ABSTRACT. Shenk explains that journalists are more necessary in the information glutted world. Curran notices that the political culture of liberal democracies is very alert to the threat posed by governments to the freedom of public media. Rezende asserts that while on the press news is the most important genre, on TV the news has to dispute a space on the programming. Franklin observes that journalism's editorial priorities have changed.


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