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Media Law

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Faham Usman

on 19 May 2013

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Transcript of Media Law

Media Law and Ethics Final Presentation Occupation Education Income Groups Technology Oriented Age Gender Location The survey was on
“Perception of people about media freedom (Television Only)” SURVEY ANALYSIS Questions Q1. In a normal day, on average, how many hours do you spend watching TV? Thank You Q2. In a week, on average, how many days do you spend watching TV? Q3. Which of the following types of program you like the most? Q4. On an average basis, you watch TV? Q5. How much violence do you think there is on television? Q6. Do you think that violence on television will make people act violently after watching it? Q7. Do you think freedom of television today will solve the problems? Q8. Do you think that freedom on television itself is a problem? Q9. What do you prefer for yourself to watch more: primarily educational or primarily entertainment? Q10. What do you feel is inappropriate in television broadcast? Q11. How do you deal with a situation when you see something inappropriate or violating? Q12. Do you feel that people are heavily influenced by what they watch? Q13. Do you watch Dramas? Q14. If yes, do you relate yourself to the Dramas considering the environment? Q15. Do you think Media reflects environment or environment reflects media? Q16. Do our plays/ dramas leave a message or lesson behind? Give examples if yes. Q17. Do you use TV to entertain yourself when you are too tired or busy? Q18. Do you feel that TV has got more freedom than it used to have? Q19. Do you think that media is giving enough freedom? Q20.  Do you watch political talk shows? Q21. How often do you watch political talk shows? Q22. In your opinion what kind of program these talk shows are? Q23. Do political talk shows provide political knowledge and issue awareness to the people? Q24. To which extent do you think that media is creating political awareness and its good for general public to know? Q25. To which extent do you agree that these political talk shows are enjoying full freedom and should be restricted? Q26. To which extent political talk shows motivate people to participate in political process and according to you is appropriate? Q27. Do you think our media is performing considerable role in conflict resolution? Q28. To which extent do you agree that the private television play an effective role in making public opinion towards different political issues? Q29. Is media enjoying the freedom with responsibility? •To find out the nature and perception of television programs in the minds of consumers.

•To find out the frequency and audiences preferences in consuming media.

•To find out the genre of media in terms of television programs.

•To find out what people think about freedom with respect to media (Television).

•To find out whether media enjoying freedom with responsibility or not.

•What actually media reflects within our environment.

•What they think whether media should be used as a tool of for educating and training in the society.

•What programs audiences prefer more (Dramas, News, Talk shows)?

•To find out to which extend media is used for entertainment or infotainment? OBJECTIVES Conclusion
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