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7 terms
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…
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…
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
30 terms
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…
12 terms
Journalism
daily
surround
fascinating
forerunner
ежедневный
окружать
очаровательный
предшественник
daily
ежедневный
surround
окружать
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…
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…
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…
9 terms
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,
20 terms
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…
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.
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
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
9 terms
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.…
17 terms
Journalism
Rectangle Marquee
Lasso Tool
Crop tool
Eye dropper tool
Rectangle Marquee
Lasso Tool
20 terms
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
8 terms
Journalism
Monroe Doctrine
Rough Riders
Teddy Roosevelt
USS Maine
A statement of foreign policy which proclaimed that Europe sh…
Volunteer regiment of US Cavalry led by Teddy Roosevelt durin…
26th President, from 1901-1909, passed two acts that purified…
Ship that explodes off the coast of Cuba in Havana harbor and…
Monroe Doctrine
A statement of foreign policy which proclaimed that Europe sh…
Rough Riders
Volunteer regiment of US Cavalry led by Teddy Roosevelt durin…
44 terms
Journalism
ligament
legislative
detention
capture
Buffalo Bills rookie linebacker Reggie Ragland requires surge…
Russia plans to go ahead with polling stations for Sept. 18 l…
Canada's Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale announces the g…
Taliban captures Dahana-e-Ghori police headquarters in Afghan…
ligament
Buffalo Bills rookie linebacker Reggie Ragland requires surge…
legislative
Russia plans to go ahead with polling stations for Sept. 18 l…
26 terms
Journalism
Furtive
Illicit
Controversion
Incontrovertible
attempting to avoid notice or attention, typically because of…
forbidden by law, rules, or custom
the act of controverting(deny the truth of something or argue…
Not able to be denied or disputed
Furtive
attempting to avoid notice or attention, typically because of…
Illicit
forbidden by law, rules, or custom
29 terms
Journalism
Banner
Bulldog
Layout
Leading question
Headline across or near the top or all most of a newspaper.
Early edition,usually the first of a newspaper
A plan of how stories, pictures, and other elements are to ap…
A question phrased in such a way as to draw out a specific an…
Banner
Headline across or near the top or all most of a newspaper.
Bulldog
Early edition,usually the first of a newspaper
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…
22 terms
journalism
what is a close ended question?
what is a opened ended question?
what are the 5 rules of headlines
Captions:
answer is only yes or no
answer could be anything
use a verb, write in sentence format, use a verb tense approp…
Captions are the little "headlines" over the "cutlines" (the…
what is a close ended question?
answer is only yes or no
what is a opened ended question?
answer could be anything
30 terms
Journalism Vocabulary
5W+H
Byline
Beat Writer
Firsthand Information
information always included in a news story that answers who,…
writer's name at the beginning of an article
Writer who covers a "beat", or a specific topic, place or team
information based on personal experience or observation
5W+H
information always included in a news story that answers who,…
Byline
writer's name at the beginning of an article
34 terms
Le journal
la rubrique
la rubrique politique
la rubrique météo
la rubrique économie
La sección
La sección de política
La sección del tiempo
La sección de economía
la rubrique
La sección
la rubrique politique
La sección de política
journal
to resent
swap
to give a birth
deed
негодовать, возмущаться; обижаться на ч-л
менять(-ся), обменивать(-ся)
Родить ребенка
поступок, действие
to resent
негодовать, возмущаться; обижаться на ч-л
swap
менять(-ся), обменивать(-ся)
11 terms
Journalism Vocab. List 3
Rhetorical Question
Op-ed Page
Ad Hominem Attack
Editorial Cartoon
a question asked solely to produce an effect or make an asser…
A newspaper page devoted to signed articles by commentators,…
A logical fallacy in which an argument is rebutted by attacki…
illustrations or comic strips containing a political or socia…
Rhetorical Question
a question asked solely to produce an effect or make an asser…
Op-ed Page
A newspaper page devoted to signed articles by commentators,…
11 terms
Journalism Vocabulary List 2
Lead
Inverted Pyramid
Summary Lead
Quote Lead
The opening paragraph of an article, essay, news story or boo…
How information should be structured or prioritized in a text.
The most traditional lead in a journalism article. To the poi…
Features a short, eye-catching quote or remark, usually set i…
Lead
The opening paragraph of an article, essay, news story or boo…
Inverted Pyramid
How information should be structured or prioritized in a text.
6 terms
Journal
Page Number
Posting reference
Date
Particulars
On top left corner of the page. Numbered
In Journal, refers to a posting account.
The month goes on the first page of the transaction. For each…
Tells what type of account it is. Debits first. Credits secon…
Page Number
On top left corner of the page. Numbered
Posting reference
In Journal, refers to a posting account.
