DEPART OF MASS  COMMUNICATION      BMC-7Resource Person: Ahmad Sheikh
Presented By Iqra Butt      10129 Momina Ghani   10124 Iqra Tariq     10126 Varda Butt     10128
JOURNALISM Journalism is the investigation and reporting of  events, issues and trends to a broad audience. The activity...
ACRONYMS Acronyms are abbreviations formed from the  initial components in a phrase or a word.
CROSS FADE Cross fade is editing that makes a smooth  transition between two files. To show something exiting from the s...
TALK BACK Is a means of instantaneous communication  between the MCR (Master Control Room) and  Studio is Talk Back. A s...
DTH Direct-to-Home broadcast A digital signal transmitted directly from  satellite, received through small dish at home ...
FIX SPOT     1.The continuity of one portion        in every episode of some           program is fix spot.    2. Commerc...
VOICERReport which is based on reporter’s own                  voice
STAND UP To give report at the actual location.
CROSS SCRIPT When the voice over is different from the video is cross script. It means reporter that reporting the news i...
ACTUALITY      Recoded segment of any      event or subject is called             actuality.
ADLIB Spontaneous act of speaking Unscripted material to be spoken To improvise and deliver without preparation
FEED       Broadcasts sent by           radio and TV        networks to local         stations or by a          local stat...
SCHEDULE A list of consecutive programs.
SPILL OVER When frequency of one country crosses the  border of other country then disturbance  occur in transmition is s...
FILLER    .
DIARY A list of broadcasted programmes in a record  is Diary.
DATELINE A dateline is a brief piece of text included in  news articles that describes where and when  the story occurred...
EMBARGO: To hold a story for specific time period is  called embargo
TIMELINE: Chronological order of  a story is called  timeline.
Deep Focus             a                             b : A technique in which objects very near the  camera as well as th...
Beat A special area of journalism that a reporter  always cover. E.g. health, entertainment.
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  1. 1. DEPART OF MASS COMMUNICATION BMC-7Resource Person: Ahmad Sheikh
  2. 2. Presented By Iqra Butt 10129 Momina Ghani 10124 Iqra Tariq 10126 Varda Butt 10128
  3. 3. JOURNALISM Journalism is the investigation and reporting of events, issues and trends to a broad audience. The activity or profession of writing for Newspapers or Magazines or of Broadcasting News on Radio or Television.
  4. 4. ACRONYMS Acronyms are abbreviations formed from the initial components in a phrase or a word.
  5. 5. CROSS FADE Cross fade is editing that makes a smooth transition between two files. To show something exiting from the scene or other is inserting is cross fade. This method creates a smooth transition, for a short period of time the listener hears both files playing simultaneously.
  6. 6. TALK BACK Is a means of instantaneous communication between the MCR (Master Control Room) and Studio is Talk Back. A system of communications links in a radio studio that enables directions to be given while a program is being produced.
  7. 7. DTH Direct-to-Home broadcast A digital signal transmitted directly from satellite, received through small dish at home or subscriber’s end.
  8. 8. FIX SPOT 1.The continuity of one portion in every episode of some program is fix spot. 2. Commercial spot broadcast at fixed time Example: HBL advertisement broadcast before 8 O clock News
  9. 9. VOICERReport which is based on reporter’s own voice
  10. 10. STAND UP To give report at the actual location.
  11. 11. CROSS SCRIPT When the voice over is different from the video is cross script. It means reporter that reporting the news is entirely different from the video displaying on your television ,there is no connection between them.
  12. 12. ACTUALITY Recoded segment of any event or subject is called actuality.
  13. 13. ADLIB Spontaneous act of speaking Unscripted material to be spoken To improvise and deliver without preparation
  14. 14. FEED Broadcasts sent by radio and TV networks to local stations or by a local station or medium to the headquarters office or other media. The origination point is called the feed point.
  15. 15. SCHEDULE A list of consecutive programs.
  16. 16. SPILL OVER When frequency of one country crosses the border of other country then disturbance occur in transmition is spill over.
  17. 17. FILLER .
  18. 18. DIARY A list of broadcasted programmes in a record is Diary.
  19. 19. DATELINE A dateline is a brief piece of text included in news articles that describes where and when the story occurred. Example Women Entrepreneurship Development Lahore 20-10-2011   By Muhammad Ahmad sheikh (International Broadcaster/ Journalist.  Bureau chief Mediaco m
  20. 20. EMBARGO: To hold a story for specific time period is called embargo
  21. 21. TIMELINE: Chronological order of a story is called timeline.
  22. 22. Deep Focus a b : A technique in which objects very near the camera as well as those far away are in focus at the same time. To focus the two persons and also focus their background deeply.
  23. 23. Beat A special area of journalism that a reporter always cover. E.g. health, entertainment.

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