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Question 1: Fourth Estate • Fifth Estate • ________ • Infotainment • Media bias • Public relations • Yellow journalism
DefamationFreedom of the pressState mediaBlog

Question 2: For example, in the original format of ________.
NBC Nightly NewsToday (NBC program)Meet the PressNBC News

Question 3: The last major figure to present commentary in a news broadcast format in the US was ________.[Dunning, John.
Citadel MediaMorning JoePaul Harvey, Jr.Paul Harvey

Question 4: In the UK, ITN's presenters are referred to as newscasters (and have been since the 1950s), whilst those working at the ________ are called newsreaders.
TG4BBCNorwegian Broadcasting CorporationRaidió Teilifís Éireann

Question 5: The term "anchor man" was used to describe ________'s role at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions.
Katie CouricDan RatherCBS Evening NewsWalter Cronkite

Question 6: A news presenter (also known as newsreader, newscaster, anchorman or anchorwoman, news anchor or simply anchor) is a person who presents a news show on television, radio or the ________.
InternetWorld Wide WebInternet Relay ChatE-mail

Question 7: Prior to the ________ era, radio-news broadcasts often mixed news with opinion and each presenter strove for a distinctive style.
Mechanical televisionTelevisionVideoClosed captioning

Question 8: Advocacy • Churnalism • Citizen • Civic • Collaborative • Community • Conspiracy • Database • Gonzo • Investigative • Literary • ________ • Narrative • New • Opinion • Special Interest • Peace • Visual • Watchdog
Media biasDefamationMuckrakerJournalism ethics and standards

Question 9: In the United States and ________, news anchors (also known as "anchorpersons", "anchormen", or "anchorwomen") present material prepared for a news program and, at times, must improvise commentary for live presentation.
United KingdomBarbadosBelizeCanada

Question 10: ________ • Magazines • News agencies • Broadcast • Online • Photojournalism • Alternative media
NewspaperMedia biasNews mediaDefamation







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