How Showbiz Values Are Corrupting the NewsBook - 1998
In a hard-hitting, yet personal critique of the media, Knowlton Nash decries the surge of sensationalism. Hopeful that the pendulum will swing back to serious reportage, Nash believes the public will increasingly rely on journalists as teachers rather than entertainers.
Publisher: Toronto : M&S, c1998
Characteristics: 240 p. ; 24 cm