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  • Analysis Of 'The New Day'

    'the New Day ' would glow over the horizon at the optimism; I 'm referring to the newest kid on the newsagent 's block: 'The New Day. ' It has been in print for over a fortnight now and I 've been excited at the prospect of sniffing new print; in addition to perusing extra literature in newspaper format. There is only so much clicking of dynamic-text a human being should do, and I 've a notion 'the New Day ' recognises…

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  • History Of The Penny Press

    Today, society rarely picks up a newspaper and reads it due to the many advances of how mass information is transmitted; however, there are still many popular newspapers in circulation which delivers news to mass audiences. Journalism has had many advances from when the first newspaper was written, today major newspapers are delivered to mass audiences all over the world; like any other major breakthrough, newspaper journalism had to start somewhere. In the 1600 's the first American newspaper…

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  • Effects Of New Media On Print Newspaper

    The Effect of New Media on Print Newspaper The dawn of new media, especially the internet, has emerged with several opportunities as well as challenges for traditional print newspapers. The prevalence of the internet and the new media in particular has introduced new challenges to traditional media more than ever the printed newspaper. Industrial organizations and business analysts purport that newspaper commerce in the U.S suffers through what can be accorded as the worst financial relapse…

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  • Broadsheet And Tabloid Newspaper Comparison

    and tabloid newspaper Size One of the distinguishing factor between the two newspapers is size. A broadsheet is in the strictest definitions big newspapers that can measure between 11 to 12 inches wide and as much as 20 inches long and is characterized by long vertical lines. Broadsheet newspapers are usually folded horizontally in half to fit in newsstands. In the UK some of the famous broadsheets are Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, the Guardian and Sunday Times. In the US, the Wall…

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  • Concentrated Ownership

    including the newspaper industry. Concentrated ownership in the field of newspapers can be defined as the extreme control of a newspaper firm by the insiders (manager, BOD, etc.) Ownerships have been changing significantly for more than 60 years in Canada and has been effecting the Canadian society as a whole. The journals and articles by Kelly Blidook, Joseph Jackson, Minelle Mahtani, David Skinner, Water Soderlund are relevant and useful to the research question since they all discuss the…

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  • The Importance Of Newspapers

    The readers enable a newspaper to revive and to survive, and allow their continuity and ultimately are the most vital point of a newspaper. For that reason, newspapers have to keep hold of their own readers and meet their expectations, and at the same time, gain new readers and, increase their circulation figures. Although it is possible to increase circulation rates with periodic promotions, what really matters is to what extent the readers gained within the promotion period will enter to be…

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  • Media Conglomerates Made By Herman And Chomsky

    distribute to their audience. An example of this happened recently in Australia, with the citizens of Norfolk Island claiming a loss of autonomy after the Australian Government directed the only radio station to avoid any political contact. This was instigated after the radio station had political opinion pieces regarding Independence from Australia. The director for the administration, Peter Gelsining says ‘ban is not a curb on free speech, Radio Norfolk is a government radio station and he…

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  • The Role Of Journalism In Michael Schudson's Discovering The News

    news we want to read and the information we want to digest. Although technology has changed over time, the ability of companies to gain customers and consumers has not. That practice of business has never been more relatable than the business of newspapers. In 1978, Michael Schudson, a professor of communications and historian of the development of mass media in the United States wrote the book “Discovering the News”. In an excerpt in the his book titled, “New Journalism”, Schudson discusses the…

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  • Media Effects On Voting Behavior

    "The Influence of Television on the General Election." The Guardian. Guardian News and Media, 10 May 2010. Web. 12 Nov. 2016. Carr, By Nicholas, By J.M. Berger, By James Higdon, and By Julie Sedivy. "How Social Media Is Ruining Politics." POLITICO Magazine. N.p., 2 Sept. 2015. Web. 14 Nov. 2016 Gallup, Inc. "Majority of U.S. Voters Think Media Favors Clinton." Gallup.com. N.p., 03 Nov. 2016. Web. 10 Nov. 2016. Gerber, Alan S., Dean Karlan, and Daniel Bergan. 2009. "Does the Media Matter? A Field…

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  • Corporate Convergence Of Mass Media

    phone to a mobile device that does more than just talk on the phone. Some popular media companies have more than one media outlet. Small newspapers, radio stations, and TV stations are being gobbled up and merged with a more popular media company. In some homes, you can’t find a newspaper, many people read the news online. The same content that people listen to on the TV and radio is available to read online and in the newspaper. This new phase of communication production and distribution is…

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