content from a legitimate…
newspaper masthead
a statement printed in all issues of a newspaper usually on t…
anecdotal lead
when you begin an essay with a short story that is an example…
journalism
Lead-In
B-roll:
natural sound:
White space-
the information read by a newscaster to introduce a sound bite
Extra video footage, sent separately or along with a VNR, for…
the noises and voices that can be heard at the scene of a new…
an area without ink, normally used by designers as graphic el…
Lead-In
the information read by a newscaster to introduce a sound bite
B-roll:
Extra video footage, sent separately or along with a VNR, for…
Journalism
News Value
Timeliness
Proximity
Prominence
Criteria by which journalists determine newsworthiness, inclu…
A news value that is about what is happening right now!
A news value that is about location, location, location.
A news value that is about the importance of the people or th…
News Value
Criteria by which journalists determine newsworthiness, inclu…
Timeliness
A news value that is about what is happening right now!
Journalism
Journalism
Journalist
Credibility
Verify
is traditionally defined as the gathering and reporting of ne…
a person who gatherers and reports the news. ex: reporters T.…
the belief that what someone says is true
to check for accuracy
Journalism
is traditionally defined as the gathering and reporting of ne…
Journalist
a person who gatherers and reports the news. ex: reporters T.…
Journalism
Analysis
Breaking News
Feature Stories
Journalism
reporters thoughts about the event
immediate news reported as an event happens
stories that look at the importance of an event
has the purpose of gathering and presenting the news
Analysis
reporters thoughts about the event
Breaking News
immediate news reported as an event happens
115 terms
Journalism
Lead
Hard lead
Feature Fact
News Peg
The first paragraph or first several sentences of a newspaper…
A lead that reports a new development or newly discovered fac…
The big news
The most current news feature in an on-going story
Lead
The first paragraph or first several sentences of a newspaper…
Hard lead
A lead that reports a new development or newly discovered fac…
29 terms
Journalism
Lead
What should a good lead answer?
Direct Lead
Delayed/Indirect Lead
The first sentence or two sentences/ first paragraph in a sto…
The 5 W's (Who, What, Where, When, What) and H (How)
Provides information for the reader, cuts to the chase and pr…
Sets the scene of the story, catches the reader but does not…
Lead
The first sentence or two sentences/ first paragraph in a sto…
What should a good lead answer?
The 5 W's (Who, What, Where, When, What) and H (How)
36 terms
Journalism
add
assignment
banner
break
an addition to a story already written
instruction to a reporter to cover an event
headline across or near the top of all or most newspaper page…
when a news development becomes known and available. Also the…
add
an addition to a story already written
assignment
instruction to a reporter to cover an event
30 terms
Journalism
Folio
Jump line
Liftout quote
Subhead
A line showing the page number, date, paper name, etc.
The page number this story continues from
A quotation from the story given graphic emphasis (also calle…
A boldface line of type used to organize the story and breaku…
Folio
A line showing the page number, date, paper name, etc.
