: 15-19
V’yacheslav Chornovil Galician College

Modern media not only (such as radio, newspapers, television or online journalism), but also the full range of media (e.g. theater, music, exhibitions, cinema, drama, opera, visual arts etc.) promote narrative – interpretive both the journalist and the audience the contexts of the realities referred to in the journalistic presentation. But with the introduction of holistic systems of ideologically united mass media, the narrative is no longer characterized by the temporality or length of interpretations. Contexts and narratives of mass media content no longer mask under assumptions or hypotheses a specific ideological, party, worldview position, which is far from thinking about the cognition of life, journalism, the work of a journalist. The once dualistic use of the context of the interpretive environment has turned into a non-constructivist model of pressure on the audience not through plots, but from fundamental ideological and ideological, and often direct, party proposals. It is proposed to consider the context as a basis for interaction and different media, which are not only united by common ideological narratives, but which have a certain center around which all the content is not loaded on the target audience. We have the effect of orbital mass media – within their content proposals there is an interaction of authors and audiences in order to distribute such content, which in the framework of informing about something or someone not so much improves media and audience interaction as an element of severe content pressure on the audience. Those journalistic broadcasts that are broadcast by these groups of media.

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