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Chapter 10 Terms

Chapter 10 Government Media

issues that are perceived by the political community as meriting public attention and governmental action public agenda
public's right of access to media media access
sensationalistic hournalism allusion to cartoon of a newspaper yellow journalism
an inclination or a preference that interferes with impartial judgement bias
information generated and distributed by government in such a way as to give government interests priority over candor managed news
communication channels that involve electronic transmissions auch as tv radio and internet electronic media
broadcasting that is targeted to one small sector of the population narrowcasting
a brief memorable comment that can easily be fit into a news broadcast sound bite
an interpretation of campaign events or election results that is favorable to the candidate's campaign strategy spin
a politocal campaign adviser who tries to convince journalists of th truth of a particular intrepretation of events spin doctor
reporters assigned full time to cover a presidency white house press corps
presidential staff member responsible for handing media relations and communications press secratary
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