Jump line
The page number this story continues from
Journalism
Bullet List
Clipboard
Column Inch
Cutout
A list introduced with a bullet or other dingbat
Temporary storage area for cut and copy
Unit of space one inch deep and one column wide
Photo published with most of the background eliminated
Bullet List
A list introduced with a bullet or other dingbat
Clipboard
Temporary storage area for cut and copy
49 terms
Journalism
First freedom of the First Amendment
By 1936 there were this many TV sets i…
First Student Newspaper
Two publishers who fought each other w…
Religion
200
The Student's Gazette
Hearst and Pulitzer
First freedom of the First Amendment
Religion
By 1936 there were this many TV sets i…
200
journalism
inverted pyramid
story lead
quote
transition
Used in news stories where the most important information is…
the story's opening paragraph. 1 sentence 5w's and h
repeat or copy out (a group of words from a text or speech),…
A word or phrase that links one idea to the next and carries…
inverted pyramid
Used in news stories where the most important information is…
story lead
the story's opening paragraph. 1 sentence 5w's and h
10 terms
Journalism
Add
Assignment
Attribution
Banner
An addition to a story already written or in the process of b…
Instruction to a reporter to a coved event
Designation of the person being quoted, the source of info in…
Headline across or near the top of all or most of a newspaper…
Add
An addition to a story already written or in the process of b…
Assignment
Instruction to a reporter to a coved event
20 terms
Journalism
Ben Franklin
Join Or Die
American Revolution
Yellow Journalism
Ben Franklin's first editorial cartoon... and the first edito…
Major advances in news, brought the telegraph, the Inverted p…
earliest form of tabloids. Made up of staged stories, lies in…
Ben Franklin
Join Or Die
Ben Franklin's first editorial cartoon... and the first edito…
5 terms
journalism
scholarly
analysis
interpretation
tertiary
uyen bac
phan tich
an explanation based on evidence
of third importance or rank
scholarly
uyen bac
analysis
phan tich
28 terms
Journalism Terms
5W+1H
Angle
Banner
Bias
The six questions that should be answered in every news artic…
A particular point of view or way of looking at a subject.
A headline that extends all the way across the page.
a position that is partial or slanted.
5W+1H
The six questions that should be answered in every news artic…
Angle
A particular point of view or way of looking at a subject.
41 terms
journalism
first amendment
what is journalism?
who reports journalism?
blur between infotainment and journalism
journalism is the only occupation protected by the first amen…
has become a more fertile field and blended with entertainmen…
NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES,... TV, INTERNET, BLOGGERS? HOW ABOUT CELL…
biggest problem in journalism
first amendment
journalism is the only occupation protected by the first amen…
what is journalism?
has become a more fertile field and blended with entertainmen…
20 terms
JOURNALISM
increase
decrease
slump
seesaw
augmenter
diminuer
plonger
osciller
increase
augmenter
decrease
diminuer
12 terms
Journalism
to be biased
a deadline
privacy
off the record
Unfairly prejudiced for or against someone or something
The latest time or date by which something should be completed
A state in which one is not observed or disturbed by other pe…
an unofficial statement, which can/should not be published
to be biased
Unfairly prejudiced for or against someone or something
a deadline
The latest time or date by which something should be completed
Journalism
Jared Kushner
Betsy DeVos
Chelsea manning
Brexit/EU
Hoing to work for donald trump amd is trumps son in law
Billionaire that is a senate. Big advocate of charter schools…
Obama let her out early, she leaked classified documents
Trump thinks EU will fail
Jared Kushner
Hoing to work for donald trump amd is trumps son in law
Betsy DeVos
Billionaire that is a senate. Big advocate of charter schools…
26 terms
Journalism
Flag
Layout
Mast
Sidebar
Logo of the newspaper on the front page.
The basic orientation of the page.
Spot in the paper where the staff is.
A column of extra info, usually on the side.
Flag
Logo of the newspaper on the front page.
Layout
The basic orientation of the page.
