Media- Newspapers

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Mode Of Address
How a newspaper communicates with it's target audience or how it speaks. Can be formal or informal
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Epistemologies
Ways of communicating B- Objective (Facts+Figures) T- Subjective(Opinion)
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Masthead
Title and logo of the newspaper, clearly identifies it.
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NIBS (News in Brief)
Very short stories presented in one or two paragraphs.
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Semi-solus advert
An advertisements that shares a page with other ads
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Headline
Large bold text indicating the main story
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Strapline
Found on mostly tabliods, give more information about the main story
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Puffs/Blurbs/Plugs
appear in all newspapers show what else is inside the paper
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Threshold (News Value)
The bigger the story the more likely to be put on the news agenda
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Negativity (News Value)
Bad news is more exciting than good
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Unexpectedness (News Value)
An event that is a shock or out of the ordinary
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Unambiguity (News Value)
Events that are easy to report (tabloids)
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Personalisation (News Value)
News stories that have a human interest angle
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Proximity (News Value)
The closer to home the more interested the reader
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Elite nations/people (News Value)
Stories about important people and powerful nations
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Continuity/currency (News Value)
Stories already in the news and continue to run
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Purpose
Attract an Audience, Clearly identify the newspaper, inform the reader of main stories, Set up enigmas
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Ways of communicating B- Objective (Facts+Figures) T- Subjective(Opinion)

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Epistemologies

Card 3

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Title and logo of the newspaper, clearly identifies it.

Back

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Card 4

Front

Very short stories presented in one or two paragraphs.

Back

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Card 5

Front

An advertisements that shares a page with other ads

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