Impacts of Cross-Ownership Between Newspapers and Television on Viewpoint Diversity: Testing One-Owner-One-Voice Thesis

@article{Park2021ImpactsOC,
  title={Impacts of Cross-Ownership Between Newspapers and Television on Viewpoint Diversity: Testing One-Owner-One-Voice Thesis},
  author={Chang Sup Park},
  journal={Journalism Studies},
  year={2021},
  volume={22},
  pages={1775 - 1792}
}
  • C. S. Park
  • Published 11 August 2021
  • Sociology
  • Journalism Studies
ABSTRACT The growing phenomenon of media cross-ownership and its impact on news content is receiving international attention. This study tests one-owner-one-voice thesis, which posits that a single owner represents a single voice regardless of how many media outlets the owner operates, in the context of South Korea. To do this, the current study analyzed 18,037 TV news reports and 1893 newspaper articles about the 2012 and 2017 presidential campaigns of South Korea published by three cross… 

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