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A sensationalized form of newspaper from the late 19th century featuring color, pictures and comics.
A form a journalism from the early 20th century, concerned with reforming government and business conduct.
An association of broadcast stations that share programming through a financial arrangement.
An electronic service, such as the Associated Press, which gathers and nationalizes the news.
On the record
Information provided to a journalist that can be released and attributed by name to the source
New York Times Co. vs. Sullivan
The Supreme Court concluded that "actual malice" must be proved to support a finding of libel against a public figure.
Equal Time Rule
The rule that requires broadcast stations to sell air time equally to all candidates in a political campaign if they choose to sell it to any.
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