History for 100 Why was the first newspaper given the name gazette? And the answer is…
History for 100 It was named after the term Gazetta, which is an Italian coin. The newspaper used to only cost one gazetta (one coin). Lets get back to the game!
History for 200 Who invented the TELEGRAPH, and what can it be compared to in modern-day terms? And the answer is…
History for 200 Who Is… - Samuel F.B. Morse (Morse Code) - Compared to modern-day texting Lets get back to the game!
History for 300 Name one of the founding fathers of journalism And the answer is…
History for 300 Who Is… Joseph Pulitzer William Randolph Hearst Edward Scripps Lets get back to the game!
History for 400 Explain what affect the Alien and Sedition Acts (1798) had on news… And the answer is…
History for 400 Before the A&S Acts, people could write whatever they wanted about whomever they wanted. The A&S Acts placed restrictions about criticizing government, president, & cabinet. Lets get back to the game!
History for 500 What did the Associated Press create in the mid-1800s? And the answer is…
History for 500 What is… The Inverted Pyramid Structure Lets get back to the game!
Writing for100 Name, in correct order, the 4 parts of the Inverted Pyramid And the answer is…
Writing for100 Headline Subhead Lead Details Lets get back to the game!
Writing for 200 Which type of news exhibits objectivity – facts, not opinions (Hint: Need to Know News) And the answer is…
Writing for 200 What is… Hard News Lets get back to the game!!!
Writing for 300 This part of the news is usually the first sentence or paragraph, and begins to summarize the who, what, when, where, why and how of the story. And the answer is…
Writing for 300 What Is… The Lead Lets get back to the game!
Writing for 400 Explain the difference between a Human Interest Story & a Newsmaker Story And the answer is… And the answer is…
Writing for 400 Human Interest Story: Stories about non- newsmakers, often moving, heroic, or dramatic Newsmaker Story: Stories about celebrities, athletes, politicians (make news when they talk, marry, divorce, date, get DUIs, etc.) Lets get back to the game!!!
Writing for 500 Which part of the news is considered the content of the news (i.e. the writing, photos, graphs, etc.) And the answer is…
Writing for 500 What is… The NEWSHOLE Lets get back to the game!
Elements for100 When a story can make the news because it is NEW, unusual or bizarre, it is called: And the answer is…
Elements for 100 What is… NOVELTY Lets get back to the game!
Elements for 200 If a story about PRs football game from three weeks ago is printed in todays paper, what News Element is the story lacking? And the answer is…
Elements for 200 What is… TIMELINESS Lets get back to the game!
Elements for 300 While asking questions such as: How many people are affected by this story? or How seriously does this event affect them? We are looking at the storys __________ And the answer is…
Elements for 300 What is… IMPACT Lets get back to the game!
Elements for 400 News can be summarized in three words: RELEVANCE, USEFULNESS, and __________ And the answer is…
Elements for 400 What is… INTEREST Lets get back to the game!
Elements for 500 Generally, people are most interested in and concerned about what happens close to home. This element is called… And the answer is…
Elements for 500 What is… PROXIMITY Lets get back to the game!
JVI Values for 100 Value 1 is Balance, Fairness, and Wholeness. What does this mean? And the answer is…
JVI Values for 100 The news must give both sides of the story and reflect a communitys wholeness (good, bad, ordinary) Understand that communities have many different layers (voices, viewpoints, events, problems, solutions, etc.) Lets get back to the game!
JVI Values for 200 JVI Value 3 is Leadership. How/why should news reporters be leaders? And the answer is…
JVI Values for 200 News reporters should show a deep affection for the community. News reporters should anticipate important issues that the public may want to know. News reporters play the role of explainer and leave out bias. News reporters provide information to help the public form their own opinions and solve problems. Lets get back to the game!
JVI Values for 300 What does J V I stand for? And the answer is…
JVI Values for 300 What is… Journalism Values Institute Lets get back to the game!
JVI Values for 400 Explain the 2 nd JVI Value of Accuracy and Authenticity And the answer is…
JVI Values for 400 News reporters should get the basic facts correct: names, spellings, addresses, time, place, etc. News reporters should provide the right facts: background, context, perspective, etc. News reporters should capture the essence of the story. Lets get back to the game!
JVI Values for 500 Which JVI Value allows the news reporter to act as eyes and ears for the community, go where the general public cant go, and provide a window to the world so readers can engage on whats going on around them? And the answer is…
JVI Values for 500 What is… JVI Value Four: Accessibility Lets get back to the game!
Miscellaneous for 100 The first English newspaper, published in 1665 under the rule of the crown was called: ______________________ And the answer is…
Miscellaneous for 100 What is… The Oxford Gazette Lets get back to the game!
Miscellaneous for 200 Explain one of the major changes to news in the early 1900s, called Jazz Journalism. And the answer is…
Miscellaneous for 200 Bold Headlines Pictures Statistics & Charts Sensational Writing Lets get back to the game!
Miscellaneous for 300 Explain the term YELLOW JOURNALISM, created in the mid-1800s And the answer is…
Miscellaneous for 300 Yellow Journalism was sensational writing that exposed slums, poverty, racism, etc. Lets get back to the game!
Miscellaneous for 400 About ____% of the newspaper is advertising. And the answer is…
Miscellaneous for 400 What is… 61% Lets get back to the game!
Miscellaneous for 500 This type of news appears in numerous papers regularly (Dear Abby) And the answer is…
Miscellaneous for 500 What is… Syndicated Columnists Lets get back to the game!