TELE3010 Practice Test 6

TELE3010 Practice Test 6 - TELE3010 Practice Test 1. Which...

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TELE3010 Practice Test 1. Which of the following is false according to the text? A. Cable systems affiliate with many cable networks. B. Paramount is an example of a "major" production company. C. Cable TV networks differ from commercial TV networks in that cable networks do not buy programs from syndicators. D. Syndicators sell both off-net and first-run syndication shows. E. Select E if all of the above are true 2. Which of the following is true according to the text? A. The difference between a radio network and a radio syndicator is that the networks program news and the syndicators program music. B. Stringers are reporters who are on a news organization's regular payroll. C. Audience flow refers to programs that are broadcast in such a way that it is easy for people to record them with DVRs. D. The anthology dramas of the 1950s were presented primarily as a weekly series but they did not have continuing characters. E. The longest running telenovela was “Married…with Children.” 3. Which of the following is true according to the text? A. Reality-based shows are cheaper to produce than episodic dramas. B. The number of radio stations programming the format of Beautiful Music has remained fairly constant over the years. C. Sports events can be blacked out if the rights fees are higher than the amount received for the commercials. D. Minidocs are produced primarily by CBS’s Point of View. E. Select E if all of the above are true. 4. According to the text: A. The 1980s religious programming scandals involved sex and hush money related to televangelists. B. The 1974 FCC guidelines for children’s TV said stations had to provide programs that informed as well as entertained. C. Law and Order D. Select D if all of the above are true E. Select E if A, B and C are false. 5 A pod deal is a glorified affiliate contract. It A. null B. sets up the number of weeks between when a movie shows in a theater and when it airs on a commercial TV station. C. helps radio stations develop a format. D. is a deal that a network makes with a film studio to have the studio produce
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programming. E. is not possible now that the financial interest rule is no longer in effect. 6. Which of the following is one program as it might appear in a TV series? A. pilot B. umbrella C. demographic D. pitch E. daypart 7. The oldest American news agency is A. Reuters. B. Agence France-Presse. C. CNN. D. Fox News. E. Associated Press. 8. Which of the following are devices that are used by news organizations to listen to police and fire communications? A. scanners B. VNRs C. embedders D. satellites E. blogs 9. Within a news operation, which person is most likely to decide what stories will and will not be part of a particular newscast? A. website designer
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