By Mark J. Rozell
Media energy, Media Politics examines the position and effect of the media in each sphere of yankee politics. geared up thematically, the booklet analyzes the connection among the media and key associations, political actors, and nongovernmental entities, in addition to the function of the recent media, media ethics, and overseas coverage assurance.
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President Clinton had five communications directors during his eight years in office: George Stephanopoulos (1993), Mark Gearan (1993-1994), Dan Baer (1995-1997), Ann Lewis (1997-1999), and Loretta Ucelli (1999-200 1). 22 John Anthony Maltese 11. Richard Rose used the term “going international” in his book The Postmodem President, 2nd ed. : Chatham House, 1991), 38. 12. John Anthony Maltese, Spin Control: The White House Ofice of Communications and the Management of Presidential News, 2nd rev. ed.
He not only presided over a very disciplined staff, but followed Ronald Reagan’s example by planning a simple, clear-cut legislative agenda for his first 100 days in office. 2 After the terrorist attacks of September 11,200 1, he sought to convey a disciplined message about the war on terrorism not only through normal White House communications structures, but also through the creation of the Coalition Information Center. Finally, it is clear that the overall presidential-press relationship is changing, largely as a result of the New Media.
Arthur Miller, Edie Goldenberg, and Lutz Erbring, “Type-Set Politics: Impact of Newspapers on Public Confidence,” American Political Science Review 73 (March 1979): 70. 9. Michael J. Robinson and Kevin R. Appel, “Network News Coverage of Congress,” Political Science Quarterly 94 (Fall 1979): 412. 10. Robinson and Appel, “Network News Coverage of Congress,” 417. 11. Robert E. Gilbert, “President versus Congress: The Struggle for Public Attention,” Congress & the Presidency 16 (Autumn 1989): 99. 12.