Inside Edition vs. Entertainment Tonight By: DeMarkco Butler Nick Carlson Jenna Buechel
INSIDE EDITION: Anchor“America’s Non-Stop Newsmagazine” • Anchor was Deborah Norville
ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT: Anchor • Anchors were Mary Hart and Mark Steines • Correspondent • Thea Andrews
INSIDE EDITION: Headlines“America’s Non-Stop Newsmagazine” • Heather Mills “Meltdown” • GMTV’s April Woodard was the interviewer of Heather Mills • Headline Analysis • Dramatic, Emotional, Loaded Language, ‘stalkerazzi,’ • Split into 2 segments • Very few sources were used, and the story was not explained clearly
ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT: Headlines • Dancing with the Stars: Jane Seymour’s “Health Crisis” • Thea Andrews was the interviewer of the Co-Stars on Dancing with the Stars • Headline Analysis • Informational for the normal viewers of DwtS. • First Person Interview with stars from their company
ANALYSIS OF ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT AND INSIDE EDITION HEADLINES • Heather Mills vs Jane Seymour • Jane Seymour had more of a reaction to the crowd • Heather Mills was more news worthy • Jane Seymour was better.
INSIDE EDITION: Secondary stories • Jane Seymour’s Food Poisioning • Sabrina is kicked off!!! • Man gets attacked in Gym • Britney Spears Speaks • Halloween Costumes for Celebs • Survivors in the Pool • Cheerleader Slammed • Earthquake on tape
ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT: Secondary stories • Heather Mills • Real or Rumor • Britney Spears • Angelina Jolie • Halloween on the View • Christie Brinkley with Rachel Ray • Dr. Phil on teacher’s legal case • Tyra Banks on weight • Sabrina kicked off!! • Last Minute News • Rosie O’Donnell
ANALYSIS OF ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT AND INSIDE EDITION Secondary Stories • Same Stories were: • Heather Mills, Britney Spears, Celeb Halloween, Dancing with the Stars showcase. • Differences of Exclusives • ET had only Stars as secondary stories and news • Inside Edition decided to tell stories about real life situations around the US.
INSIDE EDITION: Reporting Style • Dramatic • emotional • attention getting • enticing • engrossing
ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT: Reporting Style • Hyped Up • Fast paced • Stunning Stories • More descriptive • Loud and energetic music
ANALYSIS OF ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT AND INSIDE EDITION: Reporting Style • Both “News” shows gave the audience what it wanted not what it needed. • ET focused on the next day’s show • Inside Edition Focused on current show
INSIDE EDITION: Sourcing • GMTV • Other talk show footage and other news programs • Vague sources • 1 sided stories
ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT: Sourcing • Snips from the Daily Mail, The Sun, The People, and The Independent (British Tabloids) • Lead Story Only • Specific source and interviews
ANALYSIS OF ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT AND INSIDE EDITION: Bias • Inside Edition • Stuck with more general interest stories • ET • Exclusively celebrity related • NO POLITICAL STANDPOINT IN EITHER SHOW