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MCM404: Globalization of Media
Globalization of Media is a broad topic, covering television, radio, film, music, the Internet, and other forms of digital media. The media today seems to play a vital role in promoting globalization, facilitating cultural exchange and the mass flow of information and image between countries by broadcasting international news, television programs, new technologies, film, and music. MCM404 Handouts pdf
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Course Category: Mass Communication MCM404 Handouts pdf
The unique nature of the Pakistani nation-state, Pakistan the first 11 years 1947-1958, From new hopes to shattered dreams: 1958-1971, Renewing Pakistan: 1971-2005, The constitution of Pakistan, The political system of Pakistan, The election commission of Pakistan, Political groupings and alliances: issues and perspectives, The legislative process and interest groups, The population, education and economic dimensions of Pakistan, The national environment policy 2005, The children of Pakistan,
The health sector of Pakistan, NGO and development, The information sector of Pakistan, Media as elements of national power, One globe: many worlds, The United Nations, Millennium development goals, The globalization: threats and responses, WTO, The European Union, Regional pacts, The Pakistan—India relationship, Dimensions of terrorism, Pakistan’s foreign policy, Globalization of media, Indigenization of media, Balancing public, interest and commercial interests, Citizens’ media and citizens’ media dialogue, Citizen media rights and responsibilities, Citizen participation in public service broadcasting, Media in the 21st century MCM404 Handouts pdf
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MCM404: Globalization of Media
The Unique State of Pakistan
Colonial activity at different times in history and especially in the 18th and 19th centuries also played a major role in shaping this new personality. In the 20th and 21st centuries, the state and structure in which the peoples of the world organized themselves and the basis in which they were related to each other, is the way and structure of the “nation”.
Globalization And Indigenization of Media
Digital technology has transformed media and communication by pressing content and completely changing the speed and transmission method. 10 years before 2005, and 5 years before the beginning of the 21st century, in 1995, when the Internet was just beginning to gather momentum, thought ideas, and technology expert Nicholas Negroponte, Professor of Media Technology at MIT, with him. The founder of Media Lab wrote a book entitled: “Being digital”, published by Vintage Books, Random House, New York, U.S.A.
Citizen media is a term with a recent background. Refers to citizen-influenced media, media that serves the interests of citizens (rather than corporate or government interests or interest groups), the media representing the public sector, or organizations in general. Citizen media outlets incorporate the best principles and procedures for private broadcasting.
Citizens Media Dialogue
This term describes two processes:
i) Interviews between citizens about media issues affecting their community, and the interests of citizens. Such dialogue may take place within the forums of citizens with a general interest in public affairs or a particular interest in sectoral issues e.g., education, health, human rights, etc.
ii) Second, the term is used in the system of communication between citizens (as individuals, as illegal groups, or as organized organizations) and all forms of media, whether public or state-owned or privately owned. supported media, or citizen media and social media. The term also includes an online discussion on a website etc.