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Principles of News TV Channel Communication Aside the Screen
Nevšímalová, Aneta ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Jirák, Jan (referee)
UNIVERZITA KARLOVA FAKULTA SOCIÁLNÍCH VĚD Institut komunikačních studií a žurnalistiky Katedra mediálních studií Diplomová práce 2020 Aneta Nevšímalová This Master's thesis analyses ČT24 communication on its website and on social media in order to assess the effectiveness of ČT24 network's communication strategy in the online environment as well as to answer whether the ČT24's online presence aims at drawing in younger audiences. The theoretical part addresses the means in which ČT24 communicates in the online environment as well as the content that ČT24 publishes on its website and on social media. This part also includes information obtained on the basis of interviews. The empirical part is based on a comparative analysis of TV broadcasting posts as well as online posts. The aim of this part is to determine the effectiveness of of ČT24's communication strategy on its website and on social media. The empirical part reveals the ways in which ČT24 public broadcasting TV modifies content to reach users of these various digital platforms. The empirical part also includes a survey, which addresses the question of attractiveness of ČT24's online platforms for younger audiences.
Czech Satire TV Shows: Current Status
Kořanová, Adéla ; Jirák, Jan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
Diploma thesis Czech satire TV shows: Current status aims to discover how contemporary television production works with satirical genre. Using qualitative analysis of sample of three selected shows regarded as satirical: Cosmic, Gnome and Nadrazi, it tries to describe and answer questions what topics are brought to the audience and what image of these motives the series present. After the necessary theoretical anchoring that defines satirical genre, its status in certain critical approaches and a brief history of satirical production on Czech television screens after the Velvet Revolution follows a practical analysis of plots and formal structures of the series. The analysis focuses on identification and description of satirical objects as they are shown in each of the shows. In conclusion, the thesis connects results of the analysis and findings from the theoretical part to research questions.
Political Talk Show as a construction of "regime of truth" in authoritative society
Semenova, Maiia ; Reifová, Irena (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
In this diploma thesis I study the meaning-making discourse practices of the media in the post- modern time. Current social transformations, influenced by the questioning of the categorical certainty of the modern way capturing the world, inevitably raise questions about the effect of emerging forms of reality's representation on the formation of mediated public space. Whereas, the critical perspective, developed in the context of scientific research, considers the enhancement of the entertainment component in communication space as a failure of media institutions to fulfill the ideal of the public sphere, the second stream of thinking evaluates current transformations quite optimistically, because it regards television formats overflowing with emotional expressions as an emancipatory space that is open to marginal voices in society. Exactly the media genre of talk shows, as a very controversial format, necessarily attracts much attention in the outlined debate. However, it is developed primarily by liberal democratic societies, while the focus of the research is the analysis of the talk show from a Russian society based on authoritarian tradition. The post-Soviet transformation in the 1990s caused a loss of the previous foundations for the self-concept of the individual, which is why I am trying...
Political-news satire in The Daily Show
Janák, Antonín ; Kruml, Milan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The aim of the Bachelor thesis "Political-news satire in The Daily Show" is to map evolution of political and news satire in TV in United States of America with emphasis to evolution and impact of the cult show The Daily Show, which is airing on Comedy Central channel. It tries to map structure and evolution of the show throughout the whole history of the show. After general introduction to the history of political satire in television before The Daily Show was broadcast, the thesis focuses on the most prominent personalities who worked as a staff of the show and had the biggest impact on formation of content and the message of The Daily Show. Particular attention is paid to the main era of Jon Stewart's role as a host, where the show has experienced a period of the greatest fame and has influenced the future of the political-news satire to the present. However, it also examines the main changes in recent history of the show and the changes brought by the new moderator Trevor Noah. In the last part, the work focuses on the influence that the program and its prominent personalities have had on the current wave of increased interest and popularity of political- satire not only in the United States, but all around the world and examines the most famous figures of contemporary political-news satire.
Typology of series and programming structure of continuous broadcasting CT24
Klepáčová, Sára ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Kruml, Milan (referee)
Typologie pořadu a programová struktura kontinuálního vysílání ČT24 Sára Klepáčová Annotation The aim of this thesis is to define and analyze one of the TV shows of the ČT24 news station - Studio ČT24. It is a specific type of continuous broadcast delivered by ČT24 to the viewers, as the only one in Czech republic, every day - seven days a week. In its way it is also unique among the TV shows of european public service media. Theoretical part deals with standart procedures in news broadcasting, starting with acquiring the information and its incorporation into the broadcasting script. This part contains factual notes provided by the ČT 24 news broadcast deputy editor-in-chief František Lutonský. Research aims on the structure of the show itself, particularly on the content, by means of the quantitative content analysis. It demonstrates the structure and composition of the continuous broadcast of the ČT24 news station on the sample of four whole weeks choosed from four programme periods. It also aims on the changes of broadcast composition in case of extraordinary event. in context of the viewership.
