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adversarial press
suspicious nature of the national press toward public officials
attack journalism
currect era of media coverage that seizes upon any bit of infromation or rumor that might call into question the qualifications of charactor of a public official
background story (news)
a tactic by gov't officials to win journalistic friends. The official purpportedly explains current policy on condition that the sourse of the information not be identified by name.
confidentiality
Reporters' keeping sources of their stories secret. Most states and the fed. gov't allow courts to decide whether the need of a journalist to protect sources outweighs the interests of the gov't in gathering evidence in a criminal investigation.
equal-time rule
an FCC regulation tequiring that if a station sells time to one candidate seeking an office, it must sell time to the opposing candidate as well.