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Establishing an Audience Based Cross-Media Currency
Establishing an Audience Based Cross-Media Currency - presentation

tatiana-do

. CIMM 4. th. Annual Summit. April 22, 2015. 2. Agenda. Major Steps. Details to Consider. Linkage with CIMM, 3MS and Other MRC Priorities. Next Steps. Level Setting. Cross-Platform. Generally Driven by Devices.

What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why?
What kind of media institution might distribute your media p -

unisoftsm

by. Harvey . Draisey. Independent company . vs. conglomerate . A independent company is a company that may only make one type of magazine. This means that this company targets a niche audience due to the lack of people it attracts to its readership. A conglomerate is a company that is owns different companies across a wide range of medias including TV, radio and magazines. A example of a conglomerate company is Bauer media group, these own Q, Kerrang and mojo to name only a few companies. This means that Bauer will have a larger readership due to the larger selection of music magazines which they offer..

Media Studies Revision
Media Studies Revision - presentation

debby-jeon

Media Key Concept. GRANITE. Every . media text belongs to a . G. enre. . (e.g. a . horror film, dance track, teen magazine). Within that text, a person, place or object is being . R. epresented. in some way, shape or form..

MEDIA STUDIES GCSE
MEDIA STUDIES GCSE - presentation

marina-yar

Assignment 1:. Packaging of DVDs. Learning Objectives. To understand what is required of me in my Media Studies GCSE. To understand key concepts within the Media. Media Studies GCSE . Specifiaction. EXAM 40%.

Welcome to Media Studies GCSE!
Welcome to Media Studies GCSE! - presentation

phoebe-cli

EXAM 40%. Unit 1: Investigating the Media. Written Paper- 1 hr 30 . mins. – 60 . marks. At the end of the two year course (Y11 Summer Term). COURSEWORK . 60%. Unit 2: Understanding the Media. Three assignments to be .

Objective 101.01 Describe the core concepts of digital media and relationship between digital media
Objective 101.01 Describe the core concepts of digital media -

bikersquac

TYPES OF MEDIA. Messages aimed at mass audiences; can be delivered in many forms or methods.. Traditional Media. Social Media. Digital Media. 2. TRADITIONAL MEDIA. Communication that was well-established before the Internet age; books, newspapers, magazines, etc..

Key Audience Theories
Key Audience Theories - presentation

sherrill-n

Hypodermic needle, two-step flow, uses and gratifications, preferred readings and passive/active. Hypodermic Needle theory. Harold Lasswell in 1920s. . It is a linear model of communication (sender is the only one who sends the message and the receiver doesn’t give response or feedback)..

Media Studies GCSE
Media Studies GCSE - presentation

test

EXAM 40%. Unit 1: Investigating the Media. Written Paper- 1 hr 30 . mins. – 60 marks. Based on a pre-released paper which will be released JUNE . 2012 Crime Drama. COURSEWORK 60%. Unit 2: Understanding the Media.

Media Webinars for Ohio’s Strategic Prevention Framework Communities
Media Webinars for Ohio’s Strategic Prevention Framework C - presentation

tatiana-do

Funding provided by: Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services . Presented by: Coalition For a Drug-Free Greater Cincinnati Local Coalition Development Manager/Communications Coordinator.

Recognizing Purpose and Audience in Media Texts
Recognizing Purpose and Audience in Media Texts - presentation

jane-oiler

What is Media?. OTHER MEDIA:. Newspapers. Books and magazines. Recorded music. Movies. Radio. Television. The internet. Purpose of Media Text. Who created it?. Who benefits from it? E.g., If the media text is trying to sell you something, then the company will benefit. If the media text is meant to inform the public (for example, an ad to encourage people to stop smoking), then the public benefits from the text..

Audience reactions to media personae
Audience reactions to media personae - presentation

olivia-mor

Audience members can react in many ways to media personae. The reaction/perspective will depend on a variety of factors. A few significant questions include. :. Does . the audience member treat the .

What is the difference between an active audience and a pas
What is the difference between an active audience and a pas - presentation

calandra-b

What is an active audience. . ?. An active audience is one that actively engages with the text. They do not simply accept every media message. They question what they see and develop their own interpretation of a media product based on their .

AUDIENCE THEORIES
AUDIENCE THEORIES - presentation

mitsue-sta

. Audience Theories. Any form of media has to be analysed on 3 levels:. . Production - Text - Audience. Therefore it is essential you refer to theories that explore the relationship between the audience, media texts and producers:.

Representation and Audience Theory ... One step further
Representation and Audience Theory ... One step further - presentation

kittie-lec

Media Representation Theory. Representation . refers to the construction in any medium (especially the mass media) of aspects of ‘reality’ such as people, places, objects, events, cultural identities and other abstract .

Media Strategy Professor Close and Professor
Media Strategy Professor Close and Professor -

moistbiker

Dudo. Anthony . Dudo. © . IBP PROCESS. TAKE HOME MESSAGE. Anthony . Dudo. © . Even the best messages will be useless if they don’t reach the target audience. SET A MEDIA OBJECTIVE. Anthony . Dudo.

The Role of the Media meeting needs
The Role of the Media meeting needs - presentation

trish-goza

influencing behaviours. achieving purposes. Take “Target Audience” as a title on a new page in your jotters, and under headings of . Blackfish. , . Black Magic . and . Supergirl. . (1984), bullet point .

Media Concepts Key Concepts
Media Concepts Key Concepts -

mrsimon

Media language. - All the different ways that media texts can create meaning e.g. camera angle, costumes, music (stars wars) . Representation. - How the media represents events/stories/opinions. E.g. the Sun and The Guardian have different ways of re-presenting the same thing (Brexit) How people present themselves on fb may be different to reality..

Indie Presentation:
Indie Presentation: - presentation

kittie-lec

Racial . Stereotyping in . the Media. Rachel Butkiewicz. ARE6641. About myself. Currently, I teach middle school art in Round Rock Texas (North of Austin).. I have Illustrated for 3 books. Favorite mediums that I like to work with are.

From
From - presentation

celsa-spra

Audience. . Ethnographer. to Strategic . Comm. Evaluator. Ystad-Ørecomm Seminar, 1-2 June 2012. Revisiting. Media . Ethnograhy. From PTR (. telenovelas. ) and . ‘formation of . publics. ’ .

What you need to know to develop a plan!
What you need to know to develop a plan! - presentation

min-jolico

Advertising and . Promotion in . Santa Barbara. Steve Patchen, Score Mentor. srp1930@gmail.com. Sarah . Sinclair, Advertising Director, SB Independent. sarah@independent.com. Kim Clark, Partner and VP of Business Development, .

Media Terminology
Media Terminology - presentation

marina-yar

Who is easier to understand?. Media person. Martian. or. Target group and universe. Target group. :. The . demographic group that has been identified as the key consumer group for the brand. . All. .

1 Key
1 Key - presentation

min-jolico

Question (recap from previous lessons):. Do representations in the media reflect cultural climate or do they create it?. 2. The Hypodermic Needle Effect in Film. Write a paragraph, analysing the representation and ideology in the image..

AUDIENCE
AUDIENCE - presentation

conchita-m

What is an audience?. The word audience implies a group, the people consuming the mass media, like cinema goers. . Yet in media we often think of an audience as an individual, someone watching, listening or reading alone. .

Work Ready? Lanyards on and visible
Work Ready? Lanyards on and visible - presentation

pasty-tole

Mobile Phones in bags, switched off or to silent. Only bottled water on the table. Coats on backs of chairs. Bags on floor. Notepads and pens at the ready…. Unit 6: Critical Approaches to Creative Media Products.

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