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Department
Journalism
Course
COM JO 721
Professor
Nick Mills
Semester
Fall

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Katie Tamola p.3: Advocacy, Reporting, Expose 1704­1763 p.22­ Ben Franklin &the Pennsylvania Gazette p.26/27▯ Seditious libel p.28: Zenger (milestone) p. 32­ Stamp tax murders papers p.37 Tom Paine 1833­1850 p. 56­ Inventions, Post Office, & Technology p. 58­ Steam pressing p.59­ Penny Press?  p.66­ Horace Greeley WL Garrison­The Liberator p.69­The New Yorker p.71­Greeley brings change p. 75­Technology p.78­Telegraph p.78­The Associated Press p.84­STEAM PRESS 1830­1875 p.86: Civil War: Greatest Story of this era p.96: Horace Greeley & Bennett p.101: Papers tastng sides during the war p.102: Lincoln 1  censorship p.102: Correspondent Reporting  p.110­ Papers & politicans 1875­1912 p.112­ Joseph Pulitzer p.113­ Yellow Journalism p.122­ Sensationalism p.123: Nellie Bly p.142: Penny Press Ochs (NYT) p.145: Muckraking p. 146­Upton Sinclair p.151­Trying to professionalize journalism p.161­Hearst p.163­ Assault on press freedom p.164­ 167:*CPI p.172­173: Censorship p.174: Sedition Act p.176­Wlison & assault on 1  amendment  1920­1929 p.189: Magazines p.190: Luce & Hadden: Time p.196­ Life Magazine p.198: The New Yorker p.207: Radio Bstadcasting & Commercial Broadcasting p.208: NBC: 1  Network p.210: FCC & licenses p.212: Why people love radios p.212: ABC + CBS competition p.213: Press Radio war p.214: Turning Point p.215: Great Depression p.216: Syndication p.218: Columnists & gossip  Walter Lippmann p.232: Ed Murrow p.234: Radios v. Newspapers p.246­ Very Important 1941­1945: Covers WWII p.258­TV (DECREASE) RADIO (INCREASE) P.260­Office of War Info Pros of propaganda p.262: Censorship p.263: Office of Censorship p.265: Progress for Black Reporters p.266: Reporters v. Censors p.269: Journalists’ dignity p.272: Ernie Pyle­WWII correspondent  p.275: Ernie Pyle­ source of info  p.281: Lawrence & atom bomb p.283: John Hershy “shows reader what happened” p.284: Journs. Are “on the team” p.28
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