A rational approach to understanding the intelligence potential of Cable News Network (CNN)
Tanaka, Lara Elizabeth.
Hull, Peter R.
Hull, Peter R.
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Cable News Network (CNN) was America's number one source of information during Desert Shield/Desert Storm as well as a critical source of information for the US. Intelligence Community. CNN set the precedence for future conflicts by offering 24 hours coverage most of it live. CNN is also an unique source of information because it has access to people and places which are not available to the Intellligence Community. The strengths and weaknesses of the media are studied in order to develop a method of evaluating the intelligence potential of CNN. Using the theoretical priniciples of Alfred Korzybski and Geraldine Forsberg, a rational approach to understanding the intelligence potential is developed
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