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  • Use Public Relations Services
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    What Is Public Relations "Public relations is the management function that identifies, establishes and maintains mutually beneficial relationships between an organisation and the various publics on whom its success or failure depends" - Scott Cut lip Public relations, by name PR, is an aspect of communications involving the relations between an entity subject, to, or seeking public attention of the various publics that are, or may be interested in it. The entity seeking attention may be a busine...
  • Newscaster To The Public
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    Newscasters are a big part of who and what America is today. The newscasters have a lot of influence on what America does, and when they do it. Still, it is not something that happens overnight. It takes a lot of experience to become a newscaster to the public. A newscaster will influence the public that will make or break a morning, afternoon, or evening. The weatherman will help people be prepared for the day ahead. While, the sportscaster tells which team won or lost and who got signed and le...
  • Violation Of Privacy Photographs Of Public Figures
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    What responsibility does the press have in keeping the public informed while at the same time, respecting the privacy and sensibility of individuals The press has the power to influence virtually all areas of our lives. Words and images are combined to produce various messages and meanings. All that is presented to us undoubtedly has an effect; whether it be positive, negative or neutral. In some countries the press is seen as an instrument for exposing the truth, and in others it is seen as an ...
  • Support Even With The Information War
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    other wars there is a big information problem which leads to 'propaganda war'. Many things are hidden from the public 'for their own good'. But is it really for their own good?!! This paper will take a look at M. Bush's handling of this very delicate political situation as well as, as mentioned previously, propaganda war (misinformation). How much are allies really ready to risk, in military and political ways, so that one U.S.A. can get their hands on who ever organised the september 11th? I ho...
  • Information In Government Records Concerning Individuals
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    Like most countries and especially the United States their inhabitants enjoy a certain level of privacy. People don't generally want intimate information to be accessible to the public eye. In fact many people go to great lengths to hide everything about themselves. What exactly is the definition of privacy? Well, privacy is the expectation that confidential personal information disclosed in a private place will not be disclosed to third parties, when that disclosure would cause either embarrass...
  • Broadcasting Of Obscene Programming
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    The 1st Amendment forbids Congress from enacting laws that would regulate speech or press before publication or punish after publication. At various times many states passed laws in contradiction to the freedoms guaranteed in the 1st Amendment. However broadcast has always been considered a special exemption to free speech laws for two reasons. 1) the most important reasons is the scarcity of spectrum and the 2) is the persuasiveness of the medium. Because radio and TV come into the house, and m...
  • Journalist The Right
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    The Constitutional responsibility of the press is to inform the public. The First Amendment comes into direct conflict with the rights and responsibilities of media coverage. There is a fine line between personal privacy and the publics right to know. The constitution overrides the option of privacy beside the amendment of freedom of speech or freedom of the press. Freedom of the press is to be guarded as an inalienable right of the people in a free society. Freedom of the press carries along wi...
  • Colleges Across America To Censor Student Publications
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    Imagine yourself as a journalist today who is frozen and wakes up in the United States 100 years from now. The country has changed quite a bit from what you remember. Technology has definitely advanced, language seems to have evolved a bit, and nothing looks the same, except fashion. Due to a recent trend that brought back the 90's you are strangely up on the recent fashion trends. As you roam the streets, you try to gain a bearing on this advanced country so you pick up a newspaper. You notice ...
  • Insider Trading Martha Stewart
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    Insider Trading Martha Stewart, the countries top icon for homemaking has been in the eye of the public since June 2002, but not for her craftiness or culinary abilities. Stewart instead has the spotlight on her for crimes of insider trading. A tip from her former broker Peter E. Bacanovic, persuaded her into selling her IMClone stock after sharing information about a close friend of Stewart's getting rid of his shares. Stewart's companion, Sam Waksal, was also the chief executive of IMClone Sys...
