Her actions leave no doubt about the strength of their relationship, unlike the shaky bond between Kane and Susan Alexander. AroundHearst met silent movie actress Marion Davies and began what would become a life-long affair.
They were ambitious and controversial figures, and their foes recognized they were vulnerable to personal attack by impugning their journalism. However, although Hearst and Welles were polar opposites politically and socially, both were smart, egotistical, and indulged by those around them.
Will Irwin, "The American Newspaper: Hearst, who came to embrace the term, unhelpfully described yellow journalism as "truthful journalism of an aggressive, not a negative, character.
Take for example, the Spanish-American War of See, for example, Gene Wiggins, "Sensationally Yellow! Media Literacy and Culture.
Hearst went to Harvard but never applied himself seriously to his studies. One in five Americans was reading a Hearst newspaper a week, according to the documentary.
Tannem of the Denver Post-seemed to invite censure and scorn. Not every exemplar of yellow journalism was a facsimile of the New York Journal. Though Citizen Kane is fiction, the number of parallels between Kane and Hearst make the connection between the two undeniable. The two men occupied opposite ends of the political spectrum as well.
But that variance contributed to difficulties in defining the genre difficulties that evoke the definitional imprecision associated with "public" or "civic" journalism, a practice that emerged in the United States during the s.
Hearst was running for New York governor at the time. Welles both loathed Hearst and identified with him, and portraying Kane required him to reconcile these conflicting feelings.
Hearst was twice elected early in the twentieth century to Congress from a New York City district, but failed in subsequent bids to win the presidency of the United States, the governorship of New York, and the mayoralty of New York City.
The Press editorial was written during a well-publicized boycott of the Journal and World by clubs, social organizations, and reading rooms in metropolitan New York. Hearst let neither money nor the truth stand in the way of his quest to be the most successful newspaper publisher of all time.
Hearst was determined to make art and the written word the property of the masses. Practitioners of yellow journalism recognized the definitional vagueness, 36 but offered little clarification.
The Denver Post and San Francisco Examiner were, for example, noticeably less inclined to indulge in self-promotion than either the Journal or the World. Mother and son often traveled to Europe while George stayed home to oversee his empire.
We may talk about the perils incident to the concentration of wealth, about the perils flowing from a disregard of fiduciary responsibility, about abuses of privilege, about exploiting the government for private advantage; but all of these menaces, great as they are, are nothing compared with a deliberate, persistent, artful, purchased endeavor to pervert and vitiate the public judgment.
Brooks, "The American Yellow Press," 37 Arthur Brisbane, one of Hearst's top editors, said: "Anything in journalism that is new and successful is yellow journalism, no matter what you or I see fit to call it." 38 Not surprisingly, foes of the yellow press were more eager to disparage than define.
The Battle Over Citizen Kane () Director: Michael Epstein Thomas Lennon Stars: David McCullough (host) Orson Welles (archive) William Randolph Hearst(archive) Richard Ben Cramer(narration) By Rebecca Doser and Yoshifumi Kobayashi.
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Nov 11, · For its acolytes, Citizen Kane is simply the best. The Orson Welles drama turns 75 this year, continues to be hailed by critics as the greatest movie ever made and gets a special screening Sunday at Los Angeles’ American Film Institute Festival (plus a new Blu-ray/DVD edition out Tuesday).
Biography of William Randolph Hearst Critics generally agree that Citizen Kane ’s protagonist, Charles Foster Kane, is based on William Randolph Hearst, who built a media empire in the late s and early s.Download