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The Presentation and Reception of Television News: A Study on Vote Counting Progress Reports Regarding Taiwan's 2001 Elections
This paper aims to explore the presentation and reception of TV news reports, and in particular the ballot counting progress concerning the elections for legislators, county magistrates and mayors in 2001, Taiwan. It begins with a review of the literature concerning the evolution in recent years of the arrangement of various elements on the screen, and audiences channel preferences as well as their reception of TV news reports. Based on the review, several issues are raised for empirical research. It then presents and analyzes the opinions and experiences of three interviews audiences. Finally, issues for further research are put forward.
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