|Statement||[editor, Vicki MacLeod].|
|Series||Global report series.|
|Contributions||MacLeod, Vicki., International Institute of Communications.|
|LC Classifications||HE8689.4 .M43 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 303 p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||97136333|
The broad strokes of Russian media ownership policy are relatively easy to identify: a commitment, expressed in statutory form, to mass media pluralism, marked by both state and private ownership. Beyond that however, the lines become blurred, as policy formulation becomes subject to competing demands. State domination and control gives way, but not without complex relationships Author: Monroe Price, Peter Krug. The question whether concentration of media ownership in the book trade affects publishing and distribution of “quality literature” is also raised. posed by convergence, as well as media Author: Gillian Doyle. For the first 50 years of the history of broadcasting and telecommunications in the United States, two models, not one, governed ownership and regulation in the telephone and radio industry. United States regulators oversaw a monopoly in telecommunications (though not a state monopoly, as in Europe). By contrast, US law provided for competition in br0adcasting. 5. The Politics of the Media in the English Speaking Caribbean - Hopeton S Dunn; 6. The Political Economy of Media in Southern Africa, - William Hueva, Keyan Tomaselli and Ruth Teer-Tomaselli; 7. Media Ownership and Control in Africa in the Age of Globalisation - Francis Nyamnjoh; 8. Media and Neoliberalism in Latin America - Ana Fiol; 9.
KEY POINT - Recent trends in media ownership and control suggest that the number of companies controlling global mass media has significantly shrunk in recent years. Bagdikian () notes that in , 50 corporations controlled the vast majority of all news media in the USA, but by media ownership was concentrated in seven corporations. Case Study 6: Media Ownership Case Study 6: Media Ownership Elizabeth Hart Editorial independence The concentration of media ownership also matters because of its potential for the control of editorial matter, news and other information throughout the media. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. 1 INTERPRETING MEDIA CONVERGENCE. 3 MEDIA OWNERSHIP AND THE NATIONSTATE. 4 AUDIENCES OF NEOLIBERAL IMAGINARIES. This section focuses on patterns of ownership in the media industry. Be-cause ownership bestows control,10 it shapes the information provided to voters and consumers. Ownership, of course, is not the only determinant of media content. In many countries, even with private ownership, government regulates the media industry, provides direct.
Media convergence - Media convergence - Transmedia storytelling: One way that professional media has engaged with media convergence is through transmedia storytelling, in which stories are told across multiple platforms. Although it is intimately connected to brands and franchises being spread across media by corporate conglomerates (e.g., Star Wars, The Matrix, Harry Potter, various Disney. Why do screen narratives remain so different in an age of convergence and globalisation that many think is blurring distinctions? This collection attempts to answer this question using examples drawn from a range of media, from Hollywood franchises to digital . Richard Campbell,Founder and former Chair of the Department of Media, Journalism and Film at Miami University, is the author of “6 Minutes” and the News: A Mythology for Middle America () and coauthor of Cracked Coverage: Television News, the Anti-Cocaine Crusade, and the Reagan Legacy ().Campbell has written for numerous publications, including Columbia Journalism Review, . The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: The Science of Paper versus Screens. E-readers and tablets are becoming more popular as such technologies improve, but research suggests that reading on paper.