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					Journalism
Branden Ogata
   ICS 210
1 October 2008
               Media Sources
 Newspaper
 Radio
 Television
 Internet
                 Newspaper
 Attempts to cover “everything”
 Journalists obtain information
 Editors write stories based on information
 Printed and available to public by the next day
                      Radio
 News Stations
   Sometimes affiliated with TV networks
   Sometimes report every half-hour
   Brief synopsis of “most important” current events
 Talk Shows
   Covers material that host finds important
                  Television
 CBS, MSNBC, ABC, FOX, QWERTY
 Local Stations
   Covers material important to region
   Often affiliated with a national TV network
 National Stations
   Cover “most important” events
   Politics
                     Internet
 Blogs
   Covers material that host finds important
 TV Station Website
   Online companion for a TV network
   Covers material from news reports
   Includes additional material, references
          Fundamentals of Media
 Input
   Event
   “Something” that happens
 Output
   “News”
   Information relayed to public
                    “Noise”
 Bias
   All reporters have opinions
   Tone, body language, etc.
 “Important” Stories
   Editors select information to give to public
   Public decides which information to listen to

				
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