*listen with attention
avoid these mistakes:
- finding the subject boring
- thinking you already know the questions you are asking
- believing nothing your subject will say will change your opinion of the topic
- focus too hard on notes that you
Gates and IBM
-first leader in computer industry.
-the first of the electronic digital machines with programmability.
-supposed to help halt the advantage of Nazi troops.
World Wide Web (WWW)
-Created by Tim Berners-Lee
-AOL was created.
George Creel and WWI
-Created images/posters to help persuade Americans that the war was the right move.
-Worked on the Committee of Public Information
-Not really PR more of PROPAGANDA.
-Felt professionalism and training was key to restor
Influences of Watergate and Vietnam
-Left a legacy of distrust, crisis in credibility that affected the press, the public, and the presidency.
-Changed the way press and public look at government.
-Watergate gave public a glimpse of what goes on behind cl
Cronkite Role as Authority
-He felt of himself as the voice of the news because he was the anchor.
-Most trusted man in America.
-He had a lot of influence. ie: convincing Lyndon B. Johnson not to run for another term. And urging
Govnt to negotiate with N
According to our student presentation, President Richard Nixon's most
devastating comment on the Frost-Nixon Interviews dealt with:
The legality of the presidents actions
American correspondents in Vietnam faced formal censorship rules:
Radio Corporation of America (RCA)
Americans did not like the idea of England being the main source for radio, so in response to the
MACRONI radio business, America made the RCA. After making an agreement with GE, RCA was
able to form by buying wireless p
*Be a watchdog
always ask how and why
search beyond wrongdoers to find flaws in the system that allow injustices to occur
make it worthwhile
don't go after something that is not important.
don't forget people
show how people are affected by the
Journalism is for.
story-telling with a purpose
Journalism is not.
fiction or propaganda
The news media must.
- serve as a watchdog
- push people beyond complacency
- offer a voice for the forgotten and the powerless
Societies that want to suppress the go
Pursuing independence from Great Britain in 1775, the Sons of Liberty
formed a mob and destroyed the print shop of an editor for opposing
This term was coined by Teddy Roosevelt to characterize the publicinterest reporting