Art and media are the means…

Art and media are the means and the bridge over which the current philosophy of the philosophers reaches the general culture.

Francis Schaeffer, quoted in The Truth Project  by Del Tackett, Lesson 11 at 48:33; from How Should We Then Live?

If you don’t read the newspaper…

If you don’t read the newspaper, you are uniformed; if you do read the newspaper you are misinformed.

Mark Twain, quoted in Facing the Goliath of the Liberal Media (Part 1) by Craig Parshall; article in Israel My Glory, March/ April 2009, p. 18

The most powerful education system ever known…

Fred Fedler, author of one of the most widely used college textbooks on the mass media, writes that “the media may constitute the most powerful education system ever known to man.”

James Emery White, from Serious Times, p. 58

The media does more than affect public opinion…

And as Whitehead writes, “The media does more than affect public opinion—it alters the consciences and worldview of entire generations.

Erwin Lutzer, from When a Nation Forgets God: 7 Lessons We Must Learn from Nazi Germany, kindle location 289

Mass madness requires mass media or…

Mass madness, if it’s going to last more than a week or two, requires mass media or mass government or the synergistic efforts of both.

Anthony Esolen, from Defending Marriage, kindle location 2174

Interviews with 240 newspaper and…

A study based on hour-long interviews with 240 newspaper and broadcast journalists from the most influential media centers in the United States—New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Time (magazine), Newsweek (magazine), U.S. News and World Report, CBS, NBC, ABC, PBS—found that 90 percent think Continue reading