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The subject of an article cannot automatically limit which of these? effectiveness, timeliness, audience, purpose (ive had 3 different "experts" tell me they cant answer this...
Weegy: effectiveness User: Blogging _____. is a form of mass communication is regulated by the FCC illustrates how the public has become more and more involved in the media does not really constitute mass media Weegy: Blogging is a form of mass communication and illustrates how the public has become more and more involved in the media. User: The FCC's original rule that equal time must be given does not apply to which of the following, and why? Radio; because there are fewer broadcasting licenses available than people who wish to broadcast. Thus, it is necessary that the FCC step in to make sure that the viewpoints of people other than those who own licenses are represented in the media. Cable television; because by the time it was invented most of the Fairness Doctrine had been abolished, except for the political editorial rule and the personal attack rule. It applies to media types (radio, television, and Internet); to assure that no one viewpoint dominates. The Internet; because the Internet is not regulated by anyone. Newspapers; because, in theory, anyone can start his own newspaper and express his point of view whereas the number of people who can participate in radio and television is limited by broadcast frequencies. Weegy: Radio; because there are fewer broadcasting licenses available than people who wish to broadcast. Thus, it is necessary that the FCC step in to make sure that the viewpoints of people other than those who own licenses are represented in the media. User: The corporate media is in business to turn a profit, so how do broadcast networks make their money when programs themselves are free? Broadcasters sold airtime to sponsors who then used it to run advertisements for their goods and services. The media was a not-for-profit organization until the advent of cable. Broadcasters charged viewers a subscriber's fee for listening or viewing. Broadcast companies received a cut of the profits from the sales of radio and television ... (More)
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Which of the following best describes the role that the popularity of newspapers played in the success of The Federalist Papers? As newspapers became more popular, they were distributed in Europe. This helped the Federalists gain foreign support for their cause. As their support grew, some European countries sent the Federalists money to help them get the Constitution passed. Newspapers had become more popular and were printed daily. Because of this, several of the Federalists' essays were ...
Weegy: B)As newspapers became more popular, they were distributed in Europe. This helped the Federalists gain foreign support for their cause. [ As their support grew, some European countries sent the Federalists money to help them get the Constitution passed. ] User: Which of the following best describes the function of the Federal Communications Commission? User: Since the abolition of the Fairness Doctrine, who or what controls the amount of time given to opposing viewpoints? advertising revenue state governing commissions viewers print journalists none of the above Weegy: advertising (More)
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Why do we begin our studies of media with the invention of the printing press? because it led to a newfound interest in current events because it made immediately possible the mass production of newspapers because it was the first tool of mass communication that made the exchange of information possible. Question #23MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. When you evaluate media in a review, you provide interpretations rather than opinions. What do interpretations have that opinions ...
Weegy: 1.We begin our studies of media with the invention of the printing press because it was the first tool of mass communication that made the exchange of information possible. 2.Interpretations have that opinions lack because of judgments comes first. [ 3. receiving a portion of sales profits from radio/television sale. Companies whose broadcasts themselves are free make money by receiving a portion of sales profits from radio/television sale ] (More)
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