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Journalism Quizzes & Trivia

Do you dream of putting your very own Pulitzer Prize on your office shelf one day? Is Clark Kent more of a superhero to you than Superman is? Do you have the First Amendment memorized – or tattooed on your arm? Is William Randolph Hearst your role model – or are you more of a Hunter S. Thompson type? Do you have more newspaper subscriptions than you have Facebook friends? Do you bleed newspaper ink and breathe printing fumes?

Whether you’re a tabloid fan or a gonzo to the core, whether the news to you means breathtaking photography or stunning prose, take a moment to investigate our quizzes on journalism, and show that you’re made of more than mere sensationalism. Hopefully you’ll only have positive news to report afterward!
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Directions: Click on the link below to complete the multiple choice exam for Journalism.

Questions: 35  |  Attempts: 5393   |  Last updated: Aug 28, 2020
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    Which phrase describes a feature?

Don't let the fact that this is a quiz fool you -- ethics are not about being correct or incorrect -- they are about understanding beliefs and values. What we've assembled here are ethical dilemmas that high school...

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    You are preparing to do a restaurant review of a new establishment in town. You:



Questions: 12  |  Attempts: 6748   |  Last updated: Dec 3, 2015
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    1.  What should the lead paragraph of a news story contain?

Media ethics and law refer to ethical principles and guidelines of media, applied for print media, broadcast media, film, arts, and the internet. These ethics and law are mandatory for content or news circulation in any form by...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 986   |  Last updated: Jun 26, 2019
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    The following is an example of slander

Please answer the questions below to the best of your knowledge.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 2906   |  Last updated: Dec 3, 2015
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    All of the following are part of the 5 W's and H EXCEPT:
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What should the lead paragraph of a news story contain?
C is the answer to this question. The lead paragraph should contain all of the 5Ws and 1H. Are you confused with what the Ws and H are? The Five Ws are the Who, What, When, Where, and Why. These are questions that should be answered based on the deta
Which phrase describes a feature?
A feature is a newspaper or magazine article, or report of a person or event typically geared toward a target audience. It is the lighter side of the news. It boasts a generous personal slant, and it is written in an individual style. It is the main
What should your choice of code depend on?
Coding is another word that is used today more than simple computer programming. Source code is when a code is written in several language or at least more than one. The history of programming devices goes back to 1206 AD. It was used to allow people
How can I give gifts to my loved ones if I dread shopping?
Journalism can be improved by no longer restricting what is printed or broadcast. If there is a story that journalists find to be interesting or worth telling, they should be able to publish those stories, no matter if they may shine badly on other p
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