Politics at Six and Eleven P.M.
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Television news is the most important source of information utilized by today's public. The attitudes, the fears, the responsibilities that the men and women who report the news experience influence all of us. Yet no matter who the newsman maybe or where he is from, there are feelings common throughout the profession. A sense of duty to the public, a sense of professionalism, fear and reprehension at government or commercial control all make up these binding ties. The following is a look at not only some of these feelings but also at the political and commercial pressures placed upon newsmen and the new-styled political campaigns of this electronic age of journalism.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.