Multimedia Law (News Stories about Media and the First Amendment)
You will submit a 150-200-word summary of a news story from any reputable state or national news source in print, on radio, on TV, or online. Use Times New Roman, 12-pt. type, double-spaced. The story will be about the intersection of media and the First Amendment in the United States—no stories from foreign countries. Not part of the 150-200 words will be a description of where you found this news item (N.Y. Times, CNN on TV, etc.), the title of the story, the date, and URL, if applicable. The story must appear in the news media during the week you will be submitting it. In addition to the summary of the story, I’m looking for any insights you might have on why this is an important case or issue and any implications for journalists, organizations, the media in general, corporations, etc.
Note that you must look for new stories in the last 3 days. You have to use your own ideas and sentences to complete it. you can not copy any sentences in the story. This is a very serious request, because this is an important course for me, if a copy of the situation, I will get 0 points, so need to check it. I will give you an example before you’re ready to write.
Please open the file and pull down to find out about example of a Good Summary. Please follow this format and standards alone to complete. You can not copy any of the sentences in the example and the sentences in the story.
Must be related to the First Amendment.