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Week 13 Documentary

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As of 2008, how much of the general population of the United States gets its news from the internet? 48 percent
Electronic Field Production (EFP) work generally provides the opportunity to insure... maximum audio and video quality.
Hard-hitting, hour-long, television documentaries have lost favor because... 1.low ratings 2.expense 3.take too long to produce
A single field reporter who writes, reports, shoots and edits stories. video journalist
Involves an unauthorized use of an individual's or organization's prominence in order to benefit someone else commercial appropriation
T he communication to a third party of false and injurious ideas that tend to lower the community's estimation of the person, expose the person to contempt or ridicule defamation
Grayest areas of the law and one that is most often encountered by news people access
Attempt to reduce damages by immediately airing or printing a full apology corrective statement
Designed to keep courts or judges from forcing news people to reveal confidential sources of information shield law
Involves a careless disregard for the truth negligence
Ranges from a careless disregard for the truth to an intent to cause injury and is the most serious form of defamation actual malice
The alteration of a scene or the broadcast or reenactment of a news event without telling your audience. staging
Video that appears to be the event being reported, but is from an earlier time or even from a different place. comparable footage
Using something that's copyrighted without permission can result in... $25,000 fine and one year in prison
Allows copyrighted material to be used in limited ways for criticism, teaching, scholarship, news, or research without the permission of the copyright holder. the fair use act
_____________are required to use music in a "public venue," which includes radio and TV broadcasts. performance rights
______________allow you to record and play back the selection in a production as outlined in a licensing agreement. mechanical rights
_______________are required to use the music as part of a sound track synchronization rights
ASCAP, MBI, SESAC music licensing agencies
allows copyrighted material to be used in limited ways for criticism, teaching, scholarship, news, or research without the permission of the copyright holder fair use act
video that appears to be the event being reported, but is from an earlier time or even from a different place comparable footage
when a copyright has expired it's considered in the... public domain
form giving legal permission to use one's "likeness" in a video talent release
involves the alteration of a scene, or the broadcast or reenactment of a news event, without telling your audience staging
permission from the copyright holder to use copyrighted materials, such as a music piece clearence
Created by: twodele