Mass Communication and Journalism MCQ online quiz 30

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Journalism Mass Communication Solved MCQs

Question 1
Middle-range theories are:
A
Ideas that explain or predict only limited aspect of the mass communication process.
B
Theories that explain media's influence over middle-class or typical people.
C
Explanations and predictions of social phenomena that attempt to relate mass communication to to various aspects of our personal and cultural lives or social systems.
D
None of these
Question 2
When was the AIR transferred to the Department of Information and Broadcasting?
A
1946.0
B
1945
C
1948
D
1947
Question 3
Written communication include
A
printed and hand written matter
B
speech
C
monologue
D
signs and symbols
Question 4
According to the text, which of the following is one of the primary reasons for global dominance of American media?
A
lack of local cultures
B
its educational features
C
the widespread use of the English language
D
the uniformity of its audience
Question 5
Diya Narain Nigam's Literary magazine was:
A
Urdu
B
Shaer
C
Zamana
D
None of these
Question 6
Separation of a programme signal from the carrier wave is
A
Modulation
B
Demodulation
C
Co-modulation
D
Clear modulation
Question 7
The first chairman of the Press Council of India was
A
Justice Rajagopala Iyenger
B
Justice P.B. Sawant
C
Justice Jeevan Reddy
D
Justice J.R. Mudholkar
Question 8
Takbir was issued from:
A
Lahore
B
Karachi
C
Rawalpindi
D
G.Khan
Question 9
Comrade's objectives were to:
A
Convey the Muslim point of view to the rulers about the current situation
B
Create a sense of political awareness among the Muslims
C
Both of the above
D
None of the above
Question 10
'Enlightened self-interest' is the notion behind
A
Risk management
B
Event management
C
Corporate social responsibility
D
Publicity campaigns
Question 11
Geo regular transmission began from:
A
1 October. 2000
B
1 October. 2001
C
1 October. 2002
D
None of these
Question 12
The Internat is:
A
An integral part of the Information Superhighway
B
An indirect product of the Cold War
C
A global network of interconnected computers
D
All of the above
Question 13
Genres refer to:
A
Categories of expression within the different media, for example, the evening news and documentaries
B
Communication strategies employed by preliterate cultures
C
Different types of feedback in mass and interpersonal communication
D
Bounded cultures ability to limit expression
Question 14
Maximum number of newspapers are published from
A
West Bengal
B
Bihar
C
Maharastra
D
Uttar Pradesh
Question 15
Islamabad T.V. station started in:
A
1966
B
1967
C
1968
D
1969
Question 16
Assertion (A): Self-regulation by media in India is a Myth. Reason (R): Media tabloidization is a reality in India and there is no statutory code of ethics to control them.
A
Both (A) and (R) are true.
B
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
C
(A) is true, but (R) is false.
D
(A) is false, but (R) is true.
Question 17
Mirat-ul-akhbar was appeared on:
A
April 20. 1822
B
August 24. 1820
C
August 20. 1820
D
None of these
Question 18
Masala TV was launched on:
A
22 November. 2006
B
22 November. 2007
C
22 November. 2008
D
None of these
Question 19
Vocabulary, grammar, style and format are the major elements of
A
oral
B
written
C
verbal
D
none
Question 20
The New Trend in journalism:
A
Sensationalism
B
Patriotism
C
Socialism
D
Mechanism
There are 20 questions to complete.

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