What Is a Media Gatekeeper?


Media Gatekeeper is the process by which information is filtered for dissemination, be it broadcasting, publication or any other type of communication. It occurs at all levels of the media structure from the reporter to the editor. The theory was instituted by social psychologist Kurt Lewin in 1947.
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