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The Ambiguities of Political News
The Ambiguities of Political News - presentation

yoshiko-ma

John Frelinghuysen. . Topic- Construction of Political News. Target Audience – Consumers . Method- Discourse Analysis and Critical thinking . Main Idea- . An In Depth discussion on the topic of News Reporting. .

Media Politics – Chapter 2
Media Politics – Chapter 2 - presentation

karlyn-boh

Comparative Analysis of Media Systems. Functions of News Media . Deliver information on the issues of the day and provide exposure to a wide range of political perspectives (“public sphere”). Provide candidates, parties, and other groups opportunities to make political presentations before a mass audience (“electoral forum”).

The Media
The Media - presentation

stefany-ba

Jounalism. in History. US media has much more freedom than in other countries. Our media is privately owned. Only need licenses from the gov’t to operate. GB – politicians can sue media that pokes fun at them..

Journal To what extent does media coverage shape our perspective of issues and events?
Journal To what extent does media coverage shape our perspec - presentation

marina-yar

The underlying motives or intentions of a specific group or person.. A. udiences . not only learn factual information from exposure to news, but . also . learn about the importance of topics in the news based on how the news media .

News Literacy
News Literacy - presentation

yoshiko-ma

Educating better citizens and student journalists. Megan Fromm, PhD. Salzburg. Academy on Media & Global Change. @. megfromm. / . megfromm@gmail.com. / Prepared for educational use only. Agenda.

Uses of Social Media
Uses of Social Media - presentation

luanne-sto

Use 1: . Share News. Use 2: Promote your own work. See how Purdue makes it . easy to share . their news. New Twitter use study. Lots of interesting . results. For example: Vast majority newspapers feeds promoted organizations’ own work and sent users back to their websites. 93 percent. .

7 Mass Media and the Political Agenda
7 Mass Media and the Political Agenda - presentation

karlyn-boh

Americans used to pay attention when the president was on the radio or the television. Now, with hundreds of channels to choose from, the public does not tune into presidential speeches as often as it used to..

The Rise, Fall and Future of Newspapers and Print Media
The Rise, Fall and Future of Newspapers and Print Media - presentation

pasty-tole

By: Julian Caldwell. Does Anyone here Subscribe to a Traditional Newspaper?. Does Anyone Subscribe to a Magazine?. Does anyone pay for an online subscription to a traditional News Outlet?. Ex: Globe and Mail unlimited, National Post, New York Times.

Political Economy of News
Political Economy of News - presentation

alexa-sche

Dr. Moses Shumow. mshumow@fiu.edu. Key questions. What do we mean by the “political economy” of news production?. Why is this approach important when we think about different approaches to media literacy?.

Social Media & the Spread of Misinformation
Social Media & the Spread of Misinformation - presentation

tatyana-ad

Growing Number of Social Media . U. sers are Misinformed About . Current Events. People who rely mainly on social media for news are often misinformed on current events or have formed an opinion on a topic without researching or fact checking..

Bias in the Media
Bias in the Media - presentation

giovanna-b

How does the media shape our opinions?. Essential Questions?. What is “bias”? Is bias inherent in the news media?. What can news consumers do about bias in the news?. How does freedom of the press function in today’s society?.

Guidelines: What the media does, doesn’t do—and why
Guidelines: What the media does, doesn’t do—and why - presentation

tatiana-do

Sharon Begley. Senior Correspondent, Health and Medicine,. Reuters. Evidence-Based Guidelines Affecting. Policy, Practice and Stakeholders. New York Academy of Medicine. December 11, 2012. (Some) Doctors.

Fake news – the journalists’ perspective
Fake news – the journalists’ perspective - presentation

tawny-fly

Dr. Glenda . Cooper. City University London. @glendacooper. ‘Fake news and the Public’ – Harpers’ Magazine. “Once the news faker obtains access to the press wires all the honest. editors alive will not be able to repair the mischief he can do. An editor.

What Is The Media and  Why Work With Journalists?
What Is The Media and Why Work With Journalists? - presentation

briana-ran

What Is the Media…. Refers to all means of communication to disseminate information to a large audience. Collecting and publicizing information to create awareness and public knowledge. Broadcast. : Radio, Television.

Mass Media
Mass Media - presentation

sherrill-n

Mass Media refers to all forms of communication that transmit information to the general public.. Key Definitions. A medium is a means of communication. Media is the plural of medium. The mass media are means of communication, such as newspapers, radio, television, and the internet, that can reach large, widely dispersed audiences..

Keynote “Embracing Social Media as a Global Communication Tool”
Keynote “Embracing Social Media as a Global Communication - presentation

sherrill-n

Sara Smith . @. telesara. Who I am:. Sara Smith. Social Media Editor. NBC10. Philadelphia. @. telesara. Social Media Rules BREAKING NEWS. Social Media Rules BREAKING NEWS. Social Media Rules BREAKING NEWS.

Chapter Two: Convergence, Citizen Journalism, and Emerging Media
Chapter Two: Convergence, Citizen Journalism, and Emerging M - presentation

tawny-fly

By Emma Loving, Ian Trai. l. , Hannah LaMond. Introduction. In a dramatic one year period, Americans’ consumption of online news increased by 17.1 percent → local network and cable television, newspapers, audio, and magazines experienced declines.

Y11 Media Booklet Unit 1 Section B:
Y11 Media Booklet Unit 1 Section B: -

neoiate

NEWS WEBSITES. Lesson. Content. Content/tasks. Theory introduced. 1. . - . Introduction to News Websites. Objective: . to understand the growing. importance of new media.. Booklet. task #1 . -comparing TV news with newspapers and news websites..

Media Use in Zimbabwe Findings from the 2012 International Audience Research Project
Media Use in Zimbabwe Findings from the 2012 International A - presentation

calandra-b

Methodology. Methodology: Data Collection. Target population:. Adults ages 15 and older living in Zimbabwe. Sample size:. 1,512 . Mode. :. . Face-to-face interviews in respondents’ homes. Languages:.

Chapter 9 Media By the People, 3rd edition
Chapter 9 Media By the People, 3rd edition - presentation

aaron

The Modern Media. Media. : simply, tools to store and deliver information or data. Traditionally, we have easily recognized the media: our hometown newspaper, the local television news, and the cable news networks.

Media Use in Burma
Media Use in Burma - presentation

jane-oiler

Findings from the 2012 International Audience Research Project. Survey Background and Conditions. Survey Background and . Conditions. Target population is any adult in Burma, aged 15 years or older. Total sample size is 3,000.

Religion and the media Religion in the U.S.
Religion and the media Religion in the U.S. - presentation

lindy-duni

Religion plays a significant role in the lives of . Americans. High for industrialized nations but somewhat less than poor nations. Gallup. Secularization. Sociologists have often argued that the role of religion is in long-term decline within advanced capitalist nations.

News Media Bias
News Media Bias - presentation

jane-oiler

1. . Bell-ringer. A fight between two girls broke out in the hallway last period. The principal asked those who witnessed the fight to report what happened. . The witnesses included:. the best friend of one of the students who fought,.

Media Use in Burma Findings from the 2012 International Audience Research Project
Media Use in Burma Findings from the 2012 International Audi - presentation

trish-goza

Survey Background and Conditions. Survey Background and . Conditions. Target population is any adult in Burma, aged 15 years or older. Total sample size is 3,000. Language: Burmese. Interviews were collected face-to-face in respondent’s home.

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