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  1. Radio Broadcasting Vocabulary

  2. a person who sells broadcast time Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • sounder • account executive • reporter

  3. a person who sells broadcast time ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

  4. to improvise and deliver spontaneously Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • ad-lib • mic fright • talent

  5. to improvise and deliver spontaneously AD-LIB

  6. a news report featuring someone other than broadcast personnel who provides an actual statement Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • crescendo • playlist • actuality

  7. a news report featuring someone other than broadcast personnel who provides an actual statement ACTUALITY

  8. sports news story issued by Associated Press Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • bumper • hard news • bulletin

  9. sports news story issued by Associated Press BULLETIN

  10. an announcer’s mindset or point of view Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • music bed • attitude • tease

  11. an announcer’s mindset or point of view ATTITUDE

  12. Broadcast Education Association Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • BEA • WNBA • EAS

  13. Broadcast Education Association BEA

  14. weather Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • WX • log • SFX

  15. weather WX

  16. call letters, station slogan and city of license, usually broadcast once each hour Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • outro • disc jockey • station ID

  17. call letters, station slogan and city of license, usually broadcast once each hour STATION ID

  18. broadcasting the same program over two or more stations at the same time Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • simulcast • marking copy • air check

  19. broadcasting the same program over two or more stations at the same time SIMULCAST

  20. an on-air performer other than news personnel Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • fact sheet • buttons • talent

  21. an on-air performer other than news personnel TALENT

  22. a brief promotion of a program or segment Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • target audience • tease • BB

  23. a brief promotion of a program or segment TEASE

  24. Women’s National Basketball Association Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • WNBA • NHL • NAB

  25. Women’s National Basketball Association WNBA

  26. taped performance in which the announcer is not seen Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • anchor • plosive • voiceover

  27. taped performance in which the announcer is not seen VOICEOVER

  28. a prepared spot that promotes a station or event Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • promo • homer • daypart

  29. a prepared spot that promotes a station or event PROMO

  30. show preparation Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • marking copy • feedback • showprep

  31. show preparation SHOWPREP

  32. a procedure in which a performer, prior to going on-air or being recorded, check their volume level Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • buttons • dubbing • taking a level

  33. a procedure in which a performer, prior to going on-air or being recorded, check their volume level TAKING A LEVEL

  34. the intended audience for a program or commercial Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • headline • crossplug • target audience

  35. the intended audience for a program or commercial TARGET AUDIENCE

  36. a sharp, musical chord used to highlight or draw attention Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • stinger • jargon • plugola

  37. a sharp, musical chord used to highlight or draw attention STINGER

  38. the main newscaster on a broadcast Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • spot • anchor • log

  39. the main newscaster on a broadcast ANCHOR

  40. anyone who speaks to an audience through an electronic medium Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • announcer • personality • voiceover

  41. anyone who speaks to an audience through an electronic medium ANNOUNCER

  42. a compilation of commercials to be read on-air Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • phone screener • plosive • live-copy book

  43. a compilation of commercials to be read on-air LIVE-COPY BOOK

  44. hours during which radio stations receive their highest ratings (5-9 AM/6-10 AM and 3-7 PM) Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • account executive • drive time • log

  45. hours during which radio stations receive their highest ratings (5-9 AM/6-10 AM and 3-7 PM) DRIVE TIME

  46. Federal Communications Commission – government agency that oversees broadcasting in the US Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • anchor • FCC • spot

  47. Federal Communications Commission – government agency that oversees broadcasting in the US FCC

  48. a listing of the order of elements to be broadcast Select the correct radio broadcasting term. • log • WX • plosive

  49. a listing of the order of elements to be broadcast LOG