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Other Authors Fisher, Paul L. 1918-
Lowenstein, Ralph Lynn, 1930-
B'nai B'rith. Anti-defamation League.
University of Missouri. Freedom of Information Center.
Subjects African Americans -- Civil rights.
Noirs américains -- Droits.
Press -- United States.
Presse -- États-Unis.
United States.
Description x, 158 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Papers and summaries of discussion sessions of the conference sponsored by the Freedom of Information Center of the University of Missouri and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
Contents The racial crisis and the news media -- Introduction and guidelines / Paul Fischer and Ralph Lowenstein -- The racial crisis and the news media : an overview / George P. Hunt -- Reporting the racial crisis in the North -- The smoldering fires / Benjamin F. Holman -- Reporting the racial story in Detroit / Martin S. Hayden -- Watts and the need for press involvement / James Bassett -- Reporting the racial crisis in the South -- Southern newsmen and local pressure / Buford Boone -- The wave beneath the froth / Hodding Carter III -- The changing content of racial news -- Keeper of a monster / Arthur B. Bertelson -- The American Negro and newspaper myths / Ted Poston -- Heat and light through the TV tube / Don Farmer -- Racial coverage : planning and logistics / Claude Sitton -- An evaluation of broadcasting's role in the racial crisis -- The visible and invisible images / William Peters -- Television : the chosen instrument of the revolution / William B. Monroe, Jr. -- Were broadcasters color blind? / Joseph L. Brechner -- Social persuaders and editorial judgment -- The media : observer or participant? / Lawrence S. Fanning -- The justice of persuasion / Samuel Dalsimer -- The role of the Negro press in the civil-rights struggle -- Introductory remarks / Robert Finkelstein -- Voice of protest, prophet of change / Thomas W. Young -- Beyond objectivity : the "fighting" press / Henry Lee Moon -- The new revolution : a postscript / Woody Klein.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)991325
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