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                                                                                                  News Writing 

Assignment A

Q1). Conduct an interview of 4 reporters and find out rules used by them to make a good news report

Q2). List down the names of the countries that use “Enactment of Anti-Press Laws” 

 Q3). To establish a rapport with a source you are about to interview, few things are required. List down

Q4). Analyze news and study its important terms 

Q5). Critically analyze various formats of the story and its various elements    

Q6). Identity types of news collected from five different sources

Q7). Identity types of news collected from three different sources  

Q8). Evaluate information included in broadcast style of writing after doing research from internet





Assignment B

Case Study

News Gathering is one of the most competitive areas of broadcasting, making the ability to deliver high quality video and audio in the most efficient way possible an absolute commercial necessity. News Gathering is one of the most competitive areas of broadcasting, making the ability to deliver high quality video and audio in the most efficient way possible an absolute commercial necessity. One of the highest costs is the ongoing procurement of satellite bandwidth, creating a serious conflict between the operational need to increase the number of live transmissions and the commercial requirement to curtail expenditure by reducing bandwidth use. At the same time, the need to deliver higher standards of video quality, driven upwards by the increasing size and sophistication of consumer displays and the comparison between SD and HD content in particular, is also causing further significant challenges by threatening to push bandwidth requirements upwards to even more unaffordable levels.

SIS LIVE is a leading provider of satellite broadcast services and operates the largest satellite uplink fleet in Europe. SIS LIVE has many of the world’s largest broadcasters among its clientele. When one of the most prestigious and respected of these decided to invest in new technology to provide a steep change in operational efficiency, SIS LIVE was able to propose a complete and highly cost-effective solution including the provision of new encoding equipment and dedicated transponder bandwidth on a leasing basis. The new encoding equipment was central to the success of the project and was tasked with delivering outstanding operational efficiency without compromising either the stringent video quality or latency requirements. Since MPEG-4 AVC promises substantial bit-rate savings over MPEG-2 and is fast replacing it as the compression technology of choice in contribution applications, it was clear that equipment best able to exploit the benefits of this technology for news gathering was required. However, with many solutions on the market claiming to provide the best answer, SIS LIVE conducted its own investigations to identify the best solution in conjunction with their customer’s own testing facilities. The list of requirements was extensive and included a very high level of “systems in a box” integration, extreme ease of use and a step-change in encoding and modulation efficiency with very low end-to-end latency and very high video quality. Finally, the solution had to be HD ready to support the very real possibility of conducting news gathering in HD as well as supporting alternative delivery methods such as IP.

“Our operation relies on providing a first class service to our customers who include high profile broadcasters. It was essential that our chosen solution delivered the best video quality but was also easy to use, offered a high level of integration and operated across broad range of operating points. Ericsson EN8040 Voyagers clearly met these criteria.”

—Mark Shadbolt, Sales Director, SIS LIVE

The new, third-generation EN8040 Voyager is the world’s most integrated MPEG-4 AVC DSNG solution and combines MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 AVC encoding with a wide range of integrated output options including ASI, DVB-S2 satellite, COFDM and IP. This makes the unit not only suitable for a wide variety of roles, but also makes it multi-purpose since many of these options can be fitted and used simultaneously to target contribution applications using virtually any delivery format.

Testing proved for their application that the EN8040 Voyager could halve MPEG-2 video bit-rates while maintaining excellent video quality and low end-to-end latency. The integrated satellite modulator enabled the benefits of MPEG-2 to be concatenated with the encoding savings, providing on average a further 25 percent savings. Extensive functional testing within DSNG vehicles as well as in the lab proved that the EN8040 Voyager was reliable, simple yet very flexible and compact enough to integrate easily into existing news gathering fleets with a small amount of staff training and minimal disruption.

Working in combination with the successful Ericsson RX1290 Multi-format Professional Receiver, this contribution-focused, latency and performance optimized solution readily achieved the goal of delivering a 50 percent transponder bandwidth reduction, and resulted in a contract being placed with SIS LIVE to roll the solution out throughout the news gathering network. This included a London-based national news gathering team, 13 regional teams based around the UK and a number of international operations. Today, the EN8040 Voyager is in full service supporting all of these operations and is providing a healthy return on investment by delivering substantial bandwidth savings.

