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Are the ongoing riots in Paris covered by the French media?
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The perspective from which the media covered anticommunism and McCarthyism?
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Though what media is sport covered in in South Africa?
How did media like books and newspapers affect the French Revolution?
Media like books and newspapers -- and, equally, pamphlets -- affected the French Revolution profoundly. In sum, the written word was one of the most powerful tools by which revolutionaries shared their ideas and spread the spirit of revolution within Paris and nearby areas, throughout France, and then to the outside world.
Barring the media from reporting about ongoing criminal trials would violate what amendment?
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Is the media going to associate with Paris Hilton after her arrest?
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How do you remove write protection on media?
How did Watergate turn public opinion against President Nixon?
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Print vs non print media?
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How society's definitions can be used as excuses to hide self inner sickness?
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What laws regulate the media?
The government agency responsible for regulating wire, wireless, and broadcasting media is the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). See their link below. Laws regarding published media can be covered by the FCC and other agencies, depending on the type of published media. For more information, see the link below for The Publishing Law Center.
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How is a UDF file system used in a DVD?
The Optical Storage Technology Association standardized the UDF file system to form a common file system for all optical media. The goal was to make a common file system for read-only media and optical media that are re-writable. This is still the main goal for ongoing UDF standardization, although support for the more obscure WORM media is about to be limited, and support for non-optical media may be added.