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    The CBS News Network

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    Developed almost 90 years ago, CBS News is one of Americas longest, and would seem trusting, news networks. It broadcasts the CBS evening News amongst other well-known news programs such as 60-Minutes and Face the Nation. The end of World War II marked the start of the television, and in 1948 CBS network launched its very first night television newscast, The CBS TV News. Eventually CBS news became a key player in journalism with award winning broadcasters such as Edward Murrow and Walter Cronkite. CBS News originated as radio programming, with commentators reading the current events from newspapers or wire services (Encyclopedia of Journalism.) At this time, its only real competitor was NBC, with these two networks being the only ones to have…

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    ESPN Marketing

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    Direct competitors As stated above, there are a lot of companies involved in the news industry. The six biggest and the main companies involved are: GE, News Corp, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner, and CBS. These companies utilize different branded news networks to reach out to customers all over the globe. They have print media through large newspaper firms, televised news media through both national, world, and local news networks, and online published media through various websites like a…

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    Media Bias In News Report

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    politics, they must be given neutral information. In an interview with Bernard Goldberg by John Stossel, the former reporter of CBS News who published a book in 1996 called “Bias” explains how media distorts the news. In the interview, Goldberg also explains how just the publication of his book snatched his work. Goldberg related a little story where a call to his boss changed everything. They were good friends. Goldberg's boss promised him to be his friends at all times, no matter…

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    The Amos and Andy Show was the first show that portrayed African American characters. The Amos and Andy Show started off as a radio show that was later brought to television by CBS. It was centered around Amos and Andy, who were brothers living in Harlem, NY. It was a comedy that played on racial stereotypes of African American people. The show was created and voiced by two white men Charles Correll and Freeman Gosden. Once they made the shift to television, they casted black actors Alvin…

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    beliefs are not pushed upon to others. Being biased means favoring or being against something. The person being biased has a way of thinking that will not change and will not admit when are wrong. Whatever beliefs people have they tend to convince or push the thoughts and beliefs to others. Many people have felt or experienced the bias in the media. John Stossel himself was a affected by the bias found in the media. His career ended in ABC News in October of 2009, but soon in December of the…

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    Media Corruption

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    exploded, but due to the lack of knowledge it still resulted in Americans wanting to go to war, according to Eric Foner, a history professor at the University of Columbia. b. If media corruption is allowed to continue it could impact our lives on an even more drastic level, including the collapse of modern society. i. An example of this was when the democrats thought they were easily going to win the 2016 presidential election because the majority of media was predicting their candidate…

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    Television has long been considered as one of the most prominent aspects of American culture. Since its nascency, the business of television has grown to and transformed itself in many ways. One aspect that has always stayed the same however, is the stronghold of network television. As the industry continues to develop in a myriad of ways, specifically when it comes to technology, the main networks remain dominant in the ratings. ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC, consistently lead in primetime ratings…

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    Follow The Media Analysis

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    people rely on the most. The Internet can cover all ways of delivering the news: through a text, audio and video. Despite reporting news, media is also used by people to share their opinion on something. In connection with all elections, this is a hugely important use of the press. An extend on traditional ways of delivering the news are weblogs. Bloggers write down their opinion on recent issues and news events and others respond on them. That’s how online discussions can arise. To get back…

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    Importance Of Emmy Awards

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    Spanish Language Television is produced in the states to and reaches almost all US households. Two popular ones are Telemundo and Univision. Directly from our textbook, Univision for their 2013-2014 season about 3 million viewers in prime time each day compared to 1.9 for the CW or 10.6 million for CBS, the top-rated network). Hence the word “prime time”. This means that Spanish Language Television shows are still flourishing off of their in home audiences.This kind of television is reaching a…

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    The Mindy Project Analysis

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    Originally titled, It’s Messy, The Mindy Project is an original program created by and starring Mindy Kaling, commissioned by NBC due to her success as a writer, actor, and executive producer on their hit show The Office, which was reaching the end of its run. The network ultimately passed on the pilot due to the female-lead heavy programming schedule of that particular season, which included, Whitney, The New Normal, Save Me, and Parks & Recreation (Hibberd). Once released the program was…

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