The outstanding performance of the EN8040 Voyager MPEG-4 AVC HD DSNG is becoming an essential asset for many news gathering businesses around the world. Its combination of best-in-class encoding coupled with the most efficient modulation can allow satellite bandwidth to be reduced by 50 percent, or HD services to be offered within the same SD bandwidths. The EN8040 Voyager can rapidly repay its initial investment cost many times over, and with HD hardware fitted as standard, it is no wonder why the EN8040 Voyager is establishing itself as the new powerhouse behind modern news gathering operations.About SIS

SIS is one of the world’s leading companies in the television broadcasting industry. It is the foremost supplier of television programming and data services to the UK and Ireland betting industry. The company’s broadcast business, SIS LIVE, has the largest satellite uplink fleet in Europe and is the largest outside broadcast provider in the UK. It offers a complete broadcasting solution from onsite outside broadcast facilities through to global distribution and IP provision. The company covers 100,000 hours of live events worldwide each year, including Formula One, Glastonbury Music Festival, The Wimbledon Championships and European Tour Golf, and delivers approximately 80 percent of live news feeds across the UK.


Q1). What is the challenge in this case

Q2). Elaborate on the solution provided in the case

Q3). What was the conclusion that was reached in the case Give a brief snapshot of SIS





Assignment C

Question No.  1 Solve by contact for more details at - 8882309876  

The basics of news writing comprises of how many W´s  


  1. Five
  2. Four
  3. Three
  4. Two



Question No.  2         

Lede is significant because  


  1. Reader comes to know the news in context from the first paragraph
  2. Reader comes to know the news in context from the second paragraph
  3. Reader comes to know the news in context from the concluding paragraph
  4. Reader comes to know the news in context from the fourthparagraph



Question No.  3         

Tight writing means 


  1. News needs to use as many new words as one can
  2. It should be large to convey whole meaning
  3. It should be too the point as well as short in addition to sweet
  4. It should be gramatically correct



Question No.  4         

News writing´s structural model is known as        


  1. Exerted pyramid
  2. Inverted pyramid
  3. Outward pyramid
  4. Pyramid



Question No.  5         

Kicker is also referred as     


  1. Last paragraph of news
  2. First paragraph
  3. Second paragraph
  4. Middle paragraph



Question No.  6         

Summary text is referred as


  1. Subhead
  2. Lead
  3. Billboard
  4. Headline



Question No.  7         

Who said an effective lead is a ´brief, sharp statement of the story´s essential facts      


  1. Charney
  2. Maslow
  3. Hertzberg
  4. Peter Drucker



Question No.  8         

At any point readers can stop reading and still essence of story is known in     


  1. Outward pyramid
  2. Closed pyramid
  3. Open pyramid
  4. Inverted pyramid



Question No.  9         

Why am I writing this, and why do I think the reader should read it is answered by   


  1. Nut graph
  2. Cashew graph
  3. Raisin graph
  4. Mushroom graph



Question No.  10       

Lead need not to be more than       


  1. Thirty five words
  2. Sixty five words
  3. Forty five words
  4. Eight five words



Question No.  11       

Lead need not to be more than       


  1. Thirty five words
  2. Sixty five words
  3. Forty five words
  4. Eight five words



Question No.  12       

Transition in news writing conveys


  1. Same thought process throughout the news
  2. Shifting of thought of reader from one to another
  3. Aggressive thought process is presented
  4. Conservative thought process is presented



Question No.  13       

Find which is not a general rule of news writing  


  1. Pass a verdict or make a judgment
  2. Do not editorialize
  3. Avoid the use of unfamiliar jargon
  4. Keep yourself and other reporters out of the story unless you and they are an essential part of the news



Question No.  14       

Essentials of defamation does not include  


  1. Publication
  2. No malice
  3. Damage
  4. Repetetion



Question No.  15       

To check the rising wave of criticism, British Colonial Administration enacted


  1. Contempt
  2. Sedishion
  3. Sedition
  4. Copyright



Question No.  16       

News stories that deal with government, economic, social and political policies are      


