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Newszak and News Media

Bob Franklin
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This is an examination of how developments in the organization, financial structures and regulation of news media, combined with changes in journalism's composition and news-gathering practices, have resulted in shifting editorial standards in newspapers, radio and television. The book looks at developments in the profession of journalism including the growth in freelance work, the precarious position of editors, and the absent voices of women and black journalists. At the same time, it provides a consideration of the historical development of national and regional news media, exploring issues of media ownership and the impact of new technologies on news gathering and reporting. The book concludes by examining journalism's revised editorial priorities and developments in media regulation, and offers detailed case studies of press coverage of the Princess of Wales set against declining news media reporting of Parliamentary and political affairs.
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Edition Details
Author Bob Franklin
Binding Type Paperback
Publisher Hodder Arnold
Year Published 1997-09-26
Number of Pages 320
ISBN 13 9780340614167
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