In the previous edition of this post, we discussed hoe media is regulated in the United states and the means to which it is implemented in the state. Today we will be discussing the subject matter as present in the UK. The case seems to be different for Britain as it operated for decades without … Continue reading Media Regulation: Great Britain.
Is it not strange when you do a google search on any item, lets take for example: keto foods! and then BANG!! all the ads on facebook, instagram and twitter are showing you keto foods, keto pages and everything keto-related all up in your face. I have even taken pro-efforts to review cookie settings on … Continue reading The Internet: Who’s watching us??
Regulation itself infers an ascribed set of standards or legal instruments by which certain actions, persons or groups are guided. These could be self-imposed or designed by an office of legal authority. In the evolution of the press, the existence of regulation; self-regulation or statutory regulation, referred to the decision by governments, other official decision-making … Continue reading Media Regulation: USA
Jeremy Bentham in the 18th century in his writings, sheds more light on Utilitarianism- the principle of utility, “the greatest happiness of the greatest number of people”. This moral point views actions to be ethically admissible if and just if they produce the most noteworthy level of happiness to the most noteworthy number of individuals. … Continue reading Kant v. Bentham : The standard of ethical journalism. (Cont’d)
EXTERNAL INFLUENCES: News Reality v. Government Control The media has become a major part of a democratic state, it is also referred to as the fourth tier of government. The existence of press freedom is subject to the control of the government. Stories and events that show a negative image or conflict the interest of … Continue reading Media Reporting : Real News v. Organised News! (Cont’d)
Media is the impression of our general public and it delineates what and how society functions, this statement has faced multiple criticisms and reevaluated over the years. This statement is the standpoint of the culturalist perspective to the study of news organization: “news is determined by the pattern of events in the ‘real’ world’. Several … Continue reading Media Reporting : Real News v. Organised News!
Ex-president of the United States of America has recently released his list of the favorite music of 2019. Amongst the top 5 is Nigeria’s top artist, grammy-award nominated artist, Burna Boy. Barack Obama, on the 30th of December on an Instagram post shared a list of his favorite music of 2019, topping the list was … Continue reading Burna Boy’s hit track ‘Anybody’ makes ex-POTUS top 5 favorite music of 2019!
The 16 days of action to end violence against women led by the National Women’s Council of Ireland ended on Friday, December 6, 2019, with a seminar on the practical ratifications and implementations of the provisions of the 2017 Istanbul convention and creating a safer Ireland for women, organized at The Morrison Hotel, Dublin. The … Continue reading NWCI and The Irish Observatory Concludes its 16-day Action to end Violence against Women in Dublin.
Let’s not forget for a minute that i’m a journalist, and i’m constantly going one up on skills required to become better. I’ve been learning about mobile video journalism and the skills involved. Here’s a short interview video i shot to test my level of skills on mojo journalism. The Interview was based on their … Continue reading Mobile Video Trial
The Association of Advertisers in Ireland held on November 22, 2019, the last seminar for the group last year, which hosted Mr. Peter McPartlin and his presentation on “Advertising: Where did it all go wrong”. This presentation was to highlight the gaps between the advertising firms and the other players of the media industries, and … Continue reading Creativity, a new tide for traditional advertising.