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Media and Technology
After completing the course, you will learn the basics of :
1. Journey of Voice from Microphone to Radio Receiver
2. Understanding the Power 0f “Digital” to empower
- The Heart of Digital Revolution
4. Emerging trends in Broadcasting – Digital Broadcasting Internet Radio, Satellite Broadcasting.
5. Satellite Communication- Responsible for making “Global Village”
6. Artificial Intelligence and Expert System
Expert Panel and speakers
1. His Excellency Dr. Manoj Nardeosingh, Secretary General, African-Asian Rural Development Organization (AARDO) (Invited)-Chairperson
2. Dr. S. M. Ovis, Representative, AARDO
3. Prof. H. O. Srivastava, Chancellor, WDF University
4. Prof. R. K. Singh, former Engineer-in-Chief, Doordarshan
5. Dr. K. G. Suresh, Dean UPES, Dehradun & Former DG, IIMC
6. Prof. Birendra Kumar, RAU, Central University, Pusa
7. Dr. Ambrish Saxena, Dean, DME, Noida
8. Prof. Anil K.Rai Ankit. Professor at Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya, Wardha.
In the second half of the twentieth century and early of the twenty-first, along with the advancement of media technology, we have witnessed the dramatic transformation of delivery of content and journalism. There can be no denying that the technological revolution has exerted far reaching influences on news journalism and its production. Mass media, may be the delivery of audio, video, text and multimedia has a profound affect on the people. Journalism has always been shaped by technology. The relationship between technology and journalism is not simply a cause and effect relationship, in fact, they changed and determined each other.
In this six part interactive lecture series by Prof. R. K. Singh, former, Engineer-in-Chief of Doordarshan will share with you his broadcast management experience of about 40 years. The course is meant for students, teachers and practitioners of media and journalism.
Proposal for conducting Webinar/On-Line lecture cum workshop on
“Media Technology” for
Faculty of media and Journalism colleges
Faculty of Media and Journalism colleges is excellent and their teaching performance is very good. Now the technology has also become an integral part of the syllabus of the media and journalism subjects. It has been observed that at times faculty may find it little difficult to explain the technical topics like Radio, TV, Satellite, digital technology, ICT, 3G, 4G, 5G, Internet, Web Radio, AI and many more such topics.
In recent times these technologies have grown very fast. Not in detail but very basic concepts of these technology is necessary for media faculty to understand. This will help them to teach the subject confidently.
It is proposed to conduct Webinar workshop/ lectures on various above mentioned technical topics to empower our faculty with the power of basic concepts of these technical jargons. It may be clearly mentioned that media faculty need not have any technical background. The topics should be taught in a non-technical manner. The modules of these technical topics have been specially designed so that media faculty understands the subject without any difficulty. The objective of the teaching is to explain the basic concept of the subject.
On-line Video Conferencing Lessons
Prof. R. K. Singh
Former Engineer-in-Chief, Doordarshan