Ppt on electronic media in communication

D IGITAL LIFE 101 www.commonsensemedia.org. O BJECTIVES learn about the 24/7, social nature of digital media. explore their digital lives. learn that.

.org O BJECTIVES learn about the 24/7, social nature of digital media. explore their digital lives. learn that it is important to act responsibly when carrying out relationships over digital media. V OCABULARY TERMS media: communication, including television, radio, and newspapers, that often reaches and impacts a large audience digital media: Electronic devices and media platforms such as computers, cell phones, the Internet, digital video, social/


Marketing Mix- Promotion 5/27/15. Promotion Communications - inform, persuade, and remind Tools : Advertising Personal Selling (Sales) Public Relations.

Personal Selling (Sales) Public Relations Sales Promotions Direct Marketing Electronic Marketing Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) Promotion Communication Process - refer to the experts.… Source Message Channel Receiver/ Telemarketing Home delivery Directories Advertising Promotion Advertising : non-personal, paid communication conveyed through mass media to mass audience. non-personal Triad - advertiser, agency, media Objectives : build awareness, maintain image and sales, goodwill, increase /


For use with Strategic Electronic Marketing: Managing E-Business, 2e Copyright 2003 South-Western College Publishing Chapter 3 Slide: 1 E-Business Communication.

Publishing Chapter 3 Slide: 6 The Communication System COMMUNICATION SYSTEM MESSAGE Media MESSAGE Media SENDER FEEDBACK TARGETED SEGMENT EncodeDecode For use with Strategic Electronic Marketing: Managing E-Business, 2e Copyright 2003 South-Western College Publishing Chapter 3 Slide: 7 Many-to-Many Model The many-to-many (or one-to-one ) model places the hypermedia in the center of the communication process Hypermedia become a meeting place/


E - Commerce E-Commerce is an integration of communication, data management and security capabilities that allows organizations to exchange information.

corporate sales Corporate to customer sales More investigative Less investigative Lesser Media attention Greater media attention Sites more informative & Sites to attract traffic, convert/communicating using electronic means. within large corporations part of business alliances Among individuals working independently Communication/ center where they are matched against electronic invoices and purchase orders. US Customs : Accepts electronic custom documentation in advance of goods shipment which reduces port/


© 2015 Samsung Electronics America – CONFIDENTIAL SCM Gateway SCM Compact Overview 5 November 3, 2015.

Key exchange method: PKI  Media Encryption - Encryption Protocol: sRTP - Encryption Algorithm: AES, ARIA - Key exchange method: SDES © 2015 Samsung Electronics America – CONFIDENTIAL 30 Hardware Configuration Hardware supports both SCMc and Gateway Easy transfer to Media gateway in the SCMc administration program. Trunk/WeVoIP on iPhone IPX-L3PPX/STD 3 rd Party Phones IPX-LSWPX/STD Communicator PC Phone (Softphone) IPX-L3CMX/STD Communicator PC Phone Deskphone mode ACD IPX-LAGTX/STD Embedded ACD agent IPX-/


M O N T E N E G R O Negotiating Team for the Accession of Montenegro to the European Union Working Group for Chapter 10 – Information society and media.

the Accession of Montenegro to the European Union Chapter 10: INFORMATION SOCIETY AND MEDIA Strategy for Information Society development Montenegro - digital society  Adopted in December 2011.  For period 2012. to 2016.  Five pillars of development  Information society development, Electronic communication strategy, Broadband strategy  Action Plan Chapter 10: Information society and media M O N T E N E G R O Negotiating Team for the/


Multimedia Communication Systems Techniques, Standards, and Networks Chapter 4 Distributed Multimedia Systems.

