Test: Understanding Media - 1


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QUESTION: 1

One word that is often used to collectively refer to the radio, TV, newspapers, Internet and several other forms of communication. This word is

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QUESTION: 2

Media is the plural form of the word

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QUESTION: 3

__________ can reach millions of people because they use certain technologies

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QUESTION: 4

When the government prevents either a news item, or scenes from a movie, or the lyrics of a song from being shared with the larger public, this is referred to as

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QUESTION: 5

This refers to news reports, articles, interviews, stories, etc., that are printed in newspapers, magazines and books for a wide audience to read.

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QUESTION: 6

This word is used to refer to a TV or radio programme that is widely transmitted.

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Broadcast means sending or transmitting a program or message on radio or television.

QUESTION: 7

When a large number of people come together and openly state their opposition to some issue. Organising a rally, starting a signature campaign, blocking roads etc. are some of the ways in which this is done

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The Right to protest peacefully is enshrined in the Indian Constitution—Article 19(1)(a) guarantees the freedom of speech and expression; Article 19(1)(b) assures citizens the right to assemble peaceably and without arms.
Article 19(2) imposes reasonable restrictions on the right to assemble peaceably and without arms.
So, Public Protes is when a large number of people come together and openly state their opposition to some issue. Organizing a rally, starting a signature campaign, blocking roads etc. are some of the ways in which this is done.

QUESTION: 8

Media decides which subject to highlight and hence

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QUESTION: 9

What is local media

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QUESTION: 10

Which of the following is not the example of digital media

Solution: It is the primary means of communication used to reach the vast majority of the general public. The most common platforms for mass media are newspapers, magazines, radio, television, and the Internet. hence,book is not a digital media.

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