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 29. MASS MEDIA.

The mass media includes newspapers, magazine, radio, television, and the Internet; all of which are ways that information is distributed.

The United States:

Newspapers: There are really no national newspapers in the United States as there are in the United Kingdom. The closest to a national newspaper is USA Today, which gives a very superficial account of both national and international news and can also be bought in Europe.

Newspapers occur in 2 forms: broadsheets and tabloids. Broadsheets are larger and folded across the pages. They are more serious in their presentation of the news. The best known are: The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Times. Tabloids are smaller, their pages are not folded and they usually present a more sensational account of the news. The best known is The Daily News published in New York City. The Wall Street Journal is the foremost financial newspaper. Almost all American newspapers appear in the morning. Almost very town and city in the United States has its own daily or weekly newspaper.

Magazines: There are 3 weekly news magazines published in the United States. These are Time, Newsweek, and The U.S. News and World Report. A very popular monthly magazine is National Geographic.

Radio: Almost all radio and television is owned by private commercial companies. There are 3 major radio networks in the United States. Each is composed of a number of independent stations, which can select, which networks programs they wish to present or they can create their own programs. The networks are CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System), NBC (National Broadcasting Corporation), and ABC (American Broadcasting Corporation), all based in New York City. In addition to the networks and their affiliated stations, there are many independent stations throughout the United States.

Television: When television began in the United States their were a number of independent stations and the 3 radio networks expanded into television becoming CBS-TV, NBC-TV, and ABC-TV. In the 1980s 2 new national networks appeared. They are CNN (Cable News Network) based in Atlanta and Fox-TV, which developed from 20th Century Fox a film company based in Los Angeles. There are also a number of independent stations in larger cities and cable and satellite stations.


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