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There is more money in media but also more problems. In addition to concerns about how they keep the lights on amidst considerable competition, media organizations have to keep their eye on their duties as the messengers of news and information at a time when everyone has their own messaging system. News media today also have to worry about the polarization of their audience, which feeds into the increasing distrust by the public against them. Their platforms are shifting, and they have to keep up with the competition and the new technologies that emphasize shrunken content and speed. The news media, vital to an effective democracy, is facing threats from all sides. Dagnes examines how technological developments inspired a flood of money into the media while at the same time brought economic trouble to many legacy outlets. These technological and financial changes have expanded the political media landscape. Because there is so much space available, and because political messaging has become essential to any political campaign, the public hears hearing from an increasing number of politicos. The result of this crowded environment is a corresponding increase in volume, since political actors need to be heard above everyone else.
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