Communication & computing Communication & computing Multimedia integration Multimedia integration Real-time Real-time QoS QoS QoS Interactivity Interactivity Synchronization Synchronization Of various media streams Of various media/over ATM Real-time multimedia over ATM Underdevelopment Underdevelopment Underdevelopment Distributed Media Servers Servers Applications Applications VoD, digital library, in-house training VoD, digital library, in-house training Complexity Complexity I/O bandwidth I/O bandwidth /


Chapter 7 Electronic Media Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall 1Chapter 7 -

Hall 1Chapter 7 - Learning Objectives 1.Digital media and composition modes 2.Email in business communication 3.Instant messaging in the workplace 4.Web content & information architecture 5.Three-step podcasting process Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall 2Chapter 7 - Electronic Media for Business Communication Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall 3Chapter 7 - Electronic and Social Media Options Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc/


M O N T E N E G R O Negotiating Team for the Accession of Montenegro to the European Union Working Group for Chapter 10 – Information society and media.

- Limited resources / Numbering Chapter IX - User rights and protection of user interests  Secondary legislation adopted on the basis of the Law on Electronic Communications  Law on Electronic Media (Official Gazette of Montenegro, No 46/10) Regulations in Montenegro Chapter 10: Information society and media M O N T E N E G R O Negotiating Team for the Accession of Montenegro to the European Union Chapter/


Em Griffin A First Look at Communication Theory 8 th edition © 2012 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Media Ecology of Marshall McLuhan.

 McLuhan divided human history into 4 periods or epochs Tribal age Literate age Print age Electronic age Slide 11 © 2012 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Media Analysis of Human History 1. The Tribal Age: An Acoustic Place in History Tribal age – acoustic era; a time of community because the ear is the dominant sense organ Slide 12 © 2012 The McGraw-Hill/


And Media Workshop on Wireless Access Policy for Electronic Communications Services - (WAPECS) - A more flexible spectrum management approach EUROPEAN.

neutrality Putting Policy into Practice (section 5.6, 5.7) and Media 21 February 2006WAPECS Workshop 4 Next Steps by the EC Discussion in Radio Spectrum Committee on first implementation phase (9.3.2006) Commission Communication (mid 2006) Putting policy into practice More responsibility for industry Dialogue of the sectors Reflection in the context of the Review of the electronic communications package with regard to spectrum


1 Reach & Time Spent Major Media Comparison November 2013.

media comparisons, the RTS survey database has been used to produce figures for all major media Where available we have sourced unbiased electronic measurement from PPM and comScore to contrast against the survey data The electronic measurement clearly shows the superiority of television in/– National French Daily Newspapers Source: BBM Analytics RTS Fall 2013 78 Flyer Usage – National French Community Newspapers Source: BBM Analytics RTS Fall 2013 79 BRITISH COLUMBIA 80 British Columbia Adults 18+ Daily /


Scott Potter - 1 Date? Extending CMMI to Hardware Engineering Disciplines 2003 NDIA Systems Engineering Conference Assured Communications Extending CMMI.

In-Progress Pending Command media gaps Judge institutionalization Delta mini-assessment SE/SW Process Deployment, Training, Assessments, and Improvement HW Command Media HW Metrics Deployment Baseline (pre-CMMI) Integrated EPG CCB Integrated metrics tool (SE, SW, HW) Scott Potter - 7 Date? Extending CMMI to Hardware Engineering Disciplines 2003 NDIA Systems Engineering Conference Assured Communications/QA, fabricator, and purchasing to electronically share, communicate, and track status Fabricator Management/


Presented by: Dan Landsberg August 12, 2011. Agenda  What is Social Media?  Social Media’s Professional Side  Benefits of Social Media  Regulatory.

2011 17,800,000 members in Groups Groups – Education, finance, healthcare, etc.  Plaxo 50 million users Electronic address book Benefits of Social Media  Marketing Selling and promoting the university to students Academics, research, sports  Brand recognition University accomplishments Selling and promoting the university to alumni, businesses and potential donors  Human resources Job postings Benefits of Social MediaCommunication tool  Direct customer communication  Speed of feedback/results/


NRF National Electronic Theses and Dissertations Project 5 November 2007 NETD skills requirements: the bottom line Dr Dale Peters DISA Digital Innovation.

