The course deals with the management of different types of media, including strategic decision making, human resource management and technical aspects, and analyzing the social and political conditions in which the media operate. In this course you will also analyze the process of integration of broadcasting, cable television, internet and telephony, in the function of production of new communication products and information services.
What will you learn
- You will learn the specifics of managing different types of media;
- You will learn the main elements of production and the possibilities of convergence of new media;
- You will be able to explain the features and functions of the public service;
- You will understand the role of the commercial and non-profit sectors in media pluralism.
How will you learn
Study course by course, through individual learning and teamwork in real-life situations, under the mentorship of renowned professors from Macedonia and abroad. If your commitments do not allow you to attend regular classes, learn in the ICS virtual classroom at any time and from anywhere.
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Bruce Block, The visual story: creating the visual structure of film tv and digital media. Elsevier Inc. 2008
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Henry Jenkins, Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide. New York University Press, 2008