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Ch 15 News media
Transcript of Ch 15 News media
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ANon Ch 15 News Media 15.1 News Media A. Print Media
Media Trends 15.3 Rules Governing The News Media B. Radio News
NPR (National Public Radio) C. TV News
C-SPAN 15.4 News Media covering politics D. The Internet
Advanced Research Projects Agency Network
Youtube E. Blogs and Social Networking Sites
Twitter A. Journalistic Standards
*On/Deep background B . Government regulations
1. Balance of interests
2. 45% per single company A. Press and Public C. Content
*equal time rule
*flat-rate 1) Press release 2) Press briefing 3) Press conference B. Covering president YOU IDIOT! 15.1 Continued In the next slide it will show how media has changed in a number of ways including who delivers the news and the targeted audience 1) Network News 13373, ALWAYS AND FOREVER 2) Press secretary 3) Televise Live C. Covering Congress 1) Leaders 2) Heads of committees 15.2 Continued 3) Senators and Representatives D. Covering Supreme Court 15.3 Continued 15.4 Continued 1) Print and Broadcast 2) Complex legal issues 3) Not media friendly Media Consolidation 15.5 Media Influence Citizen Journalists A. Effects of the media
* changes in Public Opinion
*attention (to an issue) An Example
Associated Press (AP), cooperative 24-hour news agency, the oldest and largest of those in the United States and long the largest and one of the preeminent news agencies in the world. B. Media Bias
*Press is Bias
*desire to get a good story C. Public Confidence
* press inaccurate
*displeasure The news media also includes things such as : The content that can be regulated can be information gained from covering Congress, the Supreme Court, or any other political body. The media covers elections as well as the supreme court, congress, and the president. It is said to be the most frustrating thing you will ever do. Sources: Britannica Gale More Info: 15.5 Continued Now we move onto the different government regulations put forth on journalists and media. Now to go onto how the news media covers politics. With covering politics the media will influence opinion and it will also be bias. Yellow Journalism: The phrase was coined in the 1890s to describe the tactics employed in furious competition between two New York City newspapers, the World and the Journal. In February 1996 the U.S. Congress passed and Pres. Bill Clinton signed a bill designed to deregulate the telecommunications industry.