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Regionality in public-service television of selected 'European countries - comparative study
Bělka, Michal ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Miessler, Jan (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on history, position and activities of public service television broadcasters in selected European regions: South Moravia, Eastern Jutland, Andalusia and Scotland. In its theoretical section, we address the issue of the changing role of public service media in the era of technological convergence and new emerging opportunities in the environment of social media and other digital platforms. We also discuss the importance of regional television stations, studios and editorial offices from the viewpoint of both broadcasters and the citizens of particular regions. The empirical section consists of a comparative study focusing on the activities of Czech Television's studio in Brno, DR's production center in the Danish city of Aarhus, a regional station called TV2 Østjylland, RTVE's territorial center in Andalusia, a regional broadcaster RTVA and, last but not least, BBC Scotland. Based on interviews with key public service television managers in all four countries, we have mapped regional activities of these broadcasters from a number of perspectives: local and historical context; legislative and regulatory requirements; organizational and financial framework; broadcast content and interactive communication with the audience. The study also presents specific projects run by the...
Selected aspects of regional public service television broadcasting in the Czech Republic and Denmark
Bělka, Michal ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Lokšík, Martin (referee)
Public service television broadcasting holds a key role in the European media landscape. Furthermore, when we step down from the national level and take a look into individual regions, its importance and unique position become even more apparent. Local media companies may get bundled by strong ties between editorial staff and local advertisers while the official city journals may tend to function more like a mayor's speaking trumpet than impartial newspapers. Public service television - independent of local politicians or advertisers - has an opportunity to serve as one of the few unbiased and economically stable information sources, letting the people know about what's happening in their neighborhood: At the town hall, county seat or anywhere else within their own region. The Czech TV fulfills this role since its foundation in 1992. Starting with only seven regional newsrooms, it now operates 14 of them with a couple of new studios being built right now as the Czech TV aims to start self-reliant regional broadcasting in near future. This thesis brings a comparative study focused on the position, operations and production of the Czech TV's regional newsrooms in comparison with the situation in Denmark where regional public service television broadcasting enjoys a very privileged status since 1980s. We will...
Financial Analysis of Těsnění a pružné elementy, Ltd.
Bělka, Michal ; Marek, Petr (advisor) ; Daněk, Stefan Svatopluk (referee)
The aim of my bachelor thesis is to make financial analysis of Těsnění a pružné elementy, Ltd. The thesis is divided into three parts -- analysis specification, company introduction and application of the defined methodology. The methodology consists of horizontal and vertical analysis of balance sheet, ratio indicators of profitability, solidity and models of bonity standing of the firm. The company has much non-traditional specifity. These are also presented in my thesis, particularly in the second part. Only a limited amount of inside information, which helped me to extend a company description and to reveal several specificities, was available. The result of the analysis and the financial standing of the company are summarized in the conclusion.

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