Journalism
Timeliness
Proximity
Consequence
Prominence
News that is happening now or recently
News happening close to home
Determines the importance of the story also known as impact
Well known people that are talked about
Timeliness
News that is happening now or recently
Proximity
News happening close to home
28 terms
Journalism
Prominence
Proximity
Feature
Profile
People in the story affect the impact
Location; closer the event the greater impact
Short piece of fiction; not related to a current event
Short, vivid character sketch
Prominence
People in the story affect the impact
Proximity
Location; closer the event the greater impact
journalism
Freedom of speech
freedom of the press
freedom of religion
freedom of assembly
people have the right to speak freely without government inte…
gives the press the right to publish news, information and op…
prohibits government from establishing a religion and protect…
people have the right to gather in public to march, protest,…
Freedom of speech
people have the right to speak freely without government inte…
freedom of the press
gives the press the right to publish news, information and op…
Journalism
Journalism
Weekly newspaper
Daily newspaper
Journalist
The effort to gather and report the news by the media
Published once a week; prints local news
Published daily or more than a couple times a week; cover a w…
A person who gathers and reports news across all media; Peopl…
Journalism
The effort to gather and report the news by the media
Weekly newspaper
Published once a week; prints local news
25 terms
Journalism
Banner
Byline
Byline title
Copy
Headline that streches across multiple calomns
Name of the reporter
Title of a reporter
All the words in a story typed
Banner
Headline that streches across multiple calomns
Byline
Name of the reporter
Journalism
absolute privilege
actual malice
add
anecdotal lead
the right of legislators, judges and government executives to…
reckless disregard of the truth. It is a condition in libel c…
a typewritten page of copy following the first page. "First a…
a newspaper story beginning that uses humor or an interesting…
absolute privilege
the right of legislators, judges and government executives to…
actual malice
reckless disregard of the truth. It is a condition in libel c…
Journalism
advertisement
anecdote
attribution
beat
a message printed in the newspaper in space paid for by the a…
short story about indicent or situation that shows rather tha…
the act of providing a reference to a source; citing the source
daily route covered by reporter to keep in touch with sources
advertisement
a message printed in the newspaper in space paid for by the a…
anecdote
short story about indicent or situation that shows rather tha…
18 terms
Journalism
Cropping
Halftone
Photo essay
Rule of thirds
Cutting or making of a photograph to eliminate unnecessary ma…
A screen that prepares a photograph image for reproduction by…
A story told in pictures generally involving 3 to 7 pics
A method of composing photogrPhs in which the field of vision…
Cropping
Cutting or making of a photograph to eliminate unnecessary ma…
Halftone
A screen that prepares a photograph image for reproduction by…
Journalism
quotation
balance
direct quotation
attribution
the exact words spoken by a source and cited as such in a med…
to represent all sides of an issue fairly
the exact, word-for-word account of what a source said, enclo…
the crediting of the source of information, source can be hum…
quotation
the exact words spoken by a source and cited as such in a med…
balance
to represent all sides of an issue fairly
journalism
signatures
trim sizes
cover
endsheets
16-page booklets
size 7, 8, and 9
positive first impression
heavy paper between the cover and the first and last pages
signatures
16-page booklets
trim sizes
size 7, 8, and 9
7 terms
Journalism
Impact
Timeliness
Prominence
Proximity
The number of people whose lives will be influenced in some w…
Recent events have higher new value than earlier happening. O…
For the same occurrence, people in the public eye have higher…
Stories about events and situations in one's home community a…
Impact
The number of people whose lives will be influenced in some w…
Timeliness
Recent events have higher new value than earlier happening. O…
Journalism
Responsibilities journalists obligations
Ethics
"Composite characters"
Credibility
Remain true to the essentials and ethics of journalism to rep…
A system of moral principles.
Fictional characters a news writer creates by using character…
The ability to inspire belief and trust.
Responsibilities journalists obligations
Remain true to the essentials and ethics of journalism to rep…
Ethics
A system of moral principles.
49 terms
Journalism
Because what is news today may not be…
People + action + reader interest = news
News judgement
Who cares?
Why is news difficult to define?
Simplistic formula for news
The reporters own good sense in determining which of a dozen…
One way to determine the important of the event is to ask:
Because what is news today may not be…
Why is news difficult to define?
People + action + reader interest = news
Simplistic formula for news
Journalism
Stylebook
Style
Redundancy
Bias free language
A handbook for writers that contains rules and guidelines for…
The way in which writing is to be crafted to be consistent wi…
Repeating what is been said usually subtitle
Inclusive language that treats individuals of different gende…
Stylebook
A handbook for writers that contains rules and guidelines for…
Style
The way in which writing is to be crafted to be consistent wi…
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