An excessive amount of intercession of media in everything involves concern. Media can be considered as “Watch dog" of political majority rules system. Through the ages, the accentuation of media on news has disguised. Media nowadays, tries to eye the news ,which could help them to offer the data that is accumulated around the world, so they could clear a method for achievement and notoriety of their particular channels. Fm radios, papers, data found on net and TV are the mass medias that serve to diminish the correspondence crevice between the gathering of people, watchers and the media world.
1.1 Introduction Media is the backbone of democracy. The role of media in our society is very significant. Media supply the political information to the viewers that help them to make their opinion. Media also plays the watchdog role in society to identify the problems and wrongdoing of those who have the authority. Elections are a main part of the democratic structure and highlight the basic features of formation of a government and political structuring of a specific state (Shively, 2003).
In accordance with this truism then it can be argued how gatekeeping as a staple in media sorts of distorts reality. That is say when there are ‘stories’ out there not being told for one reason or another; that creates a contrary world view. This is especially true of authoritarian states where the government is in control of vast majority of media and decides what is disseminated to its people. One such case is that of
In this way, the media assumes a paramount part in our lives, as we can 't imagine an existence without the day-by-day reporting of national, local and worldwide news. It would be similar to coming back to the Stone Ages. Then again, audiences have to make sure if the news reported in the media is correct and not biased by analyzing its substance seriously and voicing their perspectives on specific issues. The owner of the television networks has the power to control the media. Some media organizations have concentrated on expanding economic control over all parts of the production process to boost benefits.
The dominant groups in society still provide "feelers" to the media. Multinational companies are well acquainted with the mechanism of the conquest of global governance: the control and always control. In addition to the dominant position and control of market goods and services, and financial markets, the development of global media elite ruthlessly conquered market of information too. Only by putting the information under control, they can be sure that global public will listen, watch, and do not ask anything. According to the theories of the elite, the society manages closed minority, which has a dominant role over the masses.
Audience often banked on superstition and logical thinking to regulate the use of mass media. Fundamentally, task that the theory performs, hypothesis that is proven will serve much through analysis. Conglomerations are media business and various companies under one organization. Mediacorp and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) two local conglomerates that own various businesses. Mediacorp owns television, broadcast, print (Today- free newspaper), magazines, interactive media, productions and enterprises.
(AGG) When knowledge and memory is controlled for any individual person, intelligence shifts from the individual to the controller of the knowledge and memory. (BS-1) In Montag’s society in the book Fahrenheit 451 the knowledge and memory is being controlled by those in power, the government. (BS-2) By controlling the knowledge and memory like this, the government gains a lot of power and lose the need to address issues within the society that have to be dealt with. (BS-3) Ultimately, this level of control by the government ends up damaging the people in Montag’s society. (TS) The author, Ray Bradbury, conveys a very important message about knowledge and memory and shows the damage that is done when it is controlled.
To expand this paradigm into an institution spanning across the Party-state requires an exclusive sphere of communication within the ruling party. In order to maintain its own solidarity, a nation-wide back stage has to face the challenge of geographically dispersed members and possible chaos of random information flow. Insider information must be rapidly propagated throughout this gigantic machinery of power but kept untouchable by the general population; also, it is equally disastrous to allow the party to be overwhelmed by undirected communication from
Media coverage shapes how public perceives their surroundings and what they consider to be important. The government and the people must pay attention to the media. The media reports the news, serves as an intermediary between the government and the people, helps determine which issues should be discussed, and keeps the public actively involved. The Indian media has responsibly engaged in the first role i.e. of being an interpreter and interpreted happenings and change to better the prospects of the nation by abstaining from partisan practices.
It has been contaminated by political influences. Today, the media has many vital roles in a modern democracy such as; political lies, reviling the truth to the public as well as helping to aid with the hypocrisy of the nation. Democracy is commonly defined as by Abraham Lincoln “A Government of the people, by the people and for the people”. In today’s society, liberation and democracy walk hand in hand. Democracy, in my view, is only capable of exsisting with a