studying media industries

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studying media industries 05:02 “Agenda Setting” coverage doesn’t tell viewers what to think, but shapes what we think  about. “Priming” and/or “Framing” How journalists tell the story, highlight certain angles “Above the Line/Below the Line” Imaginary line delineating who has creative influence and who does not. Director, creator, actor… versus Camera operator, sound engineer, or visual effects  editor Who has influence and who does not Her Assignment Freelance producer, piece with bob woodruff for abc news’ Sunday morning talk show 
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Unformatted text preview: this week Embed with supported of the bill, riding the bus to Madison Had a passion and colorful character Conclusions Making media is a process, where narrative frame is often struggled over, NOT a top-down directive The texts we see are products of multiple competing negotiations among many creative workers with many goals and guiding values. Even below the line people influence meaning 05:02 05:02...
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