AIOU Broadcast Media 8621-1 Solved Assignment Autumn 2022

AIOU Course Code 8621-1 Solved Assignment Autumn 2022

Course: Broadcast Media (8621)  Semester: Autumn,2022

Level: B.Ed. (1.5)                                                                         

ASSIGNMENT No. 1

 

Q. No. 1

Explain the role of television in promoting distance education.     

Introduction

As the world becomes increasingly connected, the role of television in promoting distance education is more important than ever. Television provides a powerful medium for reaching large audiences with educational content, and can be a valuable tool for promoting distance education programs. While traditional educational television programs have been successful in reaching large numbers of people, the use of new media technologies is providing new opportunities for distance education providers to reach even more people with their programs. By using new media technologies, such as streaming video and social media, distance education providers can reach larger audiences with their programs and promote their courses to a wider range of potential students.

History of Television and Distance Education

Television has played a major role in promoting distance education. It provides a powerful and immediate way to reach large numbers of people with educational content. Television can be used to deliver lectures, demonstrations, and other course content to students who are not able to physically attend class. It can also be used to connect students in remote locations with each other and with their instructors.

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Q. No. 2

Describe the developing and administering of broadcast media.

The broadcast media landscape is constantly evolving. From the early days of radio to the modern era of streaming, the ways in which we consume broadcast media have changed drastically. And as technology continues to advance, so too will the ways in which we receive and interact with broadcast media. But what exactly goes into developing and administering broadcast media? we’ll explore that question in depth, looking at everything from content creation to distribution methods. So whether you’re a budding broadcaster or just curious about the process, read on for a behind-the-scenes look at broadcast media development and administration.

The Role of Broadcast Media

Broadcast media plays a vital role in the developing and administering of a country’s communication infrastructure. It is responsible for disseminating information to the masses and providing a channel for public debate and discussion. Broadcast media also has an important role to play in emergency situations, such as alerts during natural disasters.

The Development of Broadcast Media

With the development of new technologies, broadcast media has become more accessible and affordable for businesses and individuals. There are a number of different ways to develop and administer broadcast media, including:

-Creating content: This includes writing, producing, or otherwise creating original content for your broadcasts.

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Q. No. 3

Explain the objectives of the establishment of Allama Iqbal Open University. To what it has succeeded in achieving them?

Introduction to Allama Iqbal Open University

Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) is a public research university located in Islamabad, Pakistan. The university was established in 1974 by the Government of Pakistan with a mission to provide accessible, affordable and quality education to all segments of society. AIOU is the world’s second largest university by enrollment with over 1.9 million students enrolled in its various programs.

The objectives of AIOU are to provide educational opportunities to those who have been unable to avail them due to financial constraints or other reasons; to promote distance learning and flexible teaching methods; and to contribute to the development of an educated and enlightened society.

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Q. No. 4

Critically examine the role of British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in imparting education.

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is a public service broadcaster, founded in 1922. It is the world’s oldest national broadcaster and the largest in the United Kingdom. The BBC is a quasi-autonomous corporation operated by the Royal Charter, which states that the BBC must “provide impartial public service broadcasting in the UK”. The BBC provides television, radio, and online services in the United Kingdom and internationally. Its objective is to inform, educate, and entertain. It has been argued that the BBC provides a “public service” by imparting education through its programming and content. This paper will critically examine this claim by looking at three specific educational programs offered by the BBC: Bitesize, Comic Relief, and Doctor Who.

The role of BBC in imparting education

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is a world-renowned public service broadcaster that provides a wide range of educational programming and resources. For nearly a century, the BBC has been at the forefront of educational television, producing groundbreaking series and documentaries that have informed and entertained generations of viewers.

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Q. No. 5

How far India has been successful in the promotion of education through radio. Explain with examples.

Introduction

In India, the radio has been used as a tool for the promotion of education since the 1960s. The first educational radio programme was broadcast by All India Radio (AIR) in 1960. The main objective of these programmes was to provide basic literacy and numeracy skills to adults who were not able to attend formal school. Since then, the use of radio for educational purposes has grown significantly. In the last five years alone, AIR has broadcast more than 10,000 hours of educational programming. This has reached an estimated audience of over 500 million people. There are a number of reasons why radio is an effective medium for the promotion of education. Radio is easily accessible and can reach remote areas where other forms of communication are not available. It is also a relatively cheap form of media. Despite its many advantages, there are still some challenges associated with the use of radio for educational purposes in India. For example, due to the vast size of the country, it can be difficult to target specific geographical areas with educational programmes. Additionally, there are a limited number of radio channels available in India, which can make it difficult to reach a wide audience. Despite these challenges, radio remains a popular and effective tool for the promotion

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