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American Journalism
"New" Journalism
New York World
William Randolph Hearst
Frederic Remington
Aggressive and flamboyant... Intensely competitive... Big headlines…
A newspaper for underdog... Beginnings of investigative journali…
Only child of a multimillionaire... and U.S. senator... Dropped o…
Hearst: 'You furnish the pictures, and I'll furnish the war.'
"New" Journalism
Aggressive and flamboyant... Intensely competitive... Big headlines…
New York World
A newspaper for underdog... Beginnings of investigative journali…
14 terms
American Journalism
Principles of American Journalism
Objectivity
Balance
Fairness
1. Independence 2. Transparency... 3. Citizen engagement 4. Hold…
Absence of bias; in either word choice or selection of issues…
Suspending own beliefs and relying on other's interpretations…
-being willing to not just dismiss what a source says ... -makin…
Principles of American Journalism
1. Independence 2. Transparency... 3. Citizen engagement 4. Hold…
Objectivity
Absence of bias; in either word choice or selection of issues…
American Journalism
Who attempted to write the first newsp…
What was the first attempt of a newspa…
When was the first attempted news pape…
What year were 2600 daily newspapers a…
Ben Harise
"Public Occurrences"
1690
1910
Who attempted to write the first newsp…
Ben Harise
What was the first attempt of a newspa…
"Public Occurrences"
15 terms
History of American Journalism (New Journalism)
Characteristics of new journalism
Good results from new journalism
New York World
Joseph Pulitzer
aggressive, flamboyant, competitive, big headlines, questiona…
emphasis on news and competition between outlets, willingness…
a newspaper for the underdog, beginnings of investigative jou…
Bought the New York World, turned it around in 2 years as a m…
Characteristics of new journalism
aggressive, flamboyant, competitive, big headlines, questiona…
Good results from new journalism
emphasis on news and competition between outlets, willingness…
54 terms
history of american journalism
Marshall McLuhan and his theories
Shannon-Weaver model of communication
"Roman" letters (in the Latin alphabet…
"Acta Diurna" -and the origin of journ…
came up with the term. describes the way that new communicati…
model is designed to develop the effective communication betw…
The Romans used just 23 letters to write Latin: There were no…
were daily Roman official notices, a sort of daily gazette. C…
Marshall McLuhan and his theories
came up with the term. describes the way that new communicati…
Shannon-Weaver model of communication
model is designed to develop the effective communication betw…
78 terms
History of American Journalism
Sam Adams
Sam Adams
Sam Adams
Sam Adams
Encouraged outbreak of the Revolutionary War
Considered the master of propaganda
Composed "Journal of Occurrences" with disputable stories des…
Knew that key goals should be: to advertise the goal of a con…
Sam Adams
Encouraged outbreak of the Revolutionary War
Sam Adams
Considered the master of propaganda
31 terms
american media - newspapers and journalism
newspapers
Publik Occurrences
Boston News-Letter
Pennsylvania Gazette
1690-1920: only form of mass news medium; attempted to delive…
-1690... -only on issue... -1st american newspaper ... -shut down by t…
-1704... -The Internet of the 18th Century? ... -left blank spaces…
-1728... -founded by samuel chimer ... -bought by benjamin franklin…
newspapers
1690-1920: only form of mass news medium; attempted to delive…
Publik Occurrences
-1690... -only on issue... -1st american newspaper ... -shut down by t…
48 terms
History of American Journalism
Richard Harding Davis
Ernie Pyle
Edward R. Murrow
Byron Price
Journalist and writer of fiction and Drama. Known foremost as…
WWII correspondent. Won a Pulitzer Prize in 1944. Wrote for S…
Broadcast journalist. Came to prominence with a series of rad…
1. Director of the E.S. Office of Censorship from Dec. 20 194…
Richard Harding Davis
Journalist and writer of fiction and Drama. Known foremost as…
Ernie Pyle
WWII correspondent. Won a Pulitzer Prize in 1944. Wrote for S…
25 terms
History of American Journalism
Publick Occurences
John Peter Zenger
libel
Penny Press
the first attempt of the American newspaper... published in Bost…
publisher of the "New York Weekly Journal"... published articles…
false criticism
forerunner of today's newspapers... Benjamin Day founded the "Ne…
Publick Occurences
the first attempt of the American newspaper... published in Bost…
John Peter Zenger
publisher of the "New York Weekly Journal"... published articles…
108 terms
Principles of American Journalism FINAL
What are the key roles of journalism i…
What are the key responsibilities of j…
What is Samuel Adams perspective of pr…
What is the philosophy inspired by Pre…
Mirror, Watchdog, and Marketplace
1. analyze, inform, interpret, explain... 2. investigate... 3. crea…
"Nothing so justly terrible to tyrants...as a free press"
