How magazines covered media companies mergers: The case of the evolution of Time Inc.

This study examined how magazines covered media companies' mergers. Specifically, the coverage of three mergers involving Time Inc. was content-analyzed to see differences based on ownership and magazine type. The findings suggest that Time and Fortune favored their parent company in terms of valence or direction of coverage of the merger, emphasis on the company, and amount of coverage. Other results showed the difference in how mergers were framed by news magazines and business magazines.
Publisher
ASSN EDUC JOURNALISM MASS COMMUNICATION
Issue Date
2002
Language
ENG
Keywords

PRESIDENTIAL-ELECTION; ADVERTISEMENTS; NEWS

Citation

JOURNALISM MASS COMMUNICATION QUARTERLY, v.79, no.3, pp.681 - 696

ISSN
1077-6990
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/84592
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KSIM-Journal Papers(저널논문)
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