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Unformatted text preview: The Content/ Source Analysis Content/ Source Analysis ? • What did you learn about the organizations? • Did the journalists use the information in a responsible way? • Be sure to submit via SafeAssign by the end of the day. Annette John-Hall • Metro columnist for Metro columnist for the Philadelphia the Philadelphia Inquirer Inquirer . • Former sports reporter, features writer and pop culture columnist. The Media Comparison Media Comparison Assignment Assignment The assignment is on BlackBoard. It is due on 11/2 in class - as a hard copy and via SafeAssign. The newspaper comparison: How are they different? • Content: stories, handling of stories. • What are the most significant factors in deciding what is news and newsworthiness? • How do their audiences differ? • Are there similarities? • Be sure to cite examples. Magazine comparison: How are they different? • What are the most significant differences in content, style and appearance? • How would you describe the readership, and the differences between the readers of both magazines? Are they competing for the same readers? Is it two different bases? • How do their audiences differ? • What is the editorial mission as you see it portrayed in the magazine? • Be sure to cite examples. Network TV news comparison: The BBC World News airs at 5:30 on WHYY and at 6:30 on NJN. How are they different? • What are the most significant differences between content, style and look of the newscasts? • What stories did each cover, and what is their target audience? • Is there a difference between number, length or intensity of coverage? • Be sure to cite specifics from the broadcasts (taping them will make your life easier). Online news/ culture blog: How are they different? • How are the two sites different in appearance, style and content? • What factors determine what they present? • How are they technically different from each other? What media do they use? • How do their audiences differ? Learn about the outlets. Form opinions about them. Use facts to support your opinions. Three full pages in essay form. No works cited page or bibliography necessary. But be sure to identify the media be sure to identify the media you compared you compared (date, time, etc). Papers must be submitted via SafeAssign SafeAssign and in hard copy IN CLASS ....
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