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No time to think : the menace of media speed and the 24-hour news cycle

Author: Howard Rosenberg; Charles S Feldman
Publisher: New York : Continuum, 2008.
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This witty, incisive-and yes, angry-work measures lasting fallout from the 24-hour news cycle: that media mushroom cloud, released into our biosphere in 1980 with the arrival of CNN.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Howard Rosenberg; Charles S Feldman
ISBN: 9780826429315 0826429319 9781441112354 1441112359
OCLC Number: 212847164
Description: xi, 226 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: "Why is speed so bad?" --
Two revolutions: French and Mexican --
All the news before it happens --
Blog on! --
A new protestant reformation: citizen journalists to the rescue --
"In-depth instant results" --
Desperate newspapers play catch-up --
Mr. Inside and Mr. Outside: a conversation --
What if? Scenarios, dark and darker --
Five grams news, ten grams speculation.
Responsibility: Howard Rosenberg and Charles S. Feldman.
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Offers a look at the state of journalism in the age of the 24-hour news cycle. This book demonstrates how media blitz scrambles the public's perspective in ways that potentially shape how we think,  Read more...

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"Compelling and insightful...any reader who wants to understand how news outlets such as CNN are run might appreciate a behind-the-scenes glimpse from a longtime insider." -Dinesh Ramdem, Carroll Read more...

 
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