The article argues that this censorship stems from either a desire not to speak out against the media entities that support the publication or broadcasting of the specific news source or is the result of "the media's love affair with sensationalism."
Buying radio and tv air time can be intimidating and confusing if you don’t understand standard advertising terms. Here’s a list of basic advertising definitions and media buying terms to help take the mystery out of the process.
“Chyi remains bullish on newspapers, rejecting the self-fulfilling prediction that they must die, especially given that surveys show that they remain so beloved. No Luddite, she appreciates the immediacy and convenience of getting news and entertainment (especially entertainment) via computer and phone platforms. But for all of its faults, the newspaper remains a superior format and much would be lost if our neglect caused its premature demise.”
These terms and tips can help readers understand the parts of a newspaper and help them decide what information could be helpful when conducting research.Front PageThe first page of a newspaper includes the title, all the publication information, the index, and the main stories that will capture the most attention. The major story of the day will be placed in the most prominent position and contain a large, bold-faced headline.
"client pays" wire service: client pays to have his or her own news or feature stories transmitted through print and broadcast media newsrooms at no cost to the media
Editorial Calendar: The part of a magazine or newsletter media kit that describes the editorial content planned for each issue in the coming year.
For television, make sure the media kit includes a program listing or program grid. This is a listing of programs the TV station airs throughout the week and should include corresponding ratings information.
For radio, your media kit should include a station profile, or psychographic information about the station’s audience, including a breakdown of male/female listeners, age cells, homeowners, education and income levels, etc.
The Pew Center administers several regular national surveys that measure public attentiveness to major news stories, and perform extensive polling that examines trends in values as well as fundamental political and social attitudes.
The Center's proposed aim is to serve as a forum for ideas on the media and public policy through public opinion research serving as an important information resource for political leaders, journalists, scholars, and public interest organizations.
A list of search engines for free access news items all over the world...
Also includes links to media associations, and directories of media sites.
Gross Rating Points (GRP)– The sum of all rating points achieved for a specific spot schedule. Note: don’t be too concerned with understanding this. It’s not vital to buying media. We included some of these terms to help you feel less intimidated by all of the jargon and acronyms that show up on broadcast proposals and schedules.
Classified Advertisement: In print media, any advertisement that is limited to certain classifications of goods and services (such as program and events listings) and usually limited in size and content.
editorial: a statement of opinion from an editor or publisher about you and your business. Media coverage generated by news staff
Apart from the fact that I spent a good bit of time turning up old slang terms for my answer, I also feel that this is a "practical, answerable question based on an actual problem" and that the answers here now provide a fairly comprehensive list that can't readily be found elsewhere online.
A majority of the lesson plans incorporate actual news and opinion texts from the pages of the New York Times and other major news sources, and the archive is updated daily offering a fresh lesson plan each morning.
The archive lists several lesson plans that could easily be incorporated into a unit focused on better understanding the news media, and a few focus directly on news bias.