Adopt common standards Advocacy within user community –National –Institutional Implement software tools NRF National Electronic Theses and Dissertations Project 5 November 2007 NETD Implementation Strategic objectives in establishment of a national digital library/Metadata Policy IP File formats Metadata/ Full text Advocacy Target Audience Collaborators Media Implementation Submission Metadata NRF National Electronic Theses and Dissertations Project 5 November 2007 ETD project team Digital collections /


Department of Electronic Engineering City University of Hong Kong EE3900 Computer Networks Transmission Media Slide 1 Overview Guided - wire Unguided -

low in security - radiant energy and readily tapped Department of Electronic Engineering City University of Hong Kong EE3900 Computer Networks Transmission Media Slide /Electronic Engineering City University of Hong Kong EE3900 Computer Networks Transmission Media Slide 26 significant disadvantages: limited frequency range, modest bandwidth, limited distance, noise and interference, low security applications: mobile radio telephony system as well as mobile data communication Department of Electronic/


Mass Communication1 Focus Questions 1.How do media shape our thinking? 2.To what extent is news constructed, or created? 3.Does mass communication foster.

)The Literate Epoch (Alphabet – Sight) –Symbols in written form; requires less memory; sight supplants hearing –Linear communication; sequential logic The Print Epoch (Book – Sight)The Print Epoch (Book – Sight) –Inaugurating industrial revolution (McLuhan, 1962) –Mass-produced writing: Homogeneity vs. Fragmented communities The Electronic Epoch (Telegraph – Hearing & Sight)The Electronic Epoch (Telegraph – Hearing & Sight) –Increased contact via electronic media – “ Global Village ” –Isolated people vs/


Regional Stakeholders’ Dialogue Communication and Advocacy Initiatives 3 September 2008 Francis Hale.

development) Absence of comprehensive and deliberate outward communications Various world class outputs not celebrated, shared with partners Inception up to The transition of communications in FANRPAN Targeting with FANRPAN products To position for/and dissemination Grant worthiness – track record Media Rallying point for regional FANR bulletin FANRPAN Communications Strategy FANRPAN Communication Tools Electronic/Digital Media –Website –Compact Discs Print Media –Policy Brief Series –Newsletters –Policy /


Cataloging and Processing New Media Susan M. Sutch An Infopeople Workshop Spring 2006.

Media? CD and DVD Websites Digital downloads Electronic resources Electronic communication made possible through the use of computer technology MARC Cataloging New Media CD DVD Electronic resources Combined print and electronic formats 8 MARC Concise Formats CD / DVD Choices Book Electronic/ Leader/06 is other than m Adds ability to search by both primary material type and electronic resource Required in OCLC, optional MARC21 006 Computer File Additions 006 tag has seventeen positions To add computer file/


Psychiatrists want to be logged on but we’re nervous : The need to teach our residents how to navigate new media Aaron Reichlin M.D. and Gaurava Agarwal.

would be useful to have a professional guidelines on how to use electronic media in psychiatric practice Do you think that you should be able to charge patients for electronically communicated treatment recommendations Do you own or are you a member of any/would be useful to have a professional guidelines on how to use electronic media in psychiatric practice Do you think that you should be able to charge patients for electronically communicated treatment recommendations Do you own or are you a member of any/


Public Opinion and Mass Media. Public Opinion  ideas/attitudes most people hold about an issue or person  Why is it important? 1.shapes presidential.

opinion Background of an Individual Mass Media: TV is the most popular medium of communication Public Officials Interest Groups: AKA Pressure/ reflect characteristics of entire population  Poll Pros: allows elected officials to keep in touch with citizens’ beliefs  Poll Cons: officials more concerned with pleasing public/ report wrongdoing. Types of Media  Print Media: Newspapers, magazines, newsletters, & prints Provides deeper coverage of issues  Electronic Media: Radio, television, & Internet Television/


EBiz for Media: Where We Are Today & the Plan to Move Forward January 13 th, 2006.

