The press lords(late 19th century)     Joseph Pulitzer (1847-1911)     Owner of the “New York World”                 (1883)
William Hearst (1863-1951)Owner of the “New Jork Journal”            (1895)
YELLOW JOURNALISM PULITZER VS HEARST
• Newspapers were limited                 to local and regional news.                 • Investigative reporting           ...
•Propaganda dominated The Press.•Pravda neswpaper was produced.• The Committee on PublicInformation was created.
•Radio dominated this perdiod.•Television was first demostrated.
•The great depression helped thegrowth of the radio.•Radio infiltrated all aspects ofAmerican life.•President Roosevelt ma...
•The media was used as apowerful toool to encourage thewar effort.•A public debate over cross-mediaownership arose.•The Fa...
“The Golden Age of Television”
•The big events of the decadeappeared live on the televisionscreen.•“Muckracking” was revidedduring this period.          ...
The media battles the government•The “Pentagon Papers” case erupted.•“The Watergate Scandal” occured.                     ...
•Explosive growth of the media.•Satellite television reported events acorssthe world live.•Advertising glorified wealth, b...
•The internet links the world.•“e-zines” (electronicmagazines) appeared.•Information about the worldavailable in the compu...
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  1. 1. The press lords(late 19th century) Joseph Pulitzer (1847-1911) Owner of the “New York World” (1883)
  2. 2. William Hearst (1863-1951)Owner of the “New Jork Journal” (1895)
  3. 3. YELLOW JOURNALISM PULITZER VS HEARST
  4. 4. • Newspapers were limited to local and regional news. • Investigative reporting emerged. “Muckraking”•The radio was iniciated.
  5. 5. •Propaganda dominated The Press.•Pravda neswpaper was produced.• The Committee on PublicInformation was created.
  6. 6. •Radio dominated this perdiod.•Television was first demostrated.
  7. 7. •The great depression helped thegrowth of the radio.•Radio infiltrated all aspects ofAmerican life.•President Roosevelt made useof it to speak to the masses. President Franklin Roosevelt- “fireside chat”.
  8. 8. •The media was used as apowerful toool to encourage thewar effort.•A public debate over cross-mediaownership arose.•The Fairness doctrine is created.
  9. 9. “The Golden Age of Television”
  10. 10. •The big events of the decadeappeared live on the televisionscreen.•“Muckracking” was revidedduring this period. The landing on the moon, 1969. Vietnan war, 1965.
  11. 11. The media battles the government•The “Pentagon Papers” case erupted.•“The Watergate Scandal” occured. The watergate Hotel.
  12. 12. •Explosive growth of the media.•Satellite television reported events acorssthe world live.•Advertising glorified wealth, beauty andsuccess.
  13. 13. •The internet links the world.•“e-zines” (electronicmagazines) appeared.•Information about the worldavailable in the computer.

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