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[EAN: 9780060853952], [PU: William Morrow Paperbacks], History|United States|General, Language Arts & Disciplines|Journalism, Political Science|General, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: At a time when the world has been blindsided by failures of intelligence, a veteran CBS News correspondent reveals how the news media has betrayed our trust and endangered our democracy. Tom Fenton is the senior European correspondent for CBS News. In his long journalistic experience, he has reported on everything from the fall of the Shah of Iran to the crumbling of communism in East Germany to the bombing of Israel during the first Gulf War. Today he has covered the movements of al Qaeda throughout Europe-a story he was tracking before 9/11. And in the three years since, he has come to a sobering realization: the American news media-and network TV news in particular-has abdicated its responsibility to the American people. As Fenton points out, much of America still gets its news from the networks. But in the years leading to 9/11 the coverage of terrorism was sporadic at best, focusing on acts of terror rather than the people and movements that caused them. It was Washington's job to connect the dots, Fenton argues, but it was the news business's job to track the story and watchdog the government's vigilance-and both sides failed. "By the time of the Bush-Kerry election," Fenton writes, "for the first time, the news media had an even worse credibility gap" than the government's. Lulled into complacency by the Cold War, gutted by corporate bottom-lining bottom feeders, the news media missed the story of the century-just as they'd missed hundreds of others in the years before, from Kosovo to Chechnya. As a frequent voice in the wilderness himself-who tried unsuccessfully to interest CBS in an Osama bin Laden interview in the 1990s-Fenton charges that the news media must change its perspective from that of an entertainment-industry offshoot to that of a keeper of the public trust. And he argues that his industry must foster a new patriotic skepticism, one that will both inform the people and help Washington defend the country better. Tom Fenton's passionate argument for change in the political sector is being embraced by readers on all sides. Since its publication in the United States Bad News has won wide and critical acclaim from such publications as Publisher's Weekly, Washington Post, and Christian Science Monitor.

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At a time when the world has been blindsided by failures of intelligence, a veteran CBS News correspondent reveals how the news media has betrayed our trust and endangered our democracy. Tom Fenton is the senior European correspondent for CBS News. In his long journalistic experience, he has reported on everything from the fall of the Shah of Iran to the crumbling of communism in East Germany to the bombing of Israel during the first Gulf War. Today he has covered the movements of al Qaeda throughout Europe-a story he was tracking before 9/11. And in the three years since, he has come to a sobering realization: the American news media-and network TV news in particular-has abdicated its responsibility to the American people. As Fenton points out, much of America still gets its news from the networks. But in the years leading to 9/11 the coverage of terrorism was sporadic at best, focusing on acts of terror rather than the people and movements that caused them. It was Washington's job to connect the dots, Fenton argues, but it was the news business's job to track the story and watchdog the government's vigilance-and both sides failed. "By the time of the Bush-Kerry election," Fenton writes, "for the first time, the news media had an even worse credibility gap" than the government's. Lulled into complacency by the Cold War, gutted by corporate bottom-lining bottom feeders, the news media missed the story of the century-just as they'd missed hundreds of others in the years before, from Kosovo to Chechnya. As a frequent voice in the wilderness himself-who tried unsuccessfully to interest CBS in an Osama bin Laden interview in the 1990s-Fenton charges that the news media must change its perspective from that of an entertainment-industry offshoot to that of a keeper of the public trust. And he argues that his industry must foster a new patriotic skepticism, one that will both inform the people and help Washington defend the country better. Tom Fenton's passionate argument for change in the political sector is being embraced by readers on all sides. Since its publication in the United States Bad News has won wide and critical acclaim from such publications as Publisher's Weekly, Washington Post, and Christian Science Monitor. Bad News: The Decline of Reporting, the Business of News, and the Danger to Us All Fenton, Tom, ReganBooks

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At a time when the world has been blindsided by failures of intelligence, a veteran Cbs News correspondent reveals how the news media has betrayed our trust and endangered our democracy. Tom Fenton is the senior European correspondent for Cbs News. In his long journalistic experience, he has reported on everything from the fall of the Shah of Iran to the crumbling of communism in East Germany to the bombing of Israel during the first Gulf War. Today he has covered the movements of al Qaeda throughout Europe & ndash;a story he was tracking before 9/11. And in the three years since, he has come to a sobering realization: the American news media & ndash;and network Tv news in particular & ndash;has abdicated its responsibility to the American people. As Fenton points out, much of America still gets its news from the networks. But in the years leading to 9/11 the coverage of terrorism was sporadic at best, focusing on acts of terror rather than the people and movements that caused them. It was Washington's job to connect the dots, Fenton argues, but it was the news business's job to track the story and watchdog the government's vigilance & ndash;and both sides failed. "By the time of the Bush & ndash;Kerry election," Fenton writes, "for the first time, the news media had an even worse credibility gap" than the government's. Lulled into complacency by the Cold War, gutted by corporate bottom & ndash;lining bottom feeders, the news media missed the story of the century & nd communication and media studies,education and reference,journalism and nonfiction,political science,politics and government,politics and social sciences,social sciences,social theory,sociology,writing Politics & Social Sciences, William Morrow Paperbacks

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Bad News: The Decline of Reporting, the Business of News, and the Danger to Us All
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Fenton, Tom

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Bad News: The Decline of Reporting, the Business of News, and the Danger to Us All

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9780060853952

As the senior European correspondent for CBS News, Tom Fenton reported on everything from the Shah of Iran to the movements of al Qaeda throughout Europe -- a story he was tracking before 9/11. And what he has learned is sobering: Our once-noble news media has abdicated its responsibility to the American people, and endangered us in the process. In "Bad News," Fenton traces the drastic decline of "the news" back to the fall of the Soviet Union, when networks gutted their news operations, and in-depth reporting was replaced with sensationalistic crime stories and simpleminded "news you can use." The result? America was left utterly unprepared for the war on terror about to descend on its doorstep. Fenton's book is a rousing jeremiad -- and a plea for the news media to reestablish its role as a keeper of the public trust.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780060853952
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0060853956
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2005
Herausgeber: REGAN BOOKS
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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