Howard Rosenberg

No Time to Think: The Menace of Media Speed and the 24-hour News Cycle

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This book shows how today's media blizard--from 24-hour news to the blogosphere--scrambles our perspective and potentially distorts how we act as a global society. What we now have are media moving faster than the speed of thought. And the impact is profound, affecting all of us, from those on the pavement to the media themselves to the government leaders we trust to make carefully considered decisions on our behalf.

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A vivid and brawny take on the blur of today's sped-up, revved-up media and the danger they represent. "An awful warning delivered with anecdotal richness and real passion." --The Times of London
A witty and candid account of television’s relentless pursuit of the mundane. “Delectable”
--Publisher's Weekly