Power changes you (as with the Alien Sedition Acts)
What are the key roles of journalism i…
Mirror, Watchdog, and Marketplace
What are the key responsibilities of j…
1. analyze, inform, interpret, explain... 2. investigate... 3. crea…
23 terms
History of American Journalism
1.Colonial Newspaper
Ben Harris
John Campbell
John Peter Zenger
word of mouth, letters & newspapers from England
Publick occurrences both Forreign anad Domestick, September 2…
first continuous newsp., Boston News-letter
New York Weekly Journal, charged with libel, wrote news that…
1.Colonial Newspaper
word of mouth, letters & newspapers from England
Ben Harris
Publick occurrences both Forreign anad Domestick, September 2…
26 terms
Journalism: History of American Media
Partisan Press
Penny Press
Wire Service
Yellow Journalism
early American newspaper that aligned themselves with one pol…
newspaper, from mid 19th century, that were filled with news…
a service that provides, for a fee, news from around the worl…
a sensational brand of journalism given to hoaxes, altered ph…
Partisan Press
early American newspaper that aligned themselves with one pol…
Penny Press
newspaper, from mid 19th century, that were filled with news…
23 terms
principles of american journalism
democracy
press
accountability
credibility
system of government in which the people govern themselves. c…
originally a term referring to printed newspapers and magazin…
oversight. two kinds: horizontal and vertical. chief function…
combination of trustworthiness and expertise that makes us mo…
democracy
system of government in which the people govern themselves. c…
press
originally a term referring to printed newspapers and magazin…
75 terms
History of American Journalism
Rosa Parks
Georgia-Born Claude Sitton
Turner Catledge
Thurgood Marshall
Montogomery Bus Boycott, December 1955. African Americans ref…
New York Times reporter, born in Georgia. Southern correspond…
Managing editor of the New York Times, grew up in Mississippi
First black man on Supreme Court. Helped win Brown vs. Board…
Rosa Parks
Montogomery Bus Boycott, December 1955. African Americans ref…
Georgia-Born Claude Sitton
New York Times reporter, born in Georgia. Southern correspond…
40 terms
Principles of American Journalism Vocab
Three Metaphors of Wickramatunga's edi…
Five commonly discussed needs democrac…
Information dissemination
Accountability
1. mirror--society can see itself, warts and all... 2. watchdog-…
information dissemination, accountability, representation, de…
press needs to decide what people need to know. They don't ne…
democracy needs some way to hold those in power responsible f…
Three Metaphors of Wickramatunga's edi…
1. mirror--society can see itself, warts and all... 2. watchdog-…
Five commonly discussed needs democrac…
information dissemination, accountability, representation, de…
9 terms
Principles of American journalism
Accountability
Representation
Deliberation and conflict resolution
Mirror
Democracys need to hold those in power for their actions
ALL people have the chance to be heard no matter the circumst…
Address democracy's need for a forum so the public can debate…
Representation and info dissemination
Accountability
Democracys need to hold those in power for their actions
Representation
ALL people have the chance to be heard no matter the circumst…
13 terms
History of American Journalism
LBJ
Morely Safer
Fred Friendly
Howard Tuckner
ordered strike on Gulf of Tonkin, ordered bombing in Vietnam;…
CBS, filmed the burning of villages by Marines, they were war…
agreed to run footage, previously helped Murrow with McCarthy…
NBC correspondent witnessed a Saigon general execute a Viet C…
LBJ
ordered strike on Gulf of Tonkin, ordered bombing in Vietnam;…
Morely Safer
CBS, filmed the burning of villages by Marines, they were war…
59 terms
American Journalism FINAL
5 Freedoms
4 Key Principals of Ethical Journalism
6 Elements of News
8 Journalism Essentials
speech, religion, press, assembly, petition
Seek/report the truth, be accountable, minimize harm, act ind…
impact, prominence, timeliness, conflict, proximity, novelty
accuracy, attribution, balance, clarity, human interest, neut…
5 Freedoms
speech, religion, press, assembly, petition
4 Key Principals of Ethical Journalism
Seek/report the truth, be accountable, minimize harm, act ind…
History of American Journalism
Gutenberg
Publick Occurrences
Boston News Letter
•John Peter Zenger... •libel... •free... •quest…
In 1448,__________ developed the printing press
Sept. 26, 1690- Benjamin Harris publishes the __________ Both…
April 27, 1704 ____________ published by John Campbell it was…
1735:_________ accused and tried _____ against the British Go…
Gutenberg
In 1448,__________ developed the printing press
Publick Occurrences
Sept. 26, 1690- Benjamin Harris publishes the __________ Both…
35 terms
American Journalism - Final
Conde Nast
Curtis Publishing Co
Louisa Knapp
Saturday Evening Post
Started magazine company... Editor... Began in St. Louis... Focused on…
...
