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TV and national defense : an analysis of CBS news, 1972-73

Author: Ernest W Lefever; Institute for American Strategy.
Publisher: Boston, Va. : Institute for American Strategy Press, [1974]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lefever, Ernest W.
TV and national defense.
Boston, Va. : Institute for American Strategy Press, [1974]
(OCoLC)573613313
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest W Lefever; Institute for American Strategy.
OCLC Number: 1303899
Notes: A report based on a study by the Institute for American Strategy.
Description: xvi, 209 pages : graphs ; 23 cm
Contents: The people's right to be informed. TV is powerful, but not all powerful --
Purpose of this study --
The fairness doctrine and the First Amendment --
How TV broadcasters view themselves --
Rising criticism of TV news --
Why CBS-TV news was selected for this study --
The owned and affiliated stations --
Viewer sovereignty --
Patterns and themes of CBS news. Distribution of news stories --
U.S. military affairs and issues --
Theme analysis of 1972 transcripts --
Themes in special CBS news programs : 1972 --
Events CBS evening news did not report. Detente with the Soviet Union --
Soviet military developments --
U.S. military developments --
Political and military developments in China --
CBS special : Where we stand --
Issues and viewpoints : 1972. Four research phases --
The three national security viewpoints --
Example of viewpoint coding : June, 1972 --
Distribution of evening news viewpoints --
Distribution of viewpoint by subject --
Did CBS advocate viewpoint C? --
The neglect of viewpoint A --
How CBS portrayed the Vietnam War : 1972. The unfolding Vietnam drama --
Vietnam themes : evening news --
Vietnam themes : specials --
Views toward Vietnam --
Vietnam views of newsmakers and newsmen --
The portrait that emerged --
Methods of communication --
How well did CBS News measure up? The medium suggested the method --
Requirements for responsible broadcasting --
CBS News and the parameters of debate. The parameters of the debate --
Where does the American majority stand? --
CBS coverage on Vietnam affected other news --
How can TV news be improved?
Responsibility: Ernest W. Lefever.

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