• Media Madness

  • A Horrific Crime and Its Aftermath Throw a TV Newsroom into Chaos
  • Di: Joe Wisinski
  • Letto da: Jonathan Robert
  • Durata: 6 ore e 19 min
  • Versione integrale
  • Data di pubblicazione: 17 01 2018
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Editore: Joe Wisinski
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Sintesi dell'editore

A shocking crime....

An alleged cover up....

A TV newsroom in turmoil....

The investigation into a brutal crime plunges veteran newsman Dave Wilson into the biggest, and most personal, story of his career.

Police are convinced they have the right suspect, and Dave agrees. His colleague, beautiful but naïve TV news reporter Sarah Sanchez, thinks otherwise. She believes police are withholding facts, and may even be obstructing justice. With the help of an anonymous source, she begins her own investigation, despite Dave's opposition.

Sarah's probe into the crime uncovers new information, but Dave doesn't trust a word she's reporting. He insists law enforcement is on the right track and Sarah is in over her head.

Will Dave finally believe Sarah and her source when they present him with overwhelming evidence? How will he react when he discovers the story is hitting close to home?

Media Madness is more than a novel - it delivers behind-the-scenes insight into the world of television news as the story is told through a journalist's eyes and TV news reports.

About the author: Joe Wisinski worked 25 years in print, radio, and television news. He currently teaches mass media courses as an adjunct professor at the University of Tampa. Media Madness is his eighth book.

©2017 Joe Wisinski (P)2018 Joe Wisinski

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  • 22 01 2018

Hard to finish...

This book was not enjoyable at all.

I guessed who committed the murder from the start, the main character had no backbone and he was pretty simple-minded for someone who worked in the News. His response to his wife’s murder had no depth, the narrator half whispered his every simple thought...the young woman reporter’s voice was high pitched and annoying....

Couldn’t wait for it to be over.