News Or Noise?: The Media's Choice

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News Or Noise?: The Media
For this week’s “News or Noise? ” we look at media coverage on labor provisions in the Senate immigration reform bill. Why so much media buzz around visas for high tech workers in comparison to the coverage on the farmworker deal? Latino USA host María Hinojosa speaks with Ted Hesson, immigration editor at Fusion. Once you've heard some of the conversation, it's time for you to put your skills to the test! “News or Noise? ” is a dynamic multiplatform radio project produced byLatino USAto encourage listeners to think critically about the news. Supported by Chicago’sRobert R. McCormick Foundationas part of its“Why News Matters”initiative, this year-long seri more

  
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1.  Corporate interests are making their way into the immigration reform coverage in all of the following ways EXCEPT:  
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2.  Based on this segment, when it comes to coverage of a controversial topic such as immigration reform and guest workers, what is a good way to approach a story critically? Select ALL that apply. 
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3.  Why did Mark Zuckerberg make news even though he is not directly involved in the immigration debate?  
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