Results for: Media-law

What is a selctive media and a differential media?

  Selective media is one that grows only certain microorganisms while inhibiting (or preventing) others from growing, that is to say , the media has certain chemicals that (MORE)

What are media?

They are methods of conveying information to a mass audience:  radio, television, newspapers, books, movies, the internet... all  of these are examples of media. (The singul (MORE)

What are laws?

Laws are the enforcible body of official rules and regulations,  established by people in authority who use them to govern the  affairs of people in a society. Sanctions are (MORE)

What is uni media?

uni media means one way communication by text. like ms dos. dbase, lotus etc. it is the father of multimedia.

Why is the study of mass media law and ethics important to a student of mass communication?

This study is important for anyone involved in mass communications  or journalism to maintain honesty and integrity in any reporting,  whether on social media or traditional (MORE)

Importance of media law and ethics to professionals in journalism?

Media law and ethics are extremely important to professionals in  the journalism field. Journalists without strong integrity may do  illegal things to get the first scoop on (MORE)

What is a media conference?

A media conference is a conference held to invite the media to ask  questions and publicize an event. This can be a celebrity, a  company or a sports figure. Anyone can have (MORE)

What are By-laws?

A bylaw is a law made by a local authority such as a district council. It only effects the local area that is directly concerned. It includes parking restrictions and activiti (MORE)

What is Media Scavenging?

Media scavenging is the term used for attempting to recover or  obtain information from various types of media. This includes hard  drives, thumb drives, and CDs that have e (MORE)