and efficiency to ad processes.  Foundation for new technologies.  Provides a common language for digital communications.  Facilitates advertising accountability. Media Buying eBiz Successes Universal McCannDDS Web IO for print Cablesure for national cable LCICPE code training collaboration with station groups. Receiving only Electronic Invoices for Spot TV StarcomMedia-In-Motion for national cable HorizonTVB XML Standard for Orders via Strata & Spot Buy Spot TVB/


GETTING A LEGAL GRASP ON SOCIAL MEDIA Presented by: Jeffrey D. Litts Kegel Kelin Almy & Grimm LLP PASBO 57 th ANNUAL CONFERENCE March 7, 2012 ________________________________________________________________________________________.

of his text messages. FOURTH AMENDMENT AND SOCIAL MEDIA - EMPLOYEES City of Ontario v. Quon The Court decided not to resolve the issue regarding Quon’s privacy expectation in the text messages. Court explained for its reason for caution... “The Court must proceed with care when considering the whole concept of privacy expectations in communications made on electronic equipment owned by a government employer. The/


Social Media Management 社會媒體管理 1 1001SMM02 TMIXM1A Fri. 7,8 (14:10-16:00) L215 Min-Yuh Day 戴敏育 Assistant Professor 專任助理教授 Dept. of Information Management,

, perceptions, and various media, including photos, videos, and music, with each other. Source: Turban et al. (2010), Introduction to Electronic Commerce11 Source: Turban et al. (2010), Introduction to Electronic Commerce12 INDUSTRY AND MARKET DISRUPTORS – disruptors Companies that introduce a significant change in their industries, thus causing a disruption in normal business operations. Source: Turban et al. (2010), Introduction to Electronic Commerce13 virtual (Internet) community A group of/


Modernizing Financial Aid Delivery A Status Report Jim Farmer instructional media + magic, inc. As presented at the 2001 EAC-EASCI Financial Aid Administrator.

(IAI)  SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol)  UDDI Directory * Tested, Demonstrated in Highway 1 Project Aug-Sep 2000 instructional media + magic, inc. Web-Enabled Applications  FAFSA on the Web  Schools Portal Release/Electronic Identification December 14, 2000 instructional media + magic, inc. Partnerships  “Open Book” Modernization  Continuing Dialog With the Community  Open Software Developers Conferences  SFA Extranet for Community Feedback  http://extranet.sfa.ed.gov instructional media/


The Agora hybrid library project Rosemary Russell, UKOLN (UK Office for Library and Information Networking) Agora Communications Coordinator.

Communications Coordinator UKOLN: a national focus of expertise in network information management policy, research, awareness digital libraries web technologies public library networking funded by: Higher Education Funding Councils The British Library Projects Today’s presentation: background - eLib what Agora’s about information landscapes architecture some issues the future Agora is funded by eLib... The Electronic/and remote resources print and electronic mixed media (images, video...) seamless /


The Media 2 Roles and Effects. “Mega media”  Recently, media ownership has become increasingly concentrated  Emergence of huge media conglomerates 

’s minds and attitudes (Monica to crime) Medias Roles:  The Common-Carrier Role: functioning as an open channel where political leaders can communicate with public  Importance- knowing to support cand/media-> govt.  Contributes to higher cost of campaigning & more candidate centered  Parties don’t tell candidates what to say..  media consultants via polls & focus groups do! Dangers!  “The Electronic Throne”  WH manipulation:  photo ops.  Sound bites  Spin control  Staged events Who’s really in/


Chapter 7 Electronic Media Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall 1Chapter 7 -

Electronic Media Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall 1Chapter 7 - Electronic and Social Media/ Use Low-Value Messages Some managers reducing or eliminating e- mails for internal communications. Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall 5Chapter 7 /Security Concerns Personal Messages Impromptu Meetings Complex Messages Multiple Discussions Security Guidelines IM in the Workplace Versatility of Websites Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. /


ELC 200 DAY 26. Awad –Electronic Commerce 2/e © 2004 Pearson Prentice Hall 2 Agenda Quiz 4 (last) will be April 30 Chap 13, 14, & 15 Assignment 8 on next.

