Media Quizzes & Trivia

"And in breaking news...a quizzer no longer has all the answers!". What will you do? Will you belive everything you hear, or will you do something to prove the media wrong? Welcome to the quiz on all things media! In these quizzes, there is radio, there is television, there is film, there is news, there is magazines.

Everything and everyone in the know are here! But do you know? Are you in fact, in the know? With questions like "When was the first news broadcast?', "What does news mean?", "Which film was highest grossing ever?" and "Did video kill the radio star?", There's questions for each and every one of you. Whether you're a TV boffin, a magazine follower or a music nut, there's something for everyone to read, see and watch. Don't believe everything you see - not everything you see online and in the news is the truth. However, the quiz results are!

Freedom of the Press goes hand-in-hand with free speech for many countries and consists of the rights of citizens to have and vocalize their personal opinions on a number of matters. How much do you know about free press?

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 10111   |  Last updated: Jun 18, 2018
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    What are the 2 reasons state materials are kept protected from the public?

Soompi is a website that keeps people informed about Korean pop culture. It consists of news, galleries, reviews, forums and it also provides translations of articles and reviews. Take this quiz to test your knowledge on the...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 1978   |  Last updated: May 9, 2015
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    Which sub-culture does the website cover?

 Let's see what you know about media use. Do your best to answer each question.

Questions: 15  |  Attempts: 1968   |  Last updated: Jan 19, 2017
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    In 2009, kids ages 11 to 14 spent the most time with this type of media:



Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 744   |  Last updated: Jan 19, 2017
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    True or False.  The Gutenberg Printing Press allowed for the 'mass production' of media texts.  

KPCC.org follows AP style for print and online. The questions below are the kinds of style questions you might encounter from time to time on the job. Check the boxes next to the answer you think is correct.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 705   |  Last updated: Dec 8, 2016
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    He ordered ___________ worth of cookies from Corner Bakery.




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What is the difference between VCD and SVCD?
The VCD is known as Video Compact Disc. While SVCD means Super Video CD, they are somewhat similar to each other, but the main difference is that the SVCD can offer greater video quality as compared to the VCD. The type of video that the SVCD offers
What type of bias is used when death toll numbers are inflated in order to make a disaster seem more spectacular?
This type of bias is a bias of statistics and crowd counts. A bias is the intentional or unintentional sense for having a preference to one particular point of view or perspective. In this type of bias, numbers are often inflated to make a disaster
What does the name Simone measn In the movie Simone?
I don't understand simulation one , I guess the correct ANSWER
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