Ch. 10,11, and 22

Ch. 10,11, and 22 - JlMC 101 Chapters 10, 11, and 22...

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JlMC 101 Chapters 10, 11, and 22 Chapter 10 News Historical information: in earlier lectures, we introduced this material, but make sure you refresh yourselves on: --what happened in the 1840s that changed news and newspapering in the US James Gordon Bennett pioneered systematic coverage --what the penny press was a newspaper that cost a penny --who Benjamin Day and James Gordon Bennett organized the first news room and staff, invented the penny paper --what an "inverted pyramid" is (p. 230) Most important info first --what Yellow Journalism is and who Pulitzer and Hearst are Pulitzer and Hearst ran a paper war and they ran the jucier stories to sell more papers. Pulitzer brought great success to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the New York World while Hearst made the San Francisco Examiner a success by mimicking Pulitzer’s formula Concepts of News (p. 234) The US model focuses on private ownership and a commercial (profit-making) system of news outlets, such as newspapers, broadcast and cablecast outlets, etc. How does that change when the European model is used?
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Ch. 10,11, and 22 - JlMC 101 Chapters 10, 11, and 22...

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