Chapter 3 - Capitalism o Money-driven system of economics...

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Capitalism o Money-driven system of economics o Bottom line is utmost important o Profit-generation is complex Primary revenue streams o Advertising o Direct sales o Hybrids Alternative systems o Mostly found in other nations o Japanese broadcasting o British broadcasting o Cuban media Ownership structure o Entrepreneurial origins o Media chains o Conglomeration o Mega-conglomerates o Divestiture Sponsored media o Institutional sponsor ship o The Christian Science Monitor model Founded in 1908 by Mary Baker Eddy New media models o Community foundations o Nonprofits Cooperative model Associated Press model o New nonprofits GlobalPost in Boston Center for Public Integrity in Washington, D.C. ProPublica in Washington, D.C. Rescuing investigative journalism o University media generators
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Unformatted text preview: o Family ownership Personality-driven media Pride of ownership • Debate over government role o Government ownership British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) • National Public Radio (NPR) • Public Broadcasting System (PBS) o Government-operated media Press as watchdog Government = generator/distributor of information • Problems with demise of traditional media filters o Is the Constitutional assumption valid that media should be intermediary? o What is becoming of independent check on government? o Is the watchdog asleep? Dying? o What are the implication for democracy? o Who will keep government honest?...
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  • Fall '10
  • MelissaAlpers-Springer
  • Advertising, Mass Media, British Broadcasting corporation, National Public Radio, Public Broadcasting Service, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Broadcasting (CPB)

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