Presidency and Media Paper
What many experts had deemed as the trial of the century was finally coming to an end. After a lengthy trial that had been broadcast on television almost in entirety, the O.J. Simpson murder trial had reached its climax. As the American public anxously waited to hear the verdict, the coverage of the case was interupted. What could so important as to bump the Simpson case conclusion out of the time slot. This event that many of the networks found to be that important was President Clinton's State of the Union Address.
This example shows the importance that has been placed on media coverage of the President. Although one of the biggest stories of the year was unfolding, many networks had no problem overlooking looking the Simpson case to air the annual speech to Congress by the President (Budiansky, 1). With the evolution of media tools and the changing relationship between the President and the press, covering The United States Chief Executive has become the number one priority of the President. This change has created a more powerful Presidency and it's relationship with the other branches of government and the public.
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