This book challenges the once-dominant social responsibility model and argues that a new, qindividual-firstq paradigm is what will allow journalism to survive in today's crowded media marketplace. * Presents a chronological review of the top-down influence model, the timeline of the evolution of the definition of news, and the historical development of social responsibility of the press * Contains helpful illustrations of the proposed new models of journalism * Bibliography of academic and professional materials related to the state of the news media * Index of important institutions including nameplate news organizations, influential companies (e.g., Apple and Google), theoretical frameworks, media owners, and media startups... 10 Cooka#39;s Illustrated, 10a11, 71 Corporatization, 34; ABC, 7; Bagdikian, 7; Bravo, 26; Capital Cities Communication, 7; ... New York Post, 26; News Corporation, 26; and quality, 27; RCA, 7; Telemundo, 26; TV Guide, 26; Universal Pictures, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Can Journalism be Saved?|
|Author||:||Rachel Davis Mersey|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2010|