Crt 205 week 3 Analyzing Credibility

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Analyzing Credibility Source 1: CNN –Larry and Giuliani Interview https://ecampus.phoenix.edu/secure/aapd/axiauop/crt205r2/videos/cnn_larryking_giuliani _32kbps.html Source 2: Pedigree Light Commercial http://pedigree.com.au/files/tvc/PedigreeLight/Light.htm Who paid for each example to be created? Can you detect a slant—that is, a secondary opinion conveyed by the examples creators? What does each example reflect about society at large? Is it credible? Explain your answers I believe the commercial I viewed was paid for by Pedigree. The video interview I watched was paid for by CNN. In the Larry King clip, I did detect a slant. Giuliani expressed a secondary opinion about the safety of America. He stated that he believes America is going to be attacked again. In my opinion, Larry King was unbiased. The Pedigree commercial was interesting because it was summed up with one sentence. In the commercial, I did not detect a slant. They used humor to catch your attention but the overall idea was just to sell their dog food. The CNN
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2012 for the course CRT 205 205 taught by Professor Jimmy during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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