Chapter 8 quiz unit 31.The Supreme Court case in which the Court ruled that the right of the U.S. government to imposeprior restraint on the media is very limited.
2.The power of the media through news coverage to focus the public's attention and concern on particular events, problems, issues, personalities, and so on.
3.The process of giving a news story a specific context or background.
4.The Supreme Court case in which the Court established a test for determining whether material isobscene or not.
5.A former policy that required broadcast media to cover controversial issues in a balanced manner.
6.A policy that all candidates running for office must be given the same radio and television airtime opportunities.