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  1. Pham Spring 2014 Review for RAM Test

  2. Define hard news and give an example of a story topic.

  3. Define hard news and give an example of a story topic. • Need to know news. • War • Death • Election info • Natural disaster • Murder • Crime

  4. Define soft news and give an example of a story topic. • .

  5. Define soft news and give an example of a story topic. • Want to know • Sports • Weather • Health • Education • Science • Stocks • Technology

  6. Define newsmaker and give an example of a story topic. • .

  7. Define newsmaker and give an example of a story topic. • Celebrities that are in the news for elements of their personal lives • DUI • Drug usage • Having a baby • Marriage • Selling their house

  8. Define pseudo news and give an example of a story topic. • .

  9. Define pseudo news and give an example of a story topic. • Fake news • Aliens • Tabloids • Baby with eight heads

  10. Define sensationalism and give an example of a story topic. • .

  11. Define sensationalism and give an example of a story topic. • News covered for shock value • Can lack credibility • Too biased or extreme • The world is ending! • Obamacare is killing America! • Taxes are going to take 100% of your income! • Republicans are murders!

  12. Define human interest and give an example of a story topic. • .

  13. Define human interest news and give an example of a story topic. • Stories about local heroes or local topics that wouldn’t make national news • Local war hero • Fireman saving child from burning building • Local politician donates money to charity

  14. What type of news is this headline describing? • North Korea Tests Missle: Is a Strike on the U.S. Soon to Follow? • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  15. What type of news is this headline describing? • North Korea Tests Missle: Is a Strike on the U.S. Soon to Follow? • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  16. What type of news is this headline describing? • PR Students Honor Veterans: Bracelets and Cookies Handed Out Before School • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  17. What type of news is this headline describing? • PR Students Honor Veterans: Bracelets and Cookies Handed Out Before School • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  18. What type of news is this headline describing? • Chicago boxer found shot to death: ‘He was a charismatic guy’ • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  19. What type of news is this headline describing? • Chicago boxer found shot to death: ‘He was a charismatic guy’ • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  20. What type of news is this headline describing? • Metra train strikes pedestrian in Tinley Park • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  21. What type of news is this headline describing? • E-cigarettes spark call for study: Regulation to follow • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  22. What type of news is this headline describing? • E-cigarettes spark call for study: Regulation to follow • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  23. What type of news is this headline describing? • No One Is Safe: Elf on the Shelf Revealed to Be Part of NSA Spying Program • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  24. What type of news is this headline describing? • No One Is Safe: Elf on the Shelf Revealed to Be Part of NSA Spying Program • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  25. What type of news is this headline describing? • Santa Claus Is Real: DNA tests prove that George W. Bush is a direct descendent • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  26. What type of news is this headline describing? • Santa Claus Is Real: DNA tests prove that George W. Bush is a direct descendent • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  27. What type of news is this headline describing? • New blood pressure drug approved: Fewer side effects, FDA claims • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  28. What type of news is this headline describing? • New blood pressure drug approved: Fewer side effects, FDA claims • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  29. What type of news is this headline describing? • Jay Cutler Out: McCown will start in Sunday’s game • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  30. What type of news is this headline describing? • Jay Cutler Out: McCown will start in Sunday’s game • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  31. What type of news is this headline describing? • Miley Cyrus’ scandelous new video: Will rehab follow? • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  32. What type of news is this headline describing? • Miley Cyrus’ scandelous new video: Will rehab follow? • Hard news • Soft news • Newsmaker • Pseudo News • Sensationalism • Human Interest

  33. List two freedoms guaranteed to Americans by the First Amendment

  34. List two freedoms guaranteed to Americans by the First Amendment • Religion • Speech • Press • Peaceable assemble • Petition the government

  35. List two behaviors not covered by the First Amendment

  36. List two behaviors not covered by the First Amendment • Obscenity • Clear and present danger • Libel or slander • Interferes with defendant’s right to a fair trial • Violates FCC regulations over broadcast airwaves • False and deceptive advertising

  37. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • Student uses profanity at a school football game.

  38. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • Student uses profanity at a school football game. • NOT PROTECTED

  39. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • Students are suspended for refusing to remove an armband protesting the war.

  40. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • Students are suspended for refusing to remove an armband protesting the war. • PROTECTED – Tinker vs. Des Moines case – the landmark case for student free speech  students do not give up all freedom at the schoolhouse doors.

  41. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • News reporter says the “F” word during a live broadcast on NBC

  42. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • News reporter says the “F” word during a live broadcast on NBC • NOT PROTECTED

  43. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • Actor on HBO says the “F” word during a live broadcast

  44. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • Actor on HBO says the “F” word during a live broadcast • PROTECTED – premium channel

  45. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • A new prescription claims a cure for cancer in 100% of patients

  46. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • A new prescription claims a cure for cancer in 100% of patients • NOT PROTECTED – false advertisement

  47. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • A news reporter publishes a story bashing a local Congressman for spending taxpayer money unfairly

  48. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • A news reporter publishes a story bashing a local Congressman for spending taxpayer money unfairly • PROTECTED – politicians need a higher standard of proof to prove “actual malice” for libel.

  49. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • In Style magazine publishes a story about how Tom Cruise abandoned his children after divorce with Katie Holmes, calling him a terrible father

  50. Is this person protected by the first Amendment? State the reason why. • In Style magazine publishes a story about how Tom Cruise abandoned his children after divorce with Katie Holmes, calling him a terrible father • NOT PROTECTED – he says no proof and sued for millions for defamation of character