J321 C Class Presentation 4_Discussion 2_History & Crisis of Journalism

J321 C Class Presentation 4_Discussion 2_History & Crisis of Journalism

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Unformatted text preview: History & Crisis of Journalism Homero Gil de Zúñiga School of Journalism University of Texas - Austin History & Crisis of Journalism History: First US Newspaper 1761 History of Newspapers Crisis: Business figures (Implications for revenues) Other media blamed: TV, Radio, now the Internet (radio + TV + NPs. Media Timeline Importance of Journalism & Media for US government So overall how does it look From Philip Meyer’s book The Vanishing Newspaper: Saving Journalism in the Information Age (2004) Newspapers’ circulation compared with US households – Source: Editor and Publisher Yearbook data and U.S. Census Bureau Evening newscasts audience ratings for the three major TV networks, November 1980 to November 2005. ...
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J321 C Class Presentation 4_Discussion 2_History & Crisis of Journalism

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