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Question 1: ________, owners and other corporate executives, especially advertising sales executives, can try to use their powers over journalists to influence how news is reported and published.
ProofreadingEditingMass mediaPublishing

Question 2: Tom Wolfe, ________, Hunter S. Thompson are some of these examples.
The Kingdom and the PowerGay TaleseA Writer's LifeFame and Obscurity

Question 3: ________, on the other hand, is considered a good example of mixing straight news reporting, features, and combinations of the two, usually meeting standards of high quality.
ESPN RadioFox Sports RadioRadio DisneyNational Public Radio

Question 4: In the ________, there has never been a right to protect sources in a federal court.
United StatesPhilippinesAlaskaCanada

Question 5: Johann Carolus's Relation aller Fürnemmen und gedenckwürdigen Historien, published in 1605 in ________, is often recognized as the first newspaper.
HaguenauWissembourgStrasbourgRosheim

Question 6: In the 1920s, as modern journalism was just taking form, writer Walter Lippmann and American philosopher ________ debated over the role of journalism in a democracy.
David HumePlatoJohn DeweyImmanuel Kant

Question 7: But the role of and status of journalism, along with other forms of mass media, are undergoing changes resulting from the ________, especially Web 2.0.
E-mailInternet Relay ChatInternetWorld Wide Web

Question 8: Newspapers and periodicals often contain features (see ________) written by journalists, many of whom specialize in this form.
Copy editingNews styleJournalism ethics and standardsMedia bias

Question 9: CNN correspondent ________ also complained of self-censorship during the invasion of Iraq due to the fear of alienating key audiences in the US.
Sanjay GuptaChristiane AmanpourJohn Roberts (journalist)Anderson Cooper

Question 10: ________ is a growing problem in journalism, particularly in covering countries that sharply restrict press freedom.
EuphemismSelf-censorshipMedia biasInternet censorship
















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