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    • By josh brown.
    • Main Media Sectors PRINT Printing is a process for reproducing text and images, It is often carried out as a large-scale industrial process, and is an essential part of publishing and transaction printing Film The Film Industry is the entertainment industries involved in making and distributing movies Online Online advertising, also called Internet advertising, uses the Internet to deliver promotional marketing messages to consumers. RADIO The radio industries are industries that help distribute latest news that will concern the general public for example music, news. TV Its a place where people get entertained, informed and educated in their own home. The TV industry is a big help towards advertising we would not have the TV industry without advertising.
    • FILM The Film Industry is the entertainment industries involved in making and distributing movies. There are many very popular companies that have gone very far in the film industry for example • Lionsgate (saw, expendables) • Sony (Spiderman, karate kid) • Paramount(transformers,star trek) • 20th century fox (ice age, Avatar) • Disney(lion king, jungle book ) • Warner brothers(the hangover, batman)
    • Key jobs in the film industry Director-The director is the leading creative artist on a movie set. The director works directly with the actors on their performances and has final creative control on almost every aspect of the the film. The director plays a large role in casting, script revisions, shot composing and even editing. Usually, the director is hired by the producer of the film. For example Steven Spielberg who has directed films like Jaws. Producer-A producer is one of the top positions on a film crew. This is because the producer is responsible for gathering funds for a movie, hiring the director and keeping track of finances throughout the production of a film. The producer also helps to hire other key crew positions and often assists in creating a final distribution plan for the movie. For example Steven Spielberg producer of ET. Composer- He is the person that writes and produces the music for a film for example John Williams was the composer for the well known and very popular Harry potter and he also was the composer for the very famous star wars .Another well know is the famous Mont Norman he was the composer for the film James Bond. Cinematographer HD & Film-The cinematographer or director of photography (D.P.) is in charge of the overall visual look of the movie as seen through the camera. They assist in choosing film stocks, camera bodies and which lenses to use. They decide on shot framing and camera movements in conjunction with the director. They are also in charge of the camera crew, lighting design and collaborating with the gaffer. Sound Mixer - Film - The sound mixer for film is head of the sound department and is responsible for leveling, monitoring and recording of audio during production. The sound mixer decides which microphones to use as well as placements of the mics. This person can also mix the various sound tracks and audio signals in real time. A film sound mixer supervises the boom operator and/or sound utility person.
    • The Governing Body! The BBFC stand for British board of film classification. The British Board of Film Classification is an independent, non-governmental body which has classified cinema films since it was set up in 1912 and videos/ DVDs since the Video Recordings Act was passed in 1984. In order to protect children from unsuitable and even harmful content in films and videos, the BBFC examines and age rates films and videos before they are released. Films for theatrical release are normally classified by at least two Examiners using the published Guidelines. Examiners look at issues such as discrimination, drugs, horror, language, nudity, sex, sexual violence, theme and violence when making decisions. They also consider context and the tone and impact of it (how it makes the audience feel).
    • Lionsgate was founded in 1997 by a man named Frank Guistra. The 2005-present logo- Lionsgate Type-Public Traded as-NYSE: LGF Industry-Motion pictures, television programming, home video, family entertainment, Video on demand, digital distribution, music, & music publishing Founded-July 3, 1997 (Vancouver, British Columbia as Lions Gate Films) Founder(s)-Frank Giustra Headquarters-Santa Monica, California, United States Area served-North America, United Kingdom, France, Australasia Key people-Mark Rachesky (Chairman), Jon Feltheimer (CEO), Michael Burns (Vice Chairman) Revenue-US$2.078 billion (FY 2013)[1] Operating income-US$273.1 million (FY 2013)[2] Net income-US$232.1 million (FY 2013)[1] Total assets-US$2.761 billion (FY 2013)[3] Total equity-US$53.559 million (FY 2011)[3] Employees-636[4] Divisions-Lionsgate Films, Lionsgate Home Entertainment, Lionsgate Music & Publishing, Lionsgate Television
    • Key films• The Hunger games (2012) • The Expendables (2010) • The twilight saga (2012) • Saw (2004) • The possession (2012) They have won 17 Academy awards and they have also won 67 Academy award nominations. I believe they have a target audience for all age generation because they have created so many film and there are so many variety's witch are suitable for all ages, including the older and younger generations. They produce films for each genre and have no specific target audience.
