Inquiry Into Alleged Rigging of Television News Programs Hearings Before the Special Subcommittee on Investigations 92 2 May 17 18 and 23 1972

Inquiry Into Alleged Rigging of Television News Programs  Hearings Before the Special Subcommittee on Investigations     92 2  May 17  18  and 23  1972

Congress. House. Interstate and Foreign Commerce. cordingly , our first witness
will be Mr. Paul C. Simpson , administrative consultant of the Television News
Archives at Vanderbilt University . Mr. Simpson , would you come forward please
?

Author: United States. Congress. House. Interstate and Foreign Commerce

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105045432718

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Encyclopedia of Television News

Encyclopedia of Television News

As the history of broadcast journalism is written, one network stands out above all
others. CBS News set the standard for the best and the brightest television
newsmen and newswomen. CBS Radio was founded in 1928 by William S. Paley
 ...

Author: Michael D. Murray

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 1573561088

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 315

View: 143

A recent Times-Mirror survey has shown that 65 percent of Americans prefer television over other news media for news coverage, an increase of 10 percent in just over a decade. To understand the enormous impact television news has had on American life, it is important to define the contributions made by various individuals in the field, as well as to recognize the news programs and broadcast journalism issues that have captivated, enlightened, and informed our nation. Never before have the forces and individuals of television news been so thoroughly and authoritatively examined.
Categories: Performing Arts

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Movie previews USE Film trailers Movie review television programs ( Not Subd
Geog ) UF Film criticism television programs BT ... Radio USE Radio news
programs News programs , Television USE Television news programs News
television ...

Author: Library of Congress. Policy and Standards Division

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ISBN: WISC:89110490885

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American Television News

American Television News

Without that relationship, Reasoner observed, American television news might
have had a very different tradition: We might have very dull and nominal news, as
the British do. Or very sexy and trivial and irresponsible network news, as some ...

Author: Steve Michael Barkin

Publisher: M.E. Sharpe

ISBN: 0765639904

Category: Nyhetsprogram i TV.

Page: 212

View: 601

Categories: Nyhetsprogram i TV.

Interpreting Television News

Interpreting Television News

Gabi Schaap, Karsten Renckstorf and Fred Wester Abstract One of the problems
in reviewing television news research is the enormous amount and diversity of
studies. In this research inventory, an action theoretical frame of reference for the
 ...

Author: Gabi Schaap

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110209891

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 326

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Television news range among the most extensively investigated topics in communication studies. The book contributes to television news research by focusing on whether and how news viewers who watch the same news program form similar or different interpretations. The author develops a novel concept of interpretation based on cognitive complexity research. He strongly argues that qualitative and quantitative research methods work best if they complement one another.
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Official Congressional Directory 1997 1998

Official Congressional Directory 1997 1998

Stix, Gabriel: CBS News Stoddard, Mark: Freelance Stoll, Karl: NET-Political
NewsTalk Network Storey, Alfred: NBC ... Sven: Swedish Television Strong,
David: WTTG-Fox Television Stroud, Andrea Diane: Talk Radio News Service
Stuart, ...

Author: United States. Congress. Joint Committee on Printing

Publisher: Almanac Pub

ISBN: 0160551196

Category: Political Science

Page: 1174

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This well-known directory, published since 1847, provides biographical information for each member of Congress. The 1997-1998 Edition is the first to incorporate detailed information on the members of Congress who took office following the 1996 elections. For each member you will find: name, address, and telephone number; education; name of spouse; dates elected to Congress; birthplace and date of birth; former occupations; names of children; and much more.
Categories: Political Science

The Decade that Shaped Television News

The Decade that Shaped Television News

Like Caesar's Gaul, the history of network television news can be divided into
three parts: the start-up phase beginning with tentative, experimental steps as
early as mid- 1946 and continuing to full maturity by the end of 1960; the period
of ...

Author: Sig Mickelson

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0275955672

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 242

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The first president of CBS News gives an insider's account of the development of television news in the 1950s.
Categories: Performing Arts

The Origins of Television News in America

The Origins of Television News in America

INTRODUCTION For more than forty - five years , television has been the top
source for news in the United States . The television newscast has proven to be a
widespread and resilient format , starting on broadcast stations — both for
national ...

