The Fourth Estate Documentary Analysis Media Movie Review (Movie Review Sample)
Watch a 4-part documentary and analyze the activities of the reporters and editors in thematic areassource..
The Fourth Estate Documentary Analysis
The Fourth Estate is a documentary produced by Liz Garber, Jenny Carchman, and Justin Wilkes. The documentary aims at providing a first-hand perspective of happenings at The New York Times as they covered the first days of the Trump administration. It includes reporters and editors in their daily lives frequently moving to cover emerging stories and events. We can see the occurrences at the outlet from the eyes of the reporters themselves as well as the numerous efforts put into place to gather the information that is later published. The New York Times thus tries to give the general public a glimpse into the lives of reporters and editors in their officers from their perspective.
Themes in the documentary
Effect of Reporting on Journalists’ private lives and Personal Identities
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