The article presents legislative changes to the Law on the Print Media, including the Media Act and the Misinformation Act. The features of the modern stage of communication and functioning of information in it and manipulation of it with the purpose of hostile influence on the conscientiousness of the communicators are characterized. The harmful effects of the hybrid information war have been pointed out. Separate opinions have been expressed on the provisions of the bills under discussion.
The mass media exposure of its readership to the burning problems of nowadays, internationally or a country-confined, has always been questioned for a degree of manipulation involved. For the British people, the Brexit vote and its largely overlooked complications have been the most urgent national problem for which there is no immediate solution in the foreseeable future. The British press coverage of Brexit is a crucial agent in shaping the public and an individual’s stand to the Brexit issues.
Modern domestic journalism tries to imitate the trends of the world’s mass media. This is an extremely positive phenomenon that testifies about globalization and progressiveness. The research is focused around the social network Instagram, which since its foundation has 96 gained great popularity among ordinary users as well as among journalists. The work of a modern journalist in social networks today is extremely necessary both for personal information and for popularizing his content among the audience.
In times of intense competition on the media, every editorial online media is constantly searching for the best selling method of its information product. Every editor of the online 82 media is think about the question: as soon as possible and best to deliver the publication to the audience and encourage them to read, but at the same time adapting to the needs of each reader. There are many tools for promoting media products on the Internet, and every year they improve and change, and appear new tools promotion media on the internet.
In Ukraine social networks began to spread actively in the last 10 years. From that time they have got new possibilities, functions, influence on the users. Social networks are not only used for the entertainment or communication between friends or colleges, but also a a source of information for modern journalists. However, they not always use them correct and honest. The information from social networks need to be checked very attentive, and from different sources.
Beginning in 2014, the occupied Crimea is undergoing change both in the political-legal sphere and in the information. The mass media are most affected by the harassment of the new government. The mass media was forced to immediately change the registration and start acting in the interests of the Kremlin. In the event of a refusal, the editions, radio stations and TV channels were closed, searched and seized of all the materials produced. Journalists were threatened and persecuted.
The paper identifies key interpretation of convergence; on the basis of their analysis are systematized and tendencies within the meaning of the term and its dynamics of social communication; cross-media understanding is proposed as the implementation process of media convergence trends. The author notes that the media industry is changing rapidly and facing the development and combination of different media formats.
The question of providing judicial and public control over the legality of the national proceedings. The problems of the judicial system in Ukraine and public control over the legality of providing email and other information by the judiciary and the media. The ways of solving them. The basic approaches, lines, components and tasks of social and judicial control. An analysis taking into account the public interest when making decisions.
Associate Professor, Department of Administrative and Information Law University “Lviv Polytechnic”, PhD., associate Professor. The article raises questions of improvement of legal support to the process of integration of ethnic media in the information space of the European Union. The features of the competence of the European Union in the fields of audiovisual policy, media policy and telecommunications policy, the development of European legislation in the information 221 depending on the improvement of information and communication technologies and media market.