Public Journalism and Political Knowledge

Public Journalism and Political Knowledge

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In this text journalists, communications scholars, and political scientists assess the contemporary public journalism, looking at its origins, the arguments for and against public journalism, and the state of political knowledge.Practitioners say they try to aquot;seek stories that reflect the concerns, issues and voices of the vieweraquot; (Ford and Oa#39;Brien 1998, 3). Neil Heinen, editorial director of WISC-TV in Madison, Wisconsin, says there also is a focus on solutions. aquot;I think ... These stations tend to have strong community affairs departments and to be involved in public service efforts, and their coverage often focuses on the activities ofanbsp;...

Title:Public Journalism and Political Knowledge
Author: Anthony J. Eksterowicz, Robert North Roberts
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield - 2000

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