Author: Mike Conway

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 1433106027

Category: History

Page: 397

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This is the first in-depth look at the development of the television newscast, the most popular source of news for over forty-five years.During the 1940s, most journalists ignored or dismissed television, leaving the challenge to a small group of people working above New York City's Grand Central Terminal. Without the pressures of ratings, sponsors, company oversight, or many viewers, the group refused to recreate newspapers, radio, or newsreels on the new medium. They experimented, argued, tested, and eventually settled on a format to exploit television's strengths. This book documents that process, challenging common myths - including the importance of a popular anchor, and television's inability to communicate non-visual stories - and crediting those whose work was critical in the formation of television as a news format, and illustrating the pressures and professional roadblocks facing those who dare question journalistic traditions of any era. -- Publisher.
Categories: History

Radio Television News

Radio   Television News

Some issues, Aug. 1948-1954 are called: Radio-electronic engineering edition, and include a separately numbered and paged section: Radio-electronic engineering (issued separately Aug. 1954-May 1955).

Author:

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ISBN: UOM:39015022398674

Category: Electronics

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Some issues, Aug. 1948-1954 are called: Radio-electronic engineering edition, and include a separately numbered and paged section: Radio-electronic engineering (issued separately Aug. 1954-May 1955).
Categories: Electronics

Waiting for Prime Time

Waiting for Prime Time

. . . It details the incredible struggle women have faced in what some consider a leadership industry.'' -- Larry King, USA Today ''This is a groundbreaking first history of the 'underground' women's movement at the networks.

Author: Marlene Sanders

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252063872

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 226

View: 888

Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Women in Television News Revisited

Women in Television News Revisited

In a more comprehensive study of the visibility of women correspondents on
network evening news , Foote conducted a ... Women and Minorities on Network
Television News : An Examination of Correspondents and Newsmakers , ”
Journal of ...

Author: Judith Marlane

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 0292752288

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 268

View: 498

Women in television news have made great strides in the past twenty-five years. No longer limited to being the token pretty face on the nightly newscast, women have taken their places as working journalists in newsrooms, on the campaign trail, in war zones, and in the highest echelons of network news management. Barbara Walters and Connie Chung have even occupied the coveted network anchor's chair, if only briefly. In this book, 70 of the foremost women in television news reflect on their professional successes, the personal and professional sacrifices that often bought those successes, and the barriers that still confront women in the news business. Weaving their interviews into a compelling text, Judith Marlane covers a wide range of issues, including looks versus ability and experience, sexual harassment, the resistance to women news anchors, the difficulties of balancing work and family life, women's and men's salaries, and the willingness of women to help other women in the business. This book builds from Marlane's 1976 work, Women in Television News. Interviews with many of the same women highlight the gains that women have made in broadcast journalism. Simultaneously, Marlane has expanded her range of informants to include fifteen of America's most famous male anchors and correspondents to gather their assessments of the role of women in broadcasting today.
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A Functional Analysis of Network Television News Viewing

A Functional Analysis of Network Television News Viewing

26 one Statement of the Problem Functional analysis has provided a useful
orientation for understanding why people watch television . One function of
television viewing which has been found in a number of studies , involves news
and ...

Author: Thomas A. McCain

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89010867596

Category: Television broadcasting of news

Page: 500

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Categories: Television broadcasting of news

U S Television News and Cold War Propaganda 1947 1960

U S  Television News and Cold War Propaganda  1947 1960

The OWI used wire dispatches to produce two of its major programs : a daily
bulletin of breaking news for all U . S . overseas outposts , and its radio programs
broadcast around the world . When the war ended , the state department took
over ...

Author: Nancy Bernhard

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 052154324X

Category: Social Science

Page: 245

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How US government and media collaborated in their dissemination of Cold War propaganda.
Categories: Social Science

Television News

Television News

1 Introduction This book is for people who want to work in television news, are
interested in the practical techniques of television news, or who want to know
how it fits into the multimedia/ Net-media make-your-own-news world we now live
in.

