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CMC 220 Entire Course (UOP)For more course tutorials visit
www.tutorialrank.comTutorial Purchased: 3 Times, Rating: A+CMC 220 Week 1 CheckPoint: Right to the Facts vs. Civic Journalism
CMC 220 Week 1 DQs PART 1 OF 2
CMC 220 Week 1 DQs PART 2 OF 2
CMC 220 Week 2 Assignment: News Content and Delivery Changes
CMC 220 Week 2 CheckPoint: The Future of Print Media
CMC 220 Week 3 CheckPoint: Objective and Interpretive News
CMC 220 Week 3 DQs PART 1 OF 2
CMC 220 Week 3 DQs PART 2 OF 2
CMC 220 Week 4 Assignment: Editing an Article
CMC 220 Week 4 CheckPoint: Influence of Editorial Work
CMC 220 Week 4 Exercise: Collaborative Editing
CMC 220 Week 5 DQs PART 1 of 2
CMC 220 Week 5 DQs PART 2 of 2
CMC 220 Week 6 CheckPoint: News Web Design
CMC 220 Week 7 CheckPoint: Broadcasting
CMC 220 Week 7 DQs PART 1 of 2
CMC 220 Week 7 DQs PART 2 of 2
CMC 220 Week 8 CheckPoint: Role of the Press
CMC 220 Week 8 Assignment: Effect of Technological Advances
CMC 220 Capstone Discussion Question
CMC 220 Final Project: News Content and Delivery

———————————–CMC 220 Final Project News Content and Delivery (UOP)For more course tutorials visit
www.tutorialrank.comTutorial Purchased: 3 Times, Rating: A+Final Project: News Content and Delivery
Resource: Appendix A
Due Date: Day 7 [Individual] forum
Read or watch all of these news media on two separate days:
CBS
NBC
ABC
The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
CNN
Fox News Channel
The Daily Show
Identify the news media above with specific examples of the following types of news content and style of delivery:
Political news
Financial news
Entertainment news
Objective news reporting
Analysis
Opinion
Bias balance
Satire
Sensationalism
CMC 220 Information Products and Presentations
Course Syllabus Page 20
Discuss, in 1,750 to 2,050 words, which media you think best serve both the public interest and the ethics of journalism, and why. Which of these media…

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