Political media relations, understood here to be the interaction between politics and political journalism, have long been considered a type of political communication taking place between relatively few professional communicators. Journalists working for leading media outlets provide coverage both on current developments and on long term policies, and professional spokespersons, inter alia working for governmental bodies and major political parties, provide them with the necessary information for that coverage.
KeywordsCommunicative Exchange Actual Adaptation Political Organisation Political Communication Marginal Actor
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