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Ethically controversial aspects of the media coverage of the Ostrava University Hospital attack on the example of the public service news channel ČT24
Klézl, Tomáš ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
Hospital shooting news coverage in the broadcast of the public service media channel Č mass shootings. The aim of this research is to map Czech Television's coverage The analysis shown that Czech Television's attitude to killer's face to the audie
Contemporary Press Coverage of Student Protests at the Tiananmen Square
Prokopová, Tereza Patricie ; Bednařík, Petr (advisor) ; Moravec, Václav (referee)
This bachelor thesis aims to analyse how three newspapers, namely Rudé právo, The Guardian and The New York Times, presented the student protests in Tiananmen Square in 1989. The period from 13 May 1989 to 26 June 1989 was chosen for the analysis, as it fully covers the situation preceding the massacre, the massacre of 4 June 1989 itslelf and its aftermath. In order to achieve the most accurate results, qualitative content analysis and so-called grounded theory will be used. The questions that will be answered through this thesis concern the specific aspects on which the individual newspapers placed emphasis, as well as how often the events were covered and with what temporal sequence, then which language features were used, and which reporting principles were applied within the news and journalistic texts. Based on the data collected, it was found that Rudé právo, ideologically charting communist mindset in China, held similar views to the Chinese Government, i.e. that the students attempted to overthrow the Government and the regime, and during the actual suppression of the protests, the soldiers were attacked by the students, not the other way around. The Guardian and The New York Times reported on the protests in a quite opposite way, regarding the protests as pro-democracy and the military...
The Role of Public Editors in a Comparative Perspective
Makhinchuk, Yuliia ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Součková, Barbora (referee)
The bachelor thesis The Role of Public Editors in a Comparative Perspective examines the position of ten ombudsmen from the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Canada, Portugal, and Denmark. Using a qualitative method of semi-structured interviews conducted with ten respondents representing television, radio, print and online media, it finds out, which of the two models proposed by Dutch media theorists Arjen van Dalen and Mark Deuz they lean towards. The results show that a minority of ombudsmen fall under the definition of the reader's advocate, so the majority represent the paper's ambassador. However, the interviews show that this model does not sufficiently reflect reality, as each medium and ombudsman has a different nature. The findings further show that the rise of social media and misinformation puts ombudsmen in a position where they must not only explain editorial practices to audiences, but also defend certain journalists.
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.
The covid 19 outbreak as seen by foreign reporters of Czech radio
Klečka, Jiří ; Lovaš, Karol (advisor) ; Moravec, Václav (referee)
The covid pandemic has affected both mainstream domestic and foreign news coverage. This thesis examines how the spread of the disease affected the work of Czech Radio reporters. How did they have to adapt, what impact did the pandemic have on their personal lives or what were the possibilities of returning from foreign posts to the Czech Republic. The aim of the thesis is also to compare what topics the newsroom in Prague demanded from the reporters and what information was available to them in the country where they were stationed. I also briefly discuss the radio's response to the pandemic and how radio as a public media outlet took care of its employees abroad. I then discuss the results of the interviews with the correspondents with their former manager. Before analysing the interviews with the correspondents, the thesis introduces them in short medallions and also charts important world and domestic events that were the main focus of the news coverage during the pandemic. The thesis also briefly defines the nature of the work of a foreign correspondent and the impact of the pandemic on the news coverage.
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...
