ABSTRACT. Rosen claims that newspapers have to investigate the main issues of the community and give a chance to groups that have different opinions to discuss them. Entman holds that media may be systematically assisting certain entities to induce their preferred behavior in others. Ward provides the philosophical framework for pragmatic news objectivity. Picard notices that changes in technologies, society, and media-use patterns are disrupting the business models that provided financial resources for news organizations. Barnhurst observes that reporters’ definition of news emerged as the telegraph and telephone (along with wire services) became a network for covering the who, what, when, and where of politics.


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