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9-43. Naval Base Makaha is accrediting all news media representatives covering  the  base,  including  the military  editor  of  the  daily Makaha Star.   By  accepting  the accreditation credential, the editor  must  perform  which  of  the following   functions? 1. Cover  Naval  Base  Makaha on a weekly basis 2. Assist the public affairs officer  in  establishing  sound media   relationships 3. Abide  by  the  ground  rules of Naval Base Makaha 4. Become familiar with the military style of writing Learning  Objective: Identify the role  of  AFRTS  during  contingen- cies;  explain  the  concept  of  the media  pool  and  press  coverage  of sensitive  operations. 9-44. What must take place before an AFRTS station can be established during  a  contingency  situation? 1. The  area  must  be  controlled by  friendly  forces  only 2. The area must be relatively stabilized  only 3. Both 1 and 2 above 4. The area must be clear of tall objects that may cause interference 9-45. An AFRTS station established in a friendly nation during a contingency  may  begin broadcasting  without  permission. 1. True 2. False 9-46. Which  of  the  following  statements best describes the function of a media  pool? 1 . 2. A media pool covers an operation  or  exercise  with military  support  and  shares materials  with  other  news agencies A media pool is a collection of  correspondents  from national  media  outlets  to provide  balanced  news coverage of an event A media pool is a group of reporters that covers an operation  or  exercise  with military  support  and  offers materials  to  other  news agencies A media pool is a group of 3. 4. reporters  assigned  by  CHINFO to  provide  balanced  coverage of an exercise or operation 9-47. Members of a typical media pool should be characterized in what way? 1. As  seasoned  reporters  and photographers 2. As reporters with prior military  service 3.  As  reporters  from  a  variety of media 4. As correspondents that write, take  pictures,  and  perform broadcast  functions 9-48. Which  of  the  following  individ- uals normally would NOT be part of a standard media pool? 1. Newspaper   correspondent 2. Newsmagazine  reporter 3. Wire  service  reporter 4. Television  station programming  director 93

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