Political Science 4208F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Interactive Media, Nonpartisanism, Oligopoly

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Looks at all relevant media reflection of conflict and competition. A broad range of socially useful content: 2. Broadcasts to the same residents of the state that funds the platform: political independence is when day-today decisions are made, 1. Political pressure can be used for corrupt change: 3. Public opinion should determine choice are political events good or bad: as a result, political independence broadcasters should have, legal protection, non-partisan view. September 25, 2018: pursuit of profit, size of the firm, competition (or lack of) Book publishers and distributors: horizontal and vertical integration, horizontal: 1997, roughly 10 dominant media structures for publishing and broadcasting, second tier corporations dominating newspapers, ny times, roughly 15, vertical: produce content and own distribution rights (20th, hypercommercialism. Century fox: focuses on creating a brand and then keeping the brand in the public view by creating merchandise and social features.

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