    • TV Its a indusrty where people get entertained, informed and educated in their own home. The TV industry is a big help towards advertising we would not have the TV industry without advertising. Money earned from this industry comes from advertising time. The key companies in TV • BBC one • ITV • Sky Atlantic • E4 • channel 5 (CSI) • MTV (UK top 40)
    • Key jobs in the TV industry Costume Designer-The costume designer makes all the clothing and costumes worn by all the Actors on screen, as well as designing, planning, and organizing the construction of the garments down to the fabric, colours, and sizes. Script Supervisors- work as part of the Camera Department on Television Dramas. They ensure that they make continuous verbal and visual sense. Camera Operator-s support the Director of Photography and the Director, by accurately carrying out their instructions on shot composition and development. They have the overall decision on where to position the camera, and what lenses and supporting equipment to use. Art Directors- work on feature films, commercials and types of television productions. They facilitate the Production Designer's creative vision for all the sets and locations, and they are also responsible for the Art Department budget and schedule of work. Using the script or brief from the Production team, the lighting director designs the specific look required for each shot. They use their advanced technical skills and with the help of the rest of the lighting department, to set up and operate specialised lights and accessories. Lighting Directors make extensive preparations before recording days, including script reading and taking part in discussions about the style required.
    • The governing body TV industry The governing body for the TV industry is a company called ofcom. Ofcom is the communications regulator.We regulate the TV and radio sectors, fixed line telecoms, mobiles, postal services, plus the airwaves over which wireless devices operate.We make sure that people in the UK get the best from their communications services and are protected from scams and sharp practices, while ensuring that competition can thrive.Ofcom operates under the Communications Act 2003. This detailed Act of Parliament spells out exactly what Ofcom should do – we can do no more or no less than is spelt out in the Act.The Act says that Ofcom’s general duties should be to further the interests of citizens and of consumers. Meeting these two duties is at the heart of everything we do.Accountable to Parliament, we are involved in advising and setting some of the more technical aspects of regulation, implementing and enforcing the law.Ofcom is funded by fees from industry for regulating broadcasting and communications networks, and grant-in-aid from the Government. Our main legal duties are to ensure: • the UK has a wide range of electronic communications services, including high-speed services such as broadband; • a wide range of high-quality television and radio programmes are provided, appealing to a range of tastes and interests; • television and radio services are provided by a range of different organisations;
    • Launched -August 1, 1981 Owned by-Viacom Media Networks (Viacom) Picture format-1080i (HDTV), 480i (SDTV) Country-United States Language-English Headquarters-New York City, New York Formerly called-MTV: The Music Channel (May 5, 1980) MTV: Music Television (August 1, 1981–February 8, 2010, August 2011; 1989–present in other countries)[1] Website-mtv.com MTV's pre-history began in 1977, when Warner Cable (a division of Warner Communications from Warner Bros.), and an ancestor of Warner-Amex Satellite Entertainment (WASEC) launched the first two-way interactive cable television system, QUBE, in Columbus, Ohio. The QUBE system offered many specialized channels. One of these specialized channels was Sight On Sound, a music channel that featured concert footage and music -oriented television programs; with the interactive QUBE service, viewers could vote for their favourite songs and artists. Since they started they have become more popular and very successful and have won a lot including:In 1984, the channel produced its first MTV Video Music Awards show, or VMAs. The first award show, in 1984, was punctuated by a live performance by Madonna of "Like A Virgin". The statuettes that are handed out at the Video Music Awards are of the MTV moonman, the channel's original image from its first broadcast in 1981. Presently, the Video Music Awards are MTV's most watched annual event
    • Radio The radio industries are industries that help distribute latest news that will concern the general public for example music, news. • Wave 105-(1998) • Capital FM-(1973) • Fire radio-(1999) • Magic radio-(1990) • • Heart-(1994) BBC radio-(1927)
