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Narratives and Television News Editing
Unformatted Document Text:  Narratives and Television News Editing 28 Lang, A., Zhou, S., Schwartz, N., Bolls, P.D., & Potter, R.F. (2000). The effects of edits on arousal, attention and memory for television messages: When an edit is an edit can an edit be too much? Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. 44(1), 94-109. Lang, A., Potter, D., and Grabe, M. E. (2003). Making news memorable: Applying theory to the production of local television news. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. 47(1), 113- 123. Liebes, T. (1994). Narrativization of the news: An introduction. Journal of Narrative and Life History. 4(1&2), 1-8. Lule, J. (2001). Daily news, eternal stories: The mythological role of journalism. New York, NY: The Guilford Press. McManus, J. H. (1994). Market-driven journalism: Let the citizen beware? Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. McChesney, R.W. (2004). The problem of the media: U.S. communication politics in the 21 st century. New York: Monthly Review Press. NPPA (2006). Mission Statement. Retrieved Monday, June 18, 2007 from: . Monaco, J. (1977). How to read a film. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. PEW Project for Excellence in Journalism (2011). The state of the news media: An annual report on American journalism. Retrieved from: . Schaefer, R. J. (2001). A longitudinal analysis of network news editing strategies from 1969 to 1997. AEJMC. Washington, DC. Schaefer, R.J. and Martinez III, T.J. (2009). Trends in network news editing strategies from 1969 through 2005. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. 53(3), 347-364.

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  Narratives and Television News Editing      28
Lang, A., Zhou, S., Schwartz, N., Bolls, P.D., & Potter, R.F. (2000). The effects of edits on 
arousal, attention and memory for television messages: When an edit is an edit can an edit be too 
much? Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. 44(1), 94-109.
Lang, A., Potter, D., and Grabe, M. E. (2003). Making news memorable: Applying theory to the 
production of local television news. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. 47(1), 113-
Liebes, T. (1994). Narrativization of the news: An introduction. Journal of Narrative and Life  
History. 4(1&2), 1-8.
Lule, J. (2001). Daily news, eternal stories: The mythological role of journalism. New York, 
NY: The Guilford Press.
McManus, J. H. (1994). Market-driven journalism: Let the citizen beware? Thousand Oaks, CA: 
Sage Publications, Inc.
McChesney, R.W. (2004). The problem of the media: U.S. communication politics in the 21
century. New York: Monthly Review Press.
NPPA (2006). Mission Statement. Retrieved Monday, June 18, 2007 from: 
Monaco, J. (1977). How to read a film. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
PEW Project for Excellence in Journalism (2011). The state of the news media: An annual report 
on American journalism. Retrieved from: 
Schaefer, R. J. (2001). A longitudinal analysis of network news editing strategies from 1969 to 
1997. AEJMC. Washington, DC.
Schaefer, R.J. and Martinez III, T.J.  (2009). Trends in network news editing strategies from 
1969 through 2005. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. 53(3), 347-364.

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