Research vs Broadcast: Inevitable Challenge or Possible Integration
In media field, there have been many attempts to bring
theory to TV channels, news bulletins, talk-show and opinion
programs. Nevertheless, newsrooms and program producers
tend to avoid serious consideration of such theories and
refrain from confining themselves to the restrictions imposed
by these theories.
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