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Title      : MCJ - 14 Media Policy and Technology
Subject      : Mass Communication and Journalism
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 19/243
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Features of Indian Constitution Total views (270)  
The creation of the Indian constitution has an interesting history. The establishment of the Indian National Congress gave impetus for Indians to think of gaining political freedom. It was in fact during the time of World War I, a few Indian nationalist leaders urged that the Indian people should have the right to frame their own constitution.
Pages: 13
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Freedom of Speech and Expression and Reasonable Restrictions Total views (254)  
Media freedom is conceptually both legal and political. For a long time, it was freedom of the press, since the other media, especially electronic, were only twentieth century phenomena. Since mass media are powerful tools of information, education and entertainment, they have to work within the societal parameters. Over a period of time, mass media have grown into a social institution manufacturi ......
Pages: 11
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Copyright and Legislative Privileges Total views (256)  
In this unit, we shall discuss the meaning, scope and application of copyright and the offenses or acts that infringe copyright. We further understand the acts of omissions and commissions which shall not interfere with the Copyright Act, 1957. Apart from this, the unit discusses the privileges of legislature and the rights of mass media in reporting the proceedings of parliament and the state leg ......
Pages: 7
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Media Laws Total views (259)  
One cannot claim to be a journalist unless he has a basic knowledge of laws pertaining to working journalists and the press. He will definitely fail in his duty without such a knowledge. He ought to know some of the important laws to function effectively. Eventhough the press plays a significant role in a democracy why has it not found a place in the Indian constitution.
Pages: 8
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Right to Information and Right to Privacy Total views (259)  
The Right to Information (RTI) and the Right to Privacy (RT)}are not something, which concern only the literates or the urbanites. The RTI spans the entire gamut of human rights, from freedom of speech and expression to fulfilling basic needs. Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression. This right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impa ......
Pages: 21
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Press Commissions Total views (256)  
After Independence, there was a persistent demand from the editors and journalists urging the government of India to inquire into the state of the press in India. The appointment of the commission began as an education process. It carried out work of a lasting value for an industry which has been the least organised and which had no self-regulation.
Pages: 8
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Autonomy for Electronic Media Total views (258)  
Broadcasting is a contribution of science and technology to human civilization. It has widened the mental horizon and vision of a civilised citizenry. The success of a broadcasting in India in 1923 with the establishment of radio clubs in Calcutta, Mumbai, Chennai and other places made further efforts possible. A private initiative, the Indian Broadcasting Company Limited, came into being in 1927 ......
Pages: 11
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Media Ethics Total views (258)  
Information is now reaching out to the people through various media like print and electronic. The media are not only informing the people but also influence their attitudes and shape their behavioral patterns. Journalists who write news stories, features, articles and analyses and other stories for daily newspapers and magazines have to act with a great sense of responsibility.
Pages: 8
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Professionalism, Media Education and Professional Bodies Total views (258)  
From the crude printing techniques to the marvel of Internet, mass communication has traversed a long distance in the history of human civilisation. Mediamen are both respected and feared by authorities and common people alike. It is a kind of love-hate relationship. Every society has several structures, which in turn help professions survive and develop.
Pages: 12
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Press Council of India Total views (255)  
The Jawahar Lal Nehru Government appointed a press commission in September 1952 on the basis of series of representations given by the newspaper organisations to look into the problems and prospects of the press in India. These press commission under the chairmanship of Justice Rajadhyaksha submitted its report to the Government in 1954. On the basis of the recommendations of the first press commi ......
Pages: 13
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Evolution and Methods of Printing Total views (256)  
Printing in its earliest form originated in China during the eighth century. Initially, wood blocks cut with relief images were used to reproduce the characters on cloth and paper. Later a form of moveable clay type was used to produce the Chinese books and scrolls. There is no certainty as to the actual date of invention of moveable type.
Pages: 24
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Application of Computers in Newspaper Production Total views (259)  
Computer is a product of counting mechanisms. The early man counted notches on sticks or lines on walls. The Chinese are credited with the invention of abacus for business purposes. The abacus can safely be described as a forerunner of the computers. It worked on the principle of place-value notation.
Pages: 10
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Communication Satellites and Their Services Total views (256)  
A satellite is like a radio-relay station. Its main advantage is its capability of a direct line-of-sight path to 98 per cent of the earth's surface. Of course, this excludes polar caps, that are inaccessible to satellites. The history of communication satellites is interesting. Between 1965 and 1979 the Communications Satellite Corporation (COMSAT) launched four satellites.
Pages: 11
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Internet and Databases Total views (261)  
The Internet has emerged as the medium of communication for the twenty-first century. It is a network of networks- the interlinking, of tens of thousands of businesses, universities and research organisations. In the early 1970s technologies in microcomputers, computer operating systems and long distance communications were put together into a revolutionary concept called the Internet which is wid ......
Pages: 18
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Multimedia Communication Technologies Total views (260)  
Multimedia is emerging as medium of choice in the new millennium. Digital multimedia technology is rapidly encompassing applications featuring education, entertainment and business. Availability of powerful software tools in content creation and distribution has made every end user a multimedia designer.
Pages: 12
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Internet Total views (258)  
Communication is an integral part of our life. We cannot imagine our existence in the absence of communication. Every moment we communicate with others either with words either written or spoken or with gestures. To live is to communicate. Communication is sending messages from one point to another or from one person to another through a medium.
Pages: 16
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Onliine Newspaper Total views (256)  
Online newspapers have occupied a major share in the field of news dissemination. It should be noted that practically most major Indian and offshore newspapers have some form of online products. According to a study, conducted by an independent body, about 4,925 papers were online worldwide including 1,563 newspapers from outside the United States by September 1998.
Pages: 9
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Web Publication and Web Design Total views (258)  
The web was initially conceived and created by Tim Bernes-Lee, a computer specialist from the European Particle Physics Laboratory in 1989. In his words, there was "a need for a collaborative knowledge sharing tool" to support the scientific work in an international context. He and his partner Robert Cailliau created a prototype web for CERN and released it to the Internet community for testing an ......
Pages: 19
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Software Packages for Media Total views (749)  
In this unit the importance of Windows operating system in media communications is addressed (section 1). Adobe Photoshop is considered by many web developers and graphic designers as an essential tool when it comes to creating and editing 2D graphics and photos. It is a professional graphic editing program that gives you control over many aspects of digital imaging.
Pages: 12
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