problem 1: prepare brief definitions or descriptions of five of the given terms:
a) Chromakey or Green Screen
g) Vox pops
i) Contents Bills
problem 2: What are the most significant qualities needed of a good journalist?
problem 3: Describe the main systems of legal and regulatory control in which journalists must often work.
problem 4: What are the four fundamental principles and processes which must inform online journalism? List such four and set out the main benefits and drawbacks of covering news online.
problem 5: What methods might you use to conclude a feature article? Describe your answers with suitable illustrations.
problem 6: Describe the impact of the digital media revolution on the given journalistic activities:
a) Radio journalist
c) Foreign correspondent
d) Freelance feature preparer
problem 7: Give definitions of the given journalistic terms:
a) The KISS formula for newsgathering
b) Pseudo events
Describe your answers with suitable exs.
problem 8: While serious journalists might like to believe that people buy newspapers so that they can read about all the serious issues of the day, market research shows that most of the people buy newspapers for the lighter entertaining features, perhaps as many as one in four readers. What are the major entertainment elements at the disposal of an editor?