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- Leap of faith in Canada. Krossel, Martin S. // Columbia Journalism Review;Mar/Apr1983, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p17
This article focuses on the ratings of the news and public affairs program of Canadian Broadcasting Corp. A year ago Canadian Broadcasting Corp. undertook what no North American television network had tried before and what its own planners characterized as a leap of faith: airing an hour-long...
- Media Resistance: Opportunities for Practice Theory and New Media Research. WOODSTOCK, LOUISE // International Journal of Communication (19328036);2014, Vol. 8, p1983
Based on in-depth qualitative interviews, this essay offers a portrait of media resistersâ€” individuals who intentionally and significantly limit their media use and who have largely fallen outside the purview of communication research. I argue that attention to media resistance expands...
- Quality in the Off-Hours. Griffith, Thomas // Time;9/6/1982, Vol. 120 Issue 10, p99
The article reports on the issues concerning the television news coverage in the U.S. during off-hours. It states that "The MacNeil/Lehrer Report" nighttime television program which provides information on public affairs received good rating due to known hosts such as Robert MacNeil and Jim...
- WNET Creates a Web-TV News Hybrid. Guthrie, Marisa // Broadcasting & Cable;3/22/2010, Vol. 140 Issue 12, p3
The article reports on the potential of WNET.org's public affairs program "Need to Know" designed as a Web-television (TV) hybrid to examine the viability of digital news ventures. It states that news will be presented online via multimedia content from staff and contributors and will then be...
- Instructional Media Initiatives Focusing on WNET.org, Thirteen, and WLIW21:THE NEW WNET STUDIOS AT LINCOLN CENTER IN NEW YORK CITY. Donlevy, Jim // International Journal of Instructional Media;2010, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p119
WNET. org recently opened new viewer-friendly production Studios at Lincoln Center in New York City. The article describes this development and the benefits to viewers.
- Duopoly Ownership and Local Informational Programming on Broadcast Television: Before-After Comparisons. Yan, Michael Zhaoxu; Park, Yong Jin // Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media;Jul2009, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p383
This study examines the relationship between duopoly ownership structure and the supply of local news and public affairs programming in the local television market. The results show that both duopoly stations and non-duopoly stations significantly increased their local news programming from 1997...
- WHAT IS TELEVISION STUDIES? King, Noel // Framework: The Journal of Cinema & Media;1984, Issue 25, p111
The article discusses various reports in this issue, including one by Jeanne Allen on the way it took 20 years to implement television and another by Robert Stam on television news.
- The Arab CNN. // World & I;Jan2002, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p71
Focuses on the role of television station, Al Jazeera in providing news and public affairs to Arab countries in Qatar. Difference of the network from other Arab-language station; Examples of the broadcast footages of the station; Support of terrorist leader, Osama bin Laden for the station.
- BET cancels ED Gordon's show, 'Lead Story' and 'Teen Summit' Covington, Artelia C. // New York Amsterdam News;12/12/2002, Vol. 93 Issue 50, p5
Reports that Black Entertainment Television (BET) is cancelling its public affairs programs, namely, 'BET Tonight With Ed Gordon,' 'Lead Story,' and 'Teen Summit.' Possibility of the programs' resumption; Reasons behind the cancellations; Possibility of acquiring BET by Viacom; Dismissal of...