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IGCSE Physical Education - 3.4. Media

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Transcript of IGCSE Physical Education - 3.4. Media

IGCSE
Physical Education

Unit 3.4.

Media

Sport occupies a large % of viewing time.

POSITIVE
: more exposure.

NEGATIVE
: possibly lower attendance.
Types of Media
Television
Radio
Books
Newspapers
Internet
Magazines
Promotes sport.

Increased attention/viewership = could increase participation.
More people can see, hear, and read about sport.

Introduction of 24/7 media.
Social media = instant information.
Websites updated regularly.
Entertain and Inform.

Good form of (family) entertainment.
Offer unknown information and/or change opinions.
Social media = exchange of ideas/banter.
If seen on television, sports can attract sponsorship.

Pays to improve facilities, training and equipment.
Creates ‘sports stars’ which can have positive and negative effects on youngsters.

Both = replication / imitation.
Persuasive / Dissuasive for parents/public.

IMPACT OF TELEVISION ON SPORT
Invention of colour TV and High Definition.
More sports can be shown in better quality.
HD = increase in quality.
IMPACT OF TELEVISION ON SPORT
TV companies often decide, due to their financial support, which sports will be shown & when.
e.g. Leads to changes of date and time.
Effect on Minority sports
Negative effects.

Popular sports (football/tennis/rugby)
Buy broadcast rights = more money into the sport = need Satellite/PPV to watch.

RESULT = Little left over for other sports, especially minority sports.
Positive effects.

Lack of terrestrial/free coverage of major sports = prioritise minority sports.
e.g. Channel 4 in the UK show horse racing, NFL, and round-up shows such as TransWorldSport.

Increased coverage = could increase participation.
Viewers can see the biggest competitions in the world.
e.g. All major competitions are free-to-air (live or highlights) in the UK.
Protected by the Government.
Improve knowledge of the viewer.
e.g. Match analysis / commentary / technology / interviews.
TV companies contribute to sports revenues.
e.g. SKY & BT Sport pay
3 BILLION POUNDS

(approx.
4 BILLION EUROS
) for 3 years for English Premier League football.
NEGATIVE INFLUENCES OF THE MEDIA
The media may demand changes in the law/rules of some sports.


-
TENNIS TIE BREAK
.
Don't have to win by two games.


-
VOLLEYBALL & BADMINTON RALLY-POINT RULES.
Can win a point at any time, not just on your own serve.
Sports stars have less privacy due to media attention.
Some may resort to cheating or the use of drugs.
Players have a win at all cost attitude rather than playing for enjoyment.
The media may become very critical of referees’/officials’ decisions.

Split-second decision vs. multiple replays/varied angles.

Review systems used in many sports as a result
(e.g. tennis, cricket, rugby).
More pressure on managers / teams / players
to do well.

7 out of 20 managers in the Premier League
sacked before February.
POSITIVE INFLUENCES OF THE MEDIA
Variety of shows.
Sport does not only have to be a live game!
Types of Media
STARTER ACTIVITY

Mindmap the pros and cons of each type of media.

(Think about it from the
point of view of the public.)

Creates roll models.
Actions, good or bad, are imitated by young people.
Access to new sports.
e.g. Super Bowl
Good exposure
= get sponsorship

Bad exposure
= lose sponsorship.
IMPACT OF TELEVISION ON SPORT
IMPACT OF MEDIA ON A SPORTSPERSON
Campaign for the inclusion of players into the national team.
Pressure on performers = improve/hamper performance.
Places pressure on performers that can result in cheating/drug taking.
The intrusion of the media can distract a performer.
Creates a negative performances.

http://sports.howzit.msn.com/golf/mcilroy-media-intrusion-annoying
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