Noise: How Our Media-saturated Culture Dominates Lives and Dismantles Families [Revised Edition]

Noise: How Our Media-saturated Culture Dominates Lives and Dismantles Families [Revised Edition]

by Teresa Tomeo
     
 

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In this newly-revised edition of NOISE, Teresa Tomeo, a veteran broadcast journalist in both the Catholic and secular markets, makes a compelling and irrefutable case about the dangers of our dominant media culture—and the liberalism and immorality that comes with it.

Tomeo gives a sobering analysis of each of the nine dominant forms of media,…  See more details below

Overview

In this newly-revised edition of NOISE, Teresa Tomeo, a veteran broadcast journalist in both the Catholic and secular markets, makes a compelling and irrefutable case about the dangers of our dominant media culture—and the liberalism and immorality that comes with it.

Tomeo gives a sobering analysis of each of the nine dominant forms of media, revealing how they are rapidly dismantling families and destroying lives, and what we can do about it.

Inside, Teresa Tomeo details:

* What parents can do to protect their children - and themselves - from the dangers of being "too connected"
* The nine dominant forms of media, and how each can negatively impact our lives
* Appropriate Internet use and the effects of social networking
* The effects of television on children and young adults, and the proper limits parents should put in place
* How to monitor the lyrics of your teens’ favorite music groups
* Practical steps to navigate your family through the media minefield
* ...and much more!

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012542113
Publisher:
Ascension Press
Publication date:
01/18/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
819 KB

Meet the Author

Teresa Tomeo is a veteran broadcast journalist with more than twenty years of experience as a radio and television news reporter and anchorperson, mainly in the Detroit area. First working as an award-winning radio reporter and news anchor, Teresa received recognition for her work from the Associated Press, the Detroit Press Club, and American Women in Radio and Television.
After making the move to television news in 1988, she worked as a reporter and anchor for WKBD-TV, and later reported for Detroit’s ABC affiliate, WXYZ-TV. Her assignments at WXYZ took her across the country covering some of the most significant stories of the 1990s, including the Oklahoma City bombing and the Pope John Paul II’s 1995 visit to United States.
Despite her success and recognition, Teresa become disillusioned by media trends toward sensationalism, violence, and liberal bias. She is now a professional speaker, media consultant, and host of the Catholic Connection, heard daily on Ave Maria Radio and distributed nationally by EWTN and Sirius Satellite Radio.

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