  1. Hard
  2. Soft
  3. Human interest
  4. Expected



Question No.  17       

News that flows from events           


  1. Soft
  2. b) Expected         
  3. Hard
  4. Human Interest



Question No.  18       

Soft news conveys    


  1. Stories valued more for their emotional impact or oddity
  2. It takes people unawares
  3. Stories that deal with government, economic, social and political policies
  4. Stories about trends, fashion, entertainment personalities and lifestyles



Question No.  19       

Additional news matter to a story already written or is about to be written is   


  1. Assignment
  2. Add
  3. Airtime
  4. Attribution



Question No.  20       

Attribution is conveyed by  


  1. Additional news matter to a story already written or is about to be written is
  2. Identification of the person being quoted in the reporter’s story
  3. An order to a reporter to cover an event. Assignment is the day’s job given to a reporter to cover by his or her News Editor or direct boss
  4. Identification of the person being quoted in the reporter’s story



Question No.  21       

Banner is also called as ________   


  1. Streamer
  2. Beat
  3. Break
  4. Beeper



Question No.  22       

A telephone conversation or interview recorded for later playback on air        


  1. Beeper
  2. Streamer
  3. Beat
  4. Break



Question No.  23       

Early edition, usually the first of a newspaper’s edition for the day is referred as        


  1. Caps
  2. Bulldog
  3. Copy
  4. Copy flow



Question No.  24       

CAR is known as     


  1. Computer Assisted Reporting
  2. Computer Automated Reporting
  3. Copy Automated Report
  4. Copy Animated Report



Question No.  25       

This is a kind of reporting and coverage that ignores or treats lightly negative news of about friends and acquaintances           


  1. Crony Journalism
  2. Yellow Journalism
  3. Downy Journalism
  4. Towny Journalism



Question No.  26       

Cub is coveyed by    


  1. A senior reporter
  2. A beginning reporter
  3. A middle aged reporter
  4. A reported towards his retirement



Question No.  27       

Dry is also referred as          


  1. Lull period
  2. Voidable period
  3. Void period
  4. Null period



Question No.  28       

The transfer of one videotape to another is           


  1. Bud
  2. Bird
  3. Bull
  4. Dub



Question No.  29       

Minor news materials used to fill up spaces in the newspaper. It is also called column closers and shorts is known as       


  1. Filler
  2. Lifer
  3. Filer
  4. Short news



Question No.  30       

Logotype is also known as   


  1. Flag
  2. Symbol
  3. Logo
  4. Copyright



Question No.  31       

A story that follows up a particular theme in a news story format is      


  1. Folio
  2. Flag
  3. Copy
  4. Folo



Question No.  32       

HFR is referred as   


  1. Hold for release
  2. Had for release
  3. Host for release
  4. Height for release



Question No.  33       

Continuation of a story from page one to another page means   


  1. Kick
  2. Jump
  3. Walk
  4. Skid




Question No.  34       

LTK is referred as   


  1. Lead to come
  2. Led to come
  3. Lieu to come
  4. Like to come



Question No.  35       

A designation placed on a copy to indicate that it must be run or published is  


  1. Must
  2. More
  3. Few
  4. Masthead



Question No.  36       

Where published stories, photographs and resource materials of newspaper are stored for reference purposes is    


  1. Library
  2. Morgue
  3. Laboratory
  4. Archival



Question No.  37       

Series of brief shots of various subjects to give a single impression or communicate one idea is          


  1. Morgue
  2. Library
  3. Mortage
  4. Library



Question No.  38       

One of the option is not an advantage of inverted pyramid, identify      


  1. No editing to suit the news hole
  2. It satisfies the curiosity of the reader
  3. It helps and facilitates page make up
  4. It makes the reader get the gist quickly



Question No.  39       

The first person associated with the 5Ws and H is


  1. Rudyard Kipling
  2. Peter Drucker
  3. Maslow
  4. Hertzberg



Question No.  40       

New that hinges on the pursuit of information that has been concealed


  1. Interpretation stories
  2. Investigative stories
  3. In depth stories
  4. News having nation interest

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