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The Columbine High School shooting was the most covered news story of 1999 in the United States. It set a precedent for the blanket coverage of random mass killings we see today: the rush to the crime scene; the pictures of the killer; their life story; their posts. Could this media coverage be contributing to the problem? This film looks at the evidence and the movement to change media coverage of mass shootings.
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Length: 6 minutes
Copyright date: ©2023
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