The myth of the liberal media : the propaganda model of news / Media Education Foundation ; producer and director, Sut Jhally.
Contributor(s): Jhally, Sut [pro, drt] | Chomsky, Noam | Herman, Edward S | Lewis, Justin | Media Education Foundation.Material type: FilmDescription: 1 videodisc (60 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 inches +.Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscISBN: 1893521567; 9781893521568.Other title: Propaganda model of news.Subject(s): Mass media -- Objectivity -- United States | Mass media -- Political aspects -- United States | Mass media -- United States | Journalistic ethics -- United States | Mass media and politics -- United States | Press -- United States -- Objectivity | Broadcast journalism -- United States -- Objectivity | Television broadcasting of news -- United States -- ObjectivityDDC classification: 302.230973 LOC classification: PN4888.O25 | M98 2002
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Originally produced in 1997.
Part 1. The filters of news. The propaganda model and agenda setting ; The ownership filter ; The advertising filter ; The news makers filter ; The news shapers filter ; The flak filter -- Part 2. Domestic issues. The attack on the welfare state ; The attack on social security ; The attack on health care ; Labor and business -- Part 3. International issues. Anti-communism and the free market ; Anti-communism and the free market : Russia ; Anti-communism and the free market : Cuba ; Dictators and democracy ; Dictators and democracy: Saddam Hussein ; Dictators and democracy : Suharto.
Camera, Robert Massey, David Rabinowitz, Mark Tebo ; editor, Katherine Sender.
Presenters: Noam Chomsky, Edward Herman, Justin Lewis.
Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky discuss their comprehensive framework for understanding how the news is produced and in whose interests it works. They argue that the news media is subordinated to corporate and conservative interests and is not liberal.
Includes public performance rights. MnManS