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Equal Time Rule
An FCC rule that if a broadcaster sells time to one candidate, it must sell equal time to other candidates
press that is nationally suspicious of officials and writes embarrassing, sometimes career-ending stories.
A public official's statement to a reporter that is given on condition that the official not be named.
media stories about events that, though public, are not regularly covered by reporters
words that imply a value judgement, used to persuade a reader without having made a serious argument
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