Terrorism and the Press

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This was the first day of a 2 day lecture series delivered in Scottsdale Arizona in behalf of ASU (Arizona State University) Osher Lifelon Learning Institute.

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  • CHRIS VISION MIRRORS OF THAT OF ASU PRESIDENT MICHAEL CROW WHOSE DESIGN ASPIRATIONS FOR THE NEW AMERICAN UNIVERSITY INCLUDE ENGAGING US GLOBALLY. THAT VISION HAS BECOME REAL WITH 300 PROGRAMS IN 60 COUNTRIES
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  • Terrorism and the Press

    1. 1. 1 WELCOME !
    2. 2. 1 Television, Terrorism and the PressTelevision, Terrorism and the Press Dr. Bill Silcock, Director Cronkite Global Initiatives Curator, Hubert H. Humphrey Program Arizona State University
    3. 3. Arizona State University Engaging Globally A focus on changing lives through education 300+ programs in more than 60 countries • Leverage our knowledge, expertise and intellectual capital • Access and harness global knowledge, expertise and intellectual capital • Address critical global, national and local problems and issues
    4. 4. Arizona State University International student enrollments: 5,137 from 127 countries:
    5. 5. Doctorate from Missouri School of Journalism Fulbright Scholar- Ireland, Sweden 25 years - Brigham Young University, Missouri and Cronkite School TextB i l l S i l c o c k @DrBillAsu Research focus - global news newscast producers, journalism ethics and media convergence Teach - media ethics/diversity and TV news reporting
    6. 6. Cronkite School Web SiteCronkite School Web Site Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication http://cronkite.asu.edu
    7. 7. Terrorism and War Coverage What sparked my interest? Eight Published Papers With colleagues Carol Schwalbe & Susan Keith - Convergence of content - Ethics of war coverage - Method of cross platform studies IRAQ WAR IMAGES ACROSS PLATFORMS
    8. 8. Our MissionOur Mission To See the World,To See the World, To Know the World,To Know the World, To Report theTo Report the World.World. Cronkite Global InitiativesCronkite Global Initiatives
    9. 9. Cronkite Study AbroadCronkite Study Abroad
    10. 10. + CC HH FF 22 CC HH FF 22 Hubert H. HumphreyHubert H. Humphrey
    11. 11. What you do, what each of usWhat you do, what each of us does, has an effect on the country,does, has an effect on the country, the state, the nation and thethe state, the nation and the world.world.-Hubert Humphrey-Hubert Humphrey
    12. 12. 1 Television, Terrorism and the PressTelevision, Terrorism and the Press
    13. 13. Honors College Course - Terrorism & The Press
    14. 14. We’re all looking forWe’re all looking for ideas large enoughideas large enough to be afraid of againto be afraid of again
    15. 15. Talking AcrossTalking Across differencesdifferences
    16. 16. INFLUENCE
    17. 17. MAXIMUM INFLUENCE PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSUASION TerrorismTerrorism
    18. 18. Rember a time when you have felt the most threatened? Rember a time when you have felt the most threatened? PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSUASIONPSYCHOLOGY OF PERSUASION TerrorismTerrorism
    19. 19. 1 Coming UpComing Up OUTLINE FOR OUR SESSIONSOUTLINE FOR OUR SESSIONS Changing role of the pressChanging role of the press Press TheoriesPress Theories Defining TerrorismDefining Terrorism Historical Case studiesHistorical Case studies The Role of CitizensThe Role of Citizens
    20. 20. Changing Role of the Press in a Socially Mediated, Virally Marketed World Blurred News Boundaries
    21. 21. Today news is Shared Tweeted Liked Blogged
    22. 22. Twitter is a neutral news channel
    23. 23. Hudson River Crash
    24. 24. Arab Spring and Egypt
    25. 25. http://rsf.org/index2014/en-index2014.php U.S. Ranks #46U.S. Ranks #46
    26. 26. The death of the newspaper?
    27. 27. Gatekeeper Concept  Guard the temple  Newsworthy, checked Traditional  News model  Control  Ad-supported media  One-way communication  News room to audience  Adversarial relationship with PR
    28. 28. Who was the gatekeeper during 911?
    29. 29. 3933 We asked Aaron Brown is there now a larger importance for visuals in determining news? No “They matter but not as much as good characters and the value of the story itself” Aaron Brown, Cronkite Professor and former CNN anchor
    30. 30. Do terrorists know these changes?
    31. 31. You...the New Gatekeepers
    32. 32. THE VISUAL VILLAGE “The fundamental flip in journalism: Information is plentiful, but the audience attention is scarce.” -Tom Kennedy
    33. 33. 4536 Christopher Dickey Middle East Bureau Chief, Newsweek ““Citizen journalism won’tCitizen journalism won’t replace traditional media.replace traditional media. There is an assumptionThere is an assumption that mass availabilitythat mass availability createscreates discernment.discernment. I don’t think so.I don’t think so. Discernment createsDiscernment creates discernment.”discernment.”
    34. 34. Changing Role of Visual Gatkeeping “Crowd gatekeeping has replaced traditional gatekeeping” Gatekeeping is out of the editors’ hands” - Former CBC producer Dale Cressman now at B.Y.U.
    35. 35. This ain’t Walter’s newscast any more
    36. 36. What did we not see?What did we not see?
    37. 37. Terrorism an attempt at a... Slides via SlLideSharehttp://www.slideshare.net/cinbarnsley/terrorism-keynotess?v=qf2&b=&from_search=6
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    39. 39. More Definitions Slides via SlLideSharehttp://www.slideshare.net/cinbarnsley/terrorism-keynotess?v=qf2&b=&from_search=6
    40. 40. And more Definitions Slides via SlLideSharehttp://www.slideshare.net/cinbarnsley/terrorism-keynotess?v=qf2&b=&from_search=6
    41. 41. Thank you! Comments to bsilcock@asu.edu @DrBillASU

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