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Launch of the public-service culture channel: Broadcast Analysis of ČT art untill the year 2014
Skalník, Jan ; Bednařík, Petr (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
Diploma thesis "Launch of the public-service culture channel: Broadcast analysis of ČT art until the year 2014" describes the origin and development of the channel ČT art, including an analysis of how it influenced the transformation of ČT2. This thesis, therefore, includes the programme composition of both channels monitoring the period from autumn 2013 to autumn 2014, as well as the programme composition of ČT2 from autumn 2012. This allows us to evaluate how ČT2 attended to cultural broadcasting before the launch of the new and thematically specialized channel ČT art. Moreover, the thesis tries to point out the trends taking place in television broadcasting such as digitalization, fragmentation of TV audiences and media convergence. These trends are illustrated by using specific examples from the Czech Television, as well as the theoretical foundation. The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on describing public-service media, services they provide and their roles in fulfilling the cultural needs of society. In addition, it also draws attention to examples of culturally oriented channels within Europe. The results of the analysis of programme schemes of both channels are complemented by findings from interviews with the leading employees of the Czech Television, which were not aimed to focus...
Character of Journalist in the Danish Series Borgen
Krištofíková, Klára ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Novotný, David Jan (referee)
anglicky The aim of the diploma thesis Character of A Journalist in the Danish Series Borgen is to analyze the role and development of the journalist's character in terms of his professional life. At the same time, the aim is to create a representative typology of situations the journalist often gets into. The thesis deals with myths and stereotypes that surround the journalist profession and finds out how are these stereotypes reflected in the audiovisual work. The basis of the analysis and narrative approach is book Narrative as Virtual Reality: Immersion and Interactivity in Literature and Electronic Media by Marie-Laure Ryan. It takes a narrative as a mental image or construct, which consists of a world inhabited by beings who, by their actions, change the world. To create a situation typology the thesis works with set of diagrams. The diagrams visualise relationships and events between the characters. These diagrams are created by a visualisation program that makes it easy to understand the relationships between individual subjects, highlights the repeating situations and the characters at the heart of the action. It also allows more effective analysis through the overal view of the series and their systematic and complete description.
Normalization-era cinematography in Czech current television broadcasting
Jabůrek, Václav ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
There are lots of studies about normalization cinematography, its content or historical context of its creation. But there was no research about its presence in post-communist television broadcast in the Czech Republic. This work takes a look on five biggest TV channels - ČT1, ČT2, Nova, Prima and Barrandov - in eight chosen years between 1994 and 2015. Content analysis shows, how are Czech televisions dealing with movies and series from communist era, and whether there are any long-term trends connected with this genre. Thanks to the research method, we can see how the usage of those titles has developed up to present. Study also focuses on programmes during weekends and holidays and the amount of normalization movies on these occasions. One part of this work is dealing with communist propaganda and its presence in current broadcast. As Harald Welzer's studies show, old movies are hugely affecting people's understanding of historical events. Therefore, this survey focuses on Czechoslovak movies, which are falsifying modern history such as TV series Thirty Cases of Major Zeman or comedy Bourlive vino. Apart from those cases, less propagandistic movies have also been examined. For example those showing idealized image of normalization society and values of the former regime.
Importance of video content on Czech news sites
Drechslerová, Terezie ; Géla, František (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The importance of video content in Czech internet news has been steadily rising for almost two decades, media houses are creating and expanding separate video-making departments and investing in equipment needed for their creations. News websites place considerable emphasis on the production of their own audiovisual content, which has become so common that the reader has come to expect it. The work brings a comprehensive description and evaluation of the video content of three major Czech news sites: iDnes.cz, Novinky.cz and Aktuálně.cz. It describes the processes, techniques and tools used in video journalism and gives an overview of the video production of these three news sites and insight into the relevance of video for Czech online news. The practical part draws on a case study of the selected websites, which focuses on the individual editorial environment and their common practice. It includes a quantitative content analysis that answers the research question: "What is the current form of video content on news sites iDnes.cz, Novinky.cz and Aktuálně.cz?" The analysis is accompanied by interviews with experts from the field and my own experience. In my interviews, I asked questions, related to the theoretical part of this work, about the inner workings of editorial teams, their team strategy and source...
Potencial of Czech contemporary political film and TV-series
Keil, Jindřich ; MORAVEC, Václav (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The bachelor thesis on topic of The Potential of Contemporary Czech Political Film and TV-series focuses mainly towards the fictional works. So not documentary work, neither those knowingly citing real events and people. In the first part of my thesis I define the concepts, that are necessary for understanding and further research. Then the work explores historical and current situation of this genre in Czech cinematography and in television market. Then in a last part we look through the questionnaire at the opinion of a few Czech independent producers. What is interesting about their answers is not only their approach towards the mentioned genre, but to Czech cinematography and and its principles as well. In conclusion, the thesis will attempt to evaluate what is the real potential of political fiction genre in the Czech Republic and whether this type of film should be in a center of the interest for current and future producers.
