Was JFK’s assassination a watershed moment in the redefining of journalism?

mckeen_williamThe Register-Mail
William McKeen, College of Communication

When you talk to people who remember John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s assassination, they overwhelmingly share the same collective reminiscence: They watched events unfold throughout four days of uninterrupted network TV news coverage…

Expert quote:

“TV had been a novelty until the beginning of 1960s.”

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