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The democratic value of news : why public service media matter / Stephen Cushion.

By: Cushion, Stephen.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HE8689.7.P82 C87 2012Publication: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012Description: xii, 243 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780230271531 (paperback).Subject(s): Public broadcasting | Broadcast journalism
Contents:
The philosophy and economics of different broadcast models: how do funding models and regulatory frameworks shape the democratic value of news? -- Journalism cultures and public service ethics: evaluating the democratic value of news -- Reflecting a "window on the world"? Reporting local, national and international news -- Making sense of elections: the journalistic conventions and practices of campaign reporting -- Between patriotism and independence: the politics of reporting wars and conflicts -- Adapting to the 24/7 environment of journalism: the evolution and development of rolling news channels -- Protecting the democratic value of news: why public service media matter.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 210-234) and index.

The philosophy and economics of different broadcast models: how do funding models and regulatory frameworks shape the democratic value of news? -- Journalism cultures and public service ethics: evaluating the democratic value of news -- Reflecting a "window on the world"? Reporting local, national and international news -- Making sense of elections: the journalistic conventions and practices of campaign reporting -- Between patriotism and independence: the politics of reporting wars and conflicts -- Adapting to the 24/7 environment of journalism: the evolution and development of rolling news channels -- Protecting the democratic value of news: why public service media matter.

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