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Editing news by anchormen of the Studio ČT24 programme
Šedivá, Tereza ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
This thesis is focused on the position of anchors in Czech television's newsroom and on the way they use their experience in broadcasting. Nowadays, the job of news anchor in public service TV stations no longer only consists of reading a script off of a teleprompter. It is required to show knowledge during two-hour broadcasting section. Following Bachelor thesis evaluate degree of adaptation of headlines and leads as well as degree of following the broadcasting scenario through in-depth interviews with chosen anchors of Studio ČT24 programme. The issue will be illustrated with exaples of parts of ČT24 broadcasting from the spring 2018 - the author will evaluate how anchors can do interviews (primarily in person, additionally over the phone). Public service media place high demands on anchors and the interviews will reveal anchors' general overview and preparation. Last but not least, the thesis focuses on naturalness of anchors' presentation. It also looks at anchors' ability to improvise and to handle unexpected situations. The aim of the thesis is to discover how big impact the anchor has on the final form of broadcasting, which parts are directed by him.
The framework of a journalist's profession in Mexiko - professionalism, ethics and safety
Bednářová, Aneta ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
This thesis is focused on chosen attributes of a journalist profession in Mexico related to the topics of ethics, professionalism and security. This thesis considers various aspects that affect performance of this profession, such as current political and economic situation in the country or historical context. It also concentrates on a basic description of normative environment of Mexican media system. This thesis analyses regulations of Mexican journalism done by the state, also a degree of political parallelism, a situation of self-regulation of journalism and a status of journalists within the editorial office and the Mexican society. Furthermore, this study takes into account specific challenges of Mexico. Namely, problems of drug trafficking, high level of corruption and clientelism, which cause high crime not only among journalists but the whole society. These aspects are discussed in the presented study. Regarding the above- mentioned challenges in the country, the thesis also focuses on security and seeks reasons for limited security of Mexican journalists. The practical part presents views of Mexican journalists on the profession of journalism in Mexico. Since journalism is perceived as a mirror of society, this study also provides insights into Mexican society as such.
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.
Time management for Czech film producers
Homolová, Anika ; KOPECKÝ, Čestmír (advisor) ; MORAVEC, Václav (referee)
In my thesis I focused on time management issues connected to the workflow of independent Czech film producers. I was interested in specific ways producers’ job defines their time management and which methods can be used to help them in keeping their time under control. I have approached four Czech producers with related questions, analyzing the topic in a form of an interview. Based on their personal experiences I was able to create several models of efficient time management which can prove useful to other producers. I based my research on quality not quantity and because of that some of my results may seem subjective. That said I am convinced it was worthwhile to delve into this topic and use the experiences of production personas of Czech film scene as a base for my research and possible help for others.
Peace versus war journalism: ethic aspects of reporting international conflict
Melíšková, Iva ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
This thesis deals with the ethical aspects of reporting wars and conflicts. First of all, it defines the ethical principles in journalism and the ethical dilemmas that journalists face in the war as well as the rules enshrined in the ethical codes of the media. Afterwards it focuses on the specifics of international conflict reporting and defines two ways to deal with it. These are, as the title suggests, war journalism, which emphasizes violence, the aspects of warship itself and the elites, and peaceful journalism, which focuses on civilians, deescalation of violence, and peace-related solutions. In the practical part, this work aims to find and define individual signs of peace and war journalism in reporting of global news media. Finally, the characteristics of these two approaches undergo a comparative analysis to find out what ethical rules apply to these approaches and what extent they differ. Analyzed media are Reuters and AFP news agencies and the British print media and their internet versions The Guardian and The Telegraph. Selected conflicts include the 2008 South Ossetian war and the Pillar of Defense, a conflict in the Gaza Strip dating back to 2012.
Limits of free speech on social media
Navrátilová, Kateřina ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of the boundaries of freedom of expression on social media, which represent a significant present-day means of communication. As their social importance increases, so do the undesirable effects such as the spread of fake news and hate speech, presenting a challenge to be tackled. In some countries, certain measures to regulate social networks content have already been adapted. In the first section of the thesis, freedom of expression as a general concept is discussed. Special attention is drawn to its role in a democratic society, while at the same time mentioning its possible limitations. The second part is devoted to social networks as such, namely Facebook and Twitter. First, defining features of digital media in general are described, followed by the policies of individual social networks. The third part is devoted to the issues of personal rights violations, hate speech, pornography, and disinformation - occurrences that maybe in conflict with freedom of expression. These phenomena are observed in connection with the policies of individual social networks as well as the law of the Czech Republic. The final part of the bachelor thesis focuses on both internal and external regulation of social networks content. Differences between Facebook and Twitter...
Transformation of media ethics with the rise of citizen journalism
Hrdličková, Lucie ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
Master's thesis transformation of media ethics with the rise of citizen journalism presents the phenomenon of citizen journalism (which thanks to the development of information and communication technologies has marked a steep increase) and how it changed the ethics of traditional media while reporting about terrorist attacks. The theoretical part is divided into four chapters. The first chapter defines the concept of ethics with a focus on ethical principles in journalism. The second chapter defines the concept of media, puts emphasis on mass media and new media and their placement into the current media environment. The third chapter deals with the concept of citizen journalism and participatory journalism. It clarifies their definition, explains the differences between them, outlines their advantages and disadvantages and compares them with traditional media. The last chapter of the practical part deals with the term terrorism. This chapter defines terrorism, deals with its division and development stages and outlines its goals. The practical part examines, through a case study how traditional media behaves in relation to citizen journalism when referring to terrorist attacks and how they adhere or violate ethical standards when taking materials from amateur journalists. The examples of terrorist attacks...

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