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                               Kayla Rigsby period 5


Which individual is responsible for writing the First Amendment?

James Madison

What does the First Amendment guarantee?

   1.   Freedom of press
   2.   Freedom of speech
   3.   Freedom of religion
   4.   The right for people to respectfully assemble
   5.   The right to petition government

What document lists the First Amendment?

Bill of Rights

Write out the First Amendment?

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or
prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the
press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the
government for a redress of grievances.



Define libel.

Anything that maliciously or damagingly misrepresents. Written deformation.



Define slander.

Negative rumors that are false or stretched truth. Spoken deformation.



What is the Pulitzer Prize?

A United States award for newspaper journalism, literature and music
composition.
Name the movie which reveals the press's role in uncovering a story that forced a
president to resign.

All the President’s Men

Identify each of the following journalists/broadcasters and why they are
famous.

Bob Woodward

Famous newspaper reporter, Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward teamed up to
report and investigate many scandals several of which lead up to Nixon’s
resignation. He is a Washington post reporter and won several awards.



William Randolph Hearst

He is a famous newspaper publisher, at his peak with thirty newspapers; he
helped with the creation of yellow journalism.

Edward R. Murrow

Famous from a series of radio news broadcasts during World War II that he did.
He also wrote a book called “see it now”.

Carl Bernstein

Famous newspaper reporter, Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward teamed up to
report and investigate many scandals several of which that lead up to Nixon’s
resignation. He worked at the Washington post as a reporter.

Tom Brokaw

He is an American television journalist and author, best known as anchor of NBC
news.

Matthew Haughey

He is a famous web designer, blogger and programmer. Best known for making
metafilter
What motto does The New York Times print in its upper left corner?

“All the news that’s fit to print”



What is The Associated Press?

It is the world’s largest and oldest news gathering organization.



What is Gannett? What is the name of their biggest newspaper?

A newspaper publishing company, USA Today.

What is Knight Ridder?

An American media company, specializing in newspaper and Internet publishing.

What is The Freedom Forum?

A nonpartisan organization dedicated to free press and speech rights for all
people.

What is the American Society of Newspaper Editors?

It is a organization for editors both print and online.



What is a Publisher –? The business head of a newspaper.



What is an Editor --? The supervisor of a newspaper who also edits the articles.




Explain Tinker v. Des Moines. Why is it important to school press?
Several high school students decided to wear black armbands for a set amount
of time in support for a truce in 1965 in Vietnam. The principle became aware of
this and made those with black armbands suspended. The first lawsuit was in
favor of the school, but the appeal put it under symbolic freedom of speech. This
is important because freedom of speech through symbolic things like armbands
are not always as recognized as traditional freedom of speech and it’s important
to remember that, also you don’t always have as much freedom in some settings
like school than in others.




Explain Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier. Why is it important to school press?

The Hazelwood school newspaper censored and eliminated two articles from the
paper they deemed inappropriate and the lawsuit was in their favor saying that
the censoring did not go against student’s freedom of speech rights. This is
important because even though we have freedom of speech, we can’t just write
or say whatever we want.




What is yellow journalism?

Yellow press is a type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate well-
researched news and instead uses eye-catching headlines to sell more
newspapers. Techniques may include exaggerations of news events, scandal-
mongering, or sensationalism.

Define censorship-

Censoring, banning something from a place or organization because it is in some
people’s eyes inappropriate.



List five books that have been censored.

   1.   The catcher in the rye
   2.   The clan of the cave bear (an excellent book by the way)
   3.   The color purple
   4.   To kill a mocking bird
   5.   Flowers in the attic
Who first started using “Yellow Journalism?”

William Randolph Hearst



Find a news story that won a Pulitzer Prize - but was made found to be false.
(There are a few of them).

Jane Cooke’s “jimmy’s world” article


What two Salem, Oregon modern times newspapers combined to make up the
Statesman-Journal?

1 - The Capital Journal

2 - The Oregon Statesman


Name the largest newspaper in the State of Oregon (in terms of circulation) –

The Oregonain



What is their web address?

www.oregonlive.com


What is the most visited news website? Where did you get this information?


cnn.com

Name the media organizations located in Salem, Oregon: name ALL radio
stations, TV stations, Newspapers.

Radio:               Television                      Newspaper:
1.KWKN)              1. KSLM                        1. Statesman Journal
2. KCCS (1220 AM)    2. KWVT channel seventeen      2. Salem Monthly
3. KBZY (1490 AM)    3. NW Christian Broadcasting   3. Salem News
4. KRSK (105.1 FM)   4. CCTV Channels 21 22 & 23    4. Capital Press Agriculture
What “media” have you been exposed to this week?

        Television (other than the shows based off fictional plot lines which I’m not sure
if you count) I’m forced into watching the news on a semi-regular basis. I listen to the
radio and of course am on the internet a fair amount of time.

								
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