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Inclusion of a provision to protect the freedom of the press in the final version of the Constitution was demanded by …. George Washington The Anti-Federalists The Federalists Thomas Jefferson. Answer. B. The Anti- Federalists .

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Inclusion of a provision to protect the freedom of the press in the final version of the Constitution was demanded by …

George Washington

The Anti-Federalists

The Federalists

Thomas Jefferson

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Answer

B. The Anti- Federalists

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The Founders placed such importance in the value of a free exchange of ideas in a democratic society that, despite the written assaults many received from the press, the Founders guaranteed freedom of the press

The Preamble to the Constitution

Article I of the Constitution

The First Amendment of the Constitution

The Fifth Amendment of the Constitution

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Answer

C. The First Amendment of the Constitution

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Answer

C. 50

most newspapers today are owned by chains which
Most Newspapers today are owned by chains, which

Reduces the diversity of editorial opinion available

Results in the homogenization of the news

Caused a drop in the overall level of competition

All of the above

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Answer

D. All of the above

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The first president to make effective use of the electronic media to push his programs and assuage the fears of the American people during a time of national crisis was

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Harry S. Truman

Dwight D. Eisenhower

John F. Kennedy

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Answer

A. Franklin D. Roosevelt

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According to researchers, which one of the following age groups is the least likely to have read a newspaper yesterday?

18-29

30-49

50-64

65+

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Answer

A. 18-29

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If you talk to a reporter and want not to be quoted or used as a source, yet you want the reporter to use the material you give her, you need to tell the reporter up front that you are talking

Off the record

On shallow background

On background

On the record

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Answer

B. On shallow background

the first president to have a press secretary was
The first president to have a press secretary was

Herbert Hoover

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Dwight D. Eisenhower

John F. Kennedy

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Answer

A. Herbert Hoover

the branch of the federal government receiving the most coverage by the news media is the judiciary
The branch of the federal government receiving the most coverage by the news media is the judiciary

Judiciary

Congress

Presidency

Bureaucracy

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Answer

C. presidency

the internet began as a project for
The internet began as a project for

The Department of Defense

The Time- Warner Corporation

The Postal Service

AT&T

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Answer

The Department of Defense

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In what 1964 case did the Supreme Court rule that for public figures to claim libel there must not only be a defamatory falsehood but also actual malice, making it much harder for public figures to prove libel?

Burnett v. National Enquirer

New York Times v. Sullivan

Hamilton v. Graber

Newman v. The Globe

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B. New York Times v. Sullivan

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The inception of the actual malice proof requirement in libel cases involving public figures had the effect of

Enhancing First Amendment press protection

Reducing the expense of defending libel claims

Allowing editors and reporters to expend more time and energy on libel claims

Increasing the number of libel suits filed

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A. Enhancing First Amendment press protection

journalists being people reflect bias the bias es most commonly exhibited by the news media is are
Journalists, being people, reflect bias. The bias(es) most commonly exhibited by the news media is/are

Personal biases against or for individuals

Competition- fear of missing a good story

Corporate bias

All of the above

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D. All of the above

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The fairness doctrine required broadcasters to cover events and present contrasting views on important government issues. The fairness doctrine

Is still in effect

Is also called the equal time rule

Was in effect from 1949- 1985, but eliminated during the Reagan administration

Was proposed by Congress but never passed

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C. Was in effect from 1949- 1985, but eliminated during the Reagan administration

in the 1971 case of new york times v united states the u s supreme court held that prior restraint
In the 1971 case of New York Times v. United States, the U.S. Supreme Court held that prior restraint

Could not be imposed by newspaper editors

Could be applied against broadcast media but not the print media

Could be imposed on the publication of the Pentagon papers

Could not be imposed by the government except under extremely rare and confined circumstances

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D. Could not be imposed by the government except under extremely rare and confined circumstances