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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ms. Clifton O'Conner on Saturday September 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to JRLC 5080 at University of Georgia taught by Rhodes in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see /class/202150/jrlc-5080-university-of-georgia in Journalism Core at University of Georgia.

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Date Created: 09/12/15
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separated from economy and politics 0 Demonstrates cycle of dependency 0 Offers hope for survival Historical development of Media 0 Colonial period I French printers I Agriculture and shipping Government 0 Instability I Unable to maintain control of media I Media would find a wedge for a freer press I Cycle 0 Government relaxes control 0 Media emerge and report 0 Government reigns media back in 0 Media would lay low book reviews music programs foreign reports on news US occupation of Haiti 0 Marines used imprisonment to control media 0 The Nation Magazine I 7 editors I Chauvet Le Nouvelliste Duvalierthe cycle 0 Destroyed media properties 0 Arrested and tortured journalists and publishers o Denied plants access to electricity Baby DocLoosening 0 National media houses established 0 Presidential press conferences 0 Permitted independent press to rebuild 0 Information office created 0 PR firm Hill and Knowlton to build a better international reputation Media seeking freedom 0 New media outlets formed 0 Caution I Coded language I Double entendre I Innuendo and implication I Parables Cycle continues with crackdown o 1980expelled independentjournalists I Haiti progress I Haiti observateur I Haiti en Marche I Haitian Times 0 Closed independent media Radio Soleil 0 Belgium priests using the newly created national space to communicate with people 0 Guarantee the Law 0 Program with peasant children and a griot 0 Program jammed gov t cassette to play Freedom of the press 0 Without responsibility or accountability o Aristide coup d tat o Cedars I Self censorship Closing of newspapers and radio stations To protect themselves reporters slept in different places every night No access to authorities for information and most news programs attributed to foreign news agency Results of crackdown o GRALIP Group for Reflection and Action for the freedom of the press 0 Radio VSN57 read out names 0 Radio Enriquillo DR Value of print media 0 Records history 0 Considered a cold medium 0 Used as a platform for activists ideas 0 Media became competition for the government Owners of media 0 Independent 0 Politically funded 0 Government sponsored 0 Community radio Owners and their problems 0 Limited electricity 0 Embargo limited getting replacement parts 0 Sanctions bankrupted the few advertisers 0 Costs soared AP photographer10000 Journalists 0 Work for free to get experience 0 Paid US 18006000 per month 0 Learn to cover faces with wet towels and rub them with lemon and toothpaste after being tear gassed 0 Lay low sleep in different houses rely of faulty telephone service to cover stories 0 So 0 Journalists willing to die to have freedom of the press 0 People are still investing in media O Brien and Digicel 0 People want to have an independent press and a free society INTERNATIONAL ADVERTISING 0 Major form of global communications 0 Countries use advertising to promote their image abroad 0 Advertising often serves political functions in authoritarian countries 0 Manifest functions of advertising 0 To provide information 0 To create a recognizable identity for a product 0 Latent functions of advertising 0 Values information I Challenges traditional values I Western values of individualism modernity and sex sell products I Traditional values of diligence facesaving frugality and tolerance do not sell products 0 Creates needs I People need to purchase product I Incorporate the use of the product into their lifestyle I Develop a relationship with the target audience 0 Narrowcastinglocalization 0 Cable and satellite tv o Glocal ad strategy standardized strategy 0 Yahoo 25 countries different languages 0 Ownership 0 80 percent of all advertising I Omnicom Group US 100 countries I nterpublic Group of Companies US 100 offices I WPP group England wire and plastic products 107 countries I Publicis France 0 Conflicts of interest


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