Framing of the situation in Mariupol in the news coverage of Novinky.cz, Blesk.cz and Deník.cz
Vokoun, Filip ; Jirák, Jan (advisor) ; Moravec, Václav (referee)
This bachelor thesis examines the presentation of the siege of Mariupol on three Czech online news sites. A sample of 500 texts from the year 2022 was used to examine how the selected media framed the news about the situation in the city. This research was supplemented with findings from thematic narrative analysis and other examined variables, such as the topics of the texts or the actors quoted. The thesis is divided into three parts - theoretical, methodological, and analytical. The theoretical part introduces the concept of framing in news reporting and presents the general frames and thematic and episodic framing examined in the thesis. This part continues by introducing narrative in war coverage and reviewing narratives occurring in the media in the context of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. The methodological part introduces the quantitative and qualitative research methods used in this thesis, the studied news media, and the sample of texts. The analytical part of the paper then presents the results of the analysis, which indicate an anti-Russian position of all the media studied. All the media examined presented the situation similarly, treating it primarily as a humanitarian disaster. The suffering of civilians and Ukrainian soldiers associated with the war was often presented through...
Media Law and Media Capture in Slovakia and the Czech Republic after the year 2000
Hanák, Peter ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Kroupa, Jiří (referee) ; Višnovský, Ján (referee)
This dissertation connects theories and notions of media and democracy, oligarchization of media, media capture, and media systems with the economic theory of competition law. Slovak and Czech media laws are analyzed in a comparative legal analysis. Pluralism as the core value in all of the above-mentioned theories is researched. Novel historical periodization of the 1989 - 2020 era is proposed, as these 30 years are framed as a permanent transition of the media system of three distinct types. The Herfindahl-Hirschman index proves that the Slovak and Czech media markets are concentrated or oligopolistic, and this trend was strengthened in the last decade of the examined era. The new tool, the Power of Media Owners (POMO) indicator, is invented to show the strength of media oligarchs across platforms. This proves inefficacy of the cross-media ownership regulations, and it is used to measure the level of media capture. Fourth model of media systems, the non-pluralist authoritarian Eastern Oligarchic Captured model is described and the situation in Slovakia and Czech Republic is compared to it, concluding that both examined countries are in fact closer to more established Polarized Pluralist Mediterranean model, which is framed as a half-way to the Eastern model. Conclusions reveal which changes in...
Journalists on Twitter: do they follow traditional norms or new standards?
Němcová, Kateřina ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Maňák, Vratislav (referee)
The thesis aims to examine the way the Czech journalists use the social network Twitter. The thesis concentreates on the difference between the traditional norms under which journalists behave, the roles they play, and how they use Twitter. Firstly, the tweets where divided into the categories based on what kind of tweet it was. The thesis analysed the tweets one by one in the quantitative part, it concentrated on its content, used language and other special characters which could be photos, videos, emojis and other. The thesis showed that the journalists on Twitter behave differently than professional norms sets and that their roles differ. They become gatewatchers instead of gatekeepers and the journalists tend to comment on the topics. They also become the promoters of their work.
Intrinsic and extrinsic motivations for membership in journalists'organisations in Denmark
Hodina, Stanislav ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
Tato bakalářská práce se pomocích hloubkových rozhovorů a následné analýzy snaží nalézt odpověď na to jaké jsou vnitřní a vnější motivace pro členství v novinářských organizacích v Dánsku. V teoretických kapitolách práce je nejprve stručně představena historie dánské žurnalistiky. Následuje podkapitola porovnávající západního a dánského novináře. Poslední podkapitola se věnuje novinářským svazům, především tomu dánskému. Třetí kapitola popisuje metodologii hloubkových rozhovorů - od přípravy po analýzu. Praktická část bakalářské práce je složena ze samotné analýzy. Hloubkové rozhovory byly provedeny na vybraném vzorku novinářů v Dánsku. Abstract This bachelor's thesis seeks to find an answer to what are the intrinsic and extrinsic motivations for membership in journalism organizations in Denmark through in-depth interviews and subsequent analysis. The theoretical chapters of the thesis first briefly introduce the history of Danish journalism. This is followed by a subchapter comparing Western and Danish journalists. The last subchapter focuses on journalists' associations, especially the Danish one. The third chapter describes the methodology of in-depth interviews - from preparation to analysis. The practical part of the bachelor thesis consists of the actual analysis. In-depth interviews were...

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