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Congress and the news media,

Autor: Robert O Blanchard
Editora: New York, Hastings House [1974]
Séries: Studies in public communication.; Communication arts books.
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An examination of the role of the media in current political processes -- not only its role as watchdog against political wrongs, but also its little-understood and changing relationship with Congress.
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Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
Blanchard, Robert O. (Robert Okie), 1934-
Congress and the news media.
New York, Hastings House [1974]
(OCoLC)573726868
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Robert O Blanchard
ISBN: 0803811926 9780803811928 0803811942 9780803811942
Número OCLC: 805926
Descrição: xiv, 506 pages 24 cm.
Conteúdos: The reporter's place in the house: a debate, 1789-90 / Annals of Congress --
Access for the official press: a debate, 1800 / Annals of Congress --
The letter-writers in the senate / Frederick B. Marbut --
The standing committee of correspondents / Frederick B. Marbut --
Access for the underground press / Luther A. Huston --
Modern accommodation: the new patronage? / James White --
Emigration of power to the little legislatures / J. Russell Wiggins --
Equality of access for broadcast journalism / William Small --
Modern access for broadcast: congressional hearings, 1969 / Special Subcommittee on Legislative Reorganization --
The executive dominates the news / Thomas Curtis --
Equal time for congress: congressional hearings, 1970 / Communications Subcommittee, Senate Commerce Committee --
Congressional use of publicity / Francis E. Rourke --
Congress, publicity and public policy / Nelson W. Polsby --
The value of publicity / Charles L. Clapp --
Mr. Agnew, you are wrong about the press / Bob Eckhardt --
Member attitudes on news media role / William L. Hungate --
Guess who's not coming to the Gridiron Club dinner? / Shirley Chisholm --
An oldtimer's view of the press / Richard Bolling --
A newcomer's view of the press / Clem Miller --
The variety of correspondents / Robert O. Blanchard --
The correspondents describe their work / Robert O. Blanchard --
Symbiosis: congress and the press / Delmer Dunn --
The stuff of which good reporting is made / Douglass Cater --
Covering the senate / Donald R. Matthews --
A view from the president's room / Richard L. Riedel --
Senator Lyndon Johnson: a correspondent's view / Stewart Alsop --
Senator Wayne Morse: a correspondent's view / A. Robert Smith --
Correspondents as participants: case I / Bert Andrews --
Correspondents as participants: case II / Noel Epstein --
The news media and the Bobby Baker case / Laurence Stern and Erwin Knoll --
Nobody covers the house / Michael Green --
The press and Washington's own suburban five / Lewis W. Wolfson --
The congressional hearing as publicity vehicle / Douglass Cater --
Congress, television and war protests / William Small --
The Sam Ervin show / Laurence Leamer --
TV lights, invitations, kisses and phone calls / Jeannette Smyth --
Keeping in touch with the people, getting along with the press... / Donald G. Tacheron and Morris Udall --
And frankly, getting reelected / Mark J. Green, James M. Fallows and David R. Zwick --
Congress and the media: partners in propaganda / Ben H. Bagdikian --
The selling of the Pentagon: partisan involvements and antagonisms / Jerome Barron --
The first amendment and broadcast journalism: a debate, 1971 / Congressional record --
A new FOI watchdog needs watching / Robert O. Blanchard --
The federal shield law we need / Fred P. Graham and Jack C. Landau --
The potential dangers of shield legislation / Charles L. Bennett --
The battle of Watergate TV / George Larnder, Jr. --
Fair trial and the Watergate hearings / John J. Sirica --
Due process of law / The times --
TV's incandescent and damaging presence in the hearing room / Spiro Agnew --
Due process and the president / Washington post --
Trial by publicity? / Jules Witcover --
Nixon and his aides believe hearing is a witchhunt / Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstin.
Título da Série: Studies in public communication.; Communication arts books.
Responsabilidade: edited, with commentaries and contributions by Robert O. Blanchard.

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An examination of the role of the media in current political processes -- not only its role as watchdog against political wrongs, but also its little-understood and changing relationship with Congress.

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