|Director||Eric R. Williams|
|Writers||Eric R. Williams (story director/writer)
|Cast||Terry Anderson Marek Beckerman John Boland Brent Bozell Walter Cronkite Ruslan Deynychenko Jeffrey Dvorkin Yevhen Fedchenko Keith Richberg Warren Strobel Ann Cooper Tetyana Ledebeva Diane Rehm|
|Plot||In 2004, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian citizens protested the outcome of their presidential elections. In the dead of winter, people lined the streets in protest. Universities shut down; opening their doors instead to political debate. After nearly six weeks of social unrest, the election results were overturned and Victor Yushchenko was ushered in promising a free press, capitalistic reforms and "democracy". Comparing Ukraine to the U.S., media experts around the world explore how the concepts of a free press work in concert and contrast with the consumerism in modern democracies - forcing the audience, regardless of nationality, to ask the difficulty questions: What is a free press? What is a democracy? And what, if anything, does one have to do with the other?... search for Breaking News: The Collision of Journalism and Consumerism in a Democracy on IMDb|
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