The myth of the liberal media
- Main contributor
Noam Chomsky, Edward Herman, and Justin Lewis discuss Chomsky and Herman's comprehensive framework for understanding how the news is produced and in whose interests it works. Using examples of news coverage of events in the United States and around the world, they argue that the U.S. news media is subordinated to corporate and conservative interests and is not liberal, but rather controlled by elites.
Chomsky, Noam; Herman, Edward S.; Lewis, Justin, 1958-
Media Education Foundation
Broadcasting, Communications; Government, Law, Politics; TV, Film; Government, Law, Politics; Mass media -- Objectivity -- United States; Mass media and propaganda -- United States; Mass media and public opinion -- United States; Mass media -- Political aspects -- United States; Journalistic ethics -- United States
North America; United States; Massachusetts; Northampton
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- Physical Description
60 minutes; color
Films @ UM
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- Other Identifiers
Filename: lms-090481; Fedora 2 PID: umd:75991; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/11187; Catalog Key: alephsys003884384; OCLC: ocn649095160
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