Every day hundreds of different newspapers are published. The content and layout of each newspaper reflects its target readership.
Which of these can all be classified as ‘red top’ newspapers?
Daily Mail, Daily Star, The Sun
The Sun, Daily Mirror, The Guardian
The Sun, Daily Mirror, Daily Star
Which of these is an image led newspaper?
The Daily Mail
Which of the following statements best defines the differences between broadsheet and tabloid newspapers?
Broadsheets have a higher news content and cost more to buy than tabloids
Broadsheets have a lower circulation and cost less to buy than tabloids
Tabloids have more in-depth and detailed reporting and cost less to buy than broadsheets
What is defined as ‘copy’?
The total number of copies of the newspaper distributed
Articles written by journalists
The title banner at the top of each newspaper
A tabloid headline is more likely to…
Use puns, rhyme, and alliteration
Be long and more serious
Be very fact based
Which of these is an advantage of an online newspaper?
They can target audiences easier
They can be updated in real-time with breaking news
They can carry more advertising
Who now regulates the newspaper industry after the Leveson Inquiry?
Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO)
Press Complaints Commission (PCC)
Independent Publications Standards Organisation (IPSO)
How does a broadsheet’s style of writing differ from a tabloid?
It uses longer sentences and paragraphs
It uses fewer words to tell a story
It uses puns and alliteration
Which of these events is likely to have a higher news value?
A foreign war
A long running court case
A fatal road accident
What does the term 'readership' mean?
It refers to how readable a newspaper is
It refers to approval rating a newspaper achieves among readers
It refers to the newspaper's circulation multiplied by the average number of people who read each copy