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Over the wire and on TV : CBS and UPI in Campaign '80

Author: Michael J Robinson; Margaret A Sheehan
Publisher: New York : Russell Sage Foundation : [Distributed by Basic Books], ©1983.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael J Robinson; Margaret A Sheehan
ISBN: 0871547228 9780871547224
OCLC Number: 9899119
Description: xv, 332 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Carter's day: "He'd rather not have been in Philadelphia" --
Press watching in campaign '80: hows and whys --
Objectivity: most objections overruled --
Access: equal time for equal actors --
Fairness: network fear of flacking --
Seriousness: more is less --
Comprehensiveness: "losing" the Vice-Presidency and the Congress --
Covering the "official" Presidency: "Prime-time" Minister --
Old news, new media: hard-core comparisons --
Explaining the differences: four theories of press behavior --
Implications for candidates and the press: coping with each other --
Implications for us all: are we what we eat? --
Reprise: reviewing the day's top stories.
Responsibility: Michael J. Robinson and Margaret A. Sheehan.

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