Comparison of Journalistic Values Of Television Reporters and Producers

Smith, Conrad; Becker, Lee B.
December 1989
Journalism Quarterly;Winter89, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p793
Academic Journal
Compares journalistic values of television reporters and producers in the U.S. Division between the responsibilities of reporters and producers; Implication of the division of labor on the reporters and producers; Increase in the number of full-time employees in the median local TV newsroom from 1972 to 1985.


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