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Nový Prostor, new chance, when a magazine becomes a bridge to society (television documentary)
Urbánková, Ema ; Macková, Veronika (advisor) ; Lokšík, Martin (referee)
Homelessness is a widespread phenomenon, but it can be stigmatised in mainstream society. However, among the homeless there are also people who want to live a decent life. But due to their difficult living situation they cannot find employment opportunities. The non-profit organisation Nový Prostor helps such people to raise funds through the sale of a magazine of the same name and helps them with their living situation through social rehabilitation. The television documentary called Nový Prostor, new chance when a magazine becomes a bridge to society tells the story of Michal, a vendor who, despite his university education and his position as deputy governor in the Olomouc region, has found himself on the streets and is breaking down prejudices about the homeless. The documentary offers an insight into the thoughts of Michal, who recalls how he got on the street and evaluates Nový Prostor as a tool for a better future.
The Journey of Achieving the Desired Career of the Musical Choreographer Petra Parvoničová (television document)
Muška, Šimon ; Macková, Veronika (advisor) ; Lokšík, Martin (referee)
To become a professional dancer is very difficult. Studying at a dance conservatory is both physically and emotionally demanding. The television documentary The Journey of Achieving the Desired Career of the Musical Choreographer Petra Parvoničová tells the story of one of the most sought-after choreographers in the Czech Republic. Achieving her dream was very difficult. During the studies at the Dance Conservatory in Prague, students had to regularly weight themselves, which led to eating disorders that Petra suffered during her studies and several years after finishing the conservatory. Although she did not want to pursue dance after graduating, after two years she decided to join the ballet company of the Josef Kajetán Tyl Theatre in Pilsen and began to train herself in other styles of dance. She founded her own dance studio, Dance Center Petry Parvoničové, and became a choreographer of not only musicals, but also dramas, operas, and operettas. The documentary shows how challenging the study of dance is and how it can affect the life of a graduate for a long time.
Czechoslovak newsreels from the perspective of social transformation (1989-1990)
Černý, Ondřej ; Lokšík, Martin (advisor) ; Moravec, Václav (referee)
This thesis deals with the end of film news in Czechoslovakia, which was realized in the form of film weekly newsreels until 1990. In the first part I define film news from the theoretical and terminological point of view and try to describe its specifics. I then explain its birth and the production of newsreel films on our country's territory, from its beginnings before the First World War until the fall of the communist regime in Czechoslovakia and the establishment of democracy, which ended the continuous, state- subsidized and controlled production of regularly published weeklies. In the second, practical part, I use the method of qualitative content analysis to examine the form and thematic framework of the weekly newsreels produced in 1989, when a new concept of film reporting focused on the so-called magazines began to take effect, and in 1990, the year Czechoslovakia entered the democratic process. My aim is to find out what was the role of weekly newsreels as a means of socialist propaganda and a channel of social criticism in the first, revolutionary year and how they changed in the second, democratic year. Although they were no longer bound by ideology, the end of the state film monopoly brought an end to their financial support and power protection, which led to an early end of their...
Karlovy Vary as a news topic in ČT24 broadcasting
Fedičová, Natálie ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Lokšík, Martin (referee)
The diploma thesis Karlovy Vary as a News Topic in ČT24 Broadcasting is de- voted to regional news from the city of Karlovy Vary, broadcasted in the news programs of the public service news channel ČT24 in 2019, 2020 and 2021, i.e. in the period before the Covid-19 outbreak and during it. The theoretical part at first presents the city of Karlovy Vary not only geographically, but also culturally and partly historically. Subsequently, it describes and analyzes regional reporting and also the undoubted ambiguity of this term. The last chapter of this part introduces the reader to the history of the news channel ČT24, its program schedule, etc. In the practical part of the thesis, space is devoted to mixed re- search - quantitative content analysis and description of the most frequently appearing news topics from the Karlovy Vary area in the news broadcasted on ČT24. The work as part of a qualitative research also uses semi-structured interview method. The research results are evaluated in the final chapter of the work. The work includes attachments - questions for the interview and at the same time a transcript of the entire interview with former regional reporter Jevhenija Vachničenko.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine through the eyes of selected media outlets and theirs accounts on social media platforms
Helclová, Anna ; Géla, František (advisor) ; Lokšík, Martin (referee)
The central theme of the thesis is the coverage of the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine, the liberation of the city of Buch and the first foreign trip of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky by BBC News, CNN and CT24 and their social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram. The theoretical part of the thesis introduces the concepts of war and peace journalism, the transformation of social networks into a new source of information and the related information overload and the role of social networks in its formation. It also explains the circumstances of selected events for further analysis in the practical part of the thesis. In the research part, codes are defined according to which the posts of the selected media outlets are subsequently analyzed in the specified time windows on Instagram and Facebook. The posts are examined both with respect to their graphical form and their content. For video posts, the origin of the video is distinguished, as well as its content and its' most prominent features. Emphasis is placed on posts with drastic content and each media outlet's approach to such material. The analysis also takes into account the frequency of posts published by each media in selected time windows. The paper concludes with the results of the analysis of the posts and their interpretation.