Image of media in British television political fiction
Nitra, Vojtěch ; Hladík, Radim (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee) ; Zezulková, Markéta (referee)
NITRA, Vojtěch. Obraz médií v britské televizní politické fikci. Praha, 2018. 75 s. Diplomová práce (Mgr.) Univerzita Karlova, Fakulta sociálních věd, Institut komunikačních studií a žurnalistky. Katedra mediálních studií. Vedoucí diplomové práce PhDr. Radim Hladík, PhD. Abstract This diploma thesis deals with the image of media in selected works of popular culture. Specifically, in the television production, where politicians play the central role or those series which take place in the political sphere and in the state bureaucracy. Another condition is that the stories are fictitious and originally produced in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The researcher choosed those TV series for his research: Yes, Minister; Yes, Prime Minister; The New Statesman, the trilogy of House of Cards, To Play The King, and The Final Cut; and The Thick of It. The research tracks individual series with the focus on the theme of the research. After introducing the reviewed material, it focuses on individual characters and their relationship to the media or whether they are directly representatives of the media professions. In the end of the thesis the research searches for the examples of model depictions of journalists in popular culture and summarizes the role of journalism in the events of the...
Sterotypization of a music star through a documentary
Rotnáglová, Marie ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Křemen, Pavel (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on matters of stereotyping of documentary portraits depicting pop music icons. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with issues such as stereotyping as part of media representation of reality, and the definition of term "celebrity" and its specifics in the context of music industry. The term "documentary portrait" is also grasped theoretically. The practical part of the thesis introduces the documentary films which were examined. The methodology of the research and its design are described as well. The final part of the thesis consists of a research report, which includes results acquired by a qualitative survey on the basis of a grounded theory method.
Spectator's Reflexion of Changes in Czech Dubbing of Sitcom The Big Bang Theory
Thi Trinhová, Huyen ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Jansa, Petra (referee)
This work deals with the audience reflection on the changes in the Czech casting of the sitcom The Big Bang theory. In the introduction we will learn about dubbing and its short history in the Czech Republic and the world. We will also become acquainted with the series and its history in the Czech Republic. Finally, we get to the issue of Czech dubbing, which began in 2014. The crisis resulted in the changes in casting of manyCzech voice actors but the audience did not like them and decided to stand for them. The work deals with these reactions, more precisely the reactions to change in a particular case - The Big Bang Theory. There is an analysis of selected discussions of two media in the practical part - the iDnes.cz web portal and the Prima COOL facebook page. A quantitative content analysis was used as a methodology. The result of the thesis is the analysis and comparison of the behaviours of the viewers of both media. There is also a reflection on the theme of dubbing versus subtitles or the polemic about the future of dubbing.
Exposure of Marilyn Manson in the Czech press
Mašek, Filip ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Hroch, Miloš (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the American singer Marilyn Manson and his reflection in the mass media. Marilyn Manson becomes well-known in the early 90's of the 20th century and soon becomes a leading figure of the global music scene and one of the most controversial products of the American pop culture. His work, loudly criticizing the American society and religion in general, both shocks and entertains the public and causes one of the first major global discourses on the influence of violence and brutal art on the youth. He is accused of encourageing people to illegal actions, drugs and promoting homosexuality and sadism. Mass media are very present in all of Manson's career and that is the main interest of this thesis. The first part chronologically presents the artist's life and career and mentions the biggest controversies, which arose in the context of his work. The second part deals with the Czech media and looks into the trend of how was the public informed about Manson via musical and non-musical periodicals and their online versions since the international breakthrough in 1996 until today. Third part presents the survey on Marilyn Manson and also on the relations of controversy and media in general.
Saturday Night Live Behind the Curtain
Jankovský, Filip ; Kruml, Milan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The aim of the Bachelor thesis "Behind the Curtain of Saturday Night Live" is to map general principles that have created an American sketch show Saturday Night Live. The main emphasis is put on creation, structure and protagonists of this television show. Last but not least, the author deals with the big socio-political themes incorporated in the show by its creators. The author proposes three main research questions. Question no. 1: What is the casting procedure for Saturday Night Live? Question no. 2: What is the structure of Saturday Night Live's creative week? Question no. 3: How successful were the individual SNL teams? The author is using qualitative content analysis method. The theoretical part focuses on television entertainment, the role of television in the society and role of television in the USA. The practical part focuses on the creation of Saturday Night Live, the casting process and the overall structure of the show. Additionally, the thesis takes a look on the individual teams, star guests and it also examines influences of socio-political themes on this TV show.

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