In this case study of the news networks existing in France and USA will be probed. There will be investigation of the pluralist model with the Liberal Model media systems. This pluralist model is found to be relevant to the media systems of the countries that are been surmounted by the Mediterranean Sea. Countries such as Spain, Italy, France, Turkey and Greece are some of the systems that have been utilizing the media. South European communities are found to be starkly different from that of the other European nations.
The mass media rebate the political ideology that has been present in the state. The geo political location of France is considered to be inherently an issue. The development and the commercialization of the mass media are found to have impact public and the political policy in the region. Church, private entities has been found to impede the professional attributes of the media market. In the case of the newspaper industry operating in a liberal model, there was a quick form of commercialization that was adopted. This transcends into all forms of the media system such as the subsequent development of radio, music, movies and Internet.
Political parallelism is the area where there is linage of the political actors and the media in a more general context that reflects on the political divisions. Hallin and Macini postulates that there is more unbiased views echoed in the political partisanship. There was higher degree of professionalization of the media in the liberal countries. This is projected in the way the media has been explained. There was more autonomy and professionalism that was found to echo in the facts of professional journalism. The role of the state in the media systems was found to be lesser. In the case of USA there is a high influence of the consumerism and hence the public broadcasters face lesser stresses form the state and the government does not compete with the media outlets to gain audiences.