A free, objective and skilled media is an essential component of any democratic society serving the ultimate goal to engender diverse, plural, and credible voices providing information and opinion to the electorate. Freedom of media has been a debating point for decades. Freedom of media is the fundamental right of various forms of media – including print media, television, and online media- to operate freely in society without government control, restriction or censorship. Freedom of media comes with a responsibility to better use of expertise and experience to build an informed civil society devoid of racism, hatred, and fake news. There is a need for improvements in journalism practice and structures that might enhance understanding of cultural differences.
Data and data technology has disrupted every aspect of the advertising, media, and marketing ecosystem, transforming how we inform, entertain and engage people. Technological advancements have made media easily accessible, and affordable; and algorithms made them heavily personalized. Data is used to deliver the right content to the right people, on the right platform. The technological advancements pose newer obstacles like censorship by social media platforms, IPR violations; and older impediments in larger forms like fake news, unregulated advertisements, paid news, etc.
The conference is conceived to be a melting pot of dissected ideas to provide better regulation for all forms of media.
- Technology and Changing Dimensions of Media 2. Law and ethics in media reporting
- Broadcasting and licensing rights
- Social media: impacts, future and issues
- Gender equality and media
- Digital Content Control and Intellectual Property Rights
- Mass versus niche media
- ‘Audience’ and practices of participation in Media
- Cultural Representation and Power in Media
- Politics of Media and Media in Politics
- Media identities, from stars to selfies
- Media discourses: vicarious and participatory
- News media and journalism: changing dimensions of a profession
IMPORTANT DATES :
Last Date for submission of Session Proposal: 22nd JULY 2022 Intimation of acceptance of Abstracts: 3-4 days from submission
Conference date: 31st JULY 2022
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