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QUESTION 1 Which statement is NOT correct about regulating the media?

QUESTION 1
  1. Which statement is NOT correct about regulating the media?

A.In Europe, regulation is centered around media ownership, less so around content.

B.In the People's Republic of China, content deemed inappropriate by the government is regulated by a slew of agencies

C.In the People's Republic of China, regulation is centered around media ownership, less so around content.

D.Nations vary in the degree and scope to which they regulate the media.

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QUESTION 2

Arguments for net neutrality NOT include:

A.rights over data control

B.stifling of innovation

C.freedom of speech

D.complexity of technology

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QUESTION 3

Which statement is Correct about ways to evaluate media?

A.United Kingdom's BBC uses the market model to evaluate media.

B.Public Sphere Model emphasizes profit analysis.

C.The market model and the public sphere model are two perspective ways to evaluate media.

D.CNN adopts the public sphere model to evaluate media.

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QUESTION 4

The new forms has taken recently by advertising products to consumers include__

A.Product placement

B.Advertorials.

C.Advertainment

D.All of the choices

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QUESTION 5

Which conflicts of interests can be experienced by owners of media?

A.All of the choices

B.Political

C.Business

D.Ideology

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