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  • Interest In Different Sources Of Media
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    In our lazy nation today, most of the American citizen cast their vote on what they see on the news. It is safe to say that the media primarily control peoples opinion on political issues. Unfortunately the worlds most developed nation don't have time to carefully pick their leaders in any level. While vast opportunity of research is available to the American citizen to carefully pick their candidates, they choose to go along with the with what the media tells them to do. It is the media that co...
  • Shield Laws
    546 words
    Law vs. Media On July 4, 1967, a law entitled "Freedom of Information Act", was passed. This law states that the public has the right to all federal records dealing with almost any subject (excluding those matter's in reference to national security). The act has been used time and time again in court to reveal such information as JFK's murder and "the UFO conspiracy". However, this act was not formed solely to exploit the government's records, but also for the public's rights granted in the 6th ...
  • Change In The Media Cross Ownership Laws
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    Discuss the free speech justifications for cross-media ownership laws in Australia and consider whether these laws are relevant in the age of increasingly diverse media sources. Consider the arguments for and against the current proposals for reform. When Paul Keating made his famous remark about restricting media barons power so they could only be 'Queens of the screen or Princes of Print', he was referring to the division of power under law that would make sure no-one media conglomerate could ...
  • Independent And Non Profit Media
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    1. Introduction Over the past few decades, nations around the world have become increasingly democratic. The media plays a large part in this process, bringing information, news, and entertainment into people's lives, and giving different communities the ability to obtain various types of information, regardless their age, race, and gender. During the second half of the eighteenth century and in the early nineteenth century in the United States of America, a part of the commercial press became m...
  • Media A Mirror Of The Society
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    Reputation of a hero subjected to media scrutiny gets eventually diminished. Media is a mirror of the society. Everything good and bad happening in the world is reflected in the media. People sitting elsewhere in the world are made aware of any events happening in other part of the world by the media. However, it's the sole responsibility of the media to reflect the picture in its true colours. I would agree with the author's proposition to the extent that certain sections in a media, say, a few...

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