Pols Test 3 - 1 . While politically significant, talk show...

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1 . While politically significant, talk show format is one of the least popular on radio. Student Response Value False 100% Score: 2/2 2 .
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Until the 1980s, there were federal laws which… Stud ent Resp onse Valu e A. limit ed how many medi a outlet s one comp any could own B. requi red broad caste rs provi de time for folks to expre ss politi
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Viewers of this network were consistently the least likely to be misinformed on the Iraq war in 2003: Stud ent Resp onse Valu e A. CBS B. MSN BC C. Fox 0% D. PBS/ NPR
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Match presidents with their proper description Statement Response Value First president to appear on a public TV broadcast FDR 14.28% 1st president to televise his press conferences/began physical fitness program JFK 14.28% Threw up on the Japanese PM during a photo op Bush Sr. 14.28% Generally a master of media events, also laid a wreath at the tomb of dead Nazis Reagan 14.28% the "Mission Accomplished" photo op Bush Jr. 14.28% Attacked by a Rabbit during a media event Carter 14.28% Called Cronkite directly to complain of unfavorable coverage; had a TV with 3 screens LBJ 14.32%
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Match each medium with its proper descrpition Statement Response Value The Internet Fastest growing medium of all time 20.0% Radio reacted to TV in 3 or 4 "waves" 0.0% TV premiered at the 1939 World's Fair 20.0% Hollywood grew during the 1920s; regulated by the Feds in the 1930s 0.0% Newspapers circulation declined during WWII 20.0%
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Match the movie with its proper description Statement Response Value Star Wars ushered in the era of the special effects movie 33.33% Cleopatra last of the great wide-screen epics; lost tons of $$ 33.33% Bonnie and Clyde ushered in the era of movies with copious amounts of sex, nudity and violence 33.34% Score: 4/4
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Match the artist with their proper description Statement Response Value The Beatles still hold numerous sales and billboard chart records 25.0% Elvis sold more records in the years immediately after his death than before it 25.0% Buddy Holly present at the birth of rock and roll, and perhaps the earth itself 0.0% Little Richard was the #1 rock artist in the US until the day he died 0.0%
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Match question with whether it is true or false Statement Response Value Young folks report they get most of their news from late night talk shows today TRUE 14.28% Your instructor argues most news from out of town is "bad" news TRUE 14.28% The Telecom Act of 1996 got extensive media coverage FALSE 14.28% An Indiana study found the news content of late night talks shows is higher than the news itself
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course POLS 1336 taught by Professor Mcfaden during the Spring '08 term at University of Houston.

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