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Divergent Paths US: commercial, private broadcasting UK: public (BBC, 1927)
US Dominance As in film, US TV finds global audience post- WWII McLuhan’s “global village” (1960s)
“Media event” Seen by estimated 530 million people (1969)
Compare to M*A*S*H* finale (1983) w/ 125 million viewers
The Dallas Study Aired from 1978-1991 Elihu Katz and Tamar Liebes, The Export of Meaning (1990) Coding and decoding
American Influence amid Global Diversity National TV cultures – Telenovelas (similar to soap operas) – British sitcoms and dramas
A New Public Sphere? Proliferation of private/satellite networks Vs. traditional state control – Aaj and Geo in Pakistan – Al Jazeera in Qatar
Global News Media Corporations
MASS MEDIA. What is communication? sending, receiving and sharing information, ideas, messages How do people communicate? variety of means of communication.
Definition The mass media are diversified communication technologies that reach a large audience by means of mass communication Examples include radio,
International and Comparative Media Systems
The Media. Learning Objectives Analyze and evaluate the role of some English-language media in the international society General and specialized vocabulary.
Global Media Flows Alejandra Valencia Cantoral ID:
The news Broadcasting corporations Soap operas Music/sport programmers Weather forecast Documentary Chat show Reality show Quiz
Broadcast Television Whither thou goest?. Broadcast TV Penetration 2 nd most prevalent medium globally Historical roots in broadcast radio Virtually anywhere.
Media Economics The Global Marketplace. The beginnings of Mass Media Urbanization Urbanization Mass Production Industrialization Mass Production Industrialization.
Commercial TV: Information for profit Media English 2 Fall 2011 Ryukyu Daigaku.
THE MEDIA Lecture 7. TELEVISION and RADIO: The BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) – broadcasts television and radio programmes The BBC (British Broadcasting.
History of Television.
Codes and Conventions of Radio Dramas
GLOBALIZATION AND MEDIA
Mass Media become a very important part of our life. The press, the radio and television play a big role in the life of the society. They inform, educate.
FORMATS, PLATFORMS, CROSS-OVERS. The yearning for intimacy = broadcast television as bringing private and public space together Broadcast –to sow,
+ The History of Multi Camera Production. + Single Camera Production ‘‘A single camera—either motion picture camera or professional video camera – is.
Telenovelas A telenovela is a limited run serial dramatic programming popular in Latin America Unlike Soap Operas, telenovela’s have an ending The first.
Chapter 7 The Olympics and the Mass Media. “Whatever else the Olympic Games have been, they are now the ultimate media festival.” - Garry Whannel.
Uop CMC 210 Week 5 CheckPoint Cable and Broadcast Television · Resources: Ch. 5 & 6 in Media & Culture · Write 250 to 300 words on the similarities and.
TYPES OF TV SHOW Stephen Roney JIC April NATURE PROGRAMME Stephen Roney JIC April 2013.
Representation in TV Drama Learning Objectives: - To begin to develop an understanding of media representation. - To consider representation more specifically.
Different cultural influences exchange ideas and become more similar.
Television Genres History. In the Beginning In the 30’s, radio programming consisted of soap operas, minstrel shows, news, and commentary and sporting.
Globalization Media Flows & Media Ownership. Media Flows §Print formalizes language §Foreign news ‘viewpoint’ penetrates §Mass media represents culture.
Introduction to Mass Media HISTORY INDUSTRY CONTROVERSY.
The Return of the Soft Power? Paul Kennedy International Herald Tribune 13/11/2008.
The Mass Media and the Political Agenda. Mass Media = Linkage Institution Influence MASSES, not just elite Television, Radio, Newspaper, Magazine, Film,
Imported culture Definition: –Cultural imperialism where dominant cultures take over less dominant ones.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF RADIO?. RADIO STATIONS Radio 1 was established in 1967 and specializes in modern and current and popular music. After 7pm, alternative.
Do Now Use the sheet to draw the stereotypes.. Representation in TV Drama Learning Objectives: - To begin to develop an understanding of media representation.
Blumer and Katz model Uses and Gratification theory Suggests that the audience actively searches for media to meet their own needs. The reasons.
+ Introduction to Communications Media Ch 7 Radio.
International Organizations and Global Technology Meeting 4.
OCR Level 2 Cambridge Technicals in Media
Moving Forward. Internet Business Al Arabiya Al Hayat Al Jadid Al Jazeera ITP.net.
Sony Entertainment Television Asia 2009
Turkey Finance, Accessibility, Content. Newspaper Access 39 National Newspapers 2,459 newspapers in circulation Circulations: 95 per 1000 inhabitants.
Entertainment-Education A Critical Assessment of the History and Development Thomas Tufte & Rafael Obregon Ørecomm Global Launch Panel PCR Section, IAMCR.
Representation In TV Drama Learning Objective: Build notes on characterisation and representation.
Media – Radio, Television (Média –rádio, televize)
Time Shifted Viewing Presentation to MMS London, Wednesday 20 th September 2006 Tony Wearn, Research Director, BARB.
Chapter II The Media of U.S.A.. I. Radio and Television 1.There are more than 6 thousand radio and 1 thousand television stations, and more than 1 million.
Media- Channel 4 Kieran smith
Government Policy & Commercialisation of the USA A comparison with the UK Lesson 4.
Global Media (Straubhaar & LaRose, 2006). Globalization “Globalization of media is probably most pervasive at the level of media industry models – ways.
Eliška Dlouhá V8A. General information Reach a very large audience Provide information about various events Influence general public’s opinion Newspapers.
Alcohol advertising & sponsorship in Sport: Young people need a sporting chance. A/Prof Kerry O’Brien.
Chapter 15 Electronic Media.
Culture and Mass Media Economy1 Media Economics 3. lecture Simona Škarabelová.
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