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According to Theodore Peterson (1966), Dean of the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Illinois, the news media in the United States contribute to society in their role to enlighten” and inform the public (p. 38). The news media participate in capitalism both as an actor within the market, but also as a mode to disseminate information about the market to individuals.
Ben Bagdikian (2004), Dean Emeritus of the University of California, Berkley Graduate School of Journalism, has suggested that the media serve as a market contributor by producing news, entertainment, and political programs rather than a tangible product. While Smith (1982) has argued that the capitalist system provides firms incentives to produce efficiently, Bagdikian (2004) has argued that the news media do not use their incentives to compete with each other, leading to inefficient outcomes.
Bagdikian (2004) has suggested that the news media is an example of market failure in its lack of competition, yet Herman (2002) has suggested that the news media still support free market ideals. The news media’s support for free market ideals creates a pro-market bias, which is an example of an inefficient outcome of the news media’s lack of competition. This pro-market bias also represents how the free market has changed over time from its original market ideals. The goods or services that are produced are sold in a market of many buyers and sellers, at a price determined by the interaction of those buyers and sellers.