    • Key jobs in radio Radio Traffic Managers- in Commercial Radio are responsible for scheduling advertising and promotions in line with the business strategy of a radio station or group of stations, in order to ensure effectiveness and maximise revenue. Radio Presenters-are the voice of a station or program, whether they work in speech-based or music Radio. They may also be required to carry out a range of other production tasks, as well as deliver content for related websites or other mobile platforms. Radio producers-are responsible for the audio content of broadcasts via radio, the internet and other mobile platforms. They are involved in the entire process, from generating ideas to managing the audience response after a programme. Producers manage and work with broadcasting assistants, presenters and DJs, engineers and IT staff. They may also be responsible for the business and commercial management of a programme . Radio news editor-The Radio News Editor's role is to oversee and direct the work of a news team supplying news content for one or more different outlets, from single local radio stations to international news services. Reporter-The focus of the Reporter's role in Radio is to find and tell the stories that make up the news or current affairs output for the station or organisation for which they work.
    • Governing body for radio The governing body for the Radio industry is a company called Ofcom. Ofcom is the communications regulator. We regulate the TV and radio sectors, fixed line telecoms, mobiles, postal services, plus the airwaves over which wireless devices operate . We make sure that people in the UK get the best from their communications services and are protected from scams and sharp practices, while ensuring that competition can thrive. Ofcom operates under the Communications Act 2003. This detailed Act of Parliament spells out exactly what Ofcom should do – we can do no more or no less than is spelt out in the Act. The Act says that Ofcom’s general duties should be to further the interests of citizens and of consumers. Meeting these two duties is at the heart of everything we do. Accountable to Parliament, we are involved in advising and setting some of the more technical aspects of regulation, implementing and enforcing the law. Ofcom is funded by fees from industry for regulating broadcasting and communications networks, and grant in-aid from the Government. Our main legal duties are to ensure: the UK has a wide range of electronic communications services, including high -speed services such as broadband; a wide range of high-quality television and radio programmes are provided, appealing to a range of tastes and interests; television and radio services are provided by a range of different organisations;
    • City of license-London Broadcast area-London, West Midlands, East Anglia, South East England, West of England, Devon, Cornwall, North Wales, Cheshire, Wirral Peninsula Branding-This is Heart Slogan-More Music Variety Frequency-96MHz–107MHz, RDS: HEART_xx or HEART___ First air date-1994 (Heart West Midlands) Format-Adult Contemporary (AC) Language(s)-English Audience share-5.1% (June 2013, RAJAR) Owner-Global Radio Sister stations-The Arrow, Capital, Capital Xtra, Chill, Classic FM, Gold, Jazz FM, LBC, Real Radio, Real Radio XS, Smooth Radio, XFM Website-Heart Heart began broadcasting on the 6 September 1994, as 100.7 Heart FM being the UK's third Independent Regional Radio station, five days after Century Radio and Jazz FM North West. The first song to be played on 100.7 Heart fm was "Something Got Me Started", by Simply Red. Its original format of "soft adult contemporary" music included artists such as Lionel Richie, Simply Red and Tina Turner. Reflecting this, its early slogan described the station as being 100.7 degrees cooler.
    • Print Printing is a process for reproducing text and images, It is often carried out as a large -scale industrial process, and is an essential part of publishing and transaction printing • • • Marvel-(iron man, x-men) Bauer Media-(empire film, FHM,Heat) Puffin (penguin group)-(the snowman, meg on the moon) • • • Dc comics-(batman, Superman) News UK-(the sun, daily times) Newsquest-(daily echo, boxing news)
    • Key jobs in print Copy editors- check written text before it's published in books, journals and websites. They must have a good standard of English and should be able to make deadlines. Magazine journalists- research and write news articles and features for a wide variety of publications. They must be interested in people, places and culture. Commissioning editor- play a key part in the success of a book publishing company. It is their job to make sure the company stays profitable by selecting new authors and titles that will sell well. Art editor- make sure that magazines look good and are easy to read. They need to be creative and should have excellent IT skills.
