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9/14/2011 1 1. Seditious libel laws in colonial America made it illegal to ____________. A. knowingly print false accusations B. criticize the government or government officials in print C. blaspheme the Lord in print D. advocate civil disobedience 2. The ____________ is the line at the beginning of the story that gives the reporter’s name. 3. According to the textbook, about _______ percent of daily newspaper journalists are African American, Hispanic, Asian American or Native American.
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9/14/2011 2 4. ________ was the editor of the New York Sun , which popularized penny papers. 5. The newshole refers to the size of _____________.
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Unformatted text preview: to editorial content 6. A(n) _______ refers to several newspapers owned by the same company. A. affiliation B. cluster C. chain D. fleet 9/14/2011 3 7. The first major wire service was _______. A. the Associated Press B. United Press International C. Reuters D. the World Press 8. The _________ page is reserved for signed columns, opinion pieces and guest editorials. A. advice B. op ‐ ed C. forum D. viewpoint 9. An innovation of the 1990s, public journalism calls for _________________. A. newspapers to cover more community issues B. politicians to make more of their activities known to the public C. newspapers to become more involved in community issues D. the public to become more involved with publishing the paper 9/14/2011 4 10. The ___________ verifies newspaper circulation figures for advertisers. A. Audit Bureau of Circulations B. American Advertising Federation C. Newspaper Publishers Association D. Ad Council of America...
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  • Fleet Aircraft, Seditious Libel Laws, A. knowingly print, C. story tag, advocate civil disobedience, D. William Randolph

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