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MEDIA CREDIBILITY AND ETHICS IN TELEVISION NEWS

MEDIA CREDIBILITY AND ETHICS IN TELEVISION NEWS We shall focus here on the complex reconstructive and subjective nature of news reception, the different ways the audience constructs meaningful interpretations from the news, exposure to news and the construction of images of reality. Schaap describes differences and similarities in television news interpretations, and relates them to differences and similarities in the audience. Porto analyzes the changes in TV Globo’s model of journalism, seeking to contribute to the development of theoretical perspectives that can account for changes in television journalism practices in transitional societies. Fenton et al. remark that the news organizations have responded to the new climate by investing heavily in online platforms, capitalising on their market dominance and brand loyalty, and increasing their audience share online. Keywords: subjective, news, audience, television, journalism, society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice Addleton Academic Publishers

MEDIA CREDIBILITY AND ETHICS IN TELEVISION NEWS

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Addleton Academic Publishers
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© 2009 Addleton Academic Publishers
ISSN
1948-9137
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2162-2752
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Abstract

We shall focus here on the complex reconstructive and subjective nature of news reception, the different ways the audience constructs meaningful interpretations from the news, exposure to news and the construction of images of reality. Schaap describes differences and similarities in television news interpretations, and relates them to differences and similarities in the audience. Porto analyzes the changes in TV Globo’s model of journalism, seeking to contribute to the development of theoretical perspectives that can account for changes in television journalism practices in transitional societies. Fenton et al. remark that the news organizations have responded to the new climate by investing heavily in online platforms, capitalising on their market dominance and brand loyalty, and increasing their audience share online. Keywords: subjective, news, audience, television, journalism, society

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Contemporary Readings in Law and Social JusticeAddleton Academic Publishers

Published: Jan 1, 2010

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