Ladies Home Journal... Edited... Advice column - can this marriage…
Started as men;s version... Best known for Norman Rockwell cover…
Conde Nast
Started magazine company... Editor... Began in St. Louis... Focused on…
Curtis Publishing Co
...
42 terms
Hist of American Journalism
Johnnes Gutenberg
Colonial Press
Benjamin Harris
John Campbell
First printing press in 1450
Era in journalism from 1690-1760s
- Created first newspaper in 1690 called, "Publick Occurrence…
- Created, "Boston News Letter" in 1704... - No breaking news, j…
Johnnes Gutenberg
First printing press in 1450
Colonial Press
Era in journalism from 1690-1760s
44 terms
History of American Journalism
John Milton
John Locke
Benjamin Franklin
John Peter Zenger
Philosopher and poet ... Censorship doesn't work ... censorship dis…
Influenced by Thomas Hobbes ... from authority and control to po…
Silence dogood papers, wrote as an old lady in his brother's…
the greater the truth the greater the libel ... if what you publ…
John Milton
Philosopher and poet ... Censorship doesn't work ... censorship dis…
John Locke
Influenced by Thomas Hobbes ... from authority and control to po…
81 terms
History of American Journalism
% of population that got news from a S…
"Damned Old Crank"
Where did Scripps live?
Throughout his career would focus on w…
70%
Scripps called himself this... -Had radio/audio paper
San Diego; spent time on yacht.... -liked to be behind the scenes
advertising
% of population that got news from a S…
70%
"Damned Old Crank"
Scripps called himself this... -Had radio/audio paper
9 terms
History of American Journalism
Muckraker
Yellow Journalism
William Randolf Hearst
Joseph Pulitzer
A reporter or writer who investigates and publishes truthful…
Type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate well…
Competitor with Pulitzer, Publisher of the New York Journal,…
Publisher of New York World, originally known as crusader for…
Muckraker
A reporter or writer who investigates and publishes truthful…
Yellow Journalism
Type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate well…
68 terms
American Journalism - Test 2
Media Moguls and the age of new journa…
Good things?
New York World
Examples?
aggressive and flamboyant... intensely competitive... big headlines…
emphasis on news, and willing to spend money... technology gets…
Joseph Pulitzer... newspaper for underdog... begininning on investi…
Publish a lisst of landlords who were housing prostitutes... Got…
Media Moguls and the age of new journa…
aggressive and flamboyant... intensely competitive... big headlines…
Good things?
emphasis on news, and willing to spend money... technology gets…
65 terms
American Journalism - Test 1
During the party press era who were th…
Two Federalists
Who do the federalists represent?
Republicans (Anti-federalists)
Editors - politicians and editors are in the same boat
John Adams and Alexander Hamilton
The elite, land owners, want power in the federal government
Thomas Jefferson and James Madison
During the party press era who were th…
Editors - politicians and editors are in the same boat
Two Federalists
John Adams and Alexander Hamilton
28 terms
Glossary of Journalism Terms: American Press Institute
Advertising
Advice column
Banner or Flag
Byline
Activity of attracting public attention to a product or busin…
Advice written for readers on different topics, such as inves…
Name of the newspaper, typically placed in large letters atop…
Writer's name at the beginning of the article.
