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Title: Los Angeles station drops a two-minute medical commercial into their newscast
Authors: Constantinou, Constantia
Farley, Elizabeth
Grady, Fiona
Miller, Dean F
O'Connor, Rory
Schneider, Howard
Spikes, Michael
ABC News
Resource Management, Stony Brook University Libraries
Keywords: Chloe Sevigny
Hayden Christensen
Hank Azaria
Peter Sarsgarrd
Steve Zahn
Stephen Glass
source evaluation
verification
falsification
accountability
Issue Date: 21-Mar-2014
Publisher: Stony Brook University. School of Journalism. Center for News Literacy.
Description: On September 27, 2005, KABC-7 in Los Angeles aired a two-minute news segment on a blood test that can help diagnose allergies in children. What the station didn't tell its viewers was that the entire story was built from a video news release (VNR) funded by Quest Diagnostics. KABC-7 failed to disclose the corporate source behind their "report. The station took a two-minute commercial for a medical test, dressed it up, and passed it off on their unsuspecting viewers as news.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11401/9026
Other Identifiers: isyourchildconstantlysickcenternewscastproducedfro.mp4
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