In a Television News Channel 2-3 seconds gap in beginning of any story is called ?

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Q. In a Television News Channel 2-3 seconds gap in beginning of any story is called ?

1. Stop

2. Break

3. Gap

4. Breathing Space

Correct Ans: (4)

Explanation: In the realm of television news broadcasting, this term precisely describes the 2-3 second pause that occurs at the beginning of any story. This Breathing Space serves multiple purposes, including capturing viewers’ attention, facilitating smooth transitions between segments, allowing for the digestion of preceding content, and enabling technical adjustments. It emphasizes the significance of this momentary pause in enhancing the viewer experience and maintaining the coherence of the broadcast. Therefore, the designation of “Breathing Space” best encapsulates the essence of this gap at the commencement of a news story.

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