Other wise I could miss a characters new mov... ... middle of paper ... ... as great as the television influence on everyone. Soon enough TV will be totally interactive, and readily available to everyone. Music and television combined has shaped and formed who I am today. Almost everything in my life has been based on reaction to either music or television. Music and television are the most influential of all media sources in my opinion.
It plays an immense role in what the values of a society is, and expands the imagination of people of all ages. Such examples are that fantasy novels inspire people to think big while music acts as a way of expressing oneself through lyrics and beats. Other forms of media such as the internet, television, and radio have been effective in spreading books and music of different authors and singers. They will continue to be effective as more and more applications and programs are created everyday for the sole purpose of distributing these materials.
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Song lyrics in this generation have become more and more vulgar. YouTube videos are also very trending in popular culture today. These videos can grow to have millions of hits on them. Just about any question you could possibly ask, can be found on YouTube which has made it so much easier for people to teach and learn new things that they are curious about. Movies are also a huge impact on society and have always been really big in popular culture.
Media technology and communication is necessary in our day to day activities, playing major role in our lives such as education, migrant, personal relationship, job expansion, marketing of new products and services etc. internet has given us a lot of confidence on those media tools which have kept us close to and up to date to what is happenings around the world such as entertainment, educational activities, world wide political issue, global news, foreign market activities. It has proven studies and research that the media significant negative impact on our daily lives, especially young people under the age of 18 by watching movies and games violence. Until the mid of the last century most adolescents spend their free time together with adults so most of their behaviour and activities of this social group are to be monitored by the adult surrounding them. so teenager get the abilities they need in society to get well-integrated.
Media is a means of communication through a wide variety of ways for people to know more about modern culture. Teenagers come in contact with the media every day from the time they wake up to the time they go to sleep at night. The advancement in technology has made information easier accessible and ready to be seen. Young adults are constantly exposed -“at home, at school, during leisure hours, staying connected with widening circles of friends, and even establishing identity.”(Hogan 537) The media is not inherently negative or positive but still poses a definite effect on teenagers lives and how they live. The way teens view themselves based off of what the media shows the world is not always in a positive light.
Because so many people watch television everyday it is the perfect tool to advertise with. Also, the advertisements must be interesting and have enough appeal to actually captivate the audience’s interest. The car insurance company Geico understands this concept very well. This company literally has an entire arsenal of commercials that tie together in some way and make anyone watching full of laughter. One of the newest commercials this company has devised involves old MacDonald and his spelling ability.
The emergence of television was a source of entertainment and information, where advertising was very influential to all age groups of the time. The late 60’s was a period where long held values and norms were challenged to the extent of changing the way the world interpreted life. This revolution was definitely one for the media to capture in every way possible through music, television, film, and written forms such as magazines. By the late sixties FM radio had replaced AM radio as the focal points being Rock and Roll music, then into the seventies psychedel... ... middle of paper ... ...ages. Magazines like rolling stone embraced and reported on the hippy counterculture during the late nineteen sixties and seventies and its rise to fame was successful due to such bands and artists as the Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Jimi Hendrix.
Almost, if not all ads use music in some way, shape or form. The reason behind this is because music adds value and completes a whole advertisement. The addition of music in any shape or form, has widely contributed to the success of brands all over the world. In the Philippines, the TV and Movie industry are immensely popular and a commercial can be seen all the time, a commercial can be considered a short televised movie. There is no doubt that, marketers ... ... middle of paper ... ...ts.
Media companies cross nationalism is no surprise in light of the fact that they have always been operating on the cutting edge. The media has a great deal of control over what people see, hear and read on a daily basis. Technology has benefited a great deal from media companies exposing new inventions and other advancements for the public to see. Media companies are also responsible for the spread of the American pop culture, which has endeared itself to many in different countries. The are several media companies capitalizing on the American pop culture boom, but the focus of this paper will be placed on three specific types of media corporations.