Presentation on theme: "News in Finland on December 15th, 2009. YLE news on December 15th, 2009 We have concentrated on YLE news. It is a national channel 1 paid by the state."— Presentation transcript:
YLE news on December 15th, 2009 We have concentrated on YLE news. It is a national channel 1 paid by the state. Mostly the news is rather neutral. In every article a film is used to support the news information. Interviews are widely used. Graphics are seldom used to provide some statistics for example in economic news and music is used as background music. Mostly the news is about politics. About 50% of the news is about Finland and about 50% is about foreign countries. News on 15 th December 2009 – 65% of the news was about politics, 15% culture, 5% science an 15% entertainment. – In the Finnish news there is usually as much national as international news, 50% of both. – Stance to the subjects is always neutral and impartial... except in the interview`s.
Yle news on December 15 th, 2009 at 20.30 The Sata- committee still argues about income support. The parliament received a briefing from Finnair’ s management. The planning of Boeing- machine is postponed for years. Climate refugees have become a growing problem. Opposition can’t work normally in Russia. H1N1 is spreading in the Karelian area in Russia. Bank officials are thinking of changing their employment in Britain.
MTV3 news on December 15 th 2009 at 10.00pm The broadcast consists of economic, political, cultural and scientific news. Neither sports nor weather forecast (except a small introduction) are included in the main news broadcast. They are aired separately afterwards. About 2/5 of MTV3-channel's 10 o'clock news on December 15 consisted of economics. About 1/5 was politics, 3/10 culture and 1/10 was scientific. About 35% of the news was international.
Main news Economics: 40%, 7 min 15 sec – Extension of work careers 2 min – Bank strike 1 min – Fortum's emissions 2 min – The Finnish national airline Finnair is in financial problems 2 min – Swedes want euro 15 sec Politics: 20%, 4 min – Climate Conference 3 min – Assault on Berlusconi 25 sec – Crisis management 15 sec – Suicide bombing 20 sec
Culture: 30%, 6 min – Avatar 2 min 20 sec – Teachers aren't educated to stop bullying in schools 1 min 30 sec – Finnish people feel insecure 2 min – Grocery stores start selling sex toys 10 sec Science: 10%, 1 min – Active volcano in the Philippines 20 sec – Investigation of an old plane crash 15 sec – Weather 25 sec
Newspapers in Finland In Finland our national newspaper is called Helsingin Sanomat. Helsingin Sanomat is the biggest newspaper in Scandinavia. Its articles contain news from abroad and national matters but also news from our capital city Helsinki. One of the biggest newspapers in Finland is Aamulehti. Its articles contain news that is about a specific area, mostly news from Pirkanmaa, but it also has news from abroad. Our yellow press is called Ilta-Sanomat and Iltalehti. The Yellow press news isn't that important and there are many articles about our celebrities´ latest bloomers. We have a local newspaper in Ikaalinen. Its articles are about our town, Ikaalinen, and news from Jämijärvi and maybe also a little bit from Parkano and Kihniö. I have read news in our newspaper Aamulehti for two weeks, between 7th-18th of December. The biggest topics were, of course, the swine flu, bank strike, climate convention in Denmark, a debate about pensions and Picasso exhibition in Ateneum, Helsinki.
Main news in Helsingin Sanomat on December 15th 2009 Domestic news: – Racism is too often a motive for crime.. – Police protection = SUPO started a fraud investigation to obtain information about suspect. – Businesses want a good start for Christmas shopping, with good sales. – Turtles cause trouble on a tourist beach. Foreign news: – Chinese factories have labor shortages. – Berlusconi takes a one-month sick leave. – Emissions trading have a big fraud scandal.
Main news from Aamulehti on December 15th, 2009 Domestic news: - Tram would come to the center of Tampere as early as 2018. -Bryan Adams will come to Tampere in May. -Relatives fill up an old people’s home. -Winter came finally to Tampere. Foreign news: -The Chinese bought a piece of Saab. -Developing countries march out from the climate conference in Copenhagen.
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