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    • Bacian staff

    • Branch Agricultural College (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
    • Bacian staff of 1948. Staff members include: Glory Spendlove (editor), Gayle Anderson and Hope Harding (associate editors), Paul Roberts and Glen Jorgenson (business managers), Margaret Hunter (art business manager), Klien Rollo (sports editor),...
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    • SILVER SCREEN 20 teams, these companies have been able to create new and ingenious ways to continuously engage their audiences to ensure their movies a spot in film history. Current Marketing Strategies for Films In today’s world, marketing...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 6 Leaving your dying wife for a younger, healthier woman In the midst of the 2008 presidential primary campaign, reports surfaced from The National Enquirer that Senator John Edwards of North Carolina, a...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 40 Non-apology Non-apology is a strategy used when the individual chooses not to comment on the allegations against his or her character. While Edwards rarely used this strategy, at one point he showed his...
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    • I Indians? No, just our roving reporters, Some people even study once in a while. Or is that soda pop, Doc? S'matter Poge? You re not wet or anything are you? The Eve of St. Mark . Most of these fellows have their own uniforms now
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    • KUDZU Leadership 58 papers I worked there was at least one dedicated reporter. I left the business because I was not committed to the story anymore. I could no longer put up with the tedium of small-town reporting. This is not the case for David...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 14 2007, p.50). Government, administration, local businesses, and other outside sources should have no influence on the content that is printed in a paper. Journalists must look at their society with the focus on informing the...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 16 expression. This book seeks to define meaningful forums where citizens can air their views about media to a large enough audience to make a significant impact (Dennis, Gillmor, & Glasser, 1989). Part of the present- day...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 17 that tells the individual to watch for more detail or not to believe a source. Journalists must be willing to look at each side of the issue fairly and justly. They must know when they are crossing ethical lines. They must use...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 24 information that grabs the reader’s attention. If students have an interest in the beat, it is always more exciting and rewarding to cover. The third section of the handbook focuses on writing and editorial guidelines. The...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 35 The third goal of the journalism program is to produce a quality newspaper and website. This is accomplished through a team effort. The team must work together toward the common goal. The classes associated with the student...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 63 • Working with reporters • Finding stories • Snowdrift photo requests • Assignment #3 Week Seven - The Photo Essay and Working with Lighting • Review of assignment #4 • Photographer of the day • Identifying photo...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 13 Literature Review This chapter focuses on research relating to National Geographic magazines, visual processes and narratives. The first part of this chapter will summarize research on National Geographic magazines and how they have...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 3 When the TA96 was signed into law radio stations, collectively worth over $700 million, were bought and sold during the first week (Bednarski, 2003). In 1996, there were approximately 5,100 radio station...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 98 A lot of people, anyone in a car, people listen around the house. People listen that don't want to sit in front of a computer or want something to listen to as they are going around the house without having...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 102 opinion. Any good station strives to be a voice for the community, through community issues through national issues that we can explain to them how it affects them locally, so any good radio station wants...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 124 time and we see it with these big scenarios. 9/11, Katrina or when tornadoes hit Joplin Missouri. That radio is the dominate source of information because it's the most reliable source for information....
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 126 Paul Ihander November 5, 2013 News Director/Assistant Program Director Bonneville Media Phoenix, AZ 1. What is radio's future? That is an excellent question. There is no definitive answer when it comes to...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 146 their audio entertainment. I think that HD radio will start gaining in 3 to 5 years if you haven't had a chance to listen to is pretty phenomenal, so the sound is there and for people that like to listen...

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