Monthly Archives: July 2011

Advertising, children, and Adolescents

As we all know and probably get tired of hearing is how TV, especially advertisements, are making American children obese.   Well, that’s not the only mark that television is leaving on our youth.   Apparently a large amount of exposure is … Continue reading

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Banning Books in Public Schools

Robert Bovaird, Natalie Fisher, and Stephanie Switzky Dr. Qingjiang Yao COMM 128 24 July, 2011 Banning Books in Public Schools According to an article in School Library Journal, there were only 420 cases of written challenges to library books and … Continue reading

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Ivy Lee

Natalie Fisher Mass Media in a Free Society 22 July 2011 The Dawn of Public Relations Public Relations, what exactly is public relations? You hear so many people use that phrase or sometimes they shorten it up to just PR. … Continue reading

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David Ogilvy

Shelby Chapman Dr. Qingjiang Yao Communications 128 – Mass Media In A Free Society 15 July 2011 “The Pope Of Modern Advertising”             When you think of Advertising, you think of the big companies that lie behind their advertisements such … Continue reading

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Ted Turner

Ted Turner (1938 -) Ted Turner is a broadcasting entrepreneur, philanthropist, and sports enthusiast that created and developed some of the most profitable broadcasting and television networks in media history – TBS (Turner Broadcasting System), CNN (Cable News Network), and … Continue reading

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D.W Griffith

When people refer to the field of film, they will remember some famous actors, actress and other film directors. In the world of film, no one can deny the fact that D.W Griffith plays a vital role in the career … Continue reading

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Edward R. Murrow

Ashley Wiles Dr. Quinjiang Yao Mass Media in a Free Society 5 July, 2011 Edward Murrow “The Voice of America”   Nazis, Communism, Senators, oh my! These are just three of the subjects honest and endearing Egbert Roscoe Murrow followed up … Continue reading

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