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Professor Ted Coopman

RTVF 173

 

Theory Description - Annotated Bibliographys - Executive Summary - Practical Applications

 

Theorists:

George Flanigan

Jonathan Mangrum

Andrew Hellesen

Dan Hawkey

Chris Faulkner

 

__Framing in the Media__

 

These two videos show how a comedic interview between Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert and Congressman Robert Wexler was framed differently on the FOX News channel:

 

 

As you can see, Fox news chose to edit the interview to portray Congressman Wexler as being quick to answer Colbert's question, rather than having immediate hesitation shown in the original clip from Comedy Central.

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