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Transcript of Journalism Jeopardy
b) A.D. 222
c) 59 B.C. c) 59 B.C. What was the name of the first handwritten newspaper? (Hint: it was also called "Daily Events") a) Acta Diurna
b) Notizie Scritte
c) Los Acontecimientos Diaros a) Acta Diurna The first monthly newspaper, the Notizie Scritte, was also called Gazetta because...? a) Because it only reported things that involved gazelles
b) Because the people had to pay a small coin (gazetta) to buy it
c) Because the founder's last name was Gazetta b) Because the people had to pay a small coin (gazetta) to buy it Who published the world's first actual newspaper, The Relation? a) Kent Worthington
b) Taylor Astor
c) Johann Carolus c) Johann Carolus The first American newspaper, Publick Occurrences, was published where and when? a) Boston, 1690
b) New Orleans, 1700
c) Jamestown, 1654 a) Boston, 1690 The first American newspaper was published by...? a) James Parker
b) Your Mother
c) Benjamin Harris c) Benjamin Harris Daniel Defoe was considered what? a) The editor for Publick Occurrences
b)The world's first journalist
c)A famous photographer b) The world's first journalist When did China begin publishing their government related newspaper, the Tipao? a) 1810
b) 202 B.C.
c) 1513 b) 202 B.C. Works Cited Page "Beginning Journalism." Beginning Journalism. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Sept. 2012. <http://gallery.carnegiefoundation.org/collections/castl_k12/kaustin/Context_Pages/Beginning_Journalism/beginning_journalism.html>.
"A Brief History of Journalism." A Brief History of Journalism. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Sept. 2012. <http://shelleycrutz.com/a-brief-history-of-journalism>.
"History of American Journalism." History of American Journalism. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Sept. 2012. <http://history.journalism.ku.edu/>.