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Candidate qualities through a partisan lens: A theory of trait ownership D Hayes American Journal of Political Science 49 4 , , Whose views made the news? A non-gendered lens?


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    • Today, the USAGM presides over a worldwide news network with multiple broadcast outlets, thousands of employees and a budget of nearly a billion dollars. It is a bureaucracy with a storied history. Cumulatively, federal media outlets now reach an audience of over million and do so in more than thirty languages.

      President Trump, in other words, already has potent tools available to accomplish his new mission. But is this structure effective? Does it have influence?

      And does it advance U. Here, the record is more mixed. Compounding the problem has been the rise of social media, with platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Telegram, as well as an army of bloggers, ushering in a new era of media saturation. Now that U. To be effective no longer means simply having a mass audience.