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The average American consumes an enormous amount of mass media every day, even without knowing it. Watching T.V, reading the newspaper, and participating in political polls are all obvious aspects of the media. However, the subject of the media contains greater depth. For instance, passively viewing an article on a computer screen or watching the news while waiting in the doctor’s office is still considered media consumption. This intake of broadcasting builds up little by little throughout the course of the day. Thus, the average person is somewhat affected by the media.

How it effects society | The Media | History of American Press | Public_Relations | William_Randolph_Hearst | Works Cited