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Businessmen, Partisans and Oligarchs: Political Control, News Production Philosophies And Partisan Bias In Mexican Television News
Unformatted Document Text:  17 To understand which of these factors influences coverage most, we regress the share of coverage that each party received in 2000 on a series of the variables in Table 1. Specifically, we include each coalition’s share of the valid vote in 1997 in the state from which the program was broadcast, as well as three dummy variables: government-owned television broadcasts where the same party was in power at the state-level, government-owned television stations where a different party held power at the state-level, and broadcasts of the main private networks in the national capital. (The base case for each regression would thus be all private television broadcasts outside the capital, plus those programs broadcast from the capital that were not owned by one of the major networks.) This analysis allows us to identify the effects of ownership and politics, controlling for the level of coverage that a party could expect to receive based on its 1997 vote. The results for each party are presented in Table 2 (below).

Authors: Hughes, Sallie. and Lawson, Chappell.
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To understand which of these factors influences coverage most, we regress the share of
coverage that each party received in 2000 on a series of the variables in Table 1. Specifically,
we include each coalition’s share of the valid vote in 1997 in the state from which the program
was broadcast, as well as three dummy variables: government-owned television broadcasts
where the same party was in power at the state-level, government-owned television stations
where a different party held power at the state-level, and broadcasts of the main private networks
in the national capital. (The base case for each regression would thus be all private television
broadcasts outside the capital, plus those programs broadcast from the capital that were not
owned by one of the major networks.) This analysis allows us to identify the effects of
ownership and politics, controlling for the level of coverage that a party could expect to receive
based on its 1997 vote. The results for each party are presented in Table 2 (below).


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