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All The News That's Fit To Sell: How The Market Transforms Information Into News

J. Hamilton
Published 2003 · Political Science

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Acknowledgments ix Introduction 1 Chapter 1 Economic Theories of News 7 Chapter 2 A Market for Press Independence: The Evolution of Nonpartisan Newspapers in the Nineteenth Century 37 Chapter 3 News Audiences: How Strong Are the Public's Interests in the Public Interest? 71 Chapter 4 Information Programs on Network Television 121 Chapter 5 What Is News on Local Television Stations and in Local Newspapers 137 Chapter 6 The Changing Nature of the Network Evening News Programs 160 Chapter 7 News on the Net 190 Chapter 8 Journalists as Goods 215 Chapter 9 Content, Consequences, and Policy Choices 235 Notes 265 Bibliography 307 Index 339
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