Media and Information Literacy

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Media and Information Literacy by Mind Map: Media and Information Literacy

1. Media Then and Now

2. Broadcasting+Internet= Podcast

3. Journalism+Internet= Blogging

4. Intersecting Traditional Media and New Media

5. New Media Transitions: from Synergy to Transmedia

6. New Media Technology: Convergence and Characteristics

7. Deconstructing Media

8. Brief History of Media

8.1. Pre-Industrial Age

8.1.1. Industrial Age

8.1.1.1. Electronic Age

8.1.1.1.1. Digital Age

8.1.1.1.2. Smartphones, tablets and portable game and music players are sometimes placed in the gadget category.

8.1.1.2. It is also known as Information Age, Computer Age, Digital Age, or New Media Age. Here are the example of devices being used for communication since Electronic Age: 1. telegram is a transmission of written messages by signal, wire or broadcast.

8.1.2. The main methods of communication were sending letters, printing of the newspaper, sending messages through telegraphs, and radio broadcasting. After the development of radio came the invention of the telephone.

8.2. Communication in pre-industrial age was spoken from person-to-person or to a group. It was point-to-point. The primary method of delivering information was storytelling.

9. Defining Media

9.1. Communication Process

9.1.1. Feedback Mechanism

9.1.1.1. Media as an information history

9.1.1.1.1. Media as a culture Entertainment

9.1.1.1.2. Language

9.1.1.2. Film Industry

9.1.1.2.1. Broadcasting Industry

9.1.2. Developing the Shannon-Weaver Model

9.2. Sender, Message, Channel, Receiver, Feedback

10. What is Media?

10.1. Media and information literacy (MIL) is linked to access to information, free expression and education.

10.1.1. Media and Information Literacy (MIL), defined as the ability to access, analyze, and create media, is a prerequisite for citizens to realize their rights to freedom of information and expression.

11. Kinds of Media

11.1. Traditional Media

11.1.1. New Media

11.1.1.1. Social Media

11.1.1.1.1. Mobile Communications Technology

11.1.1.1.2. Is the use of technology that allows us to communicate with others in different locations without the use of any physical connection (wires or cables).

11.1.1.2. Websites and applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking.

11.1.2. Means of mass communication using digital technologies such as the Internet.

11.2. Traditional media allows businesses to target a broad target audience through billboards, print advertising, television commercials, and more.

12. Brief History of Philippine Media

12.1. Pre-colonial Traces

12.1.1. The print industry and Filipino Freedom

12.1.1.1. The Europian Film Import

12.1.1.1.1. The Broadcast Industry

12.1.1.1.2. In broadcasting, a channel or frequency channel is a designated radio frequency (or, equivalently, wavelength), assigned by a competent frequency assignment authority for the operation of a particular radio station, television station or television channel.

12.1.1.2. The first film produced by a Filipino is José Nepomuceno's Dalagang Bukid (Country Maiden) in 1919 based on a highly acclaimed musical play by Hermogenes Ilagan and León Ignacio.

12.1.2. Some media outlets, such as RPN/IBC (television) and the Philippine Broadcasting Service (radio), are government-run. Most outlets are privately owned. The most widely read newspapers are the Manila Bulletin, The Philippine Star, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Business Mirror, and BusinessWorld.

12.2. The pre-colonial period broadly refers to the span of time prior to the introduction of European colonialism in areas across the world.

13. Understanding Media: Aesthethics of the Image, Text and Audio

13.1. Framing and Reading

13.1.1. Newspaper and Journalism

13.1.1.1. Books, Comics, Magazines, and the Publishing Industry

13.1.1.1.1. Photography and Timeless Image Concepts

13.1.1.1.2. The process of recording images through a chemical caused by light rays hitting a sensitized surface.

13.1.1.2. Still the viable way of getting information and being entertained by information.

13.1.2. The most evident in the world of news.

13.2. To construct, compose, or imagine something, to create with a solid plan

14. Understanding Media: Aesthethics of Film and TV

14.1. The Film Form

14.1.1. Modes of Film Production

14.1.1.1. FIlm Formats

14.1.1.1.1. Film age Compositions

14.1.1.1.2. Using similar clues.

14.1.1.2. Treatment and style.

14.1.2. This is where all the planning stages of a film are made before actually making the film.

14.2. The total system a viewer perceives in a film.

15. Film Formats

15.1. Narrative

15.1.1. Documentary

15.1.1.1. Animation

15.1.1.1.1. Experimental

15.1.1.1.2. Traditional narrative format.

15.1.1.2. Oldest Form of film format.

15.1.2. Factual.

15.2. Fictions.

16. Kinds of TV SHows

16.1. Informative Programming

16.1.1. Entertainment Programming

16.1.1.1. TV Show Anatomy and Advertising

16.1.1.1.1. Crafting Media Messages

16.1.1.1.2. Both film and television are considered as audiovisual media.

16.1.1.2. Subdivided into segments.

16.1.2. Dramatic series.

16.2. News programs

17. Understanding Media: Aesthetics of New Media

18. Film+Internet= Youtube

19. Transitioning Media, Transitioning Users

20. Unnderstanding Media: Aesthetics of Social Networking

20.1. Deeper Understanding of Social Media

20.2. What is Social Networking?

20.3. The use of dedicated websites and applications to interact with other users, or to find people with similar interests to oneself.

21. Kinds of Social Media and Its Varying Uses

21.1. Print Based

21.1.1. Photo-based

21.1.1.1. Audio-based

21.1.1.1.1. Video-based

21.1.1.1.2. Youtube

21.1.1.2. Spotify, Sounds.

21.1.2. Instagram

21.2. Uncensored publication.

22. Relevance of Social Media in Today's Society

22.1. Personal Communication

22.2. Business and Customer care Tools

22.3. Social Services and Governance

22.4. Educational Tools

22.5. Advocacy Campaign for Social Change

22.6. Traditional Media Coverage and Social Media Enhancement

22.7. Entertainment Portals

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