Posted by: crisdiaz24 | May 21, 2016

HOW IT’S MADE – NEWSPAPERS

HOW IT’S MADE – NEWSPAPERS

 

  1. It is the ________________ who chooses the items and pictures to be published.
  2. These may come from reporters, photographers and ________________ journalists.
  3. The pages are grouped together in sets of four when the ________________ is complete.
  4. A plate is a plastic-coated sheet of aluminium, ________________ -thin.
  5. The images ________________ scan the plate.
  6. The coating in the ________________ hardens and then washes away.
  7. The press operator uses them as a(n) ________________ to correctly position the plates on the printing press.
  8. The newsprint comes out in rolls which weigh ________________ each.
  9. Workers feed several rolls into the reeling [1]machine under ________________.
  10. Double-sided tape connects each roll to the next, ensuring a(n) ________________ and ________________ process.
  11. Although the printing process starts slowly, it soon reaches ________________ an hour.
  12. Each line of the press prints a four-page flat and cuts the sheet in half ________________.
  13. Machines assemble the pages in order and send them off to the ________________ department.

14. Newspapers can report ________________ and are trusted to deliver ________________ reporting.

 

[1] To reel: to wind on a reel; Enrollar. Reel: a rounded object or cylinder or other device that spins and is used to wind up or let out wire, rope, film, etc. Carrete, Bobina.

 

KEY

 

  1. EDITORS
  2. FREELANCE
  3. LAYOUT
  4. THREE TENTHS OF A MILLIMETRE
  5. LASER BEAMS
  6. BLANK AREAS
  7. GUIDE
  8. 850 KILOS
  9. THE PRINTING PRESS
  10. CONTINUOUS – UNINTERRUPTED
  11. 40 KMS
  12. LENGTHWISE
  13. SHIPPING
  14. IN-DEPTH – UNBIASED
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