Author: Ivor Yorke

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781136026188

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 233

View: 836

A straightforward account of the editorial and production processes used by journalists to bring television news to the viewer. It is an invaluable text for students on journalism courses, print and radio journalists moving into television and TV journalists wishing to update their knowledge. Takes into account the latest practices and issues in the television industry. This fourth edition has been thoroughly updated to take account of the latest practices and issues in the television industry. It includes new illustrations of developments from both a technological and an editorial perspective. In a changing broadcasting environment, newcomers to television journalism are finding themselves entering a world in which an empathy with technology is as important as a way with words. The newsroom itself is now completely computerized and consequently new skills and working methods need to be mastered to take account of the revolutionary advances.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Radio Television News Directors Association V United States of America

Radio Television News Directors Association V  United States of America

According to a recent survey of this nature , more people in this country in 1967
relied primarily on television as a source for news than relied on any other
medium . If television and radio are taken together , the reliance on broadcasting
was ...

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ISBN: UILAW:0000000047577

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Managing Television News

Managing Television News

How long was it before you found a television? When something big happens,
we all understand why news is important. Imagine for a moment that on 9/11 you
had to depend on the Cartoon Network for information, what news would you
have ...

Author: B. William Silcock

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135251048

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 278

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Managing Television News provides a practical introduction to the television news producer, one of the most significant and influential roles in a newscast. Recognizing the need for formal training in this key role, authors B. William Silcock, Don Heider, and Mary T. Rogus have combined their expertise and experience to shape this essential resource on the responsibilities, demands, and rewards of the news producer position. Their book provides a strategic approach to producing newscasts and serves as an in-depth guide to creating quality, audience-friendly newscasts working within the realistic limitations of most newsrooms. It helps the student and the professional producer sort through the various deadline-driven challenges of creating a 30-minute newscast. Filled with real-world examples and advice from news directors, producers, and anchors currently in the business, and photographs illustrating the varied perspectives in the position, Managing Television News provides critical skill sets to help resolve ethical dilemmas, as well as keen and fresh insights on how to win the ratings without compromising news quality. Career concerns are also addressed. This resource is a pioneering book for the professional television newsroom and the individual reader interested in starting or expanding a producing career. It is an excellent text for the college classroom, as its structure fits neatly into a semester schedule, and it is a must-have resource for both seasoned and novice producers, as well as students in broadcast news.
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Television News and the Elderly

Television News and the Elderly

II Review of Literature Research into network television news divisions found that
the organizational structure was the most important factor in the framing,
selection, and production of news (Epstein, 1973). Epstein concluded that much
of how ...

Author: Michael L. Hilt

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135043612

Category: Social Science

Page: 140

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This concise survey investigates the television general managers’ and news directors’ attitudes towards the elderly in the United States. Originally published in 1997, it raises important issues of ageing in relation to the media with specific focus on the older viewer’s status as a viewing audience of the news and how they are presented in the news. This is still useful food for thought for gerontologists, mass communication researchers, social psychologists and media studies researchers.
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Crime and Local Television News

Crime and Local Television News

To understand the importance of crime to local television news, it is essential to
have a framework. In chapter 1, we introduced the nature of local television news
and its rise in popularity and significance during the past 30 years. As 10— cal ...

Author: Jeremy H. Lipschultz

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135657116

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 192

View: 507

This volume offers an analysis of crime coverage on local television, exploring the nature of local television news and the ongoing appeal of crime stories. Drawing on the perspectives of media studies, psychology, sociology, and criminology, authors Jeremy H. Lipschultz and Michael L. Hilt focus on live local television coverage of crime and examine its irresistibility to viewers and its impact on society's perceptions of itself. They place local television news in its theoretical and historical contexts, and consider it through the lens of legal, ethical, racial, aging, and technological concerns. In its comprehensive examination of how local television newsrooms around the country address coverage of crime, this compelling work discusses such controversial issues as the use of crime coverage to build ratings, and considers new models for reform of local TV newscasts. The volume includes national survey data from news managers and content analyses from late night newscasts in a range of markets, and integrates the theory and practice of local television news into the discussion. Lipschultz and Hilt also project the future of local television news and predict the impact of social and technological changes on news. As a provocative look at the factors and forces shaping local news and crime coverage, Crime and Local Television News makes an important contribution to the discussions taking place in broadcast journalism, mass communication, media and society, and theory and research courses. It will also interest all who consider the impact of local news content and coverage.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines