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    This is usually the case when the government or other influential bureaucrats have an overwhelming amount of control over the press. The media is often controlled to enhance the ruler’s power over the country, to maintain a specific perception among the people, as well as to protect them from possible national threats transmitted. Examples of such media entities are Cable News Network (CNN) and Fox News Channel. In comparison, a media free of overbearing control has the ability to reveal controversial truths without risk of censorship, public interference or authority blocks while still adequately serving public interests. In this way, the media works independently, exists to oversee the activities of those in power while preventing them from overstepping their bounds as well as is able to give more balanced perspectives. Examples of such media entities are Russian Tv (RT) News and Al…

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    (2017, May 23). Target to Pay $18.5 Million to 47 States in Security Breach Settlement. The New York Times. Retrieved May 24, 2017, from https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/23/business/target-security-breach-settlement.html?_r=0 Crandall, W, Parnell, J. & Spillan, J. (2013). Crisis Management In The New Strategic Landscape. Thousand Oaks, CA: Savant Learning Systems. Matthews, C., & Heimer, M. (2016, December 28). The 5 Biggest Corporate Scandals of 2016. Fortune. Retrieved May 24, 2017, from…

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    America Mexico Again

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    Fox News published an opinion piece titled Make America Mexico Again: Why Americans are fed up with illegals.” This news story discusses the issue of illegal immigration from Mexico. According to Britannica.co, Fox News was created by Robert Murdoch who “enlisted television producer and former Republican political consultant Roger Ailes to oversee the new network, and Ailes’s business acumen and political leanings became closely associated with its eventual success.” Fox News trademark slogan…

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    In 1791, the bill of rights was ratified, included within it, the first amendments to the constitution. Which protected the freedom of speech, press, peaceful assembly, religion, and petition. It destroyed the old system of complete governmental control and allowed the press to openly critique the state and those who ran the state. The media became the bridge crossing the gap between rulers and ruled, protected by the foundational law of the country. After two hundred and twenty five years, as…

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    Have you ever watched the news in the evening, and saw that maybe Kim Kardashian and her family are on Fox News at 8? Or have you seen the commercial with the little hungry kids that you can feed for only “ 35 cents a day”? Well, in today’s world, that is considered media biased. Media bias is the perception of reporting news in a partial or prejudiced manner. It occurs when the media pushes certain viewpoints, rather than actually reporting the news. The reporters ignore an important aspect of…

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    developed credibility..."(Jonathan and Trischa 4). Thus, this quotation demonstrates that how with good ethos, the audience has its trust in Jon Stewarts "The Daily Show". As Jon Stewart displays good ethos toward his audience, such as trustworthiness, depth of knowledge as well as creativity. Thus it is seen as credible, even though it may be a hybrid of news and entertainment. With gaining such popularity, respect and trust many news casts now criticize Jon Stewarts daily show for being a…

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    of this currently happening today is at Fox News. The 2004 documentary Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch 's War on Journalism by filmmaker Robert Greenwald criticizes the Fox News Channel, and its owner, Rupert Murdoch, claiming that the channel is used…

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    Media Bias In News Report

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    Since citizens have access to technology like televisions, computers and cell phones, among other types of technology, society has found more sources for news. Nowadays media has expanded to many more choices for the public. There are both advantages and disadvantages with many choices. Media has become merely focused on getting ratings, making money and covering easy stories, while keeping viewers intrigued. Media is a good way for people to stay informed, however it does not always inform the…

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    television viewing habits totally are not the same. Indeed, television 's primary purpose is entertainment. In addition, it is also a medium that encourages the growth of communities around the world by sharing interests and disseminates information and news. Moreover, television broadens and educates the mind, provides millions of jobs for skilled workers,…

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    There were pleas for favors, as when a Democratic Party official emailed Chuck Todd, the “Meet the Press” host, for tickets to an exclusive NBC soiree. (“I can’t even get every producer on my cable show into the party,” Mr. Todd replied.) There were gripes about coverage, with party aides dismissing the MSNBC host Steve Kornacki as a “hipster pit bull.” And there was disdain for the frequent flattery by television journalists. When Fox News sought permission to sponsor a Democratic primary…

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