Q1. Fill in the blanks.

                        i.        ___________has enabled us to think of ourselves as members of a larger global world.

                       ii.        Most of the cartoons that we see on television are mostly from ____________ or the_________________.

                      iii.        It is important that the information given by media should be __________________.

                      iv.        Khabar Lahriya newspaper is run by eight Dalit women in Chitrakoot district in __________________.


Q2. True/False

                       i.        The technology that mass media uses keeps changing. _______

                      ii.        An independent media means that government should control and influence its coverage of news. _______

                     iii.        Since TV time costs so much money, only those programmes that can attract the maximum number of viewers are shown. ________

                     iv.        The print media offers a large variety of information to suit the tastes of different readers. ________


Q3. Give some examples of print media.


Q4. Give some examples of mass media.


Q5. Give some examples of electronic media.


Q6. How do you think television influences us?


Q7. Name the word that is often used to collectively refer to the radio, TV, newspapers, Internet and several other forms of communication.


Q8. Why do you think newspapers are called print media?


Q9. Give examples of local media.


Q10. What is broadcast?


Q11. What is censorship?


Q12. Why we need to analyse the news?


Q13. Mention one way in which mass media earns money.


Q14. Why are some advertisements shown repeatedly on the television screen?


Q15. What is a balanced report?


Q16. What does media's close relationship with business often mean?


Q17. How much does it cost to advertise on a news channel?


Q18. Why it is important to know both sides of the story?


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