News Culture offers a timely examination of the forms, practices, institutions and audiences of journalism. Having highlighted a range of pressing issues confronting the global news industry today, it proceeds to provide a historical consideration of the rise of 'objective' reporting in newspaper, radio and television news.
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1 NEWS POWER AND THE PUBLIC SPHERE
2 THE RISE OF OBJECTIVE NEWSPAPER REPORTING
3 THE EARLY DAYS OF RADIO AND TELEVISION NEWS
4 MAKING NEWS REPORTING TRUTHS
5 THE CULTURAL POLITICS OF NEWS DISCOURSE
6 NEWS AUDIENCES AND EVERYDAY LIFE
7 THE GENDERED REALITIES OF JOURNALISM
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