The History of a Crisis: External Factors

  • John Hill


Newspapers have been used throughout this work as an exemplar of a developed — probably the most developed — medium and, where useful, comparisons have been drawn with other media. In the previous chapter, the emphasis was on newspapers’ relationships with elements of their environment. In this chapter, the focus will be on relationships within the newspaper structure, especially the rise of political power, and the effect these had upon how newspapers were managed. A newspaper has two main contributors of content: the editorial function and the advertising department. The department responsible for translating this content into the final product is the production department, which hands on the completed newspaper to the distribution staff for transmission to the newsagents, who in their turn sell the newspapers to the public.


Oklahoma City Newspaper Management Printing Press Branch Official Retail Price Index 
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  • John Hill
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  1. 1.UK

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