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Forgotten propaganda. An analysis of the documentary series Kronika našeho života
Pružinová, Kristýna ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Růžička, Daniel (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on the qualitative analysis of selected episodes of the documentary series Kronika našeho života, which is considered to be one of the greatest propaganda television works at that time of producing. Its forty episodes were originally broadcasted on the first channel of the Czechoslovak Television from April until June 1985. Due to the significant extent of all the episodes, this thesis only focuses on ten. Namely the episodes about the following years: 1945, 1948, 1953, 1956, 1964, 1968, 1969, 1977, 1982 and 1984. The objective of this thesis is to find out which propaganda techniques were used and how they differed in the selected episodes. The analysis works with nine propaganda techniques drawn out by an American sociologist Alfred McClung Lee and maps them in the selected episodes. Furthermore, in order to describe the media image of the series at the time of its broadcasting, the thesis focuses on the analysis of selected Czechoslovakian periodicals. Specifically on the weekly newspaper Týdeník Československá televize and three daily newspapers - Rudé právo, Lidová demokracie and Svobodné slovo. Moreover, the analysis is accompanied by an interview with a Czech director and screenwriter Miloslav Kučera, who studied Kronika našeho života in the past. The theoretical...
Adaptation of television to new media principles
Soukup, Norbert ; Miessler, Jan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
This paper focuses on the changes in distribution of television content which emerged during the process of convergence between television and digital media. Nowadays it is possible not only to access television broadcasting online, but also to access individual programs through Video on Demand services. The precondition this topic was picked on is that the very existence of such services has a direct impact on the form of today's television broadcasting. Therefore the aim of this paper is to examine and describe alterations which can be found not only in the broadcasting itself but also in receiving of that broadcasting on television screens. The latter can be affected by the existence of HbbTV. The analysis and description of changes in broadcasting and receiving television content in Czech republic are the primary focuses of this paper.
The role of audio in specific types of communication
Tůmová, Michala ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Soukup, Martin (referee)
This diploma thesis The Role of Sound in Audiovision focuses on the topic of perception of viewers of the audio component in audiovisual outputs. The aim of the work is to find out to what extent viewers perceive all sound components of these works and whether they consider sound important. The theoretical part of the work provides insight into the psychology of sound in terms of affecting the perception of viewers, the types of sounds used in the media and their use. The research part presents the obtained data and their evaluation to find answers to questions focused on sound perception.
Changes to the program schedule of the channel ČT 2 after the amendement to the Czech Television Act of 2011
Petruška, Daniel ; Jirák, Jan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The diploma thesis on the topic Changes in the programming scheme of the ČT 2 channel after the amendment to the Czech Television Act of 2011 examines whether this television channel was commercialized after the law changed the rules for placing advertisements and advertising messages on public service television channels. The ČT 2 channel was conceived as an alternative channel intended for a more demanding audience. From the logic of its focus, such a channel does not aim at high viewership. Nevertheless, the amendment to the law designated it for the sale of advertising time as the only full-format channel of Czech Television. The search provided a wealth of information regarding television broadcasting by law and the effects it has on public service television. Czech Television was included in the media system as a public service television. The work deals with the technique and principles of creating a television program and its individual components, which undoubtedly have an impact on the resulting media product, which is the program scheme of the channel. Professional publications of Czech and world media experts enabled the author to create his own definition of terms, the description of which clearly does not agree with the professional public. It is mainly about defining a program that...
The depiction of the Watergate scandal in the movies: Comparison of feature films and documentaries
Verem, Anja ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The diploma thesis The depiction of the Watergate scandal in the movies: Comparison of feature films and documentaries focuses on portrayal of journalists and the Watergate scandal on film. It illustrates this on examples of specific feature films and documentaries, which have been made about this topic. These particular movies are All the President's Men (1976), Frost/Nixon (2008), Watergate (2018), Our Nixon (2013) a Nixon by Nixon: In His Own Words (2014). In the first part of the thesis summarises the general history of the portrayal of journalists and media on film. It also contains the introduction of the key players in the Watergate scandal, which are Richard Nixon, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. Furthermore, this part also describes the history of the newspaper The Washington Post and the Watergate scandal itself. The next part focuses on defining the basic terms used in the thesis, such as for example feature film, documentary, investigative journalist etc. The third and the last part, then concentrates on comparing and analysing the six aforementioned chosen films with the help of comparative method, which should lead to the final results. The primary question, in which this thesis focuses, is how (and if) the portrayal of the Watergate scandal differentiates in feature films and...
