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|Named Person:||Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin; Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin; Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin|
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|Description:||xx, 295 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: Putin and the media : promoting the presidential vertical ; Presidential power ; Government power over the media ; The Russian media market and its audience ; Methods --
National television and the 2000 presidential election:- National television coverage of the March 2000 presidential election ; The unofficial election campaign, September 1999 to February 2000 ; The December 1999 Duma elections ; The official presidential election campaign, 3-24 March 2000 ; ORT ; RTR ; NTV ; Conclusion --
Elite conflict and the end of independent television: Television and the transition paradigm ; The struggle for television : a conflict between elites ; Putin verses the oligarchs : old foes and new alliances ; A new consensus : public and elite support for Putin's media policy ; The case of Vladimir Gusinsky and NTV ; The case of TV6 ; Support for Putin in the journalistic community ; Television and the Dubrovka hostage crisis ; The case of TVS ; Conclusion --
Controlling the news agenda: Agenda-setting as a source of presidential power ; Ownership structures and editorial practices ; Methods ; Study results ; Quantitative findings ; Qualitative findings ; Conclusion --
National television and the 2003 State Duma elections: Television coverage of United Russia ; Television, the fight against corruption and Khodorkovsky ; Television and conflict within the Putin administration ; Television coverage of opposition political parties ; Conclusion --
National television and the 2004 presidential election: Television coverage of President Putin ; Television coverage of the presidential challengers : a weak and divided opposition ; The presidential debates and political advertising ; Television news coverage of Putin's challengers ; Conclusion --
Television in Putin's second term: More trouble for NTV ; Television and the social benefits reform ; Television and the Beslan hostage crisis ; Ren-TV ; The Ukrainian presidential election, October to December 2004 ; The 2007 and 2008 elections ; Conclusion --
Conclusion: The future of the Putin system --
|Series Title:||BASEES/Routledge series on Russian and East European Studies, v. 70.|
"Relying on interviews and content analysis, Burrett painstakingly details how Russian television changed over time... the book is a detailed and sophisticated analysis of political communication
- Television in politics -- Russia (Federation)
- Television broadcasting policy -- Russia (Federation)
- Russia (Federation) -- Politics and government -- 1991-
- Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich, -- 1952-
- Politics and government
- Television broadcasting policy.
- Television in politics.
- Russia (Federation)
- Television -- politiska aspekter -- Ryssland.
- Ryssland -- politik och förvaltning.