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Confession of an American Media Man (2nd Edn) : What You Find Out After Journalism School.

Author: Tom Plate
Publisher: Singapore : Marshall Cavendish, 2010.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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For better or for worse, the news media in the United States has huge worldwide influence. And yet little is actually known about its real inner workings, inherent logic and deeply embedded customs.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Plate, Tom.
Confession of an American Media Man (2nd Edn) : What You Find Out After Journalism School.
Singapore : Marshall Cavendish, ©2010
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Plate
ISBN: 9789814346719 9814346713
OCLC Number: 804664079
Description: 1 online resource (545 pages)
Contents: Cover; About the Author; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction to the second edition; Preface; 1 Jump the Midget: The Life of a Newspaper Columnist; 2 Long Island Newsday: From Potato Fields to a Field of Dreams; 3 New York Magazine: Helping to Start Something Up is So Much Better than Winding Something Down; 4 London Calling: Good Newspapers Don't Have to be Dull; 5 Time Pressures: The Businesslike Bureaucracy of Quality Control; 6 With CBS: Where I Wished Spanking Were Back in Fashion; 7 New York Newsday: Another Fabulous Start-up, Another Journalistic Lease on Life. 8 The Los Angeles Times: The Responsibility of a Major-League American NewspaperConclusion; My Thanks; Index.

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For better or for worse, the news media in the United States has huge worldwide influence. And yet little is actually known about its real inner workings, inherent logic and deeply embedded customs.

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