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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Iuliia Shaidullina
Sports Report in Newscasts on Russian and American Television (in the Context of Channel One, NTV, CBS and NBC)
Journalism
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2016
Shaydullina, Y.I. Sports Report in Newscasts on Russian and American Television (in the context of Channel One, NTV, CBS and NBC). Bachelor's thesis. – / Academic adviser – PhD, professor O.A. Dmitriev. – M.: NRU HSE, 2016. – 70 pp.

This paper analyzes the main features and defines the place of sports report in the newscasts on Russian and American television. The first part of the paper is dedicated to the history of American and Russian sports TV broadcast and their current state. In the second chapter similarities and differences in the flow of sports news were revealed on the example of Channel One, NTV, CBS and NBC. The hypothesis of the paper, which was that American channels provide a wider variety of sports topics for reports and differ from Russian channels with more professional approach to the production of the sports reports, is partially confirmed.

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