Hello, Mr. and Mrs. America, from border to border and coast to coast and all the ships at sea, let’s go to press…with this week’s News Biz Quiz!
- A University of Mississippi study shows that what group of people is appearing on three times more magazine covers than in past years?
— LGBTQ Americans
- Which magazine has launched a climate change-focused section called “Planet”?
— The New Yorker
— The Atlantic
- The Justice Department says the merger of which TWO satellite TV providers will have to wait until after 5G internet service is more widely available to rural Americans?
- PBS’s “American Masters” series begins airing a show this week on what gossip columnist and fast-talking broadcaster, who gets a mention in the Rodgers and Hart song “The Lady Is A Tramp”?
- A questionable story about Joe Biden’s son Hunter and his dealings with a Ukrainian firm has drawn criticism for what newspaper, which allowed a former Sean Hannity producer to co-write it and included personal e-mail addresses and hacked sourcing?
- What newspaper company, the nation’s largest, says it’ll offer yet another round of voluntary buyouts as soon as this week, despite company leadership saying newsroom staffing was expected to increase in the second half of 2020?
- The Atlantic
- DirecTV and Dish Network
- Walter Winchell
- New York Post
Stan Jastrzebski has competed in trivia competitions in 14 states (and Washington, D.C.), including appearances on “Jeopardy!” and “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?.” He’s won more than 40 state, regional and national journalism awards and spent more than a dozen years leading NPR member station newsrooms, He lives in Lafayette, IN with his wife and daughter.