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Created Date 02.13.21
Last Updated 02.15.21
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  • What is the person who writes the article called?
  • What is the banner with the newspaper’s name and logo called?
  • A short phrase at the top of an online or printed article
  • The name of the reporter or writer of the article
  • What is the first sentence or paragraph of a news story?
  • The text placed below or beside a picture in an article to describe it and identify its source.
  • Text superimposed over video that translate the dialogue in a video.
  • Exact words of a person that are reported in a story
  • Short video interviews with members of the public, shot in real-world settings
  • Word that combines “advertisement” and “editorial”
  • A story that’s explicitly sponsored by a company in order to advertise
  • The ability to access, analyze, evaluate, understand, and create media.
  • Bias, or perceived bias, of journalists and news producers within the mass media in the selection of events an
  • his term is used to describe a situation where a piece of information appears to come from multiple independen
  • Which word means a prank or joke?
  • Which word means convincing, or believable based on evidence?
  • Which word means to be able to recognize or identify?
  • Which word means easily influenced or persuaded?
  • Which word means to be full or something?
  • Which word means producing a large amount of something?
  • Which of the following would not be a good way to decide whether or not to trust an article published online
  • A synonym of allege is?
  • To put forth as true; claim
  • Finding two more sources that support your information.
  • the tendency to interpret new evidence as confirmation of one's existing beliefs or theories.
  • Content whose main purpose is to attract attention and encourage visitors to click on a link to a particular
  • Deliberately constructed lies, in the form of news articles, meant to mislead the public.