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UNIT 19 NOTES

UNIT 19 NOTES - Introduction to Journalism Dr Fred Blevens...

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1 Introduction to Journalism Dr. Fred Blevens Unit 19: Radio Without Freedom NBC Radio Advisory Council Representatives from important “walks of life” Management and labor Agriculture Geographic dispersion Cultural advancement Religious representation Women’s issues Council’s mission is advisory Reviews NBC decisions Advises NBC on policy Responds to complaints Who Are These People? Representatives of three “major religions” Pillars of white male society 3 women in 19 years Guiding principles in each area Religious representation as example . . . Serve central/national agencies of 3 religions Not individual churches or small groups Messages of widest appeal To “aid in popularizing regligion” Non-sectarian, non-denominational Interpret religion at its best (no criticism) Broadcasts done by religious leaders±
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2 The Intended Oversight Note NO mention of free expression First Amendment ignored even today Consistent with industry writing its own rules Commercialism over public service
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