Category Archive for: Types Of Mass Media

PROBLEMS OF RADIO

Only Listen: Radio is a mode of listening news or programmes of entertainment but by this, we may only listen in a particular time and if desire to listen that programme again, we cannot have any facility to re-listen. This privilege is only in newspaper where not only we read the matter once but again and again even repeats the…

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TV and News papers

While most people watch TV News for their immediacy and visual impact, studies show that it has had very little impact on newspaper reading, In fact news.paper reading is a-habit deeply ingrained in the literate section of the population and .of Radio and TV people continue to read newspapers because of their thoroughness and detailed coverage. It ‘will not be…

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TV and other Mass Media

Compared to other Mass Media, TV is closest to Radio from which it is basically derived. Radio brought about a revolution by bringing sound into our homes. TV took the revolution a step further by adding sight to sound. The similarity between Radio and TV lies in the fact that both the media can at the same time reach…

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The Role of Books

Books are a medium )f mass communications that deeply affects all our lives. Books convey much of the heritage of the past, help us understand ourselves and the world we live in, and enable us to plan for the future. They are a significant tool of our educational process. They stimulate our imagination, and they provide entertainment for people of…

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The Role of Magazines

Like most other media, magazines seek to inform, persuade, and. entertain, their>’audiences and put before them – advertising messages of national, regional, state, and city scope. Magazines never appear more frequently than once a week; thus their writers and editors, although generally part of small staffs that must meet deadlines the same as other media personnel, often have more time to…

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Real Effects of Newspapers

Special Edition In previous time newspaper was published in a very simple form and only produced important news with an editorial. Then pictorial journalism stepped ahead ana enhanced the importance of the newspaper whenever important day or functions came, and newspaper published an article over it, but now-a-days, special editions are published on important national and international days, event or functions.…

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Effects of Newspapers

One of the aspects of the newspaper’s importance is its deep-routed effects on the’ society individually as well as collectively. Some of the effects of newspaper are as follow Less education: From unofficial sources eternity rate is 26.5 per cent, majority of the population, urban or rural, is illiterate. In spite of the fact, people have curiosity in newspaper,…

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Functions of Newspapers

The main functions of newspapers are as follow Ta present information: The chief and fundamental function of a newspaper is to provide information, guidance, help and entertainment to the general public. Newspaper awares the common man happening of an event even all around the world as an information. We know detail of any event through the Press. e.g. Hindu-Muslim…

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Advertizing

The advertising department is one of the most attractive for sales-minded persons. A good newspaper space salesperson must be much more than a glib talker. The advertising representative must be able to supply the potential advertiser with abundant and accurate figures about the paper’s ireulation pattern and totals, the advertising rates, and the kind of merchandising support the advertiser will receive.…

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News and Editorial

There are two main divisions of newsroom work reporting, which includes gathering and writing news and feature stories and the taking of news and feature photographs, and- desk work, which is the selection and preparation for printing of the written material and photographs submitted by reporters, photographers, news services, and syndicates. Those who do the desk work are the editors This…

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