What is the future of television? What is the impact of media violence on society? Is news quality better or worse online? Should we regulate internet and social media use, and if so, how? Will traditional print books disappear from the marketplace? These are just a sampling of the important, provocative questions in this new reader, sure to provide a solid foundation to spark lively classroom discussion. For current coverage of controversial and important issues centering on media, look to the balanced reporting, complete overviews and engaging writing that CQ Researcher has consistently provided for more than eighty years. This brief reader allows students to see the links between media, culture, business and politics, and an opportunity to view the issues from all sides while giving them a window into the relationships between media, culture, business, and politics. In addition, useful pedagogical featuresapro/con debates, graphs, tables, photos, suggested readings, and bibliographiesaadvance critical thinking and help in study and review.Then in 2010the service launcheda $9.99a month payversion, Hulu Plus, which carries full seasons of many ... fought with Hulu over contract costsand pulledpopular shows, including theaThe Daily Show With Jon Stewart, a from Hulu. 55anbsp;...
|Title||:||Issues in Media: Selections from CQ Researcher|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 2015-01-14|