Question of the Day

Yesterday's question of the day asked: In broadcast news, a story read by an anchor without any audio/video is called a ... what? The answer we were looking for was reader, but we were also willing to accept voicer, which is considered a recorded reader!

Congratulations to M. Edward Borasky for being the first to answer that correctly! Honorable mentions also go out to Ken Walker of the Tampa Bay Times, freelance biz tech journalist Michael Fitzgerald, muckraker-at-large Peter Rugh (who gave both answers!), freelance journalist Annie M. Dance, recovering journo Kathleen Reilly LeeRachel Roh, journalist Virginia AlimentiEarly Light MediaMiriam van Ommeren of DeOptimist, and Bailey McGowan of KENS5

Here's today's question: During what program did Orson Welles read the script of War of the Worlds, in a famous incident that caused panic among the station’s six million listeners? Also, which station was it?

Click here to tweet your answer to @MuckRack. We’ll announce the winners tomorrow!

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