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Ownership

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Ownership

  1. 1. Task 1Understand thestructure andownership of themedia sector. P1,M1, D1EXPLAINING THESTRUCTURE ANDOWNERSHIP OF THEMEDIA SECTOR
  2. 2. Private ownership is when a company is owned by a individual or acompany and state or public have nothing to do with it, An example of aprivately owned business would be Sky. Advantages of a buisness beingprivately owned is that all the money you use in the buisness doesn’t haveto be your own because you can get money from the shares of thebuisness. A disadvantage are that because the company is in shares itcan be bad for the buisness if someone sells a large amount of shares atone time.TYPES OF OWNERSHIP: PRIVATE OWNERSHIP
  3. 3. Public service ownership in media is when a buisness if owned and run bya government, an example of this is the BBC, The BBC gets its moneythrough Tax payers money. Advantages of Public service ownership is thatthe company gets its funds through tax payers money and there is noadvertising needed to get people to invest in the buisness. Disadvantagesare that the government could choose what gets shown on tv.TYPES OF OWNERSHIP: PUBLIC SERVICE
  4. 4. Multinational media ownership is when a person or origination owns morethan one media related buisness such as Rupert Murdoch owning Skyand the news of the world as well as other newspapers. Advantages ofMultinational ownership is that an origination can have a massiveinfluence over all the news that is broadcast and can pick and choosewhat is published.TYPES OF OWNERSHIP: MULTINATIONAL
  5. 5. Independent ownership is when a business is operated and owned by afew companys who hold shares in the company. A good thing about beingan nidependent buisness owner is that they have the abilty to start on afresh note and are completely in charge or the buisness and how it is run.TYPES OF OWNERSHIP: INDEPENDENT
  6. 6. Conglomerate ownership is when 2 buisness join up into one. They useallycreate internal capital markets if the external one is not develpoped thatwell.TYPES OF OWNERSHIP: CONGLOMERATE
  7. 7. This is when one company is taken over by another a good example iswhen a car company such as ford buys out another car company althoughmost of the time it still keeps the same facotorys in the orignal companyunless it is a lot cheaper to move to another country or a 3rdworld country.TYPES OF COMPANIES:HORIZONTAL INTEGRATION
  8. 8. A verticly intergrated company is one where there are lots of people incontrol of many big things. An example of this is apple.TYPES OF COMPANIES:VERTICAL INTEGRATION
  9. 9. Synergy is when companys cooperate between different things within thesame company. Examples are when people watch the disney channel theywill most likely watch disney movies aswell. Which brings in more viewersand doesn’t loose many viewers apart from the ones getting older. Theywill then be intrested in going to disney land and buying disneymerchandise or going to the disney store.SYNERGY
  10. 10. Synergy is when companys cooperate between different things within thesame company. Examples are when people watch the disney channel theywill most likely watch disney movies aswell. Which brings in more viewersand doesn’t loose many viewers apart from the ones getting older. Theywill then be intrested in going to disney land and buying disneymerchandise or going to the disney store.SYNERGY

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