Any broadcast piece that incites or causes discontent or rebellion against a government constitutes ----------
Question FBQ45 : Defamation by writing is known as _______________
Question FBQ46 : Defamation by speaking is known as _______________
Question FBQ47 : The press is absolutely free in Nigeria. TRUE/FALSE ________________?
Question FBQ48 : The press is absolutely free in America. TRUE/FALSE _______________?
Question FBQ49 : Radio is a good example of an audio-visual medium. TRUE/FALSE _____________?
Question FBQ50 : A television script must be written for the ear and not the eye. TRUE/FALSE ________________?
Question MCQ1 : --------- is the process of sending out and receiving messages through the air using electromagnetic waves
Question MCQ2 : One of these persons is not among the production team.
Answer: The general manager
Question MCQ3 : Another name production team is -----
Answer: technical crew
Question MCQ4 : One of these is a characteristic of broadcasting.
Answer: Life Span
Question MCQ5 : Broadcast messages are transformed into electronic signals in the -------
Question MCQ6 : One of the following is not a generic function of the broadcast media
Question MCQ7 : Initiating a programme could come from each of the following except:
Question MCQ8 : Which of these is a major determinant of programme objectives?
Answer: Expectations of the station’s audience
Question MCQ9 : Every production in the broadcast medium is designed to satisfy three major interests. They include the following except:
Answer: Accommodate public opinion
Question MCQ10 : Inability to separate objects from their shadows cast in the background is as a result of -----------.
Answer: Poor lightening
Question MCQ11 : To allow performers free movement without obstruction, the space for performance should be ------------
Question MCQ12 : Radio involves the process by which messages are sent through -----
Answer: electrical waves.
Question MCQ13 : Who invented the electric telegraph?
Answer: Samuel Morse
Question MCQ14 : The Greek word “tele” from which ‘television’ was derived stands for -------
Question MCQ15 : The last period in the development of television which spanned between 1948 and 1952 is commonly referred to as ……
Answer: The formative years
Question MCQ16 : Ability to combine sights and sound is an exclusive advantage of
Question MCQ17 : In what year was the Radio Distribution System introduced in Nigeria?
Question MCQ18 : ------ is the transmission of open access signals from a radio or television source to receiving sets at home.
Question MCQ19 : It transcends the boundaries of space and time, and also leaps across illiteracy barriers. Which of these media of mass communication is best described above?
Question MCQ20 : Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of radio?
Answer: Radio appeals to the eyes and other human faculties, particularly the imagination
Question MCQ21 : A bulletin is for radio, as ------ is for television.
Question MCQ22 : What time is prime time in television scheduling in Nigeria?
Question MCQ23 : Which of these is not television studio equipment?
Answer: mixing console
Question MCQ24 : When did radio actually make its debut in Nigeria?
Answer: December 1, 1935
Question MCQ25 : A television control room equipment include the following, except:
Question MCQ26 : Which medium of mass communication would you consider as the most glamorous?
Question MCQ27 : If you are approached to prescribe one singular medium that is most effective for rural mobilization, what would your answer be?
Question MCQ28 : When was the Western Nigeria Broadcasting Service (WNBS) established?
Answer: October, 1959
Question MCQ29 : In what year was the Eastern Nigeria Broadcasting Service (ENBS) established?
Question MCQ30 : In what year was the Broadcasting Company of Northern Nigeria?
Question MCQ31 : One of these is not a Types of Outside Broadcast.
Answer: Distance broadcast
Question MCQ32 : In what year was the Nigerian Broadcasting Service (NBS) established?
Question MCQ33 : Which of these is not a type of script?
Answer: Mechanical script
Question MCQ34 : Where does the technical director stay?
Answer: Control room
Question MCQ35 : In what year was broadcasting deregulated in Nigeria?
Question MCQ36 : Writing for television is called ----
Question MCQ37 : Which of these was not among the first set of radio and television stations to be issued with licence of operation in Nigeria?
Answer: Minaj System Television, Obosi
Question MCQ38 : Broadcasting is the process of sending out and receiving messages through the air by a scientific method called --------
Answer: electromagnetic waves
Question MCQ39 : The Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) was established in what year?
Question MCQ 40 : Broadcasting in Nigeria began as an experiment by the --------------
Question MCQ 41 : Another name for monochrome cameras is ------
Answer: black-and-white cameras
Question MCQ 42 : Monochrome camera has how many pick-up tube to which lights from the lens are directed?
Question MCQ43 : One of these is not a basic type of studio lighting?
Answer: View lighting
Question MCQ44 : Which of these is not a type of microphone?
Answer: Impersonal microphone
Question MCQ45 : What studio equipment is used to regulate and modulate signals?
Question MCQ46 : The two most important sections in radio productions are
Answer: Studio and control room
Question MCQ47 : Qualities or criteria that assist in deciding what to publish/broadcast or not is called --------------
Answer: News values
Question MCQ48 : Persons whose major work is to entertain the station’s audience by playing music of various classes and forms at the station is called _____
Answer: Disc Jockey
Question MCQ49 : Another name for an anchor man in broadcast announcing is ------------
Question MCQ50 : Presenters who give accounts of a series of events in a sequential and orderly manner are called -------.