How U.S. TV Journalists talk about objectivity in 9/11 Coverage

Bidragets oversatte titel: Hvordan amerikanske tv-journalister taler om objektivitet i dækningen 11. september 2001

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Resumé

Artiklen bygger primært på interviews med nogle af de journalister, som dækkede 911 for ABC, NBC, MSNBC, CBS, CNN Og FOX News. De beskriver deres professionelle overvejelser i forbindelse med nogle af de aspekter, som er knyttet til forståelsen af objektivitet - herunder kildevalg, dækkende beskrivelse m.v.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelHow the World's News Media Reacted to 9/11 : Essays from Around the Globe
RedaktørerTomasz Pludowski
Antal sider18
Udgivelses stedSpokane, Washington
ForlagMarquette Books
Publikationsdato2007
Sider301-318
ISBN (Trykt)978-0-922993-66-6
StatusUdgivet - 2007

Emneord

  • Journalistik, objektivitet
  • 11. september 2001
  • Kildebrug
  • Tv-journalistik
  • Krisejournalistik

Citer dette

Mogensen, K. (2007). How U.S. TV Journalists talk about objectivity in 9/11 Coverage. I T. Pludowski (red.), How the World's News Media Reacted to 9/11: Essays from Around the Globe (s. 301-318). Spokane, Washington: Marquette Books.
Mogensen, Kirsten. / How U.S. TV Journalists talk about objectivity in 9/11 Coverage. How the World's News Media Reacted to 9/11: Essays from Around the Globe. red. / Tomasz Pludowski. Spokane, Washington : Marquette Books, 2007. s. 301-318
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How the World's News Media Reacted to 9/11: Essays from Around the Globe. red. / Tomasz Pludowski. Spokane, Washington : Marquette Books, 2007. s. 301-318.

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