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0317 - Quiz 7 Scores posted on Compass JOURNALISM 405...

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0317 PowerPoint 1 JOURNALISM 405 History of American Journalism March 17, 2011 Quiz 7 Scores posted on Compass The average was about 3.8 • REMINDER: There will be one more quiz, so you can throw out your low scores The ‘yellow’ era Was era of remarkably lively, innovative, brash, self-conscious, impetuous and sensational journalism Saw the rise of story-telling journalism, a new “journalism with soul” that championed the powerless in society and crusaded for the working people Yellow achievements 1) Increased circulation, especially to immigrants and women 2) Was seen as powerful democratizing force 3) Admiration of crusades against privileged and powerful interests 4) Appreciation of enterprise reporting
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