No Time To Think : The Menace of Media Speed and the 24-hour News Cycle
By: Rosenberg, Howard.
Contributor(s): Feldman, Charles S.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2014Description: 1 online resource (239 p.).ISBN: 9781441141408.Subject(s): Journalism -- Objectivity -- United States | Journalism -- Social aspects -- United States | Journalism -- United States | Television broadcasting of news -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: No Time To Think : The Menace of Media Speed and the 24-hour News CycleDDC classification: 071 LOC classification: PN4867.2 .R67 2009Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents -- Prologue -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1 "Why Is Speed So Bad?" -- Chapter 2 Two Revolutions: French and Mexican -- Chapter 3 All the News before It Happens -- Chapter 4 Blog On! -- Chapter 5 A New Protestant Reformation: Citizen Journalists to the Rescue -- Chapter 6 "In-Depth Instant Results" -- Chapter 7 Desperate Newspapers Play Catch-Up -- Chapter 8 Mr. Inside and Mr. Outside: A Conversation -- Chapter 9 What If ? Scenarios, Dark and Darker -- Chapter 10 Five Grams News, Ten Grams Speculation -- Afterword -- Bibliography -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I
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An eviscerating look at the state of journalism in the age of the 24 hour news cycle by a Pulitzer Prize-winning television critic and a veteran news correspondent. No Time To Think focuses on the insidious and increasing portion of the news media that, due to the dangerously extreme speed at which it is produced, is only half thought out, half true, and lazily repeated from anonymous sources interested in selling opinion and wild speculation as news. These news item can easily gain exposure today, assuming a life of their own while making a mockery of journalism and creating casualties of co
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