By Jim Willis
From the launching of America's first newspaper to YouTube's newest phone-videoed crime, the media has consistently been in charge of indulging America's obsession with controversy. This encyclopedia covers a hundred occasions in international heritage from the seventeenth century to the present—moments that by myself have been significant and minor, yet ones that exploded within the public eye while the media stepped in. subject matters coated comprise yellow journalism, the conflict of the Worlds radio broadcast, the Kennedy-Nixon debates, JFK's assassination, the Pentagon papers, and storm Katrina. those are occasions that modified the best way the media is used-not simply as a device for spreading wisdom, yet as a manner of shaping and influencing the evaluations and reactions of America's electorate. due to the media's representations of those occasions, historical past has been replaced perpetually. From categorised army plans that leaked out to the general public to the 1st televised presidential debates to the present army tortures stuck on tape, Breaking information will show not just an ever-evolving process of stories reporting, but additionally the ways that historic occasions have ignited the media to mould information in a manner that resonates with America's public. This must-have reference paintings is perfect for journalism and background majors, in addition to for common readers.Chapters are in chronological order, starting with the seventeenth century. every one bankruptcy begins with a quick creation, through media occasion entries from that decade. every one access explains the instant, after which promises particular information relating to how the media coated the development, America's reaction to the insurance, and the way the media replaced background.
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100 Media Moments That Changed America by Jim Willis