Q.1: ______________ demonstrated, the early version of television – “televisor”, to the Royal Institute in London.
a) Philo Farnsworth
b) John Logie Baird
c) Charles Francis
Q.2: What do you mean by “independent media” ?
a) No one should control the media.
b) No one should tell the media what can or can’t be included.
Q.3: A __________ report discusses all points of view of a particular story and then leaves it to the readers to make up their mind.
Q.4: The cost of advertising depends on the _________ of the channel.
Q.5: Gutenberg printed the first sheet of _________.
Q.6: Why is it important that the media provides reliable information ?
a) Because citizens take decision based on those information.
b) Because they are getting advertisements.
c) Because they represent the country.
Q.7: Why is media no longer considered as independent ?
a) Because of increasing number of advertisements.
b) Because of increasing number of media houses.
c) Because of its close links to business.
Q.8: 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 ________________.
Q.9: _______________ is a fortnight run by eight Dalit women in Chitrakoot district in Uttar Pradesh.
b) Khabar Lahriya
c) Khabar fatafat
Q.10: Journalism underwent a sea-change in 1940s because of _________________.
b) fax machines
c) electronic typewriters
Q.11: _______________ has enabled us to think of ourselves as members of a global world.
Q.12: Why are advertisements repeated in media ?
a) So that you will buy that product
b) Because they don’t have anything else to show
c) Because it is entertaining
Q.13: Khabar Lahriya is written in _____________ language.