A: Subject to teacher's discretion
A: Subject to teacher's discretion
A: CNN was launched in 1980 by Ted Turner.
A: There are a number of CNN Network's including CNN, CNN Headline News, CNN Radio, CNN en Espanol Radio, CNN International, CNN en Espanol, CNN+, CNN Turk, CNNj, CNN Airport Network, CNN.com, CNN Student News.
A: There are 37 CNN bureaus worldwide including, Bangkok, Beijing, Hong Kong, Islamabad, Jakarta, New Delhi, Seoul, Sydney, Tokyo, Berlin, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London, Madrid, Moscow, Rome, Baghdad, Beirut, Dubai, Jerusalem, Cairo, Johannesburg, Lagos, Buenos Aires, Havana, Mexico City, Boston, New York, Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
A: It is the last point of contact the producers and directors have with the broadcast before it is sent out to the viewing audience.
A: CNN Air is what the viewers at home see on tv at that moment. CNN Program is the CNN Air signal before it is beamed up to the satellites and does not have the commercials. CNN Preset is where the next shot is queued up.
A. A router is where the control room will receive incoming satellite feeds and images. They will hold various items including live feeds from reporters on location, photograph images, graphics, the different camera angles in the anchor studio and even the teleprompter script.
A: The control room is typically staffed with anywhere from 6-10 people. The Executive Producer oversees the broadcast and decides what, how and when a story goes on air. The Director will make the real time decisions on what is shown during a broadcast. The Technical Director will execute the director's decisions.
A: The teleprompter is what the anchor reads the script off of.
A: The teleprompter contains only 3-5 words per line in order to eliminate this effect.
A: Turn the page of their hard copy.
A: To cover the appropriate area of the map without losing eye contact with the camera.
A: Meteorologists should never wear the same color as the chromakey wall which is typically blue or green, because the map will then appear over top of their clothes.
A: Journalists that are embedded in war torn areas will wear helmets made of Kevlar.
A: Journalists used a four-wire box in order to communicate with the network.
A: On average there are about 100 employees working on the main newsroom floor in Atlanta.
A: The international and the national desk.
A: The Producers will decide the order of the stories and how much time is given to each one. The Assignment Desk Editors will gather and check the facts of the story before sending it on to the writers. The Writers will write the story for air. The Copyeditors will check the stories and make any adjustments as needed before sending it to air.
A: An IFB is the earpiece in which the anchor and hear the control room communicating to them. IFB stand for Interruptible Feedback or Interruptible Frequency Broadcast.
A: CNN gives more in depth coverage on the top story of the day, while Headline News will cover all the top stories of the day in 30 minutes.
A: CNN International is targeting the international audience. CNN Airport is targeting travelers. CNN Newsource focuses on the local affiliate audience. CNN en Espanol targets the Latin American population.
A: There are lots of great reasons to go into a career in journalism. Some of the ones mentioned in the video are "it is an exciting career", "it is an opportunity to go around the world on someone else's dime", "my father was a journalist", "for the responsibility", and "for the connection with the viewer".