Communicating Politics Online by Chapman Rackaway (auth.)

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2000. The Life of the Parties. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.  Schudson, Michael. 1981. Discovering the News: A Social History of American Newspapers. New York, NY: Basic Books.  Reichley. The Life of the Parties.  Hofstadter, Richard. 1960. The Age of Reform. New York, NY: Vintage.  Iyengar, Shanto, and Karen McGrady. 2005. Media Politics: A Citizen’s Guide. W. Norton.  Anonymous. 2012. org/company/history/ ap-history  Anonymous. 2007. html  Iyengar and McGrady. Media Politics. 0004  Communicating Politics Online  Anonymous.

12 With the host of new options, new challenges emerged. Fox News and MSNBC embraced ideological leans, similar to 19th-century newspapers. Bloggers followed suit, becoming ideological entities and extensions of the party system. The objective critique of 20th-century journalism was giving way to a revival of a very partisan media environment. Newspapers were also struggling, with papers such as Denver’s Rocky Mountain News and Seattle’s Post-Intelligencer moving to online-only or shutting down entirely.

Newspapers required a conscious effort to pick one up, but anyone with a radio or television could access content broadcast over the public airwaves, so the federal government wanted to have a say in who could own pieces of the airwaves and what they could broadcast across them. There is a big difference between how newspapers were distributed and how radio and television were distributed. While anyone could pick up a newspaper, those papers included useful information on the masthead in the form of the sponsoring party identification.

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