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Should news networks have to disclose how much advertising revenue they bring in from each political candidate?

Question by For Your Information: Should news networks have to disclose how much advertising revenue they bring in from each political candidate?
It would seem there is definitely an incentive for many major news networks to play soft ball with the president because he will have a billion dollars in the bank to advertise with next year.

Media outlets make money selling advertisements.

What do you think?
@fush ya…….”Shouldn’t people be smart enough to see it themselves?”

I don’t know about “should”, I just know what people currently are. Uninformed and getting manipulated on a daily basis is the tip of the iceberg. The news media is only perpetuating the problem.

Best answer:

Answer by StephenG
Yes

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Is Obama delaying his press conference to help boost ratings for the news networks?

Question by Bopped: Is Obama delaying his press conference to help boost ratings for the news networks?
Is Obama trying to help the economy by giving the news organizations lots of time to capture the audience and sell more advertising?

Best answer:

Answer by SkyesTheLimit
no somethings going on hes not ready yet

What do you think? Answer below!

Why do local television networks spend so much time each day advertising their news shows.?

Question by hazzard: Why do local television networks spend so much time each day advertising their news shows.?
They could use that time to report more news throughout the day. I think it is because they are more concerned about commercial revenue than keeping the pubic as informed as possible. What do you think.

Best answer:

Answer by ladi_d81
A lot of them will do that to create a buzz and hopefully attract some people to watch their show. Sometimes, they even have a small ‘news break’ where they will only give you the main headline of the story, but not anything else about it so you have to come back and watch if you want to know what it is about (such as what normal household chemical could be compromising your health? Find out with news at 10).
Just like everything else in the world it has become extremely commercialized.

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CyberAlert Launches TV News Monitoring Service: Monitors News Programs on Networks and Local TV Stations in Top 100 Markets

Stratford, CT (PRWEB) May 12, 2005

CyberAlert, Inc., a worldwide media monitoring company for public relations, corporate communications and market intelligence, today launched CyberAlert TV, a new broadcast news monitoring service.

CyberAlert is offering a limited time 30-day no-risk free trial of the new CyberAlert TV service at http://www.cyberalert.com/cyberalerttv.html.

The new CyberAlert TV service (www.cyberalert.com/cyberalerttv.html) monitors news programs of cable news channels 24/7, newscasts of national TV networks and scheduled news programs of local TV stations in the top 100 U.S. markets. In all, the new television broadcast news monitoring service from CyberAlert captures, filters, and clips the closed caption text of over 1,800 hours of news per day – morning, noon, evening and night — on more than 600 TV networks and local stations.

The new TV news monitoring service is fully integrated with CyberAlert’s other online media monitoring and press clipping services including CyberAlert 4.0 which monitors 25,000+ online news sources worldwide in 17 languages; Netpinions which monitors consumer discussion and word-of-mouth “buzz” in 100,000+ Usenet news groups, message boards and forums; and BlogSquirrel which monitors new daily content in 5+ million blogs (weblogs).

“As a stand-alone service, CyberAlert TV offers the benefits of more comprehensive TV news coverage, greater clip accuracy and lower costs compared with most stand-alone broadcast monitoring services. But, more importantly, CyberAlert now enables companies, government agencies and not-for-profit organizations to gain enormous efficiencies by combining press clipping, broadcast monitoring and word-of-mouth consumer discussion monitoring into a single service with unsurpassed coverage of all media,” stated William J. Comcowich, President and CEO of CyberAlert, Inc. “A fully integrated, one-stop media monitoring service like CyberAlert is the most convenient, time-efficient and cost-effective way to find and ‘clip’ what’s being said about a company, its products, people, issues and competitors. Clips in an integrated media monitoring service are easier to manage and measure; yield greater market intelligence; enhance insight into issues and trends; and provide the resources to perform more finely-grained assessment of marketing initiatives and public relations programs.”    

Additional information about CyberAlert TV and other CyberAlert services for monitoring news and consumer discussion is available at http://www.cyberalert.com.

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