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Score: The agenda of the media is primarily to make money unless _____. the media outlet is public rather than corporate the media is interested in promoting a political goal the media is corporate the media promotes charities the media sells airtime or ad space to nonprofits
Weegy: the media outlet is public rather than corporate User: Three major events happen in one day. The producers of the KRSTZ radio program choose to cover only one of these stories. What kind of bias do they show? bias by omission unintentional bias inevitable bias It depends completely on what the events were, so there is not enough information to tell. bias by omission and bias by arrangement Weegy: bias by omission and bias by arrangement is the answer. User: Some bias is inevitable. Why? because it's impossible to cover everything in a completely balanced way because networks only run stories that will attract viewers and listeners because only certain types of stories will make money because there are no consequences for presenting a biased story. Weegy: That is true. It's virtually impossible to be completely unbiased. This must be kept in mind by the audience; there is always some bias in the media. User: Media outlets do not use ratings and subscription data for which of these purposes? to determine who their audience might be to make content decisions based on the demographics of their audience to establish their own agendas to select appropriate guests for their programs Weegy: Media outlets do not use ratings and subscription data for which of these purposes? To select appropriate guests for their programs. (More)
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Media outlets do not use ratings and subscription data for which of these purposes? to determine who their audience might be to make content decisions based on the demographics of their audience to establish their own agendas to select appropriate guests for their programs
Weegy: A)to determine who their audience might be User: The best way to determine whether a media is using bias by omission is to _____. consult a variety of sources decide whether or not you think information is missing come to terms with the idea that intentional omission happens no matter what, and move on Weegy: The best way to determine whether a media is using bias by omission is to decide whether or not you think information is missing. (More)
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a paragraph naming three possible agendas and one example of each that you might find in the media.
Weegy: We suggest Weegy PRO or Research to answer this question. User: Select all that apply. What are some ways that you might go about researching a television network's agenda? consulting the network's mission statement comparing its programming to programs run by other networks determining its bias analyzing who watches it Weegy: consulting the network's mission statement. comparing its programming to programs run by other networks. determining its bias. analyzing who watches it. User: Which of the following best describes bias? prejudice motivations negative feelings Weegy: hey. Bias = one sided:) Eg:The story was bias= The story was one sided. or If there was an argument between me and my friend, and I told you what happened. Because you have only one side of the story from me. [ [ you only have a biased picture of the whole story. I hope that helped.:) ] ] User: Select all that apply. Which of these best describes what is meant by agenda? It's something that motivates a producer or publisher. It is always one of the following: money, power, or recognition. It is a list of things that a person or group would like to see happen. It is what the author hopes to do for the person reading his article. It is another word for motive. none of the above Weegy: B)It is a list of things that a person or group would like to see happen. and D. It is another word for motive User: Select all that apply. Read the paragraph below to answer the question. Each year in this city, more than 350 pets go missing. Ninety percent of these pets will not be reunited with their owners unless they have a Found Pet Chip. A Found Pet Chip increases the chance of finding a lost pet from one in ten to nine in ten. The chip is simply implanted right under your pet's fur. It is only mildly uncomfortable for your pet, and it can help save him from becoming a stray. Which of the following is implied by the article? You should have a Found Pet Chip implanted ... (More)
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The subject of an article cannot automatically limit which of these? effectiveness timeliness audience purpose
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