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Sport in Czechoslovakian specialized magazines in the First Republic - developement of sport journalism between years 1918 and 1938
Hoffmann, Martin ; Lukšů, David (advisor) ; Trunečka, Ondřej (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with development of sports journalism during the First Czechoslovak Republic, which applies to the period from October 1918 unBl Munich agreement in September 1938. Research is focused parBcularly on specialized sports magazines and it is based on analysis of the six most significant ones - Slavista, Sportovni revue, Sportovni vestnik, Sport, Star and Rekord. The aim of this thesis is to describe the progress of sport journalism between world wars in the broader context and get to know whether or not had sport journalism developed into a full-Bme occupaBon. In addiBon this text portrays the most influenBal sport journalists of that period - Karel Petru, Josef Fanta, Miloslav Josef Horacek and Ondrej Sekora and also brings a chapter about sports photography, which was inseparable part of popular sport magazines. This thesis is a first scholarly text to bring a wider perspecBve on specialized sports magazines in Czechoslovak Republic between years 1918 and 1938 and follows the cooperaBon and rivality among journalists and their influence on sport in Czechoslovakia in general. One chapter was devoted to sports photography, because it played important role in successful sports magazines.
Star - sport magazine of the first czechoslovak republic
Hoffmann, Martin ; Lukšů, David (advisor) ; Halada, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis aims to illuminate evolution of sports illustrated magazine Star, which was published in years 1926-1938 in Czech publishing house Melantrich. Magazine Star was also used to illuminate the situation of Czech sports journalism in 1920' and 1930'. Thesis describes the very beginning of Star and also clarifies its extinction right before signing of the Munich Agreement by Great Britain, France, Germany and Italy. It also focuses on sports journalists, who had the main impact on this magazine, and several important Czech and world famous athletes, whose articles were published in STAR. Paper also presents political a social environment in Czechoslovak republic after WWI and describes the state of Czech sports journalism in main newspapers. All published issues of Star were analysed to get information to write this thesis, as well as many years of Czech newspapers České slovo, Národní listy, Lidové noviny a Rudé právo and several other books. The findings from this research show a complex view of sports illustrated magazine Star and offer insights into history of Czech sports journalism.

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1 HOFFMANN, Miroslav
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