Why Do News Villains Cause Panic?

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“We’ve got to stop this awful thing”(Wells and Koch).A radio drama produced by Orson Welles on October 30,1938 in New Jersey. It was produced for entertainment but instead it caused panic. It caused over one million people to panic because many missed the beginning announcement, it was common to use news bulletins because of the war scare. The play was very realistic because of the professional actors and sound effects. Next, the breaking news bulletins were normal because of the recent war scare, according to the New York Times article “The war of the world’s.” Lastly, the play included sound effects that seemed realistic and professional articles that gave authentic interviews. In the end, do to the fact that the actors and news bulletins

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