Covering American Politics in the 21st Century: An Encyclopedia of News Media Titans, Trends, and Controversies, 1st Edition

  • Lee Banville
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  • ISBN-10: 1440835535
  • ISBN-13: 9781440835537
  • DDC: 070.4
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 788 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released December 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016

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Overview

This encyclopedia provides a real-world guide to American political journalism and news coverage in the 21st century, from the most influential media organizations and pundits to the controversies and practices shaping modern-day political journalism.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Guide to Related Topics.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
1: ABC News.
2: Access to Candidates.
3: Advance Teams.
4: Advocacy Journalism.
5: Aggregation.
6: Ailes, Roger (1940–).
7: Air America.
8: Al Jazeera America.
9: Alternative Newsmedia.
10: American Communities Project.
11: American Enterprise Institute (AEI).
12: Anonymous Sources.
13: The Atlantic.
14: Audience Fragmentation.
15: Balance.
16: Ballot Access.
17: Ballot Measures.
18: Beck, Glenn (1964–).
19: Block, Herbert (1909–2001).
20: Book Tours.
21: Breitbart, Andrew (1969–2012).
22: Broadcast Television News.
23: Brock, David (1962–).
24: Broder, David (1929–2011).
25: Brookings Institution.
26: Cable News Networks.
27: Campaign Finance Reform.
28: Campaign Narratives and Dramatization.
29: Campaign Strategy Coverage.
30: Cato Institute.
31: CBS News.
32: Center for American Progress (CAP).
33: Center for Public Integrity (CPI).
34: Citizen Journalism.
35: Citizens United.
36: CNN.
37: Comedy, Satire, and Politics.
38: Commission on Presidential Debates.
39: Congressional and Senate Campaign Committees.
40: Conservative Blogosphere.
41: Conservative Think Tanks.
42: Corporate Media Ownership.
43: C-SPAN.
44: Cultural Conservatives.
45: The Daily Beast.
46: Daily Caller.
47: Daily Kos.
48: Daily Newspapers.
49: Damage Control.
50: Dark Money Groups.
51: Data Journalism.
52: Democratic Leadership Council (DLC).
53: Direct Mail Campaigning.
54: Disclosure.
55: Diversity in the News Media.
56: Documentary Films.
57: Drudge Report.
58: Early Voting.
59: Echo Chamber Effect.
60: Emily’s List.
61: Endorsements.
62: Face the Nation.
63: Fact Checking.
64: FactCheck.org.
65: Fairness Doctrine.
66: Family Research Council.
67: Federal Election Commission (FEC).
68: Feeding Frenzy.
69: First Amendment and Censorship.
70: FiveThirtyeight (538).
71: 527 Organizations.
72: Fox News.
73: Fox News Sunday.
74: Frontline.
75: Gallup.
76: Gawker.
77: Get Out the Vote (GOTV).
78: Government-Subsidized Journalism.
79: Grassroots Campaigns.
80: Hannity, Sean (1961–).
81: Heritage Foundation.
82: The Hill.
83: Horse-Race Journalism.
84: “The Hotline”.
85: Huffington, Arianna (1950–).
86: Huffington Post.
87: Ifill, Gwen (1955–).
88: Infotainment.
89: Internet Advertising.
90: Invisible Primary.
91: Issue-Advocacy Advertising.
92: Jamieson, Kathleen Hall (1946–).
93: Koch Brothers: Koch, Charles (1935–) and Koch, David (1940–).
94: Krauthammer, Charles (1950–).
95: Leadership PACs.
96: Lehrer, Jim (1934–).
97: Liberal Blogosphere.
98: Liberal Think Tanks.
99: Limbaugh, Rush (1951–).
100: Lippmann, Walter (1889–1974).
101: Maddow, Rachel (1973–).
102: McClure’s Magazine.
103: Media Matters for America.
104: Media Watchdog Groups.
105: Meet the Press.
106: Microtargeting.
107: Mother Jones.
108: MSNBC.
109: Muckraking.
110: Murrow, Edward R. (1908–1965).