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Bob Franklin
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Hodder Education Publishers (November 7, 1997)
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Newszak and News Media book.

Newszak and News Media book. In an increasingly competitive market, the pressures on news media.

Newszak and News Media. ISBN 10: 0340691565 ISBN 13: 9780340691564. Publisher: Hodder Education Publishers, 1997. ISBN 9780340614167 (978-0-340-61416-7) Softcover, Hodder Education Publishers, 1997. Find signed collectible books: 'Newszak and News Media'. Coauthors & Alternates.

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Author of Packaging politics, British Television Policy, Local Media, Key . Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. Newszak and news media.

Author of Packaging politics, British Television Policy, Local Media, Key concepts in journalism studies, Television Policy, Pulling Newspapers Apart, Making the Local News, Bringing up children in a Traveller community. British Television Policy. Making the local news.

Bob Franklin is Professor of Journalism Studies at Cardiff University. Previous publications include Local Journalism and Local Media (2006), Television Policy: The MacTaggart Lectures (2005), Packaging Politics (2004) and Newszak and News Media among many others. Bibliographic information.

In an increasingly competitive market , the pressures on news media to win readers and viewers has generated a new journalism with revised editorial priorities. News is becoming part of the entertainment industry, preferring stories which interest the public to those that are in the public interest. Investigative journalists are increasingly being replaced by celebrity columnists and presenters, and "infotainment" is rampant. News journalism is moving away from providing a forum for informed debate of key issues, and the explosion of newszak raises significant questions about the role of news media in a mature democracy. This is the first comprehensive examination of how developments in the organisation, financial structures and regulation of news media, combined with changes in journalism's composition and news-gathering practices, have resulted in shifting editorial standards in newspapers, radio and television.