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Unit 3 media sectors

  1. 1. the film industry is all the company's that make and distribute. And All of these are film industry 20th century fox is a famous film industry with films like avatar and xmen that has made over 300 million dollars each. The type of film they make is fantasy and sci fi Paramount also is very popular it have films like paranormal activity and anchorman. There type of film is comedy and horror Lionsgate have made films like hunger games, twilight, the films they have made are adventure and fantasy
  2. 2. . Director that puts the film in his own image . Animator An animator is an artist who creates multiple images that give an illusion of movement called animation . Sound affects .Special effects .editor .producer .screen writer .film and video editor .actor .art director .construction manager
  3. 3. REGULATION 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.
  4. 4. Type= public Industry= film Founded founder(s)= William Fox Joseph M. Schenck Darryl F. Zanuck Headquarters=Fox Plaza, Century City, Los Angeles, California, United States
  5. 5. TV INDUSTRY director A television director is usually responsible for directing the actors and other filmed aspects of a television production. The role differs from that of a film director because the major creative control usually belongs to the producer. In general, actors and other regular artists on a show are familiar enough with their roles that the director's input is confined to technical issues. Make-up artist A professional make-up artist is usually a cosmetology beautician, and applies makeup to anyone who appears on screen. They concentrate on the area above the chest, the face, the top of the head, the fingers, hands, arms, and elbows. Writer The Writer creates and moulds an original story, or adapts other written, told, or acted stories for production of a television show. Their finished work is called a script. A script may also have been a contribution of many writers, so it is the Writers Guild of America’s (WGA) task to designate who gets the credit as 'the Writer'.
  6. 6. TV INDUSTRY DEFINITION AND KEY COMPANIES The UK industry is dominated by the major broadcasters, plus a much larger number of less well-known broadcasters and production companies. There are nine so-called terrestrial broadcasters, whose output is broadcast through land-based transmitters. They include the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five, S4C, SMG and UTV. These companies are also called Public Service Broadcasters, with a range of obligations set out in their licences, and in the case of the BBC in its Charter.
  7. 7. TV INDUSTRY GOVERNING BODY Ofcom is the communications regulator. they regulate the TV and radio sectors, fixed line telecoms, mobiles, postal services, plus the airwaves over which wireless devices operate. They 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.
  8. 8. BBC – CASE STUDY Who runs bbc =the crown (publicly owned The BBC History Magazine was launched in May 2000 by BBC Magazines with Greg Neale, an experienced journalist and history graduate, appointed as editor. In February 2004, parent company BBC Worldwide acquired publishing company Origin Publishing, which had published the rival Living History Magazine since April 2003. Living History Magazine was then incorporated into BBC History Magazine by including topics previously covered by Living History Magazine and a pull-out exploring guide, and by appointing Living History editor Dave Musgrove, an experienced magazine journalist and doctor of medieval archaeology. Following the merger, the magazine was successful with increased sales and subscriptions. The BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award is the titular award of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year ceremony, which takes place each December. The winner is the sportsperson, judged by a public vote, to have achieved the most that year. The recipient must either be British or reside and play a significant amount of their sport in the United Kingdom. The winner is selected by a public-vote from a pre-determinted shortlis The bbc audience is public to every one
  10. 10. RADIO JOBS Administration - General Manager The General Manager (GM) sits atop the food chain at most radio stations, according to the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Guide to Radio Careers. In order to get this gig, you will need to work in radio for a while. Most GMs rise through the ranks of either sales or programming to the top spot. Programming - Program Director Radio programming departments used to employ three people: an operations manager, a program director, and an assistant program director. As station consolidation has taken hold, though, most stations simply have a program director, who is often in charge of programming at multiple stations. On-Air Staff/Production Many radio stations, particularly talk radio stations, have news departments. The news department is run by a news director. The news director, in most cases, anchors newscasts on the station. He manages a staff of news anchors and reporters. Some stations employ individuals who solely report on sports. A sports reporter anchors sportscasts on a station and also covers local teams.
  11. 11. RADIO INDUSTRY DEFINITION AND KEY COMPANIES The "radio industry" is a generic term for any companies or public service providers who are involved with the broadcast of radio stations or ancillary services. ...
  12. 12. PRINT INDUSTRY Print is a vital medium for companies everywhere. The UK printing industry is an exciting and essential part of the UK's economy. It serves all areas of business and leisure by producing a vast range of products that are an essential part of our everyday life. In business, print is used to help communicate information, demonstrate commercial advantage, create impact and make headlines. Print uses eye-catching designs to help companies stand out in today's competitive marketplace. As well as business, the print sector produces large amounts of material for our education system, our entertainment and other sectors, it serves every part of the UK's economy. Demand for printed products has continued to grow. This is despite predictions of a reduction, as a result of the impact of electronic media. A large part of the 2004 figure for total UK sales was from sales of advertising literature, books, brochures and leaflets. The printing industry uses the latest technology. It needs bright, creative, enthusiastic people with wide ranging skills. Print companies tend to become specialists within their field, as different types of end product each require slightly different machinery.
  13. 13. PRINT INDUSTRY CASE STUDY Printing is a process for reproducing text and images, typically with ink on paper using a printing press. It is often carried out as a large-scale industrial process, and is an essential part of publishing and transaction printing. The earliest form of printing was woodblock printing , with existing examples from China dating to before 220 A.D. and Egypt to the fourth century. Later developments in printing include the movable type, first developed by Bi Sheng in China, and the printing press, a more efficient printing process for western languages with their more limited alphabets , developed by Johannes Gutenberg in the fifteenth century.
  14. 14. ONLINE INDUSTRY DEFINITION AND KEY COMPANIES The online industry is the internet and the world wide web Some key companies are youtube,facebook or twitter
  15. 15. ONLINE JOBS Website builder Writer Editor updater Programmer