Transformation of Radio Freen Europe after 1989 with regard to the work of Mrs. Kamila Moučková (case study)
Šalanská, Lucie ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Vlček, Tomáš (referee)
The aim of this bachelor's thesis is to outline to a potential reader the work of Mrs. Kamila Moučková in Radio Free Europe. It is desirable that the reader can create a comprehensive view of the issue. For this reason, the bachelor's thesis contains a chapter describing in detail the life story of Mrs. Kamila Moučková. At the same time, the work describes the origin and development of Radio Free Europe. Attention is focused mainly on the activities of the Czechoslovak and subsequently the Czech editorial office of Radio Free Europe. Due to the fact that Mrs. Moučková joined the editorial office of Free Europe only in the post- revolutionary period, it is necessary to describe the transformation of the station in the period in question. The work was processed mainly by the method of analysis of professional literature and by interviewing former colleagues Mrs. Moučková from Radio Free Europe. Namely Mr. Radko Kubička and Mr. Petr Hartman. Mrs. Moučková worked at Radio Free Europe for almost the entire period of the Czech newsroom's existence. Mrs. Moučková participated mainly in the program Události a názory. In her case, the practical creation of one of the programs of this iconic radio station in the later phase of its existence can be shown.
Trends in Czech TV Travel Series Between the Years 2010 - 2020
Kordík, Jiří ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Groman, Martin (referee)
The Trends in Czech TV Travel Series Between the Years 2010-2020 diploma thesis outlines the typology and main trends in travel series that premiered on Czech public broadcast television channels between 2010 and 2020. The aim of this thesis is to introduce categories of Czech TV travel series and describe how the viewer is addressed. In the theoretical section, the terms such as TV travel journalism and the issue of celebritization and celebrification are defined. By introducing the concept of the Tourist Gaze, the problematic aspects of TV travel series are defined, be it the stereotypization of a displayed environment or the commercialization of its content. Following the methodology section, the thematical classification of Czech TV travel series is presented. In turn, the main part of the thesis focuses on establishing five typological categories of the travel series. After analysing several randomly selected episodes of the programmes, the thesis then sums up the most important peculiarities of Czech public broadcast production of travel series between the years 2010-2020 and identifies the most crucial development trends within the genre.
The Elements of Political Satire in Show Jana Krause
Uchytilová, Gabriela ; Kruml, Milan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with political satire in the Show Jana Krause at the time of selected elections in the Czech Republic in the years 2010-2019. Altogether six sub-periods in which the chosen elections were held were examined, which means that the general sample of episodes of the Show Jana Krause is formed from six smaller samples. The aim of the work was to find out what form political satire had in the show in the monitored period, how often it appeared in it and which political actors were most often its target. The research method was a quantitative content analysis with the help of which the work seeks answers to the following four research questions. RQ1: How much space was devoted to political satire in the Show Jana Krause? RQ2: What elements of political satire does the Show Jana Krause use? RQ3: What politicians, or which political subjects were most often satirically portrayed on the show? RQ4: What topics did political satire on the Show Jana Krause focus on the most? The thesis consists of four chapters. The first chapter theoretically defines key concepts and outlines the history of political satire. The second chapter deals in more detail with the genre of television political satire and its development, especially with a focus on the Czech environment. The intention of the...
Radio Bedtime Stories Mirroring Socio-political Changes in Czechoslovakia in the "Golden Sixties"
Dobešová, Lenka ; Soukupová, Blanka (advisor) ; Burešová, Jana (referee) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
Radio Bedtime Stories Mirroring Socio-political Changes in Czechoslovakia in the "Golden Sixties" The aim of the work is a media analysis of Dobrou noc, děti (Good Night, Children) - a radio bedtime story series broadcast in the years 1961-1971. In addition to the origin and development of the programme, allusions to contemporary socio-political events, which were reflected in its content, are also examined. The dissertation deals with the changes in the radio programme and follows them from the beginning of socio-political changes in the 1960s until the beginning of the "normalization era". In this work, the radio bedtime story is also conceived from an anthropological perspective as a cultural phenomenon. The dissertation is formally divided into three parts-historical, empirical and interpretive. The focus of the historical chapter is a description of the development of radio in Czechoslovakia. The empirical part includes an analysis of the radio bedtime story in the years 1961-1971. The interpretive part deals mainly with how the radio bedtime story and its creators reacted to political anniversaries and Christian holidays in the period under review. At the end of the work, the programme is examined from an anthropological point of view as a cultural change.
Death of Karel Gott from the Point of View of Chosen Czech and German Press
Brožová, Zuzana ; Jirák, Jan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
This thesis deals with the media image of Karel Gott after his death. Selected newspapers are Lidové noviny, Blesk, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and Bild and analysed are 24 days after the announcement of the death of Karel Gott. The aim of the selection of newspapers in both languages was to include one periodical which is considered as quality press and one tabloid. The thesis consist of three parts. The theoretical part explains crucial terms for the analysis and introduces chosen newspapers. The methodological part clarifies the concept of qualitative research and grounded theory. The main part is comprised of the analytical part which describes outcome of the analysis and in four periods presents constructed images of Karel Gott. In conclusion, images created in Czech and German press are compared and subsequently, a comparison between the Czech media is drawn.

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