Ph.D IN MASS COMMUNICATION Admission Open

Ph.D IN MASS COMMUNICATION Admission Open from Allama Iqbal Open Univeristy, Islamabad Ph.D in Mass Communication involves 18 credit hours coursework followed by comprehensive research to generate body of knowledge on the mass communication phenomena. The coursework comprises International Communication and Globalization, Approaches to Mass Communication: Mass Communication Theory and Effects (Part-1), Approaches to Mass Communication: Mass Communication Theories and Effects (Part-2), Media Debates, Content Analysis Research in Mass Communication, and Political Communication. This programme will make students learn the global perspective of Mass Communication, and help them explore media-society relationships. Besides, the students will be able to debate, and independently investigate the issues relating to political and sociological perspectives of Mass Media and Communication at national and international levels.   Schedule for submission of Admission Form with Rs.500 Processing Fee: 01-08-2014 to 05-09-2014. Schedule for submission of Admission Form with Rs.1000 Processing Fee: 05-09-2014 to 15-09-2014.  Admission Form with Rs.1500 Processing Fee: 15-09-2014 to 25-09-2014. Objectives The Ph.D […]

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M Phil Mass Communication from AIOU

M Phil Mass Communication from Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad Schedule for submission of Admission Form with Rs.500 Processing Fee: 01-08-2014 to 05-09-2014. Schedule for submission of Admission Form with Rs.1000 Processing Fee: 05-09-2014 to 15-09-2014.  Admission Form with Rs.1500 Processing Fee: 15-09-2014 to 25-09-2014. DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION Introduction The Department of Mass Communication was established in 1986 for fulfilling the educational needs of students and for working journalists and media persons at various levels. The Department offered its specialized B.A cluster programme in Mass Communication in 1988 for the first time in the country at graduate level. Students across the country are taking interest in the programme. In 1997 the Department started its M Sc. Mass Communication Programme. Keeping in view the trend of students in studying the phenomenon of Mass Communication, the Department launched advanced studies of M Phil in Mass Communication in 2000. The M Phil imparts the knowledge of evolution and advances in mass […]

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What is the procedure of Mass Communication Internship?

MSc. Mass Communication Intern-ship Procedure 1. You may Apply for the Mass Communication Internship Letter after 3rd Semester Exam Passed. 2. Write an Application to the Mass Communication Department and make a request to issue an Internship Letter to complete mandatory part of the MSc. Mass Communication. Preview of the Request Letter. —————————————— The Department of Mass Communication, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Pakistan Subject:          Request for an internship Letter of MSc. Mass Communication With most respectfully, it is stated that I the applicant has completed my 3 Semester and Final Semester result is waiting from AIOU Islamabad. Now i request to you, that kindly send me the internship letter, so that  complete mandatory part of the MSc. Mass Communication on time.   Your’s sincerely, Applicant Name Roll# Reg# 3.After above application the department will send you following letter and evaluation-performa. 4. After receiving of an official internship letter, […]

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Visual Editing: Principles and Techniques

Visual Editing: Principles and Techniques Videotape cassettes are factory sealed. The tape is never touched by human hands, nor should it be. A smudge of dirt or even the skin’s natural oils can damage not only the tape but also the recording and playback circuitry through which it passes. All editing is done electronically. The film is edited manually. The way tape works is this: sound and picture are encoded in magnetic particles on the tape’s surface by the record circuitry. Editing and Playback circuitry read this code to reconstitute the images and sounds. The sound and picture are on separate tracks, enabling tape editors to rearrange them independently of one another.         « Tape gear is constantly being improved, being made lighter, more light- sensitive, more shockproof, more weather resistant and more flexible. However, the basic components remain the same and TV journalists must be familiar with them in order […]

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Cable Television

Cable Television Cable Television is a system for distribution of audiovisual information via coaxial cable. The system includes its signal receiving amplifying and controlling equipment and signal origination equipment. Since this system involves physical network and distribution of cables it is only operatable under government permission. Cables may be hurried underground or hanged with the poles. Amplifiers are placed to boost the signals at intervals along the cable. The essential features of Cable Television system < include headend for amplifying and processing signals for cable transmission, coaxial cable to carry the signals to subscribers terminal, equipment connected to subscribers' TV receivers and antennas. Headend, is the source of transmission. A studio for programme making can also be added with the headend. The basic difference between cable TV and broadcast TV is that the television signals are transmitted over cable rather than broadcast. Cable TV and CCTV (close circuit television) have […]

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