Public misled by violent images
- Have you modified your newscasts in light of renewed concern for TV violence? Matheny, Luke // Electronic Media;06/07/99, Vol. 18 Issue 23, p9
Focuses on remarks from television news broadcasting executives in the United States on whether they adopted changes in their newscasts due to renewed concern for television violence.
- Study: TV news big on violence. Wang, Karissa S. // Electronic Media;12/10/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 50, p16
Focuses on the coverage of car crashes, murders and other violence in television news in the United States. Incidents included in the traumatic deaths covered on the news in Los Angeles, California; Dissimilarities in the presentation of traumatic injuries and deaths on the news; Criticisms on...
- TV newscasts. // Current Events;11/28/94, Vol. 94 Issue 11, Teacher's Guide p1
Focuses on television newscasting of violence in the United States. Disagreement over the appropriateness of family-sensitive newscasts; Distortion of reality; Viewer ratings of television broadcasts; Activities for students on local newscasting.
- Is there too much violence on TV news? // Current Events;11/28/94, Vol. 94 Issue 11, p3
Focuses on the violence in television news broadcasting in the United States. Criticism of TV violence in the Center for Media and Public Affairs report; Family-sensitive newscasts; Blanket rules on TV news violence.
- L.A. suicide prompts review of breaking news coverage. Sharkey, Betsy // MediaWeek;05/04/98, Vol. 8 Issue 18, p4
Reports on the reviews being conducted by television stations on how they cover breaking news after the airing of a suicide in Los Angeles, California, by local television stations. Apologies offered by the stations for airing the footage; Reaction of viewers on the airing of a suicide attempt...
- The Dilemmas of Documentary Violence in Television. HÖIJER, BIRGITTA // NORDICOM Review;1996 Special Issue, Issue 1, p53
The article focuses on depiction of violence in television newscasts. It states that depiction of violence has increased since 1979. It mentions that presentation of victims on television has changed and people get to see close-ups of mutilated parts. It highlights that camera is much closer...
- COMMUNICATIONS. MC LAUGHLIN, JOHN // America;2/8/1969, Vol. 120 Issue 6, p174
The article focuses on television (TV) broadcasting in Europe. It states that European viewers commonly know much more about what is happening in the world and respond more rapidly to international needs because international news on European TV are far-ranging and more plentiful compared in the...
- LETTER FROM MHQ. // MHQ: Quarterly Journal of Military History;Summer2007, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p3
The article comments on the form of perception management being promulgated by the television news media highlighting suicide attacks in Iraq, genocide in Africa and more violence in other parts of the world. It notes that the incidence of war declined from thirty-two to less than twenty from...
- A death in the family. Martin, James // America;11/12/1994, Vol. 171 Issue 15, p24
Discusses the moral and ethical legitimacy of including killings and violent acts in television coverage of wars. Coverage of violence in Haiti; Role of the media during World War II and the 1991 Gulf War; Opinions of cultural critics.