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    News is the communication of selected information on current events. It is shared in various ways: among individuals and small groups; with wider audiences; or in ways that blend those traits. Before modern technology came to help news to be broadcasted worldwide, even before the printing press started to produce newspapers, it was disseminated by town criers. People would have not known what is happening. One of the thirty minute newscasts is CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley; NBC Nightly News

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    PBS News Hour

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    For the first time, I watched PBS News Hour on Wednesday, February 8, 2017. The immediate breaking news headlines addressed: Trump defending immigration bill and fight against the judges, public protesting against possible immigration bill, and Senator Elizabeth Warren (Democrat for Massachusetts) speech. Throughout the whole news hour there was never any breaks for commercials. It was a straight hour of information and worldwide news. Throughout the show, there were two fairly long interviews. The

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    Women have had a huge influence on news broadcasting in history. For many years men were the main face of journalism. However, women have recently become more prominent in the field and are paving the way for the future generations. Since the beginning of time men have been treated better in the work force and received more pay. They were more likely to be hired because big businesses wanted a man in charge. Women were thought of as inferior and incapable of doing as good of a job. The first known

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    Media's Effect on Public Opinion

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    Television for either cable news like Fox News, CNN, MSNBC or CSPAN. There is also smartphone access to news sources via apps that update you on breaking news or Basic Cable news like NBC Nightly News. Newspapers are also a large method. There are many different ways for citizens to keep up with political news. Sometimes the opinion of specific anchors or channels can influence thousands to hold certain views or it can deter people from other views depending on what news source you get most of your

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    The Important Role of News Reporters

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    The Important Role of News Reporters Every morning when I get up, the very first thing I do is turn on the TV--but not for cartoons or MTV. It has become a habit for me to watch the news in the morning. I feel the need to know what is going on because I know that no matter where the news happens, 99 percent of the time it will, directly or indirectly, affect me or people I care about. The broadcast media has become a part of my life and the lives of almost everyone in the Western world. We may

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    The Effect of TV News Crime and Violence Television news, due primarily to its obsession with crime and violence, definitely has a negative impact upon our society. TV news is basically an oxymoron; giving us the skin of the truth stuffed with a lie. A news program should be focused on the facts, with perhaps some objective analysis. However, for business purposes, TV news broadcasts use dramatic, usually violent stories and images to capture and maintain an audience, under the pretense

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    Who The Hell Is Connie Chung?

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    Who the Hell is Connie Chung? How does one go from being called “America’s sweetheart” to being labeled a “shameless tabloid whore” (Revah 10)? Connie Chung knows. Co-anchoring the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather and hosting her own Eye to Eye, she was once on top of the broadcast journalism world, yet all good things must come to an end. Connie Chung had a glorious rise and a dramatic fall. Connie Chung began her career as an assignment editor and on-the-air-reporter at a

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    television news is a lot like the electric Twinkie, we want it, yet it continues to bite us. We are not smart enough to see it for what is really is. The media is a business and today with cable news blasting into our lives every minute of the day in more every nation it is a mega business. We erroneously see them as a public service or as providers as the whole truth, whereas it’s really designed to keep us tuned in long enough to run several commercials. The sole function of the news is to sell

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    News and The Truth

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    tuned into everyday to hear the news. Through his modesty and dedication in delivering the news, Walter Cronkite, was dubbed the “most trusted man in America,” in a 1972 Oliver Quayle poll. After beating the President, Vice President, U.S. Senate, and House of Representatives, and all other journalists, during one of America’s most troubling times, Americans believed he “would not knowingly deceive them.” (PBS) Walter Cronkite helped solidify American’s trust in the news. During WWII, Cronkite signed

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    Journalist’s Biography

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    Since the beginning of media, some journalists have had the opportunity to pioneer the news and do extraordinary things. Ed Bradley was one of those journalists. He was one of the first African American nationally known TV news broadcasters. During his long almost 40 year career, Bradley was a broadcast journalist for CBS, co-host of 60 minutes, and was the first African American to broadcast the White House. He has won countless awards for his time on television and journalism. Edward Rudolph “Ed”

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