Advertising
Activity of attracting public attention to a product or busin…
Advice column
Advice written for readers on different topics, such as inves…
83 terms
History of American Journalism Final
Broadcast media are second-class citiz…
The Fairness Doctrine still applies to…
Radio and TV networks are not licensed…
There are five FCC commissioners, each…
true
false
true
true
Broadcast media are second-class citiz…
true
The Fairness Doctrine still applies to…
false
13 terms
The History of American Journalism and Media
News
Newsworthy
Inverted Pyramid
good journalist
Important information worth knowing ... Hard new : serious news…
timeliness ... impact ... proximity - closenessclosness ... controvers…
upside down triangle... bottom angle is least worthy ... top is mos…
Resourcefulness : a good journalist is supposed to be resourc…
News
Important information worth knowing ... Hard new : serious news…
Newsworthy
timeliness ... impact ... proximity - closenessclosness ... controvers…
9 terms
History of American Journalism (radio)
Gugliemo Marconi
Telegraph
Radio
KDKA
created radio technology, first working wireless device. In t…
person to person device
exploded as a mass medium
First radio station in Pittsburgh. Birth of broadcast radio.…
Gugliemo Marconi
created radio technology, first working wireless device. In t…
Telegraph
person to person device
22 terms
History of American Journalism (Muckraking)
Progressivism
The 99% Argument
Muckraker
Heritage of Muckrakers
noted activism, political and social reform - the idea that c…
1/10 of the population owns 9/10 of everything
A term coined by Teddy Roosevelt, who said optimism was essen…
Dissident Press 1830s-1870s, New Journalism 1880s-1890s
Progressivism
noted activism, political and social reform - the idea that c…
The 99% Argument
1/10 of the population owns 9/10 of everything
31 terms
Brief History of American Journalism
Frederick Douglas
Thomas A. Edison
Henry R. Luce (April 3, 1898 - Februar…
John Peter Zenger
A former slave, began the abolitionist newspaper the North St…
phonograph & motion picture camera:... The motion picture camera…
Co-founder of Time Inc; came up with photojournalism ... - play…
scored one of the first victories for freedom of the press wh…
Frederick Douglas
A former slave, began the abolitionist newspaper the North St…
Thomas A. Edison
phonograph & motion picture camera:... The motion picture camera…
33 terms
History of American Journalism Midterm
Colonial press: time period?
Colonial press: how does it start?
Colonial press: context?
Colonial press: characteristics?
1690-1765
-Colonials want to know about things that affect them... -Urban…
Political — strong ties with Britain... Founding of the press a…
-Thought of as a historical record, reflects lively discussio…
Colonial press: time period?
1690-1765
Colonial press: how does it start?
-Colonials want to know about things that affect them... -Urban…
15 terms
The Evolution Of American Journalism
The Party Press
The Party Press
The Party Press
Jacksonian Era
Few papers: not easily distributed and expensive to produce
-political parties owned and controlled newspapers=political…
-government helped to pay the cost of production
- with more voters and literate people, the press began to ap…
The Party Press
Few papers: not easily distributed and expensive to produce
The Party Press
-political parties owned and controlled newspapers=political…
43 terms
History of American Journalism Final
new journalism
Tome Wolf
Hunter S. Thompson
John Hersey
1960-1970... narrative-driven, long form nonfiction magazine (an…
coined new journalism... worked for Washington Post and Esquire…
Gonzo journalism: spin off of new journalism ... 1st person, sub…
Hiroshima (1946)... 31,000 word story of 6 individual survivors…
new journalism
1960-1970... narrative-driven, long form nonfiction magazine (an…
Tome Wolf
coined new journalism... worked for Washington Post and Esquire…
20 terms
Hist. of American Journalism Midterm
Colonial Period Years
Massachusetts Bay Colony
Publick Occurences
Boston News-Letter
1600-American Revolution
The "cradle" of American journalism; establihed Harvard College
Published in 1690 by Benjamin Harris; debatably first America…
First continuously published newspaper in U.S.; Edited by Joh…
Colonial Period Years
1600-American Revolution
Massachusetts Bay Colony
The "cradle" of American journalism; establihed Harvard College
16 terms
American Lit- Journals
Affirmed
Calamity
Certify
Encountered
(Verb) Declared to be true
(Noun) disaster; deep trouble; misery
(Noun) guarantee to be true or accurate
(Verb) met; faced
Affirmed
(Verb) Declared to be true
Calamity
(Noun) disaster; deep trouble; misery
20 terms
Latin American Journals and Literature
empanadas
platanos/plantains
salsa
code-switching