    • Governing body for print PPC stand for press complaints commission. The PCC is an independent self-regulatory body which deals with complaints about the editorial content of newspapers and magazines (and their websites). We keep industry standards high by training journalists and editors, and work pro-actively behind the scenes to prevent harassment and media intrusion. We can provide prepublication advice to journalists and the public and have published advice on dealing with media attention after a death. BPIF-British print The BPIF is the principal business support organisation representing the UK print, printed packaging and graphic communication industry and is one of the country's leading trade associations. We are a notfor-profit-distribution organisation.
    • Parent company-Marvel Entertainment, LLC (The Walt Disney Company) Founded-1939 (as Timely Comics) Country of origin-United States Headquarters location-135 W. 50th Street, New York City Key people-Axel Alonso, EIC Dan Buckley, publisher, COO, Stan Lee, former EIC, publisher Publication types-Comics/See List of Marvel Comics publications Fiction genres-Crime, horror, mystery, romance, science fiction, war, Western, superheroes Imprints-imprint list Revenue-US$125.7 million (2007) Official website-www.marvel.com Best Action Movie-The Avengers Movie of the Year-The Avengers Best Science Fiction Film-The Avengers The target audience- Marvel don’t really have a target audience because if you are a fan of super heros them you can watch it but I believe it is around the 10+ mark.
    • Online Online advertising, also called Internet advertising, uses the Internet to deliver promotional marketing messages to consumers. • YouTube-(video sharing website) • Vimeo-(video sharing website) • Google-(search engine) • Wikipedia-(information site) • Twitter-(Social Media site) • Facebook-(social media site)
    • Key jobs The role of the Designer is to create the 'look and feel' of an interactive media product. What this actually involves can vary, depending on the size of team the Designer is part of, or the type of company they are working for. The role often overlaps with the producer, especially in more senior positions, or where the Designer is working alone or in a very small team. The Designer must combine creativity with an awareness of the tools and technologies that will be used to build the product, and an understanding of what these can and cannot do. The role of the Developer is to create an interactive media product. Sometimes this will be according to designs created by someone else (such as a Designer), but other times the Developer may design the product as well. The role generally overlaps with the Designer and Programmer, although the actual amount of design work involved may vary depending on things like the type or size of the organisation the Developer is working for. Producers are responsible for identifying and specifying an interactive media product’s high-level requirements or purpose, and ensuring that its business objectives and creative vision are understood and maintained by everyone involved in the project. This is a senior, client -facing role that requires combinations of expertise in business, management, content, design and technical disciplines. It has a close relationship with the Project Manager role, but focuses on the project’s creative requirements rather than the mechanics of running it. The two roles are often combined, however. The Producer role also frequently overlaps with that of Information Architect. Interactive media companies usually prefer to keep the Producer role in-house, so this tends to be a permanently employed position. However, there is a shortage of experienced Producers, so freelance and contract opportunities are still available.
    • Governing body of online There is no official governing body for online as there is such a wide range of sectors that have to be regulated. Instead each website tends to create and abide by their own rules for their users to follow.
    • Type-Subsidiary of Google, limited liability company Foundation date-February 14, 2005 Headquarters-901 Cherry Ave, San Bruno, California, United States Area served-Worldwide (except blocked countries) Founder(s)-Steve Chen, Chad Hurley, Jawed Karim Key people-Salar Kamangar (CEO), Chad Hurley (Advisor) Industry-Internet Parent-Independent (2005–2006),Google (2006–present) Slogan(s)-Broadcast Yourself (2005–2012) Website-YouTube.com YouTube haven't actually won any award because they are the own company and instead of winning them the tend to host them they do this to become more popular. Their target audience is very wide because anyone with internet can use YouTube.