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Lucas Forgue 11-10-99 Media to the Masses What is the mass media Mass media is defined by means of public communication reaching a large audience It is a combination of television broadcasts radio shows newspaper headlines and magazine articles To some it is a way of learning what is happening in the world To others it is an invasion of peoples lives and the way they live How do these two sides of the spectrum look at the world of mass media The content of information found in newspapers magazines and on television gives a certain insight on how things are changing in the world Most people sit down at night and read the paper or watch the nightly news to find out what went on during the day Today many may find that in these broadcasts there is mainly troubling news about a third world country and their unhealthy way of life or about a horrible fire that took a familys home There is also the presence of the positive newsworthy events For example how well the Walk For Life walk-a-thon did for raising money Also upcoming events that one may want to attend such as a play a local high school or a band that consists of former classmates It is also evident of how the media may get carried away with discussing a celebritys life To some they may find this very entertaining and a way to forget about their own troubles To others it may seem wrong that the media can pry so profusely in ones personal life and not show any remorse You may find this a lot when discussing celebrities and their personal lives It even has its own periodicals and television shows solely based on celebrities way of life Will this kind of behavior increase or will it decline It might be an invasion of privacy but most of us see it as a form of
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