  • 48 Million Doses Of Flu Vaccine
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    2004 Influenza Vaccine Shortage Internal PR Action Plan MKT 438 November, 22, 2004 Abstract This year's flu season is supposed to bring a strain of the virus with a severity unlike any other seen in previous years. This supposed new strain is a mutated, currently untreatable strain that is expected to be responsible for several deaths. The media has caused such a wide spread panic over the Influenza bug this year and then claimed that 48 million vaccines mysteriously became contaminated renderin...
  • Used Propaganda In The Same Way
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    Propaganda and the United States That awful power, the public opinion of a nation, is created in America by a horde of ignorant, self-complacent simpletons who failed at ditching and shoemaking and fetched up in journalism on their way to the poorhouse. - "License of the Press" speech Mark Twain Propaganda exists in every aspect of our lives. It is used in any form of persuasion, advertising, debate, etc. And it is also one of the oldest and most popular methods of psychological warfare that gov...
  • Public Opinion
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    Newspapers are important sources of information about current and on-going world issues. However, they are not necessarily good or reliable providers of information. A reliable newspaper must have some useful and necessary characteristics. I found seven characteristics that are useful 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 sco...
  • Selective Disclosure And Its Regards To Insider
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    Selective disclosure is the practice of disclosing nonpublic information about a company to a few select individuals such as securities market professionals and holders' of issuer's securities both of which may trade on this information. For example Company A. holds a conference meeting with a few select individuals (analysts, market professionals, etc) and reveals pertinent nonpublic information. These same select individuals act upon this information prior to the actual public announcement mak...
  • Information From The Public Regarding Terrorism
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    Imagine yourself as a current-day writer, who is frozen and wakes up in the United States 100 years from now. The country has changed a lot from what you remember. Technology has advanced, language seems to have evolved more, and nothing looks the same. As you roam the streets, you try to gain a somewhat understandable perception of this advanced country around you. You pick up a newspaper, and notice something rather strange about every article - the only source of information is the U.S. Gover...
  • Information Technologies
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    It is often claimed that information technologies are blurring the traditional distinctions between simulation and reality. If this is so, what might be the consequences? The ways we receive our information is getting blurred, instead of getting more precise information about what is happening around us, we get miss informed and manipulated, even though our communication technologies has greatly improved in the past years. What we see on the television, the news for example, is said to be true, ...
  • Information With The Public
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    There are plenty of reasons why to withhold the information from the public, but the challenge of a progressive authority should whenever possible to act with a transparency and honesty. The main reason to withhold information is the fear from criticism and attack. While a vague political statement might leaves everybody satisfied a lucid plan would always cause disagreement and debate. Another reason could be to cover mistakes and corruption: he who does not know does not bother. And finally th...
  • African Legislation Aeuroeaccess To Information Act Aeur
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    FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT, 2002: A CRITIQUE by Anil Kumar Chaudhary Background The movement towards right to information being considered as a formal right gained impetus in the early 1990,'s. The efforts of Maz door Kis aan Shakti Sangha tan (MASS) are monumental in these regards. It emerged as a powerful force in checking corruption by demanding muster rolls, bills and other official documents of public expenditure. The right to information as a civil and political right has a strong legal ba...
  • Information From The Public
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    "It is often necessary, even desirable, for political leaders to withhold information from the public". Although political leaders need to be honest to the public as they promise when they are elected into offices, they need to withhold information from the public in certain situations. They have access to may sensitive information that is not suitable to release to the public. The leak of such information will compromise national security, will create social turmoil and may intrude on personal ...
  • Information From The Public
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    Political leaders and Governments always tend to increase their power as is seen throughout the history. So in my opinion it may be necessary in some situations for political leaders to withhold information from the public. A very important factor is the judgement that which situation requires such withhold of information. It is never desirable that the information is witholded by the political leaders from the public. Firstly we look at the point that it may be necessary not to give information...
  • Greater Control Over Press Access To Information
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    The media should only be censored to protect troops at war. Politicians should not use their power over the media to enhance their popularity. Because the first President Bush and his administration did not want the First Gulf War to be "another Vietnam", they restricted the press's access to information to the press (Greenberg 7). Although Americans have the right to freedom of speech, government makes many rules governing the media's access to wars, and can control the press. Therefore, it is ...

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