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Question 1: The advent of the ________ has also allowed the non-English newspapers to put out a scaled-down English version to give their newspaper a global outreach.
World Wide WebE-mailInternet Relay ChatInternet

Question 2: ________: half the size of broadsheets at 380 mm by 300 mm (15 by 11¾ inches), and often perceived as sensationalist in contrast to broadsheets.
TabloidThe Sun (newspaper)The TimesUnited Kingdom

Question 3: For example, someone might want only a Sunday paper, or perhaps only Sunday and Saturday, or maybe only a ________ subscription, or perhaps a daily subscription.
Working timeGap yearWorkweekEight-hour day

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  American newspaper vending machine featuring news of the 1984 Summer Olympics.
  Diario de Pernambuco, founded in 1825 is the first newspaper in all South America.
  Front page of The New York Times on Armistice Day, November 11, 1918.
  Israeli daily newspaper Haaretz, seen in its Hebrew and English editions

Question 5: According to United Nations data from 1995 Japan has three daily papers —the Yomiuri Shimbun, ________, and Mainichi Shimbun — with circulations well above 5.5 million.
Nihon Keizai ShimbunShimbun AkahataSankei ShimbunAsahi Shimbun

Question 6: A newspaper is a publication containing news, information, and ________.
Product placementBrandAdvertising researchAdvertising

Question 7: The first newspaper in Portugal, A Gazeta, was published in 1645 in ________.
MadridLisbonParisAthens

Question 8: The first newspaper in ________ was published in 1631, La Gazette (originally published as Gazette de France).
United KingdomCanadaItalyFrance

Question 9: In 1814, The Times (________) acquired a printing press capable of making 1,100 impressions per minute.
LondonMoscowBerlinStockholm

Question 10: [13] Advances in printing technology related to the ________ enabled newspapers to become an even more widely circulated means of communication.
Textile manufacture during the Industrial RevolutionThomas HighsWilliam RadcliffeIndustrial Revolution
















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