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eBook History of the Mass Media in the United States: An Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1315061627
  • ISBN-13: 9781315061627
  • DDC: 302.230973
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 784 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released February 2017
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Overview

First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.The mass media, including "advertising, books, broadcasting in general, cable, magazines, motion pictures, newspapers, photography or photojournalism, public relations, radio, and television," are studied from 1690 to the 1990s, with analyses of "how each medium has evolved in the American culture and at how each medium has influenced the American culture

Table of Contents

Front Cover.

Half Title Page.

Title Page.

Copyright Page.

Contents.

Editor's Note and Guide to Usage.

Acknowledgments.

Other Frontmatter.

Alphabetical List of Entries.

Topical List of Entries.

Commonly Used Terms and Abbreviations.

General Bibliography.

A.

1: Abolitionist Press.

2: Accuracy in Media.

3: Adless Newspapers.

4: Advertising Agencies.

5: Advertising and Minorities.

6: Advertising Appeals.

7: Advertising Awards.

8: Advertising Copywriting.

9: Advertising Council.

10: Advertising in the Eighteenth Century.

11: Advertising in the Nineteenth Century.

12: Advertising in the Twentieth Century.

13: Advertising Photography.

14: Advertising Strategy.

15: Advertising Trade Associations.

16: Advertising Trade Press.

17: African American Media.

18: Agenda Setting.

19: Agnew, Spiro T., and the Media.

20: Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798.

21: Almanacs.

22: Alternative Press.

23: American Library Association and Intellectual Freedom.

24: American Newspaper Directory.

25: American Revolution and the Press.

26: American Tract Society.

27: Animated Motion Pictures.

28: Armed Forces Media.

29: Army-McCarthy Hearings.

30: Asian American Media.

31: Associated Press.

32: Audience Research for Broadcasting.

33: Audience Research for Motion Pictures.

34: Audience Research for Newspapers.

35: Ayer, N.W., & Son.

B.

36: Barnum, P.T..

37: Barton, Bruce.

38: Bell System.

39: Bennett, James Gordon Sr..

40: Bernays, Edward L..

41: Best-Sellers.

42: Better Business Bureau.

43: Birth of a Nation, The.

44: Black, Hugo Lafayette.

45: Black Star Picture Agency.

46: Blue Book.

47: Bok, Edward W..

48: Book Clubs.

49: Book Publishing Awards.

50: Book Publishing in the Eighteenth Century.

51: Book Publishing in the Nineteenth Century.

52: Book Publishing in the Twentieth Century.

53: Book Publishing Trade Organizations.

54: Book Publishing Trade Publications.

55: Boosterism.

56: Brady, Mathew.

57: Brandeis, Louis Dembitz.

58: Brand-Name Advertising.

59: British Antecedents of the American Press.

60: Broadcast Advertising.

61: Broadcast Awards.

62: Broadcast Blacklisting.

63: Broadcast Competition.

64: Broadcast Documentaries.

65: Broadcast Editorials.

66: Broadcast Interview Shows.

67: Broadcast Labor Organizations.

68: Broadcast Licensing.

69: Broadcast Newsmagazines.

70: Broadcast Pioneers.

71: Broadcast Propaganda.

72: Broadcast Ratings.

73: Broadcast Regulation.

74: Broadcast Talk Shows.

75: Broadcast Trade Organizations.

76: Broadcast Trade Press.

77: Broadsides.

78: Budget (B) Movies.

79: Bureau of Advertising.

80: Burnett, Leo Noble.

81: Business Media.

82: Business Regulation of the Press.

C.

83: Cable Networks.

84: Cable News.

85: Cable Television.

86: Cameras in the Courtroom.

87: Campaign Financing Reform and the Media.

88: Campbell, John.

89: Cartoons and Cartoonists.

90: Censorship of Advertising.

91: Censorship of Books.

92: Censorship of Broadcasting.

93: Censorship of Motion Pictures.

94: Checkbook Journalism.

95: Chicago Defender.

96: Chicago Newspaper Trust.

97: Chicago Tribune.

98: Children's Television Programming.

99: Civil War Photography.

100: Civil War Press (North).

101: Civil War Press (South).

102: Civil War Public Relations.

103: Classified Advertising.

104: Codes of Ethics.

105: Cold War and the Media.

106: Colonial Press.

107: Comic Books.

108: Comic Strips.

109: Commercialization of Broadcasting.

110: Commercial Speech.

111: Commission on Freedom of the Press.

112: Committee on Public Information.

113: Communications Act of 1934.

114: Communication Satellite Technology.

115: Community Access Television.

116: Conrad, Frank.

117: Contempt.

118: Cooperative News Gathering.

119: Copyright.

120: Corporate Speech.

121: Counteradvertising.

122: Country Club Journalism.

123: Creative Revolution.

124: Credibility Gap.

125: Crisis Management.

126: Criticism of Advertising.

127: Criticism of Broadcasting.

128: Criticism of Newspapers.

129: Cronkite, Walter.

130: Cross-Media Ownership.

131: Crystallizing Public Opinion.

D.

132: Davis, Jefferson, and the Press.

133: Decency Issues in Electronic Media.

134: De Forest, Lee.

135: Design Trade Organizations and Trade Press.

136: Development Communication.

137: Dime Novels.

138: Direct Mail Advertising.

139: Docudramas.

140: Documentary Photography.

141: Douglas, William O..

142: Douglass, Frederick.

E.

143: Economics of Book Publishing.

144: Economics of Broadcasting.

145: Economics of Magazine Publishing.

146: Economics of Motion Pictures.

147: Economics of Newspapers.

148: Edison, Thomas Alva.

149: Eisenhower, Dwight D., and the Media.

150: “Equal Time” Provision.

151: Espionage and Sedition Acts.

152: Ethnic Press.

153: Exchanges.

F.

154: Fairness Doctrine.

155: Farnsworth, Philo Taylor.

156: Feature Syndicates.

157: Federal Communications Commission.

158: Federal Radio Commission.

159: Federal Trade Commission.

160: Feminist Media.

161: First Amendment in the Eighteenth Century.

162: First Amendment in the Nineteenth Century.

163: First Amendment in the Twentieth Century.

164: First Amendment Theory.

165: Food and Drug Administration.

166: Foreign Correspondents.

167: Franklin, Benjamin.

168: Frederick, Pauline.

169: Freedom of Information Act.

170: Free Press-Fair Trial Controversy.

171: French and Indian War.

172: Frontier Press.

173: Full-Service Advertising Agency.

G.

174: Gatekeeping.

175: Gay and Lesbian Press.

176: General Electric.

177: Global Village.

178: Godkin, E.L..

179: Golden Age of Radio.

180: Golden Age of Television.

181: Goldenson, Leonard.