The fate of Czechoslovak paratroopers after the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich
Sebíň, David ; Lokšík, Martin (advisor) ; Géla, František (referee)
The bachelor thesis consists of two parts. The practical part is a document called Czechs Don't Give Up: The Fate of the Bodies of Czechoslovak Paratroopers. As the title suggests, the documentary film focuses on the fate of the bodies of Josef Gabčík, Jan Kubiš, Josef Valčík, Adolf Opálka, Josef Bublík, Jan Hrubý, and Jaroslav Švarc. In the first part, there is the atmosphere in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia from the accession to the office of the provisional Reich Protector Reinhard Heydrich to the fight of the paratroopers in the Church of Sts. Cyril and Methodius. This part is presented through newsreels, photographs, and testimonies of historians, researchers, and relatives of Czechoslovak resistance fighters. In the second part, the documentary introduces events after the battle and covers the documented facts describing the fate of the bodies of the Czechoslovak paratroopers. Since their destiny is not notorious even after eighty years, this part also delivers new facts for investigation. The theoretical part serves as a starting point for the audiovisual material. It defines documentary film, reportage, and television reportage in terms of terminology, deals with current affairs journalism on Czech television, defines working procedures, and gives the reader an insight into...
Food Waste as a Disease of Our Times
Sochorová, Anna ; Géla, František (advisor) ; Lokšík, Martin (referee)
This bachelor thesis consists of two parts. The practical part is a document called Food Waste as a Disease of Our Times, which maps this problem mainly in the Czech but also in the international context. It presents this social issue in a broader context and offers different insights into food waste. The documentary features experts on the issue, i.e. university professors, the founder of a non-profit organisation, a sociologist and a head of a food bank. Part of the film also focuses on activists who cook for the homeless or do dumpster diving. The film also includes representatives of supermarkets and their approach to food waste. The theoretical part deals with the description and definition of the film documentary. It introduces the different steps in the making of a documentary, from preparation, to production, to post-production. It also describes the specificities of the television documentary. The next part of the theoretical part presents a research on the topic and illustrates the issue of food waste with statistics and expert studies. The last part is a description and reflection of the production itself.
The situation of Ukrainian women and children after Fleeing the war conflict and their adaptation in social and societal conditions in the Czech Republic
Snopová, Adéla ; Macková, Veronika (advisor) ; Lokšík, Martin (referee)
In 2022, an armed conflict between Russia and Ukraine began, known as the Russian invasion or the Russian-Ukrainian war. Russian aggression against Ukraine culminated in an attack on 24 February 2022, making the conflict the largest armed conflict in Europe since World War II. Russia has sent its troops into Ukrainian territory under the pretext of protecting Russian citizens and Ukrainian pro-Russian separatists. This was the culmination of several weeks of high tension, when Russia carried out military exercises near the Ukrainian border and massed troops in the Crimea and Donbas regions. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky declared mobilisation immediately after Russian troops crossed the Ukrainian border. The European Union, the United States and other countries have condemned Russia's aggression and have provided military and humanitarian aid to Ukraine. Sanctions have been imposed on Russia. This conflict has caused global political tension and raised fears of a further deterioration in relations between Russia and the West. At the time of writing this thesis, it has been over a year since the Russian aggression on Ukraine. The war is still ongoing and, according to Ukrainian authorities, has already claimed tens of thousands of civilian casualties. The television documentary entitled:...
Potato Harvesting in Vysočina - radio reportage
Procházka, Adam ; Lovaš, Karol (advisor) ; Lokšík, Martin (referee)
This bachelor's thesis uses a radio reportage to show the process of harvesting potatoes on Josef Vlk's farm in Čelistná near Pelhřimov. In the first, theoretical part, the topic of reportage as a radio genre is mentioned with the addition of its past and present. One chapter will also focus on the basic orientation of the potato harvest. The second half is devoted to the methodology of making radio reportage. It explains the preparation, recording procedure and subsequent post-production.
Ethical aspects of personalized content in selected online media
Dorňáková, Tereza ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Lokšík, Martin (referee)
The thesis is focused on personalized content recommendation in Czech online news media and the ethical issues related to its implementation. The subject of the qualitative analysis are semi- structured interviews with representatives of two Czech media houses. The research sample includes respondents from Seznam Zprávy and Seznam, and from E15 and Czech News Center. The interviewees included representatives of newsrooms as well as media and product management. The aim of the study was to find out to what extent they use personalised content recommendation tools, to outline the reasons why they have decided to take this step or are considering it. It turned out that within the studied online news media they are still using personalised content recommendation to a minimum, or they are testing or planning to introduce these tools to a greater extent. Personalised recommendation tools are more widely used on the homepage of Seznam. The subject of this thesis was also to identify ethical issues related to the introduction or use of personalised recommendation. The main areas, according to the respondents' statements, include issues of setting selection parameters, the ability to retain agenda setting by editors, automation and transparency.

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