By Alison Dagnes
This riveting booklet presents a nonpartisan exam of the way the technological alterations and monetary imperatives of the media have resulted in an entertainment-driven information process poorly fitted to document on American politics.
• Interviews with C-SPAN CEO Brian Lamb, Time magazine's television critic James Poniewozak, Saturday evening Live Weekend replace head author Alex Baze, and others make clear state-of-the-art media
• A chronology examines the technological development of the yankee media and the monetary advancements of media company possession over the last 50 years
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