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Chapter 14: Media

Market driven journalism This type of market leads to audience appeal rather than educational, political or social value.
Soft news also called infotainment. Emphasizes stories even if they are lacking in seriousness, significance or timeline.
Slander Verbal defamation or verbal untruths
Libel Written defamation or written untruths
Actual Malice standard Media new it was libel but recklessly disregarded the truth
Net Neutrality Internet users should have equal access to legal internet content, applications and services.
Yellow Journalism a style of reporting i which journalists exaggerate or even fabricate news stories to increase circulation.
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