Mainly used for intranet communications Does not require digital certificates / public keys Awad –Electronic Commerce 2/e © /Electronic Commerce 2/e © 2004 Pearson Prentice Hall 12 OBJECTIVES Brief History of Money Features of Real-World Cash Electronic Money Internet-based Systems Electronic Payment Media Issues and Implications Awad –Electronic/ in internet payment systems Internet Service Providers: Internet-Based Payments Awad –Electronic Commerce 2/e © 2004 Pearson Prentice Hall 24 SECURE ELECTRONIC /


COMMUNICATING CHANGE.  Leadership Role  Shared Vision  Communication Tools  Employee Participation.

To be the leader in the wireless industry - we have jobs because our high quality wireless communications are valued by our customers - customers are willing to pay for our wireless communications service, which they find reliable Announcement Staff and Team Meetings Q & A Sessions Support EAP Options Relocation Expenses Severance Packages  Oral Communication  Written CommunicationElectronic Media  Oral Communication  Written CommunicationElectronic Media Daily Conversations for Understanding/


The study of the discourse of electronic media using a network approach: The discussion of Russian Federation joining the World Trade Organization Prosyanyuk,

future works Higher School of Economics, Moscow, 2011 The study of the discourse of electronic media using a network approach: The discussion of Russian Federation joining the World Trade Organization photo Research problem Reflection of each economic or political decision in the Internet space Opportunity for self-positing and communication Internet space is a vizualizer and “field” of manifestation of inter- country relations Goals/


Mass Communication1 Focus Questions 1.How do media shape our thinking? 2.To what extent is news constructed, or created? 3.Does mass communication foster.

)The Literate Epoch (Alphabet – Sight) –Symbols in written form; requires less memory; sight supplants hearing –Linear communication; sequential logic The Print Epoch (Book – Sight)The Print Epoch (Book – Sight) –Inaugurating industrial revolution (McLuhan, 1962) –Mass-produced writing: Homogeneity vs. Fragmented communities The Electronic Epoch (Telegraph – Hearing & Sight)The Electronic Epoch (Telegraph – Hearing & Sight) –Increased contact via electronic media – “ Global Village ” –Isolated people vs/


I. Introduction II. History of Print Media III. The Book IV. Qualities of the Book V. Microsoft ’s Reader eBook.

II.2 The Alphabet II.3 Physical media II.4 Printing III. The Book III. 1 Definition “a non-periodical printed publication of at least 49 pages excluding covers.” It is a form of communication; it disseminates and preserves knowledge. As /Definition electronic version of a print book readable on a PC, PDA, eBook reader distribution: Internet V.3 Background Issues old idea acceptability portability proprietary device V. 4 Microsoft ’s E-book reader VI. Follow up Tasks Group divides into two. (half in each/


Communications Department Overview New Teacher Orientation 2015 www.k12k.com.

public funds wisely, investing in proven educational methods and best practices To build community support by accurately communicating the stories of KCS To accept and encourage feedback and suggestions for our school system 02 Communications Methods: Electronic Website Social Media Blogs (Written/Video) SchoolMessenger Electronic Newsletters Electronic Marketing (logos, presentations) System-Wide Events Calendar Internal Electronic Support Employee Intranet 03 08 Media Advisories/News Releases Kingsport/


When #Hashtags and Selfies Become Headaches and Safety Concerns: Students and Social Media Use When #Hashtags and Selfies Become Headaches and Safety Concerns:

. Often online, off-campus Difficult to identify o Geolocation o Work with social media sites Anonymous Speech Privacy Rights Fourth Amendment o Reasonable expectation of privacy Electronic Communication Privacy Act o Prevents an entity from “intentionally accessing without authorization…and thereby obtaining an electronic communication from an electronic communication service while it is in storage” o Voluntary nature of some activities may allow authorization for school to view/


Department of Electronic Engineering City University of Hong Kong EE3010 Data Communications and LANs Overview Slide 1 EE3010 Data Communications and LANs.

