1. Post-meeting interviews are not helpful.
2. Just because you hadn’t planned for these things, it doesn’t necessarily follow that they don’t matter to your readers.
3. The purpose of any event story is to find the most important aspects of what happened and report them to people who need to know about them.
4. Background research does not help you determine what will happen at the event and who is involved.
5. News conferences are not helpful for an organization to disseminate a single message to multiple media outlets in a single moment.
6. Speeches often contain multiple points of view.
7. It is not necessary to assess the news value of the event.
8. Not every meeting, speech, or news conference merits news coverage.
9. ______ can include some of the background you gathered, any quotes you got from sources prior to the event, and optional lead elements based on the outcome of the event.
10. At which type of event, your job as a reporter is to sit in as a substitute for your readers and distill for them what happened?
11. Breaking news events are among the most ______ stories for reporters to cover.
12. When it comes to preparing for an event, it can be helpful to do all of the following EXCEPT ______.
13. Reporting on a new product introduction during an organized event for media at a corporate headquarters is an example of covering a ______.
14. Reporting on a city council meeting is an example of covering a ______.
15. Reporting on a commencement address is an example of covering a ______.
16. Education, courts and religion are examples of _____ beat.
17. A basic set of information elements associated with a story that can be typed up in advance of an event is _____.
18. A set of guidelines used to conduct many meetings. The rules are based on parliamentary procedure and meant to keep order are called _____ rules of order.
19. A feature story that explores the life of an individual through in-depth reporting and observation is called _____ profile.
20. Obituary is a profile story written about a person who has ____.
21. The aspect of a story that justifies why a reporter is covering the topic now and for this audience is called _____.
22. An older newsroom term used to describe a newsroom’s library and archives is called _____.
23. The key point of any news story.
24. Localization is a story format in which a reporter covers a broader issue from a _____ angle.
25. An area of news coverage based on specific _____ of a state or city is called geographic beat.
26. An area of news coverage based on more _____ concepts is called conceptual beat.
27. Fires,robberies and shootings are examples of _____.
28. Beats are areas of specific _____ coverage.
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