Type
Word Search
Description

Place line
By line
Caption
Details
Hard News
Headline
How
Inverted Pyramid
Lead
Masthead
Photo
Quote
Soft News
What
When
Where
Who
Why

Newspaper Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

WIRE STORY
SECONDARY HEADLINE
MASTHEAD
LEAD PHOTO
LEAD STORY
LEAD
JUMPLINE
INDEX
HEADLINE
GRAPHIC
FOLIO LINE
FLAG
DISPLAY AD
DATELINE
CUTLINE
CUT
COLUMN
CLASSIFIED AD
CAPTION
BYLINE

yearbook terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

line at the beginning or end of copy giving name of a person byline
a page usually containing the title and important school information title page
the inner space between the two pages of a spread where the paper meets the spine gutter
explanatory material that identifies the who, what, when, where and why of a photo caption
a central idea or concept theme
the complete set of all letters, numerals and punctuation marks of a type face font
the words written to tell a story or describe an event copy
a column of text that flows around a photo or graphic text wrap
the layout space allocated for written text text block
a master page that maintains consistency with a design or section template
a line of large type used to tell the reader what is to follow headline
a page number best located at the bottom and outside of a page folio
editing and marking of a photo to indicate to the printer the area to be included cropping
words "pulled" from the text and displayed as a quotation pull quote
an artistic rendering of facts gathered from a poll or survey infographic
a page or double page spread that separates sections of the book divider page
the opening paragraph of a story that tells purpose and direction lead
to unite a spread, a horizontal line established across a spread above or below the center eyeline
heavy sheet of paper that attaches the book to its cover endsheet
a chart representing the pages in a signature or a book used for planning ladder

Yearbook Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The title of the story Headline
Additional detail to the title Subhead
The story Copy
A brief description of a photo Caption
Invisible line that divides the pages Gutter
Page numbers Folio
Questions you ask someone to discover their opinion or experience Interview
First couple of sentences used to hook or lure readers Lede
Information obtained from someone Source
A photo not posed for Candid Photo
A photo posed for Posed Photo
A photo of someones head and sholders Mugshot
Extra content on the side Sidebar
A survey is one type of these Poll
Two facing pages on the same topic Spread
When something is do Deadline
A page-by-page diagram showing yearbook content Ladder
Table of contents Index
Photo that crosses the gutter Dominant Photo
An area of space where nothing is White Space

Journalism Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A published false statement Libel
A spoken false statement Slander
The act of using another person's words or ideas as your own. Plagerism
In a photo layout there should be one larger, _______ image. Dominate
When taking a photo or video good _________ is essential. Light
Aside from good light, good ________ is important in a video. Sound
PBS stands for Public Broadcasting ____________. Service
Copyright law last for the life of the author plus ________ years. Seventy
The _______ determines the how a movie will be filmed. Cinematographer
This person reads television news. Anchor
Most younger people get their news from _______. Internet
Most older people get their news from __________. Television
West Texas was in the news because of an immigrant tent city here. Tornillo
New York Times slogan appears on front page, "All the News that's fit to _____" Print
Name of the news museum in Washington, D.C. Newseum
This person gathers news and then writes or films a story. Reporter
He is credited with creating facebook. Zuckerberg
Snapchat was founded how many years ago. Eight
These articles have opinions and are on their own newspaper page. Editorials
When you cite what somebody said word for word, that is called a what? Quote
When interviewing anyone you always want to check how what is spelled? Name
A person who sees a crime being committed is called a ______. Witness
This is the beginning of your story. Lead
The action of damaging the good reputation of someone. Defamation
The amendment guarantees a free press. First

News Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Announcments
Politics
Money
Society
Education
Events
Printers
Quotes
Camera
Pen
Notepad
Editorials
Headlines
Article
News

Crossword Puzzle American Becomes a World Power

Type
Crossword
Description

the expansion of a country by colonizing Imperialism
The policy of remaining force on ones country's Isolationism
the act of annexing something Annexation
a form of governments Monarchy
the systematic publicizing of given doctrine propaganda
an article in a newspaper which expresses the opinion of a editor editorial
a title caption word of a story printed in a large type headline
journalism that exploits the news to create sensation and attract readers yellow journalism
a nonfiction literary piece that forms parts of a publication article
a infectious disease characterized by cycles of chills malaria
a viral infection spread by species of mosquitos yellow fever
a member of the cavalry unit Rough Riders
treaty between US and Spain or Great Britain Treaty of Paris
first queen of Hawaii and last and she was the Queen Liliuokalani
U.S president who began imperialism Grover Cleveland
U.S President who didn't want to annex Hawaii William McKinley
U.S. jurist in Hawaiian islands Sanford Dole
Navy Admiral Alfred T. Mahan
U.S. president started and was a part of the Rough Riders Theodore Roosevelt
title of newspaper, which is a tagline Mast Head
Whose article is by Byline
Comics that are based on something political to reflect the opinion of the cartoonist Political cartoon
a cigar shaped to be fired from a ship Torpedo
explosive place that goes underwater or underground Mine
Admiral of the navy who defeated Admiral dewy
a principle of U.S. policy made by James Monroe Monroe Doctrine
The saying of "speak softly and carry a big stick' Roosevelt Corollary
usually placed in a concealed location Fortification

