The Origins Of Television News In America

Author: Mike Conway
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9781433106026
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Chester told the members of the news staff they needed to keep in mind that
Oldsmobile's parent company, General Motors, not only made automobiles but
also manufactured military vehicles and other equipment for the government.
Therefore, CBS television news should avoid any obvious or veiled criticisms of
U.S. government policy. Cassirer could not believe he was hearing such
comments from a CBS news executive. He had started at the network under Paul
White, revered for ...

The Daily Newspaper In America

Author: Alfred McClung Lee
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415228916
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After reviewing the transition to daily publication, one thinks of contemporary
sheets and of current interpretations of the newspaper's social significance.
Holding a Towne Evening Post and a New York Times side by side, one dazedly
asks, "How in the world could this have grown to this?" Towne announced in his
first triweekly Post that he intended to provide "a complete History of the
COMMERCE, POLITICS, and LITERATURE, of the Times." But ideas of
completeness change.

Radio Journalism In America

Author: Jim Cox
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476601194
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This history of radio news reporting recounts and assesses the contributions of radio toward keeping America informed since the 1920s.

Spreading The News

Author: Richard R. JOHN
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674039149
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2- The Communications Revolution IN THE FOUR DECADES between the
adoption of the federal Constitution in 1788 and the victory of Andrew Jackson in
the election of 1828, the American postal system expanded from the minor
adjunct of a neo- colonial bureaucracy to the central administrative apparatus of
an independent state. This remarkable transformation was set in motion with the
Post Office Act of 1792, a landmark in American communications policy and one
of the most ...

That S The Way It Is

Author: Charles L. Ponce de Leon
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226472450
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Charles Ponce de Leon says here, in effect, that this is misleading, if not simply fatuous. He argues in this well-paced, lively, readable book that TV news has changed in response to broader changes in the TV industry and American culture.

Muslims And The News Media

Author: Elizabeth Poole
Publisher: I.B.Tauris
ISBN: 9781845111724
Size: 26.30 MB
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Muslims currently are fodder for front-page news in America. Johann Galtung and
Man Ruge (1965) demonstrated in their classic essay, 'The Structure of Foreign
News', that the more closely a journalistic report reproduces the common
stereotypes of a particular people, the greater the likelihood that it will be
highlighted in a newspaper. Of the innumerable events in a day involving the one
billion Muslims in the world, only those that dramatically break laws seem to
appear on the front ...

African American Women In The News

Author: Marian Meyers
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135279950
Size: 12.24 MB
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Her senior thesis as an undergraduate at Princeton gave rise to a “slanderous e-
mail rumor campaign” in which she was falsely accused of stating that America
was founded on “crime and hatred” and that Whites were “ineradicably racist” (
Katel, 2008). A false rumor also was spread by conservative radio talk show host
Rush Limbaugh and others that a tape existed in which Michelle Obama referred
to White people as “whitey.” The FOX News channel referred to her as “Obama's
baby ...

Environmental News In South America

Author: Juliet Pinto
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137474998
Size: 65.60 MB
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Coincidence Analysis For all three case studies, we employed coincidence
analysis techniques in addition to frequencies and crosstabs, to uncover the
structure of the relationships among the different categories that resulted from the
content analysis of the news articles in each country. Coincidence analysis
consists of a set of techniques that allows for the study of coincidences of events,
actors, attributes, opinions, or any other combination of these. It is suitable for
content analysis of ...

Making News

Author: Richard R. John
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199676186
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How can the news business be re-envisioned in a rapidly changing world? Can market incentives and technological imperatives provide a way forward?