When veteran broadcaster Ted Koppel began covering the news in 1963, delivering information to the general public from abroad required several stages of content vetting and physical transport of film to the media outlets.  

“Those were the days when the media added context to the news,” he said. “Today, this is a 24/7 venture in real time, and as a result, the media is less likely to contextualize it, so the public’s expectations of what that information will be has also changed.”

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