Invisible Powers

McKenzie, Nick
September 2000
Australian Screen Education;Spring2000, Issue 24, p4
Academic Journal
Deals with the personal influence of any proprietor of a media organization in relation to the editorial or news coverage of their news outlet in Australia. Threat to journalistic freedom and independence; Four main instances that may prompt a newspaper proprietor to unduly interfere in the operations of a newsroom; Role of an editor in the culling, cutting and refining of articles.


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