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The Specifics of Internet Broadcasting in The Czech Republic with Focus on the Viewers' Comments on the Show Jak nás vidí svět (
Milotová, Barbora ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
This diploma thesis The Specifics of Internet Broadcasting in the Czech Republic with Focus on the Viewers' Comments on the Show Jak nás vidí svět ( deals with the typical features of online television broadcasting in the Czech Republic and their comparison to the typical features of traditional television broadcasting. In the practical part, the thesis focuses on the viewers' comments on the show Jak nás vidí svět. The main aim of the thesis is to describe the current position of internet television broadcasting in the Czech Republic with its specifics and its differences compared to traditional broadcasting, focusing on the show Jak nás vidí svět (, specifically on the viewers' comments on the show. First, traditional and internet broadcasting are defined and their specifics are analyzed in detail, which are then compared in a separate chapter. The aim of the first part of the thesis is to find and define the specifics of internet television broadcasting in the Czech Republic, especially in comparison with traditional television broadcasting, with regard to the ongoing media convergence and the fact that the individual forms converge and sometimes intersect. The practical part is based on one of the typical features of online broadcasting, namely participation in the form of...
Online reviews of a documentary I, Tonya and users' comments in Česko-Slovenská filmová databáze
Horová, Kateřina ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis is concerned with the foreign media's responses to and the users' comments in Česko-Slovenská filmová databáze on the movie I, Tonya. The first part of the present bachelor thesis is dedicated to introducing the careers of both figure skaters from the movie. Furthermore, it puts in context the situation in figure skating in the United States of America at the time of the attack and the actualities that lead to it. At the end of its first part, the thesis analyses both foreign and Czech period media's responses to the attack, focusing on one sports periodical and one classic daily newspaper. The second part of the present bachelor thesis defines the term dramaturgy and the structure of narration. It focuses on individual parts of the story and explains the term adaptation in detail. Moreover, it is concerned with the theory of a documentary and a movie review, also mentioning the history of Czech critique. In the following chapters, the present bachelor thesis deals with the movie, which is its topic. Based on the available information, it compares the reality with the movie adaptation and mentions other movie adaptations of Nancy Kerrigan's attack. The second part of the bachelor thesis uses six foreign reviews, three from the United Kingdom and three from the United States...
Online film reviews of a biographical movie Masaryk and users' comments in Česko-Slovenská filmová databáze
Černovský, Marek ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
The bachelor's work "Internet reviews of a biographical film Masaryk and users' online comments in Česko-Slovenská filmová databáze" depicts and analyses a biographical and historical film Masaryk both with users' online comments in Česko-Slovenská filmová database ( and reviews, especially on the websites, Filmová databáze (,, and Comparing all the comments and reviews, the characteristic features of the film as well as its specifics in terms of biographical genre are demonstrated. The work also compares the film's plot with real events as they actually occurred. A theoretical part precedes the analysis so it can have a factual basis. The work characterises film as a dramatic art, specifies a biographical genre as a whole and describes the evolution of a Czech film criticism, including its transition from printed to online form. Attention is also given to Jan Masaryk himself - his persona, career and legacy. Quantitative research shows how well today's Czech public knows Jan Masaryk and events depicted in the film.
Analysis and comparison of lifestyle magazines and their equivalents as the supplements of Czech journals
Adamcová, Hana ; Jirků, Jan (advisor) ; Miessler, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis compares lifestyle magazines with lifestyle supplements of Czech newspapers based on quantitative analysis. The theoretical part is focused on the analysed media - it describes their history, current situation and briefly characterizes specific titles with focus on lifestyle. Part of the text deals with media commercialization, which, as a trend, undeniably belongs to present day's media. In addition to general definitions, advertising is discussed in more detail in relation to printed media and the tendencies to eliminate the boundaries between commercial and non-commercial content. The practical part consists of analysis of selected magazines and newspaper supplements. The researched material used is, in each case, three-month worth of issues of lifestyle magazines Elle and Harper's Bazaar as well as newspaper supplements Esprit LN and Proč ne?!. The objective of this analysis is to confirm or reject the hypothesis, that lifestyle magazines published in the form of free newspaper supplements include less editorial text and more advertisements and visual content than standalone lifestyle magazines.
Construction of Reality in News and Relation with Non-media Reality
Jirglová, Dominika ; Jirků, Jan (advisor) ; Miessler, Jan (referee)
The master thesis is concerned with an analysis and a comparison of two realities that, according to the theory explained in the text, are supposed to be different. The first part of the thesis deals with the theoretical framework through the analysis of the relation between media and reality. Basic approaches focusing on this coexistence through several paradigms, above all social constructivism and social representation, are explained. The theoretical part contains a chapter dedicated to the basics of news and the specificities of the content creation. The practical part of the thesis is first comprised of a definition and of an analysis of the news media reality, based on the declarative statements of its relation to the non-media reality. The same type of analysis is secondly also applied to the non-media or life reality. In order to facilitate comprehension of the topic and of these two realities, the work analyses a case study of a news event. Based on the case study, the practical section leads then to a comparative analysis of the characteristics of both studied realities. The final part suggests the definition of a relation between the media reality based on news production on the one hand and the non-media reality on the other hand. The work examines thus the degree of validity of the...
