• Journalism Papers Editor
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    In old days men had the rack. Now they have the press. That is an improvement certainly. But still it is very bad, and wrong, and demoralizing. Somebody - was it Burke? - called journalism the fourth estate. That was true at the time, no doubt. But at the present moment it really is the only estate. It has eaten up the other three. The Lords Temporal say nothing, the Lords Spiritual have nothing to say, and the House of Commons has nothing to say and says it. We are dominated by Journalism. The...
  • History Of Newspapers Printed News
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    The History of Newspapers Today, people can use newspapers to find out many things. One can use the newspaper to check sports scores, get the day's news, read 'feel good's tories, or even find out their horoscope. It was not always that way. From the 'Acta Diurnal,' reported in the ancient Roman empire, to the New York Times, newspapers have come a long way. In this report, the distance that newspapers have traveled since their inception is going to be outlined. Before literacy was commonplace ...
  • Labor Unions Union Workers Strike
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    Labor unions are groups or clubs of workers and employees who bond together to get good working conditions, fair pay, and fair hours for their labor. For example, in a newspaper, all the people who work the presses might all belong to one union. All of the artists, who are responsible for the artistic layout, might belong to another. These unions are usually joined together, and most unions in America are some branch of the largest labor union organization in the United States, the AFL-CIO. The...
  • Labor Unions Union Workers Strike
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    Labor Unions Labor unions are groups or clubs of workers and employees who bond together to get good working conditions, fair pay, and fair hours for their labor. For example, in a newspaper, all the people who work the presses might all belong to one union. All of the artists, who are responsible for the artistic layout, might belong to another. These unions are usually joined together, and most unions in America are some branch of the largest labor union organization in the United States, the ...
  • Newspaper Reader Ship Readership Sunday Newspapers
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    INTRODUCTION "The world is in turmoil," at least that is what the media projected. But it was true; there was a major problem with the world on that autumn morning in September 11 th. "The mighty have fallen," was heard elsewhere as this great nation of America felt it's first real attack since December 7, 1945 when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. As all of the nations of the world sat slacked jawed and paralyzed, the American media worked at a feverish pace to inform all what had just happe...
  • Online Newspaper Vs Print Version
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    The contents of the Southeast Missourian online paper may seem so much more fitting with this day and age, but the traditional newsprint edition still offers their subscribers a lot more information. The print version organizes the newspaper with pictures from various sections located at the top, side, and bottom in order to draw the reader in to the articles and advertisements. The online version is very to the point in its content in the fact that the Southeast Missourian does not have to sell...
  • Career Sports Journalism Sportswriter
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    Sports Journalism For my career research paper I have chosen to delve into the world of the sportswriter, and take a closer look at what that occupation may hold for myself. I have chosen to research this form of journalism because I consider myself to be a sports fanatic, and would very much enjoy spending the rest of my working days writing about the conditions in the world of sports. During the last year or so I have taken a period of time everyday to relax and read over sports articles from ...
  • The St Catharines Standard
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    The St. Catharines Standard I choose to do my essay on the St. Catharines Standard. The Standard is the St. Catharines and Thorold area newspaper. It provides us with the local news, advertising and it keeps us in touch with what is happening all over the world. It was first owned and run ned by the Burgoyne family and was printed in St. Catharines but, was sold last year to Southam Inc. and has started to be printed in Hamilton. Southam Inc. also owns other papers such as The Hamilton Spectat...
  • Terrorists Attack A Media Analysis
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    Terrorists Attack! ! February 26, 1993, the day that terrorists made the biggest attack on American soil to that point. It was early afternoon on a Friday, 12: 18 pm to be exact, a car bomb ripped through the guts of the now infamous North World Trade Center twin tower. It happened very quickly, and without warning, normal people were simply going about their daily business, when all of a sudden, the building shook, the power went out, and smoke began to fill all 110 floors of the towers. Many w...
  • Review Of On Line Publications
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    Review of On-line Publications Because of the prevalence of the internet in today's society many thousands of papers now publish an on-line edition. It is through the use of this medium that they wish to make in roads in the communications market. It is seen as a necessary step by many because of the loss of readership due to the internet, broadcast journalism and radio. In my review I will examine an on-line edition of a newspaper from each of the continents. I will comment on some of the tech...
  • New Communication Interactivity Web Site
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    The Australian newspaper was first released by Rupert Murdock on July 15, 1964. Its release instigated a change in the way news, in particular, the printed press, was communicated within Australia. By becoming a national newspaper and attempting to capture a slice of the traditional newspaper markets, The Australian was seeking to express its 'passion for change and improvement.' web (2002). The Internet has come about through the continued development of new communication technologies. The Aus...
