Tests

ESL, Niveau avancé

Real Life: Newspaper (3)

All those who work in the field of gathering facts and publishing and/or broadcasting the news in the form of newspapers, radio and television news broadcasting are known as the ..........
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Journalists, whether they work in newspaper, radio or television fields, as a group are also referred to as the ..........
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When conducting an interview, a reporter must ......... statements made by an interviewee and keep them as evidence in case they are needed to verify information once an article is published.
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......... can harm a person or a business' reputation so reporters must verify all facts and statements so they can't be held libel for what is reported to the public.
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A press ......... is the announcement of a performance or event that is sent out to the press.
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Some countries ......... news sources. This means that the governments will suppress or limit news that is considered offensive or unappealing.
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The press attempts to write about ......... topics. This term refers to subjects that are of importance to the public and warrant the media's attention.
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An article that is of utmost importance and ranks the highest in order of priority is often called the ......... story.
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In North America, the media has the right to report the news without censorship. This civil right is called freedom of the ..........
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......... is a branch of journalism that chiefly presents newsworthy photographs with some written accompaniment. These journalists attempt to tell most of the story with photographs.
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