Journal
Gemelo
Moto acuática
Primogénito
Disparo
Twin
Jet ski
Firstborn
Shot
Gemelo
Twin
Moto acuática
Jet ski
22 terms
le journal
le journal
le article
le correspondant
la rédaction
o correspondente
le journal
le article
16 terms
JOURNAL
convert
tacit
trait
intrinsic
to change (something) into a different form or properties; tr…
understood without being openly expressed; implied:
a distinguishing characteristic or quality, especially of one…
belonging to a thing by its very nature
convert
to change (something) into a different form or properties; tr…
tacit
understood without being openly expressed; implied:
14 terms
Journalism Law and Ethics
Code of Ethics
Libel
Slander
Copyright
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
The action or crime of making a false spoken statement damagi…
The exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise ex…
Code of Ethics
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
Libel
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
36 terms
journals
fiat money
tender v.
tender n.
backlash
книжни пари
предлагам
предложение
засечка
fiat money
книжни пари
tender v.
предлагам
14 terms
Journalism Law and Ethics
Code of Ethics
Libel
Slander
Copyright
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
The action or crime of making a false spoken statement damagi…
The exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise ex…
Code of Ethics
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
Libel
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
14 terms
English for Journalism Unit 2
Abbreviation
Approach
Human Interest Stories
Idea
Abbreviation
Approach
80 terms
Journalism/News
journalism
article
in the news
witnesses
She is majoring in _____________. = the job or activity of wr…
There was an ________ about the school in the newspaper. = a…
The lives of celebrities are often ________. = (3 words) a st…
The reporter interviewed several ___________ after the accide…
journalism
She is majoring in _____________. = the job or activity of wr…
article
There was an ________ about the school in the newspaper. = a…
6 terms
CHAPTER 2-Journalism
conflict of interest
copy editor
libel
freedom of information laws or sunshin…
new story about a company for which you work.
Who checks the facts of the story before publication
Making a false and damaging statements about someone
people have the right to know what the government are doing.
conflict of interest
new story about a company for which you work.
copy editor
Who checks the facts of the story before publication
62 terms
Journalism Midterm
Lincoln Steffens
HL Mencken
Nellie Bly
Ernie Pyle
(mustache and circle glasses) Muckraker, often trashed the go…
He wrote a lot of satire. He was the most famous columnist in…
Very descriptive.stories:10 Days In The Madhouse, and Around…
War correspondent. died in battle. Wrote about war and everyo…
Lincoln Steffens
(mustache and circle glasses) Muckraker, often trashed the go…
HL Mencken
He wrote a lot of satire. He was the most famous columnist in…
32 terms
Unit 1 Journalism Review
invented the printing press
sometime around the 1440s
Captain John Smith
Jamestown around 1608
Johannes Gutenberg
When was the printing press invented?
first English reporter to live in what is now known as the Un…
In what settlement and when did Captain John Smith live and r…
invented the printing press
Johannes Gutenberg
sometime around the 1440s
When was the printing press invented?
30 terms
Journalism Terms
assignment
attribution
banner
beat
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 of a newspaper…
area assigned to a reporter for regular coverage
assignment
instruction to a reporter to cover an event
attribution
designation of the person being quoted. also the source of in…
20 terms
Journalism Review
What is a newspaper masthead?
What is an anecdotal lead?
What is UGC?
What is image metadata?
a printed list published in a fixed position of its owners, d…
beginning with a story.
User Generated Content, used to describe blogs, video, digita…
camera details and settings such as aperture, shutter speed,…
What is a newspaper masthead?
a printed list published in a fixed position of its owners, d…
What is an anecdotal lead?
beginning with a story.
27 terms
Journalism Glossary
banner
byline
center of visual interest (CVI)
copy
type of headline stretching the full width, usually at the to…
the name and identification of the story's author
the dominant item on the page--usually a photo, graphic or he…
a story, article, page, or block of text written for a newspa…
banner
type of headline stretching the full width, usually at the to…
byline
the name and identification of the story's author
15 terms
Radio Journalism
You should only include ____ .
Do NOT include ____.
In radio you are limited by ____.
Go for ____ stories and a ____ story _…
facts
opinion
time
shorter, high, count
You should only include ____ .
facts
Do NOT include ____.
opinion
28 terms
Journalism Team Vocabulary
5W+1H
Angle
Banne
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.
115 terms
Journalism Robin
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…
5 terms
Journalism - Interviewing
reproach
cynical
conscientious
supercilious
To express disapproval of
Thinking the worst of others' motivations; bitterly pessimist…
Wishing to do what is right, thoughful
Behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
reproach
To express disapproval of
cynical
Thinking the worst of others' motivations; bitterly pessimist…
10 terms
The ethics of journalism
ethics
credibility
objectivity
right of reply
a system of moral principles
the ability to inspire belief and trust
the ability to make fair,neutral observations about people an…
the opportunity for permitting a person criticized in a story…
ethics
a system of moral principles
credibility
the ability to inspire belief and trust
12 terms
Careers In Journalism
Tripod
Landscape
Candid
Black & White
A three legged stand for supporting a camera or other apparatus
All the visible features of an area of countryside or land
A photograph/person taken informally
A photograph/movie/television program/illusion in black, whit…
Tripod
A three legged stand for supporting a camera or other apparatus
Landscape
All the visible features of an area of countryside or land
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