Byline: David A. Elder, Neville L. Johnson, Brian A. Rishwain; 2002-04-15; Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review; pages pp. 327-441Article Links
". . .A hidden camera story is essentially a 'grainy little morality play,' edited to heighten the entertainment value, where journalists go undercover to mythologize their work by becoming protagonists, modern, 'folk heroes' who ferret out wrongdoing as the superheroes of pop culture. . ."
Description:David A. Elder, Neville L. Johnson and Brian A. Rishwain discuss the domination of the use of hidden cameras in network television news magazines. See footnote p336.
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