The Media Scoreboard, Final Round: Lessons of Campaign ’92
The Homestretch: New Politics. New Media. New Voters?
Freedom Forum Media Studies Center
The role of the press as the conveyer and often the interpreter of events has been vastly altered by this campaign, agreed the panel of media and political experts, professionals and scholars who met at the Center IO days after the election for the final round of discussions on "The Media and Campaign '92." But whether the candidates' fairly successful attempt at an end run around the news media through the use ofTV and radio talk shows is a lasting change remains to be seen.
_____. “‘New’ Media Voices Challenge the ‘Old’ Media Status Quo.” In The Research Group of the Freedom Forum Media Studies Center. The Homestretch: New Politics. New Media. New Voters? “The Media and Campaign ’92” series. (New York: The Freedom Forum Media Studies Center, 1992) pp. 99-101.