Television's Window on the World: International Affairs Coverage on the U.S. Networks
James F. Larson, 1984 - 195페이지
This volume examines U.S. network television coverage of international news based on experiences of the past decade. First, it describes significant patterns and trends in the international affairs content of network news during the decade from 1972-1981, including story formats, visual and audio techniques, and trends in the amount and nature of coverage given to nations and regions of the world. Second, it examines major influences that shape international news content on network television, including satellite technology, electronic newsgathering, and the global distribution of foreign correspondents.
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accounted Africa agencies American amount analysis anchor reports appear approach Asia attention broadcast changes chapter China Communication conceptual concerning correspondents countries coverage covered crisis decade dependent developing nations domestic video reports early Eastern Europe effects example final findings flow foreign policy foreign video reports format given half important increased indicated influence Intelsat interest international affairs involved issues Italy Journal Latin America leaders locations major Mass mentioned Middle East nature network bureaus network television newscast newspapers noted originating pattern percent percentage period political presented President Press Product proportion question rank received references reflect region relation relatively role sampled satellite shows significant socialist nations sources South South Korea stations stories structure Table television's territories themes Third World tions United University USSR variables Vietnam visual Western York