News Values: Ideas for an Information Age, Volume 10

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University of Chicago Press, 1996 - 251 pagina's
News Values is a concise, powerful statement of the fundamental issues, ethical and practical, confronting newspapers today. Jack Fuller not only makes those issues clear, but offers a provocative new perspective on questions journalists should be asking themselves now in order to prepare for tomorrow.

"Every talk show host should read this book. So should every newsroom cynic. . . . 'Pursuit of truth is not a license to be a jerk.' In all too many newsrooms, that statement would resound like a three-bell bulletin."—Martin F. Nolan, New York Times Book Review

"[News Values] ought to be required reading not just for those who work for newspapers, but for all those who read and care about them. . . . [This book] seems destined to become one of those slim but important volumes people read for a long time to come."—Richard J. Tofel, Wall Street Journal

"Fuller stays above the fray [of the many books on the media]: His is a deeply intellectual approach, one that provides serious context to the highly complicated issue of how the news 'works.'"—Duncan McDonald, Chicago Tribune Books

"News Values has the touch and feel of knowledgeable, authentic caring about the kind of journalism than can help make society more cohesive, even human." —"Monitor's Pick," Christian Science Monitor
 

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NEWS VALUES: Ideas for an Information Age

Gebruikersrecensie  - Kirkus

A combination textbook and inspirational message to working and would-be journalists. Fuller is publisher of the Chicago Tribune, a Pulitzer Prize- -winning editorial writer, lawyer, novelist (Our ... Volledige review lezen

Inhoudsopgave

The Fundamental Disciplines
3
Matters of Expression
101
The Future of Newspapering
167
Notes
233
Copyright

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Over de auteur (1996)

Jack Fuller was editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune and a recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for his journalism. He served as special assistant to Edward H. Levi in the Department of Justice.

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