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Contrasting Forms of Broadcasting, Pre-1940
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This 11 page report discusses the emergence of contrasting forms of broadcasting in the United States and Europe prior to 1940. The emergence of broadcasting as a force to be reckoned with had an undeniably broad impact throughout the world. Especially in the pre-World War II United States and Great Britain, the foundations were being laid of what have long since become broadcasting media “empires.” Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: BWbroad.rtf

Christianity And Mass Media
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This 5 page paper explores the effect of Christianity on mass media and attempts to forecast the influence between these two segments of society in the next 50 years. Projections are made based on two specific trends in society today, such as the baby-boomers seeking more meaning in their lives and the increase in television programs with a Christian theme. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGmedia.wps

Electronic Communication - A New Language and a New Way of Communicating
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This 14 page report discusses the advent of electronic communication and the ways it has changed the interactions between millions of people. Discussion forums can and are built around a specific topic or area of interest and allows participants to post messages that others can read at a later time. Such a process applies to the business world, as well as academics and, increasingly, personal interactions. As a result, a new language, etiquette, and frame of reference have developed which has developed into its own unique world. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: BWchat.rtf

The Media's Responsibility In Covering Sports # 2
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In this well-reasoned 6 page essay, the writer discusses what the media's ethical responsibilities should be in covering sports-related issues & events and how these measure up with reality. It is argued that the media spends too much time influencing the opinions of fans while it should really be providing objective news. Ultimately, the media's poor coverage of sports helps ruin the private lives of athletes, creates dishonesty among players & coaches, and in the specific case of college sports,-- helps draw the spotlight away from education itself. Recommended ideas about what the media should be doing are presented. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Sportmd2.doc


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