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  • Talk Radio - 413 words
    Talk Radio In Talk Radio, Oliver Stone brings together all venues of filmmaking to capture the story he wants to tell. With tremendous collaboration from the DP, the production designer, the writer, and the performers, Stone calculated a tight, moving film in high style. Beginning with the script, Stone and Bogosian formed a laborious respect in the nature of the piece. They each understood the underlying theme that Barry repeats over and over again. If you dont like it, why dont you turn it off? (sic) They went after the build up of Barrys paranoia and need for voice/attention, knowing all along he would have to die for the film to mean anything. We start the film off in the clutches of its ...
    Related: radio, radio station, talk radio, oliver stone, real world
  • Digital Broadcasting - 1,550 words
    ... ver increasing influx of new independent radio stations like Virgin 1215 and Talk Radio have challenged the BBCs long time monopoly. The BBC itself introduced Radio5, then re-launched it to become a 24 hour news and sports station called Radio Five Live. The advance of technology in the last ten years has brought the British public more choice. Sky and Cable broadcasting companies have been offering a wider range of programmes on and anything, Originally un-regulated the massive scale of choice brought new sources of entertainment. As in 1937 when the FA Cup final was first broadcast on radio, the Cricket World Cup of 1992 was exclusive to Sky Sports causing major increases in sales. Ter ...
    Related: broadcasting, digital, digital television, public service, communication studies
  • Hate Speech - 723 words
    Hate Speech Hate speech, particularly talk radio show hosts continue to cross the line. They do so with regularity, receive a slap on the wrist and then return making excuses for their exploits, and damning the one or more of their followers for acting out violence after hearing the radio host comments. In fact, in an article in the New York Times on 1-1-95 Don Baker of KVOR radio in Colorado Springs, Colo. removed himself from the air. Mr.Baker encouraged listeners to take guns to Washington to protest a ban on assault weapons. Callers to his show accused him of inspiring Francis M. Duran, a Colorado Springs man, to fire shots at the White House. Mr. Baker removed himself from his show in N ...
    Related: free speech, hate speech, talk radio, ronald reagan, host
  • Intelligence - 1,476 words
    Intelligence The increasingly difficult life for low IQ people is not caused by high IQ people, but by other factors. Segregation and tension occur across IQ lines by the nature of humanity and not by the implications of high IQ people. Let's face it, life is tough for everyone regardless of his or her placement on the intelligence scale. You're too smart, too stupid, too beautiful, too ugly, too hard, too soft, too nice too mean; we've all heard it. Almost everyone can indicate some inherent trait that has made his or her life difficult. Individuals with a low IQ may point out that their low level of g has been the cause of problems in life. Intelligence researchers have found strong eviden ...
    Related: intelligence, intelligence scale, minimum wage, states government, webster
  • Media Too Powerful - 1,405 words
    ... show came under even more scrutiny, and many people felt that Jenny Jones and her show was also responsible for this murder. People can't have trust in the media and many don't feel they can trust the judicial system. The media has taken it one step further, there is a book in the works on this case and they are negotiating a movie. It is hard to believe anyone could profit from this (French 1). Was the Vietnam War lost because of the media or because of political policies executed by senior commanders in Vietnam and by elected officials in Washington? The military claims that American reporters had free access to most battlefields, and were against the American effort. Officers claim t ...
    Related: media, news & media, public opinion, freedom of the press, british
  • Prejudice - 1,362 words
    ... zed the show "Murphy Brown" for depicting a single working mom having a child out of wedlock. The second most powerful man in the world was being prejudice towards women for working and not staying at home with their children. He was blasted by some of the media, yet he still found quite a few followers from our society. Society has come along way with beliefs of the roles of women, but we certainly have a lot further to travel. Another example I would like to present is one that I experienced in a military Equal Opportunity Training class I participated in. The instructor began the class by stating she would give an example of gender prejudice if we would listen to her story and then wr ...
    Related: prejudice, government policy, contributing factor, university press, american
  • Same Sex Marriage - 1,976 words
    ... ense of any kind in one state, it is upheld in the other states as well. It also notes that congress has the right to define the effect in which one state's laws act upon another state (Kersch, 1996). This is not meant to take away all of the state's rights, just that the state has to present reasons why it will not accept another states laws. DOMA takes away that aspect of the Full Faith and Credit Clause. The normal rule for interstate marriage is to uphold the marriage as long as it is valid where it was originally celebrated (Kersch, 1996). The Full Faith and Credit Clause keeps states from selectively discriminating based on how desirable or obnoxious the other states policy is. Thu ...
    Related: gay marriage, homosexual marriage, same-sex marriage, equal rights, bibliography references
  • Who Killed Jonbenet - 1,071 words
    Who Killed Jonbenet The brutal murder of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey on Christmas night in 1996 shocked America to its core. Just as the Lindbergh baby kidnapping and murder seven decades earlier had seared the nation's consciousness, this murder - of a beautiful and talented child in a wealthy Boulder, Colorado home --renewed every parent's worst nightmare. It has been nearly three years since this violent crime occurred and no one has been brought to justice. At 6:48 p.m., Dec. 23, 1996, a 911 call was placed from the Ramsey home to the Boulder Police Department. The call was terminated before a police dispatcher could speak to the caller. Six minutes later the police called the Ramsey home ...
    Related: talk radio, search warrant, violent crime, ramsey, shock
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