At the morning market, the fried smell of dough and meat fill…
I was awakened by the sizzling sound of fried platanos my gra…
a ballroom dance of Puerto Rican origin, performed to this mu…
the use of two languages in one social interaction. ... The fou…
empanadas
At the morning market, the fried smell of dough and meat fill…
platanos/plantains
I was awakened by the sizzling sound of fried platanos my gra…
11 terms
Journalism Mid-Term Exam (History of American Journalism)
What was Americas first newspaper? Who…
What was America's first regularly pub…
What were the main definitive characte…
List all time periods of journalism in…
Publick Occurrences Both Forreign and Domestick; published by…
Boston Newsletter; Published by John Campbell
Used categories to organize stories, all advertisements in th…
Colonial Press, Party Press, Penny Press, Yellow Journalism,…
What was Americas first newspaper? Who…
Publick Occurrences Both Forreign and Domestick; published by…
What was America's first regularly pub…
Boston Newsletter; Published by John Campbell
16 terms
American Lit - Journals
Affirmed (v)
Calamity (n)
Certify (v)
Encountered (v)
Declared to be true
Disaster; deep trouble; misery
Guarantee to be true or accurate
Met; faced
Affirmed (v)
Declared to be true
Calamity (n)
Disaster; deep trouble; misery
18 terms
History of American Journalism Exam 3
Jazz Journalism: What happened to jour…
What went on to reflect what was happe…
Two techniques emerged during this per…
The Depression & the New Deal period &…
The Jazz age gave us jazz music & dances like the Charleston…
Sensationalism, Prohibition, The Teapot Dome Scandal, Wall St…
The tabloid format, which was an extensive use of photography…
Marked the rise of interpretive reporting, it also gave rise…
Jazz Journalism: What happened to jour…
The Jazz age gave us jazz music & dances like the Charleston…
What went on to reflect what was happe…
Sensationalism, Prohibition, The Teapot Dome Scandal, Wall St…
16 terms
American Lit- journals
Calamity Noun
Affirmed Verb
Certify verb
Encountered verb
Disaster , deep trouble, misery
Declared to be true
Guarantee to be true or accurate
Met, faced
Calamity Noun
Disaster , deep trouble, misery
Affirmed Verb
Declared to be true
16 terms
American Lit - Journals
Affirmed
Calamity
Certify
Encountered
V. Declared to be true
N. Disaster; deep trouble; misery
V. Guaranteed to be true or accurate
V. Met; faced
Affirmed
V. Declared to be true
Calamity
N. Disaster; deep trouble; misery
16 terms
American literature - Journals
Affirmed... (Verb)
Calamity... (Noun)
Certify... (Verb)
Encountered... (Verb)
Declared to be true
Disaster; deep trouble; misery
Guarantee to be true or accurate
Met; faced
Affirmed... (Verb)
Declared to be true
Calamity... (Noun)
Disaster; deep trouble; misery
15 terms
American Literature - Journals
Affirmed ... Verb
Calamity ... Noun
Certify... Verb
Encountered... Verb
Declared to be true
Disaster; deep trouble; misery
Guarantee to be true or accurate
Met; faced
Affirmed ... Verb
Declared to be true
Calamity ... Noun
Disaster; deep trouble; misery
23 terms
History of American Journalism Exam 2
Penny Press
Horace Greeley
Civil War's impact on journalism
Writing style
• Price of a newspaper dropped to a penny... - Now everyone coul…
• Editor of the N.Y. Tribune... • Gave an independent voice to t…
• The biggest issue was how to keep the public informed and n…
- Readers wanted news stories from correspondents in the fiel…
Penny Press
• Price of a newspaper dropped to a penny... - Now everyone coul…
Horace Greeley
• Editor of the N.Y. Tribune... • Gave an independent voice to t…
11 terms
American history-journal events
Bleed kansas
Lincoln-Douglas Debates
Uncle Tom's cabin
Missouri compromise
A mini-civil war that led to 200+ deaths
Arguments over slavery in Illinois
Helped to alert northerners to the horrid of slavery
Added 2 states and clarified where slavery could exist
Bleed kansas
A mini-civil war that led to 200+ deaths
Lincoln-Douglas Debates
Arguments over slavery in Illinois
16 terms
American Lit-Journals
Affirmed
Calamity
Certify
Encountered
V. Declared to be true
N. Disaster; deep trouble; misery
V. Guarantee to be true or accurate
V. Met; faced
Affirmed
V. Declared to be true
Calamity
N. Disaster; deep trouble; misery
16 terms
American Lit- Journals
Affirmed
Calamity
Certify
Encountered
Declared to be true
Disaster, deep trouble, misery
Guaranteed to be true, accurate
Met, faced
Affirmed
Declared to be true
Calamity
Disaster, deep trouble, misery
16 terms
American lit- journals
Affirmed v.
Calamity n.
Certify v.
Encountered v.
Declared to be true
Disaster; deep trouble;misery
Guaranteed to be true or accurate
Met; faced
Affirmed v.
Declared to be true
Calamity n.
Disaster; deep trouble;misery
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