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MCM515 Solved QUIZ

MCM515 QUIZ No 3 Fall 2017 

Dear Students, Here you can read or Download MCM515 - radio news reporting production QUIZ No 3 Questions with answers of Semester Fall 2017. We are here to facilitate your learning and we do not appreciate the idea of copying or replicating solutions. MCM515 QUIZ No 3 Questions with Answers
Q#1: All of the given characteristics are required for a good interview EXCEPT:
  1. The interviewer must repeat the answer of the interviewee in next question
  2. The interviewer should avoid double questions
  3. Leading question must be avoided
  4. The question must be relevant to the topic

A headline is normally a brief summary of the main points of the story and must be completed within a line comprising words not more then:

  • 38
  • 46
  • 48
  • 50

Q#3: Which of the following expression is avoided on radio?
  • Literary expression
  • Fictitious expression
  • Fabricated expression
  • All of the given options

Q#4: A good news writer, especially when writing for radio must avoid:
  1. Simple words
  2. Easy to understand words
  3. Difficult words
  4. Soft words

Q#5: Which of the following is true for the use of abbreviations especially names of the states, countries , religious titles, months, military designations, holy books etc in news writing?
  1. Avoided
  2. Must Used
  3. Used at the end
  4. Used in beginning

Q#6: Radio is a medium used for:
  1. Nonverbal Communication
  2. Written Communication 
  3. Mediated Communication
  4. Verbal Communication

Q#7: The last line of a news item is as important as:
  1. Visuals
  2. Body 
  3. Background
  4. Lead

Q#8: For news reading on radio, what can’t be compromised?
  1. Dialect
  2. Expressions
  3. Pronunciation
  4. Dialogues

Q#9: the Recorded commercial advertisement is called:
  1. Cut 
  2. Stain
  3. Mark
  4. Spot

Q#10: Raw sound is sometimes known as:
  1. Artificial sound
  2. Pleasant sound
  3. Technical sound
  4. Natural sound