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  1. Broadcast Journalism

  2. What is Broadcast Journalism? Broadcast journalism is the study of movies and tv shows, field of news and journals which are "broadcast“ Broadcast means it is published by electrical methods, instead of the older methods, such as printed newspapers and posters. Broadcast include radio, television, and recently, the Internet.

  3. What is News? Information people: Want to know Should know Need to know

  4. What is Mainstream Media? Mainstream media is news programming that is expected to provide fair and unbiased facts. Examples: CNN, Fox News, ABC News, CBS News, NBC News Non-mainstream media is news programming that is expected to express an opinion. Examples: Bill O’Reilly Show, Sports Center, Larry King Show Tabloid media is programming that exaggerates facts, considered more entertainment than news Example: National Enquirer

  5. Types of Stories in Broadcast News Reader VO (voice over) VO-SOT (voice over-sound on tape) SOT (sound on tape) PKG (package) Stand Up

  6. Types of Stories in Broadcast News READER A story that does not have any video to accompany the story The anchor only read the text aloud for the audience to hear

  7. Types of Stories in Broadcast News READER VO (VOICE OVER) A story that does not have any video to accompany the story The anchor only read the text aloud for the audience to hear Story that has video and is being read by the anchor or reporter Usually about 25 – 30 seconds long

  8. Types of Stories in Broadcast News SOT (sound on tape) Story that has video and is being read by the anchor or reporter AND Comment from someone involved in the story Comment from someone involved in a story Also called a sound bite.

  9. Types of Stories in Broadcast News VO-SOT (voice over-sound on tape) Story that has video and is being read by the anchor or reporter AND Comment from someone involved in the story

  10. Types of Stories in Broadcast News Stand - Up The reporter standing in front of the camera speaking directly to the viewers No pre recorded video used

  11. Types of Stories in Broadcast News PKG (package) A piece shot and edited before the newscast The piece is recorded with video and the reporters voice. Has an intro and an outro Usually about a 1 ½ to 2 minutes long

  12. OTHER BROADCASTING TERMS

  13. IFB Get another photo of anchor wearing the IFB IFB – Interrupted Feedback An earpiece worn by the anchor so the producer can communicate with them.

  14. TRT TRT - Total running time How long the story runs.

  15. LIVE SHOT A story introduced by the anchor and then delivered by the reporter.

  16. LIVETRUCK

  17. PATTER Spontaneous on-air conversation between the anchors and reporters

  18. MIC FLAG

  19. Aerials Footage shot from a birds eye view. Normally shot by the helicopter

  20. Lower Thirds A banner that identifies who is being interviewed.

  21. TOSS

  22. TEASE