Media in Miami
Media in Miami, Florida, United States, includes newspapers, magazines, Internet-based web sites, radio, television, and cinema. Florida produces some of its own media, while some comes from outside the state for Floridian consumption.
- See also: List of newspapers in Florida (includes Miami)
The Miami Metropolis newspaper began publication in May 1896, overseen initially by W.S. Graham and Wesley M. Featherby, and later by B.B. Tatum. In 1934, it became the Miami Daily News. The Herald newspaper began in 1899, followed by the Central News and Miami Weekly in 1920. Tropic Magazine began in 1914.
The first Miami Book Fair was held in 1984.
- See also: List of radio stations in Florida (includes Miami)
- See also: List of television stations in Florida (includes Miami)
Love and Hip Hop: Miami was aired on January 1 on VH1.
- Florida media
- Category:Spanish-language media in Florida
- Media of cities in Florida: Fort Lauderdale, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Key West, Lakeland, Orlando, St. Petersburg, Tallahassee, Tampa
- Federal Writers' Project 1941.
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- Alicoate 1939.
- Nielsen Company (September 2016). "Local Television Market Universe Estimates" – via Television Bureau of Advertising, Inc.
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- Nixon Smiley. Knights of the Fourth Estate: The Story of the Miami Herald. E.A. Seemann Publishing, 1974.
- Roy M. Fisher. The Trial of the First Amendment: Miami Herald vs. Tornillo. Freedom of Information Center, 1975.
- Paul G. Ashdown (1980). "WTVJ's Miami Crime War: A Television Crusade". Florida Historical Quarterly. 58. JSTOR 30140494.
- Nixon Smiley. The Miami Herald Front Pages, 1903-1983. H.N. Abrams, 1983.
- John Rothchild (1984). "Cuban Connection and the Gringo Press". Columbia Journalism Review. 23.
- Edna Buchanan. The Corpse Had a Familiar Face: Covering Miami, America's Hottest Beat. Random House, 1987.
- "Spanish-Language TV Called Biased", New York Times, July 24, 1989
- Gonzalo R. Soruco (1996). "Media in Miami". Cubans and the Mass Media in South Florida. University Press of Florida. pp. 34–53. ISBN 978-0-8130-1379-4.
- Doug Walker (1999), "Media's Role in Immigrant Adaptation: How First-year Haitians in Miami Use the Media", Journalism & Communication Monographs, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, 1
- Martin Merzer, ed. The Miami Herald Report: Democracy Held Hostage. St. Martin's Press, 2001.
- John Sinclair (2003). "Hollywood of Latin America: Miami as Regional Center in Television Trade". Television & New Media. 4. doi:10.1177/1527476403254159.
- Juliet Gill Pinto (2004). "Miami". In Christopher H. Sterling (ed.). Encyclopedia of Radio. New York: Fitzroy Dearborn. pp. 896–898. ISBN 978-1-135-45648-1.
- Gregory W. Bush (2005). "'We Must Picture an 'Octopus: Anticommunism, Desegregation, and Local News in Miami, 1945-1960" (PDF). Tequesta. Historical Association of Southern Florida. 65. ISSN 0363-3705 – via Florida International University.
- Aurora Wallace. Newspapers and the Making of Modern America: A History. Greenwood Press, 2005. (Chapter 5: Florida in Chains: The Miami Herald and the Tampa Tribune)
- Gonzalo Soruco; Juliet Pinto (2010). "Mass Media Use Among South Florida Hispanics: An Intercultural Typology". Florida Communication Journal. Florida Communication Association. 38. ISSN 1050-3366.
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