Contains 34 Results:
"The Dirty Dozen" by Raymond Arice
Contains "The Prime Time President" by Richard Reeves and the booklet "The Presidency and the Press" published by the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs.
Various Articles about Press Secretaries and the relationship between the White House and the Press.
Miscellaneous articles and material about the White House Press Room.
Clippings about the relationship between the Press and White House during the Carter Administration.
Contains invitation to banquets, press badges to inaugurations, and a letter from Robert E. Lee, the secreatry of the National Press Club.
Description of the decisions and feelings around the sale of the Times of London. A great deal of interest is paid to Robert Murdoch as a possible buyer.
Folder contains newspaper articleso n the role of journalism in society. Articles range from opinion and editorials to reports on the difficulties faced by reporters on assignement. The bias of the news is also discussed.
Folder contains peices on journalism, opinions on journalism, and the proper role of journalism in sociery. Other articles discuss media coverage of terrorism and the Watergate Scandal.
Collection of material concerning the press and role of press in society. Much of the material examines the press' stewardship of different stories and how coverage biases the 'true' story. Other peices cover public figure's criticism of the press.
Items discuss journalism and journalist's coverage of news leaks, the Middle East, and the Vietnam War (particularly the Tet Offensice and My Lai Massacre).
Contains magazine articles detailing the role of the press in society. Media bias, business influence, government influence, and the lack of variety among news sources (mainly the Associated Press and United Press Intenrational).
Contains Washington Star and Washington Post related telex.
Contains material relating to Kay Graham, women sports writiers, investigative reporting, stew alsop, postal rates, the ear, losing the inner and city magazines.
Contains information on Press Strike, trancripts and White House scene, changes at the Times, Sally Quinn, the Crown Prince, the National Enquirer, Who's for Whom, public televsion news programs, congressional investigations, energey crises, AIM advertisements, Vietnam War, and the Shield Bill.
Telex and copy of "The Seeling of Reuters" article.
The 1978-79 Printers' Strike in London shutdown the Times of London, and the Sunday Times newspapers. Art White was the TIME, Inc. correspondent who wrote on the event.