Czech Shovelware: from Czech Print Media to News Servers or Conversely
Némethová, Eva ; Jirků, Jan (advisor) ; Podzimek, Jan (referee)
This thesis investigates the trend of reusing the content of printed media in their on-line counterparts, based on several selected Czech national newspapers (Mladá fronta DNES, Lidové noviny, Právo) and their corresponding news servers (,, over the course of one constructed week in 2015. The theoretical section examines the interrelatedness of printed and on-line media, the impact of digitization on the transformation of the journalistic profession, and its influence on the content and recipients of media communications. The fundamental questions posed by this research are as follows: What percentage of the printed content is reused in the newspaper's corresponding on-line version and vice versa, and which of the selected media reuse the most content? The research operates with three initial hypotheses regarding the quantity and frequency of content conversion: printed journals reuse their content in on-line news servers at a rate of up to 5%, news servers reuse their content in printed journals at a rate of up to 10%, and the practice of shovelware is most frequently employed by the periodicals Mladá fronta DNES and Právo. The aim of the research is to reveal and interpret shovelware trends in the selected media and evaluate how this practice is perceived. The...
Russian language printed periodicals in the Czech Republic from 1990 to 2016
Kučerová, Marie ; Nečas, Vlastimil (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with Russian language periodic press in the Czech Republic from 1990 to 2016. Based on a quantitative document analysis, the thesis describes changes in number of periodicals, identifies three types of publishers and details the biggest publishing companies. Readers and functions of Russian language periodic press are defined with the help of in-depth interviews with media producers. The thesis is supplemented by a list of Russian language titles published in the Czech Republic in 2018. It also contains a description of producers of this minority language media and their working conditions. The thesis concludes that there is a declining tendency in number of Russian language titles published in the Czech Republic. The age of readers of this type of minority media varies. The audience speak and read in Russian and it is also comfortable for them to read in this language. These printed periodicals provide their readers with civic and cultural explanation and with apolitical information with so called Czech element. These functions enable their readers assimilation into the major society.
Satire and parody on social networks: fake Czech profiles
Poloch, Jiří ; Křeček, Jan (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
The aim of this work is to map fake Czech profiles on social networks Facebook and Twitter. "Fake profiles" in this case mean those where authors are acting as a well-known person, company or institution. Best known Czech profiles are Twitter's @schwarzenbergk, @kardinalvlk or @ovcacek_jiri and Facebook profile @jiriovcacekunofficial. After a general introduction to the topic, which includes, among other things, a brief look at the topic of political satire and the introduction of social networks, including the regulation they take to protect personality, the main part follows. It analyzes 8 different Czech false profiles. The content of the posts, the account statistics, the most successful posts and possibly other related information are presented. An important part of the work are interviews with authors of these profiles as well as with counterparts: real people or companies. This offers a close look at the backstage of the creation and running of the profile and, on the other hand, the possibility to gain the reaction of the concerned party. A comparative analysis of false and real Jiří Ovčáček's Facebook profiles is conducted in this part as well. The next section is included in order to bring a wider view of the issue. It is devoted to similar profiles abroad, which gives the possibility...
The Impact of Influencers on Young Pople's Body Image Aged 15 to 26
Shíbalová, Kamila ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
The bachelor thesis dealing with the topic "Impact of influencers on body image of young people aged 15-26" aims to define the nature of the influence stemming from the so- called social media influencers on their followers, through quantitative research. Social networks and their users who communicate with each other through audiovisual content play a key role in this work. The theoretical and practical part of the thesis focuses on the area of perception of the body, dissatisfaction with it, and is looking for possible connections with consumption of the content shared by influencers. The first part deals with several possible ways of understanding the term body image, which is closely related to the cult of beauty. It is followed by the history of perception of body image interpreting the dynamic development of trends in ideas of the so-called ideal body. The next chapter describes the phenomenon of new media and web pages employing so-called user-generated content. Two social networks typical of photo and video sharing were selected for the purpose of the research: YouTube and Instagram. Presentation of users with a high number of followers, the so-called influencers, undoubtedly affects the formation of opinions, values, and lifestyle of their audience. Therefore it is defined here how the influencers...
The development and change of information leaks in news articles published on tech - oriented media and
Martinů, Ondřej ; Miessler, Jan (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
The topic of this thesis is the content of news articles regarding information leaks published on websites and, which focus on mobile phone news and related topics. Information leaks nowadays often appear in the electronics area on related websites, therefore it is proper to focus on this phenomenon from the viewpoint of media analysis. The work explores (through quantitative content analysis) not only the frequency of such reports between years from 2006 to 2016, but also other features, such as sources of such reports, the location of the notice regarding the information leak, or the potential doubt of the author over the truth of the content of such information. Further attention is paid to the comparison of differences between the Czech and international pages. On the theoretical level, this thesis focuses on the topics of online journalism, sources of online journalism, information embargo, ethical aspects of information leaks, with attention to originators of such reports called "leakers". This thesis seeks to clarify the transformation of the two mentioned sites over the said years in regard to the news articles focused on information leaks.

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