How are the media you are looking at funded?

How are the media you are looking at funded?

What effects do you think this might have? Who do the journalists see themselves as answerable to?
What are the sources of the stories? They may be different from those of non-Indigenous media. If so, what are they and why do you think this might be? Are there certain sources accessed more frequently than others? Again, if so, what are they and why do you think this might be so?
The criteria for newsworthiness may be different from those of non-Indigenous media. What differences are there, and why do you think this might be? Where they cover the same events as non-Indigenous media, do they tell the same stories about them? Are there some stories that do not reach the “threshold of newsworthiness” for non-Indigenous media?
Are stories in Indigenous media structured by primary definition? Are these the same primary definitions, or the same primary definers, as those used in non-Indigenous media?
What uses might Indigenous media make use of what Hall calls public voice, public opinion, and consensus? Do these uses differ from those of non-Indigenous media. If so, how, and why do you think this might be?
What broad discourses contribute to each of these stories? How do they overlap, interfere with, contradict or reinforce each other?
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