Btec level 3 extended diploma public services unit/s 24: current and media affairs in public services lecturer chris pickering assessor chris pickering. On may 7 the new public affairs series debuts on pbs a lot will be riding on the show for pbs it’s a rare chance to start a potential “icon series” with new styles and substance, demonstrating that folks in “legacy media” can interact and innovate like digital natives.
As the technology is getting more up to date day by day the changes in the media are much faster and this would come down to the use of satellite communication satellites can be used for sending information from places to places eg being able to use e-mails and send and receive messages in a matter of seconds anywhere in the world. Public affairs relates to matters that concern the public directly this could include legislation, policing, and public administration, as well as other elements public relations, on the other hand, focuses more on the company’s connection with the public. Unit 24: current and media affairs in public services unit code: f/600/6104 qcf level 3: btec national credit value: 10 guided learning hours: 60 aim and purpose the aim of this unit is to develop learners’ knowledge of the role of the media in reporting information and how they are regulated.
On normal television channels 1-5 the news is on every few hours on bbc1 whereas on digital television eg sky news this is on for 24 hours a day giving updates in the news so the media can always update us to what is going on around the world by us being just sat down at home. Unit 24: current and media affairs in public services the aim of this unit is to develop learners’ knowledge of the role of the media in reporting information and how they are regulated learners will also understand how public services are portrayed in the media and develop skills in reviewing current affairs affecting public services. Current media affairs in public services thursday, 3 may 2012 pass 1, pass 2, merit 1 pass 1 the evidence gives the media more proof to their story and will help the media persuading the public to believe the story in this case study it is hard to have a side of the police officers to defend their case since the evidence is very.
Public affairs public affairs is a broad label that has been used for more than 40 years in higher education and the professions to describe an “eclectic” and “interdisciplinary” approach to the study of organizations and individuals that operate in what is considered the public interest and the social issues and problems with which they are faced. Obviously what was said was not acceptable and is discriminative and police brutality but what we need to look at is how the media put this across and what the public’s perception of the public services. Some people argue that if you choose to go into public life, you are deciding to give up your privacy in return for fame p3 all of you will be able to identify the methods used in the regulation and self-regulation of the media in the uk m3 the majority of you will be able to the media is regulated.
Current is an editorially independent, nonprofit service of the american university school of communication we're funded by your subscriptions, your donations, advertising, and a generous grant from the wyncote foundation. Do you really want to delete this prezi neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again delete cancel. 3 understand how the public services are portrayed in the media 4 be able to review current affairs affecting public services.
Changes in technology can affect the gathering and presentation of information in different types of media, and its ability to affect events as when the media let people know that the police who dealt with the stephen lawrence case were institutionalised racists, the members of the public became distressed and disgusted with them. Media empires these giant global media corporations mean the media moves towards deregulation and privatisation (move towards self-regulation) such changes during the 1980s led to increased opportunities for media companies to buy up other media assets-resulting in the growth of transnational media companies. Media can affect events as well as report them because if reporters get a hold on a story then they could get the guideline information about the story and then publish a newspaper article or a news report giving a biased opinion on the story or making information up which they are not sure is true. As an overall sum up of whether or not the media gives positive or negative images to change the perception of the public towards the public services is that it depends on what story or information the media gives about a story or an event.
Btec level 3 extended diploma public services unit 24: current and media affairs in public services assessment record sheet programme btec level 3 extended diploma in public services.