Electronic Engineering City University of Hong Kong EE3010 Data Communications and LANs Overview Slide 4 Text Book William Stallings, “Data and Computer Communications”, 6th ed., Prentice Hall, 1999. Acknowledgement: Many of the slides used in/:70% Department of Electronic Engineering City University of Hong Kong EE3010 Data Communications and LANs Overview Slide 6 Syllabus Introduction Protocols & Architecture Data Transmission Transmission Media Data Encoding Data Communication Interface Data Link Control/


“Broadening ASHRAE’s Horizons” ASHRAE Community Sustainability Projects Get Your Chapter Involved! ASHRAE Community Sustainability Projects Get Your Chapter.

and/or the chapter (500 points maximum) Learn more at www.ashrae.org/communitywww.ashrae.org/community 500 points for chapter sponsored community sustainability project/event held with non-profit organization 100 points for chapter sponsored community sustainable project publicity (outside of normal chapter promotion) (includes print, audio, electronic media at local, state, provincial, national or industry level) promoting work of ASHRAE and/or the/


Chapter 11.2 The Mass Media. Types of Media  The mass media influence politics and gov’t. They also form a link between the people and elected officials.

and elected officials.  Newspapers, magazines, newsletters and books are print media. Radio, TV and the Internet are electronic media.  The media are businesses that operate for a profit. They run the news they think/ their interests and the public interest.  Recently journalists have begun looking for scandal in officials’ private as well as public lives. Critics say this practice will drive good/ Communications Commission cannot censor broadcasts, but it can penalize stations that violate its rules.


For use with Strategic Electronic Marketing: Managing E-Business Copyright 2000 South-Western College Publishing Chapter 3 Slide: 1 Chapter 3: E-Business.

information from the companies Web site. –Provide inventory data, price information, and aiding in sales presentations. For use with Strategic Electronic Marketing: Managing E-Business Copyright 2000 South-Western College Publishing Chapter 3 Slide: 50 Advertising (1) The Web allows for: –Direct communication and interaction with customers. –Tracking a customers media use. –The development of customized ads and placement. –Facilitates actions such as purchasing/


Communications Arsenal for Addressing Big & Little Issues Carol S. Weber, APR Director of Public Relations Wisconsin Dental Association.

work backwards to build strategic communications plan Build reputation & support over long term Tools – Internal Audiences Print newsletter (monthly WDA Journal) E-newsletter (monthly Executive Director’s Update) Special e-blasts Electronic & print “Hot Issues”/? Survey before, during and after campaign to determine change in knowledge, attitude and/or behavior (public & member surveys) Clipping results, website & social media analytics, verbal/written feedback Improved membership and/or sales numbers/


NONCOMMERCIAL INTERREGIONAL PARTNERSHIP «DOMESTIC ELECTRONICS» NONCOMMERCIAL INTERREGIONAL PARTNERSHIP «DOMESTIC ELECTRONICS» 2008 year MOSCOW - ZELENOGRAD.

of accurate technologies and designing» Limited company science-practical firm «Focus Media» Others NIP «Domestic Electronics» Nanotechnology Nano- and microelectronics Micromechanics Computing devices and control systems Laser /communication technologies Analytics Innovation projects expertise Public Relations & Advertising Cross-cultural communications Facilitation Many other Competence: NIP «Domestic electronics»: 124460, Moscow, Zelenograd, building 1205, office 1 President NIP «Domestic electronics/


Chapter 11. Definitions Mass media refers to the means for communicating to these audiences, which are commonly divided into two groups – Print media.

newspapers, and popular magazines are two examples of this. – Broadcast (electronic) media communicates information electronically, through sounds and images. Radio and television are examples of this. Types of Mass Media Television – Facts: 98% of households have TVs, and 80% of/Newspaper – Facts: been around since the colonies, and have always been a form of political discussion. Also almost all localities in the U.S. have one. – Pros: more details than TV – Cons: circulation is dropping, TV and web are/


Ronald J. Hedges ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY: TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS UNDER THE FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE AND BEYOND 1.

attorney’s professional obligations” and to “communicate directions appropriate under the circumstances ***.“ Comment also amended to address client selection of “a particular nonlawyer service provider outside the firm.” Comment also amended to address client selection of “a particular nonlawyer service provider outside the firm.” Comment to Model Rule 7.2 amended to address reference electronic media in context of attorney advertising. Comment to Model/


Sanjay Ranade, Head, DCJ, UoM 1 Electronic Media Criticism: Applied Perspectives Peter B. Orlik; Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2000.

