Radio and TV Programmes Stage Direction

Major: Journalism
Code of subject: 7.061.01.E.26
Credits: 6.00
Department: Journalism and Mass Communication
Lecturer: Fedіv Ivanna Mykolayivna
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: students will know the essence of the work of creating TV and radio programs.
Required prior and related subjects: Internet journalism, Theory and methods of journalistic creativity
Summary of the subject: ease of use - can be read anywhere; the reader receives a complete set of information at once; information of all categories is skillfully composed. Web edition: there is no duplication procedure; the reader of a specific issue of a newspaper (magazine) is potentially an Internet user; room delivery is automatically provided by the Internet system; the newspaper is equally accessible to all Internet users regardless of place of residence; easy to make thematic selections of information. Some publications keep such selections, and some have special search services in the archive of the publication; you can read (read the content) of the publication in an unfamiliar foreign language, using special software that provides automatic translation of the text; "electronic filing" per year takes up only a few megabytes of memory, and can be organized according to user interests; available fragments of articles can be easily used for work (copy, process, quote); detected errors are easily corrected;
Assessment methods and criteria: semester score maximum - 45 exam (maximum) - 55
Recommended books: Potyatynyk B. New and "old" media: the transfer of the "fourth power" - Access mode:[link not available from June 2019 ] McQueel D. Theory of mass communication - L .: Chronicle, 2010 Stromayer G. Politics and mass media - K .: Ed. Kyiv-Mohyla Academy House, 2008 Tossed By A Gale. The Economist. May 14, 2009. (subscription required) Peters, Meghan. "Internet Surpasses Television as a Main News Source for Young Adults [STUDY]." Mashable. Retrieved 6 April 2012.