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Lecture 10

FILM 240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Crowdsourcing, The New York Times, Photojournalism


Department
Film and Media
Course Code
FILM 240
Professor
Sidney Eve Matrix
Lecture
10

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newsworthy for TV
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ο‚·Consume news diξ€˜erently on diξ€˜erent platforms
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ο‚·1800
ο‚·Start of news in popular culture
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ο‚·First wave of newspapers was for speci'c segment of
population
oWealthy literate urban population
ο‚·Buy newspaper only through subscription
oNot mass availability
oExclusive
oSubscription – signi'ed wealth

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ο‚·1850
ο‚·First commercial newspaper
ο‚·Lower price point
ο‚·Democratization of news
oMore people had access to news because it was cheaper
ο‚·Printer press and cheaper paper
oEconomical news, able to sell it cheaper because
cheaper production cost
ο‚·Introduction of advertisements into newspaper
ο‚·Intrduction of advertisers
oNews editors had to please adivertsors AND readers
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News for speci'c audiences
Diversionary news
Ignores political news, focus on pro't news
ο‚·New technologies
oNewswire services
oTelegraph, radio
No newswire = no national press
How news became national

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Multiple coverage = print + newswire
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oAssociated press sells news stories
oMulti media – photos, stories
oContent produced by professional journalist
oCan buy content from associated press
oNewspaper could get high quality content by buying
from associated press,
Produced by professional journalist
Curated (premade) content, images for news
papers, high quality, created to please readers
and advertisers
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ο‚·Shift from partisan to penny press
oDiverse readership
ο‚·Shift from elite to everyday middle class readers
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oBelief that news press should be independent of
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