Channel, To Whom, With What Effect Sanjay Ranade, Head, DCJ, UoM 142 This process-centered approach to communication certainly did not begin with Lasswell or with the advent of the electronic media. In fact, in his Rhetoric, the Greek philosopher Aristotle recognized it more than 2,000 years ago. As Howard Ziff points out, Aristotle revealed "that the motives of the speaker and psychology of/


M O N T E N E G R O Negotiating Team for the Accession of Montenegro to the European Union Working Group for Chapter 10 – Information society and media.

E N E G R O Negotiating Team for the Accession of Montenegro to the European Union Chapter 10: INFORMATION SOCIETY AND MEDIA Content:  International regulations  Legal Framework in Montenegro  Harmonisation  Privacy in Electronic Communications  Practice  Improvements Chapter 10: Information society and media M O N T E N E G R O Negotiating Team for the Accession of Montenegro to the European Union Chapter 10/


M O N T E N E G R O Negotiating Team for the Accession of Montenegro to the European Union Working Group for Chapter 10 – Information society and media.

N E G R O Negotiating Team for the Accession of Montenegro to the European Union Chapter 10: INFORMATION SOCIETY AND MEDIA  Article 20 –In case of a dispute arising among operators providing electronic communications networks or services, the operators can agree in written form or the Agency suggests for the dispute to be settled by applying the rules for mediating or arbitrary procedures, if/


INTERNET MARKETING CHAPTER4 Social Media Marketing Pranjoy Arup Das.

online partnerships, viral marketing, opt-in-e-mail, offline communications 4. Foundation of Social Media Marketing: Social media & its platforms, Social media marketing, Social media strategy; creating and managing communities, Social media marketing tactics. 5. Business Models & revenue models over Internet: Introduction to E-Business - Electronic business, Electronic Commerce, Types of Electronic Commerce, Benefits, E-Commerce Models, Value chain in E-commerce, E-commerce in India, E-governance, Digital/


Communications and Policy Advocacy Annual Regional Policy Dialogues Francis Hale September 2009

Communication Tools FANRPAN Communication Tools Electronic/Digital Media – www.fanrpan.org FANRPAN Communication Tools Electronic/Digital Media – www.fanrpan.org FANRPAN Communication Tools Electronic/Digital Media – www.fanrpan.org FANRPAN Communication Tools Electronic/Digital Media – www.africaclimatesolution.org FANRPAN Communication Tools Electronic/Digital Media – www.africaclimatesolution.org FANRPAN Communication Tools Electronic/Digital Media/Windhoek, NamibiaAfrican Agriculture in the 21st Century:/


Middle College: Social Media & Students The University of Iowa Michele Armstrong, Cara DeHekker, & Katie Kidwell.

University of Iowa Michele Armstrong, Cara DeHekker, & Katie Kidwell Things to Include on the Website: Social Media & Students Cutting edge social media examples: Admissions Student Involvement External Stakeholders Electronic Civility pledge & resources: Students Faculty & Staff Social media, in the beginning, was used as a means for individuals to communicate on personal interest and stay connected with friends, family, and co-horts. Now information is disseminated through/


Maria Etik Sulistiyani

read data. Example : CD (compact disk) and DVD (digital versatile disk). CD or DVD Electronic Data Storage Device Electronic data storage device uses semi conductor material. The basic technology is EEPROM (electrically erasable programmable read only/. Fax Machine Communication Network (Net tools) transmission media consist of two types: guided and unguided media. Guided In guided media (cable), the wave is guided throughout solid medium, from the source to the destination. The guided media consist of two/


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