Newspaper Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A headline that runs across the whole page Banner
Name of news writer at the beginning of an article Byline
A section of the paper listing jobs and things to sell Classified Ads
A caption under a photo explaining what it is about Cutline
A heading that tells where and when the story takes place Dateline
The time when all stories and copy are due for an edition Deadline
Upper corners of the paper that give information about the section or the weather Ear
Someone who assigns reporters, decides what stories should be included, organizes the paper, and improves copy Editor
An article that tells the opinion of the writer Editorial
An interesting article, not always important news Feature
The newspaper's name printed across the top of the front page Flag
The space along the crease where the pages fold Gutter
Important news articles found on the front page Hard News
The title of an article printed in boldface Headline
A list that tells where things are in the paper Index
The first few sentences that tell the 5Ws of a news story Lead
Information about the editors usually found in a box on the editorial page Masthead

Newspaper key terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the distinctive name and logo of the newspaper that creates a brand identity Masthead
The eye-catching large font that catches the eye to the lead story Headline
Written beneath the main image to anchor the meaning of the photo Caption
The main body text Copy
This is the panel that temps the reader inside the newspaper Pug
An extra story on the front page Secondary story
This tells the reader who wrote the story By line
This adds further detail about the story that is not a headline Stand first
The main picture of the lead story Central image
a newspaper that has small pages, short articles, and lots of photographs Tabloid
A large newspaper that has lots of writing and serious views about events that have happened Broadsheet
Who owns the sun newspaper Rupert Murdoch
Who owns the Guardian newspaper Scott trust limited

Extra Credit Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Prevention, or attempted prevention, of printing or broadcasting materials. Censorship
The moral principals that govern the conduct of individuals. Ethics
Making up quotations, details or the whole story. Fabrication
The making of false and damaging statements about a person. Libel
Copy someone else's work and passing it off as your own Plagiarism
Journalist on scene gathering information and writing the story. Reporter
The business of news gathering and reporting. Journalism
Takes still photos for stories Photographer
Topics or areas of coverage such as sports or politics. beats
Language specific to a particular business. Jargon
Copy text
The conclusion kicker
The beginning of the story lead
Style format where the most important information goes first. Inverted Pyramid
News about serious or important topics Hard News

Yearbook Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Photos, artwork or graphics that extend off of the trim area of a spread Bleed
An unposed photograph, often taken without the subject’s knowledge. _________ photos usually catch someone in the act of doing something. Candid
The copy that explains the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of action in a photo; plan space for every photo to have a __________ Caption
The last page of the yearbook. If your book has a theme, this is the place to wrap it up. Closing
Stands for printer's inks of cyan, magenta, yellow and black used in 4-color processing. CMYK
The last page of the book that shows all the mechanical details of the year's book such as fonts used, paper weight, publisher, yearbook staff, etc. Colophon
Refers to all text on a spread; ___________ includes captions, stories, headlines. Copy
The outside of the yearbook which protects the printed pages. Cover
Refers to the topics featured in the yearbook and how they are covered. Coverage
A photo where the background is removed COB
The largest eye-catching photo or collection of photos or elements on a spread Dominant
Two facing pages; the left page is an even number. Usually simply called a “_______.” Spread
A margin of white space that will frame the edges of the spread External Margin
A one-pica line that connects the left and right pages; all design elements should sit on or hang from this line Eyeline
8 pages, not necessarily consecutive, of a yearbook in layout form. One side of a publisher's printed giant sheet that equals 8 pages of the book. Flat
A family of alphabetic characters, numbers, punctuation marks and other symbols that share a consistent design; often used synonymously with typeface. Font
Page number on a yearbook spread; accompanying words or phrases identifying the content are called _______ tabs Folio
The place where the left and right pages meet; the _________ is often one or two picas wide and is folded as the book comes together. Gutter
Word or words set in large type that attract the reader to the spread; ___________ traditionally are placed above copy blocks Headline
A consistent amount of white space between elements; traditionally, this has been one pica. Internal Margin
The overall map which shows the placement of every layout in the yearbook. Ladder
Arrangement of pictures, captions, headlines and copy on two facing pages. Layout
Only two pages in a flat that are printed side-by-side on the press sheet. Natural Spread
A journalistic unit of measurement; one ______ = 1/6 of an inch Pica
Unit of measurement used primarily for fonts; approximately 1/72 of an inch; twelve _______ = one pica Point
A posed photo of a person that usually only includes the person’s head and shoulders. Also referred to as “mug shots.” Portrait
These are the galley pages that return to us from the printer allowing us one last chance to make changes to that set of pages. Proof
A font that does not have end strokes or feet; used mainly for headlines and large-sized text. Sans Serif
Fonts that have a tail or stroke (sometimes known as "feet") at the end of some characters. Serif
16 consecutive pages of a yearbook in layout form. Two sides of a publisher's printed giant sheet that equals 16 pages of the book. Signature