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Clear Channel Pg. 494 Garfallo, “Rally for America” (pro-war rallies) Connection to Bush administration Issues list of 200 songs to be banned from all Clear Channel affiliates Dime novel stories tended to fit into a few genres: frontiers stories and westerns were quite popular (e.g. Buffalo Bill, penned by Ned Buntline, pen name of Edward Zane Barrol Judson, author of Buffalo Bill, the King of the Border Men, 1869); stories of young inventors (e.g. Frank Reade, Jr., written by Frank Tousey); the Horatio Alger kid hero story; sports adventures (e.g. frank Merriwell); Detective stories (e.g. Old Sleuth and Nick Carter); and Romance love stories (16-25). o 75% of fiction produced is Romance fiction Key Points: 1. Censorship is less about the suppression or removal of objectionable
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Unformatted text preview: content form speech or works of art and more about communication and control of that speech or art. 2. In other words, censorship is really about controlling access to information 3. The logic of music censorship is ultimately never about the potential danger of a work 4. rather who might be able to access that work (ex. “Cop Killer”, “Filthy Fifteen List”). 5. Attempts at music censorship today follow a 3-pronged strategy: 1. Preventing access to public works (i.e. unrestricted copyright) 2. Limiting consumer choice (i.e. concentrating media outlets 3. Litigation (prosecuting consumers under the law) and legislation (changing the existing law); 4. both limit access, choice, and in effects the kinds of “theft” and “piracy” it intends to restrain....
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  • Winter '11
  • BEHAR
  • Dime novel, music censorship, Clear Channel, Ned Buntline, Frank Reade, Jr.

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