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e-Book The Nightly News Nightmare: Media Coverage of U.S. Presidential Elections, 1988-2008 epub download

Author: Stephen Farnsworth
ISBN: 1442200685
Pages: 248 pages
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; Third edition (September 16, 2010)
Language: English
Category: Humanities
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e-Book The Nightly News Nightmare: Media Coverage of U.S. Presidential Elections, 1988-2008 epub download

by Stephen Farnsworth



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The book focuses on changes in the amount, tone, and focus of news coverage in these different electoral contexts. In addition to network news, the authors examine online news, cable television, talk radio, candidate campaign discourse in these election years

The book focuses on changes in the amount, tone, and focus of news coverage in these different electoral contexts. In addition to network news, the authors examine online news, cable television, talk radio, and candidate campaign discourse in these election years. Stephen J. Farnsworth and S. Robert Lichter find that the news media, despite the wide variety of outlets, have consistent problems with a lack of fairness and a focus on horse-race reporting of the. In addition to network news, the authors examine online news, cable television, talk radio, candidate campaign discourse in these election years

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In the book, the authors examine news coverage of presidential nominations and election campaigns from 1988 to 2008. Professor Stephen Farnsworth of the University of Mary Washington talked about his book, The Nightly News Nightmare: Media Coverage of . The book focuses on changes in the amount, tone and focus of news coverage in these different electoral contests. Presidential Elections, 1988-2008, which he co-authored with Professor S. Robert Lichter of George Mason University. In the book, the authors examine news coverage of presidential nominations and election campaigns from 1988 to 2008.

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The Nightly News Nightmare, Third Edition, examines news coverage of presidential nomination and election campaigns from 1988 to 2008. The book focuses on changes in the amount, tone, and focus of news coverage in these different electoral contexts. In addition to network news, the authors examine online news, cable television, talk radio, candidate campaign discourse in these election years. Farnsworth and Lichter find that the news media, despite the wide variety of outlets, have consistent problems in terms of fairness and focus on substantive matters rather than the horse-race reporting of the latest polls. In addition to the extensive discussion of the 2008 campaign, the third edition offers far more discussion and evidence regarding the use of alternative media, including online content, in the most recent presidential election. The authors conclude that online news had many of the same problems found in mainstream news coverage.