Some articles on media, media project:
... The idea of democratic media stems from the belief that media is a vital part of a democratic society “ First, media perform essential political, social, economic, and cultural functions in modern ... In such societies, media are the principal source of political information and access to public debate, and the key to an informed, participating, self-governing citizenry ... Democracy requires a media system that provides people with a wide range of opinion and analysis and debate on important issues, reflects the diversity of citizens, and promotes public ...
... The Media Project is a weekly radio program that provides an inside look at media coverage of current events ... During the show, the panelists engage in spirited debate on timely media issues ... Print, television, radio, and internet media are covered ...
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