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The Media: Journalism In Crisis

by Neal Cortell

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 143926855X, Paperback)

Veteran television reporter Neal Cortell tackles the subject of in The Media, Journalism in Crisis. With the help of renowned journalists, academics, regulators, and activists, The Media discusses the state of news that America awoke to each day included clearly delineated separation of reporting and editorial opinion, compared to the internet and numerous TV news outlets that frequently blur that line critical to true journalistic integrity. The elder generation might long for old fashion journalism. The younger "Instant access generation" may be wholly unfamiliar with it and the critical distinction between quantity and quality. Are we better off now then in days past and how did we get here?

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