Political tabloid press on examples of titles "Na vlastní oči Praha 10" and "Na vlastní oči"
Komrska, Jiří ; Osvaldová, Barbora (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The main goal of this diploma thesis was to find patterns on the pages of Na vlastní oči (With One's Own Eyes) title that define gutter press in its specific form of political tabloid. The analysis was concerned with the time period from 2016 to 2019 during which the said title was published in total of four waves each of which related to the relevant pre-election campaign. The Na vlastní oči title was initially published anonymously and only later Jan Čížek, publisher of the regional town-hall newspaper and a Freedom and Direct Democracy Party (SPD) candidate, claimed to be the publisher. SPD subsequently became the final sponsor of the newspaper. In the first wave of publishing activity, the authors of the title focused on a disparaging campaign against the then-candidate for the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic Parliament and, in a broader context, against the whole opposition within the City Council of the Prague 10 City Ward. In its later publications, the newspaper dealt mostly with topics aimed at spreading fear of an unspecified danger associated with the refugee crisis and concerns about the unknown in the form of the Islamic Religion which was always associated with the threat of terrorism. In the context of its election programme, SPD also communicated groundless criticism...
The election of the Director General of Czech Television in 2017 as a news topic
Coufalová, Dominika ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Lokšík, Martin (referee)
The thesis deals with the election of the Director General of Czech Television in 2017. The topic is viewed from the perspective of the media agenda of print and online media. The researched media was chosen by the key of the highest readership in the period from the beginning of January to the end of April 2017. The thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. The theoretical part deals with the specifics of the effects of media, which categorizes into three types. Furthermore, the theory mentions the concept agenda-setting, which belong to the long-term effects of the media, and which includes the examined media agenda. The theory also defines the concepts of public service and public service media, related terms and basic legal anchoring. The theoretical part also presents the Czech Television institution and its supervisory body, which elects the General Director, the Council of Czech Television. The practical part, through the analysis of news outputs that were published for the election in the defined period, using quantitative content analysis and qualitative analysis of the frameworks, shows how the choice was displayed in the media environment and what topics it raised. The quantitative part defines the codes that were most frequent in the news output. The qualitative part...
Contemporary Czech TV series: methods used in screenplay development
Knéblová, Michaela ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The thesis deals with contemporary Czech serial production in terms of script development. It focuses primarily on the development of screenplays for the series on Česká televize and on drama series with one-hour episodes. It compares the development in the Czech environment with British and American practice. It maps the current Czech serial environment, creates an overview of contemporary Czech serials in broadcasting and clarifies the basics of narrative serial structure. It contains a comparison of selected pilot parts in terms of their narrative structure. It focuses on both screenwriting practice and development practices from the point of view of the television of public service, in the case of the American production it focuses on the Hollywood system. It uses methods of qualitative analysis of scripts, in-depth semi-structured interviews with creative producers and comparison of script development in individual productions.
Comparison of media coverage of football, volleyball and floorball in selected media types in Czech Republic
Čech, Filip ; Bednařík, Petr (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on two different sports media ČT sport and Deník Sport. Based on the broadcasting program, respectively the content of individual copies, examines two selected periods of one year. The aim is to find out the content coverage of football, volleyball and floorball sports in individual media. The data is recorded in the coding sheet according to individual sports and media. Results are sorted by content type, content length and other selected criteria. The results bringing a very strong dominance of football topics in the printed media and a high share of content on ČT sport. Volleyball and floorball are considerably limited in the press, while on television they get their space, which, however, could be higher due to the player base of the two sports.
The image of the vampire in popular media
Hezinová, Jana ; Bednařík, Petr (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
From the beginning of the twenty first century vampires begin to appear in other genres other than the horror and their image in popular media starts to change. The changes begin not only in the image but also the perception of vampire in popular media shifts into new directions. These changes are interconnected and influence each other. The thesis will analyse the ways vampires are portrayed in films and TV series from the end of the twenties century until recent times. The changes happening will be explored across different genres and across time. The thesis will then attempt to examine whether there is a pattern of trends within the observed forms, and whether these trends are common across the different genres.

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