ISSN: 20010818
First published in 2012
3 issues per volume
Volume 7 Issue 2
Cover Date: July 2018
Results of framing in music journalism: Benefits and burdens of being designated heir to a cultural icon
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Authors:  Jordan M. McClain 
DOI: 10.1386/ajms.7.2.265_1

Keywords
framing,music journalism,journalism,popular music,mass media,media industries,qualitative interviews

Abstract
This article aims to expand media framing research beyond traditional content analyses of political coverage and examines the consequences of framing found in music journalism, since entertainment coverage receives a significant share of media and audience attention. To understand the results of such framing, nineteen interviews were conducted with content producers – a specific group of expert writers, editors and publishers who offered essential perspectives about the consequences of a particular case – focusing on the example of coverage frequently characterizing the band Phish (1983–present) vis-à-vis the Grateful Dead (1965–1995). Findings indicate that framing can be a problem for the framed subject, but can also lead to certain benefits.
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