Vol. 48 Nbr. 4, December 2004
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- Sex on American television: an analysis across program genres and network types.
- Offensive language in prime-time television: four years after television age and content ratings.
- The role of bleeps and warnings in viewers' perceptions of on-air cursing.
- Brandishing guns in American media: two studies examining how often and in what context firearms appear on television and in popular video games.
- Free riders, givers, and heavy users: predicting listener support for public radio.
- Cross-media use in electronic media: the role of cable television Web sites in cable television network branding and viewership.
- Picture this: effects of graphics on the processing of television news.
- Media dependency and perceived reality of fiction and news.
- Aural history: an Encyclopedia of Radio covers a century of sound.
- Frames and the man: rethinking the president's power to shape news coverage in the post-Cold War era.
- Forgotten no longer: the DuMont network and American television.
- Editor's report.