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"The Yellow Pest"
"The Yellow Pest"
"The Yellow Press"
"The Yellow Press"
Army-McCarthy Hearings
Army-McCarthy Hearings
BBC Logo
BBC Logo
Blue Book
Blue Book
Debate Stage
Debate Stage
Delegate Vote
Delegate Vote
Donald Trump Being Interviewed
Donald Trump Being Interviewed
Early Media Logos
Early Media Logos

The National Broadcasting Corporation’s first logo in 1943 (top left). The Columbia Broadcasting Corporation logo from 1927 to 1931 (top right). Mutual Broadcasting System’s 1934 logo (bottom left). American Broadcasting Corporation logo from 1964 (bottom right).

Edward R. Murrow
Edward R. Murrow
FCC Commissioners
FCC Commissioners
FCC Seal
FCC Seal
Fireside Chat
Fireside Chat
Hollywood Walk of Fame Star
Hollywood Walk of Fame Star
James Lawrence Fly
James Lawrence Fly
Media Deregulation
Media Deregulation
NPR Logos
NPR Logos

National Public Radio logo from its founding in 1970 (left) and its current logo (right).

Party Symbols
Party Symbols
Popular Vote
Popular Vote
Presidential Debate
Presidential Debate

The first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton set a new record for debate viewership. The second debate (above) had fewer viewers but high ratings nevertheless. 

Primary Results by County
Primary Results by County
Radio News
Radio News
Radio's Heyday
Radio's Heyday
San Diego Protest
San Diego Protest
Sarah Palin and Donald Trump
Sarah Palin and Donald Trump
Television Boom
Television Boom
The "Big Six"
The "Big Six"

Known as the “Big Six,” these media conglomerates control 90% of the news media in the United States. On the left from top to bottom, the Comcast Corporation logo, the Walt Disney Company logo, and Time Warner Incorporated logo. On the right from top to bottom, the 21st Century Fox logothe CBS Corporation logo, and the Viacom logo

Trump International Protest
Trump International Protest
Trump Protest
Trump Protest
USS Maine Coverage
USS Maine Coverage

Two of the most infamous examples of “yellow journalism,” Joseph Pulitzer’s New York World (left) and William Randolph Hearst’s New York Journal (right) competed for sales by sensationalizing conditions in Cuba in the lead up to the Spanish-American War in 1898.

Wilmington Protest
Wilmington Protest
WLBT-Jackson, Mississippi
WLBT-Jackson, Mississippi
Yellow Kids
Yellow Kids