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Quiz by Elma D. Dapulaza

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  • Q1
    How is news defined?
    a. It should be factual, truthful, accurate, unbiased, and interesting.
    b. It uses the summary lead and is written using the inverted pyramid structure.
    c. It is written from a public address, talks, and speeches.
    d. It explains exposition setting forth a single situation or a series of closely related facts that inform.
  • Q2
    Which of the following is not included in the elements of news?
    b. Local news
    d. Drama
    a. Sex
    c. Number
  • Q3
    What type of news entertains more than it informs?
    d. Hard news
    a. Follow-up news
    c. News-feature
    b. Soft news
  • Q4
    Which of the following are good examples of first-hand reporting?
    a. Both advance news and straight news
    c. Both science news and developmental news
    d. Both spot news and coverage news
    b. Both soft news and hard news
  • Q5
    Which is not included as hard news?
    c. city council meetings
    d. speeches by leading government officials
    b. killings
    a. a lunch to honor a retiring school custodian

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