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What Is Happening to News

What Is Happening to News - 10 edition

What Is Happening to News - 10 edition

ISBN13: 9780226268989

ISBN10: 0226268985

What Is Happening to News by Jack Fuller - ISBN 9780226268989
Cover type: Hardback
Edition: 10
Copyright: 2010
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
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What Is Happening to News by Jack Fuller - ISBN 9780226268989

ISBN13: 9780226268989

ISBN10: 0226268985

Cover type: Hardback
Edition: 10
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''The crisis in journalism is a hot topic for media scholars, and new books analyzing the situation are appearing monthly. Many cover familiar ground-the growth of the Internet, loss of advertising revenue, increasing corporate ownership, and changed reading behavior. Fuller, a Pulitzer Prize winner and former editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune, takes a different tack and explores how recent discoveries in neuroscience explain why traditional professional journalism no longer meets the needs of contemporary audiences. He argues that in an information-rich environment, the human brain will be attracted to 'emotionally significant stimuli,' or to sensational news rather than objective coverage. He recommends a complete rethinking of the objectivity standards and the development of a new rhetoric for news. VERDICT: Fuller's advocacy of both a redefinition of news and a more emotionally rich approach to its coverage will be controversial for many. Journalists and communication scholars trying to understand what is happening to new will want to read this book.''-Library Journal