  • Birth Of American Newspaper
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    The Birth of the American Newspaper It has been said that the true newspaper must meet these qualifications: (1) it must be published at least once a week; (2) it must be produced by mechanical means (to distinguish it from handwritten 'news letters'); (3) it must be available to anyone willing to pay the price, regardless of class or special interest; (4) it must print anything of interest to a general public, as contrasted with some of the religious and business publications; (5) it must have ...
  • Hearst Orson Welles
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    William Randolph Hearst and Citizen Kane Citizen Kane has often been considered one the best film ever made. This film is about a conflict between two twentieth century icons, the publisher William Randolph Hearst and the prodigy of his time, Orson Welles. This movie was nominated for nine Academy Awards, but is booted off the stage with only one award, for Best Screenplay. This was due to the great pressure from one of the most powerful men in the nation, the man that Citizen Kane portrayed as ...
  • Citizen Kane An Accurate Portrayal Of William Randolph Hearst
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    Many have called Citizen Kane the greatest cinematic achievement of all time. It is indeed a true masterpiece of acting, screen writing, and directing. Orson Welles, its young genius director, lead actor, and a co-writer, used the best talents and techniques of the day (Bordwell 103) to tell the story of a newspaper giant, Charles Kane, through the eyes of the people who loved and hated him. However, when it came out, it was scorned by Hollywood and viewed only in the private theaters of RKO, th...
  • Comparison Of Broadsheet And Tabloid Newspaper
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    Tabloids: e. g. Sun, Mirror, Daily Express, Daily Mail. Broadsheets: e. g. Independent, Times, Guardian The average circulation of the Times is around 650, 000 and the Telegraph sells 970, 000 copies daily, while the Guardian and Independent's circulations are more on the order of 375, 000 and 200, 000. The Financial Times sells over 400, 000 copies, the Scotsman maybe 80, 000 (All figures August 2002). It is generally believed that the purpose of a newspaper is to state the facts about what is...
  • Hazlewood Vs Student Supreme Court
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    Pregnancy. Divorce. Drugs. Alcoholism. Anorexia. Bulimia. With an addition so many more, these ingredients are what make up our everyday atmosphere. Our everyday society. Flick on the tube and turn to Channel 3 news... "Divorce rate has shot up into a ravishing 50%!" ... "Another drug bust just prevailed at our local high-school... ." ... "Just in at 12: 30 am, a five car pile up due do drunk teenage driver!" These are phrases we hear everyday screaming at us. It's on the news, why shouldn't w...
  • Newspaper Analysis Broadsheet Newspapers
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    Newspaper Analysis - The Sun The newspaper I am studying is The Sun, for the 10 th September 2003. The price for the most popular tabloid is 30 p. In 1964, The Sun was known as one of the best broadsheet newspapers, but was losing a great amount of money. The Sun was up for sale shortly after, but there was only two key players interested in buying: the multi-millionaire Labour MP Robert Maxwell and the right-leaning Australian newspaper proprietor Rupert Murdoch, who already owned The News of t...
  • Compare And Contrast 2 National Newspapers
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    Compare and Contrast Two National Newspapers Based on findings that on an average day 25 million people read a national newspaper, it is clear that this form of mass communication plays a key role in our everyday lives. This essay will look at two national newspapers: a broadsheet, The Guardian and a tabloid, The Sun, in a comparative manner to discover where the main contrasts and similarities lie. These two particular newspapers have been chosen due to their differing style, format and readers...
  • The Miami Herald Imc Plan
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS THE IMC PLAN 1. The IMC Mission 1 2. The IMC Objectives 1 3. The Situation Analysis 2 4. Budget 3 THE PRODUCT 1. Seasonality 5 2. Purchase Cycle 6 TARGET MARKET 6 ADVERTISING 1. Objectives 7 2. Strategy 7 SALES PROMOTIONS 1. Product 12 2. Pricing 12 3. Distribution 12 PERSONAL SELLING 1. Objectives 13 2. Selling strategy 13 PUBLIC RELATIONS 1. Objectives 15 2. Strategies 15 FRINGE MARKETING 1. Objectives 18 2. Strategies 18 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION PLAN 20 APPENDICES THE IMC P...
  • Front Page Paper Newspaper Pictures
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    Analy zation Essay On A Newspaper Essay, ResearchAnalyzation Essay On A Newspaper The front page of a newspaper provides a great deal of information on various subjects. Most newspapers include a weather forecast, an index or brief description of articles inside the paper, and a small sports scorecard to accompany the local and national news. Newspapers also concentrate on how to grab the attention of readers. They most commonly use a larger, darker type of print, mixture of color, and / or pict...