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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 (idnes.cz, lidovky.cz, novinky.cz) 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 PhoneArena.com and MobilMania.cz
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 PhoneArena.com and MobilMania.cz, 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.
Cybersourcing in the region of Hradec Králové
Rambousková, Michaela ; Osvaldová, Barbora (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
The reason for creating this thesis was my own journalistic work in MF DNES newspaper in Královéhradecký region between 2010 and 2017. As a social networks user I found I use those networks as a tool for my work. I analyzed hundreds of contents of six regional media in Královéhradecký region: the newspapers Deník, MF DNES and Právo, the czech television broadcaster "Česká televize", the czech broadcasting service "Český rozhlas" and the press agency "ČTK". The answer for the question "how regional journalists use social networks as Facebook or Twitter" was that in print media (Deník and MF DNES) they used social networks more in 2016 than in 2010. They are sourcing it both ways - inspiration for the content topic and also as a source of peoples citation. On the other hand, the public service media (Česká televize and Český rozhlas) had only a minimal use of social networks in creating their content. But in case of print media the analysis confirmed, that social networks are becoming an inseparable part of journalistic work.
The internet journals on the social network Facebook
Smudková, Barbora ; Veselková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
CHARLES UNIVERSITY Faculty of Social Sciences Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism Department of Journalism The internet journals on the social network Facebook Master thesis Author: Bc. Barbora Smudková Study program: Journalism Supervisor: Mgr. Zuzana Veselková Year of the thesis defense: 2018 Abstract Social networks which are transforming the essence of the Internet since the beginning of the 21st century have become an important platform for the news media. Through Facebook Czech media are reaching from tens to hundreds of thousands users for which they choose and plan posts above the framework of production of the domestic website from which the content origins. The aim of this thesis is to describe the specifics of the online journalism, and to introduce Facebook as a distribution channel, on the basis of previous research of news on social networks, in which the news are mixed with personal, community, or entertaining content and in which the users have wider possibilities in communication with the media or other readers. The analytical part of the thesis focuses on the content shared on the Facebook profiles of Czech most visited commercial media and of the Czech public service media. Based on the quantitative content analysis and the comparison of the results, the aim of the thesis is...
User-generated content and its use in mainstream Czech audiovisual media shows
Fraj, Gabriela ; Jirků, Jan (advisor) ; Jakubisko, Jorik (referee)
This thesis looks at user-generated content within Czech audiovisual mainstream media. It places this user-generated content within the wider context of citizen journalism, while also comparing this with professional journalism both in terms of ethics and the method topics are processed. The study also takes an excursion into the history of Czech, and Czechoslovak, radio and television broadcasting in terms of the very first interactions of the particular media with viewers and listeners. The study also provides an overview of how listeners and viewers have been able to get involved in content production over the history of radio and television. The study selects programmes within the four most listened-to radio stations and the three most watched television groups in which listeners or viewers are involved in some manner. It uses compositional framing analysis to describe the format of these programmes, and it analyses theme and episode scopes to map their content better. The work also provides a brief comparison of the programmes analysed in terms of the similarity or difference of content and the methods by which viewers or listeners generate content within the programmes. The objective of the thesis is to provide a comprehensive perspective on user-generated content including practical examples...
The Netflix phenomenon and it's impact on the audience behavior
Doležal, Aleš ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
The text of this diploma thesis called "Video on Demand Phenomenon and the Czech Viewer" describes the current situation in the world of the VOD services. It characterizes all the main elements of VOD and related business and viewer behavior and lifestyle resulting from those characteristics. The work also attempts to briefly describe all the main VOD services on the Czech market with regard to their history, current state and deals they offer to the viewer. The bulk of this work is, however, focused on the survey conducted amongst 140 people aged 19 - 26 and presenting its results. The survey finds that majority of those people prefer binge-watching over linear TV, which leads to very uneven TV watching habits and changes in lifestyle. According to the survey, it also appears that paid VOD is currently almost as popular as cable and satellite TV, but majority of people still don't want to pay for more than one service, which means that more than three quarters of them use internet piracy to get access to the desired content.
Impacts of Mediatization of the Internet and of Internetization of the Mass Media on Work of Czech Journalists.
Jirků, Jan ; Jirák, Jan (advisor) ; Němcová Tejkalová, Alice (referee) ; Světlík, Jaroslav (referee)
This dissertation thesis entitled Impacts of Mediatization of the Internet and of Internetization of the Mass Media on Work of Czech Journalists deals with current trends in media and journalism evolution. In the context of concepts of mediation, mediatization, remediation, media logic and actor-network-theory, it discusses two pairs of interconnected processes, one of which contains of processes of mediatization of the Internet and internetization of the mass media, and one of which contains of processes of media convergence and media hybridization that alltogether shape media and journalism in their current evolutional phase, and consequently affect the society as a whole. It focuses on the relationships among these four processes and points to their manifestations and implications that affect everyday journalistic work. It also brings results from research focused on concrete impacts of the observed processes to the journalist profession in the Czech Republic, that was also interested in the current attitudes of Czech journalists towards the technological development and changes of everyday work, and that was finally also examining the validity of claims or definitions that are offered by academics on current trends of media evolution. This research was similar to studies that were made on the...

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