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PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING

THE NATURE AND SCTRUCTURE OF MEDIA “INSTITUTIONS” AFFECTS WHAT IS AND IS NOT MADE AVAILABLE TO THE AUDIENCE. One important distinction which can be made is between PUBLIC and PRIVATE. Aims, objectives and means of financing are quite dissimilar. Taking a look back on history, in Britain’s BBC (radio), was initially the British Broadcasting company (a private body) which became the British Broadcasting Corporation in 1927. With this, the BBC turned the most significant

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What is a software and what is a good software? A software is a program on a computer which contains information and data. A good software is the one that fulfils the needs and hasn’t got bugs. Software vs Hardware. Software: not touchable, variable and implemented in order to achieve goals. Hardware: invariable SOFTWARE ETHICS: *Confidentiality à Not telling the others because they can copy. *Competence à To know what you’re doing. *Intellectual property rights à not steal others

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THE SCRUM GUIDE

Framework for developing and sustaining complex adaptive problems, while productively and creatively delivering products of the highest possible value. Scrum is lightweight, simple to understand and difficult to master.

*THE SCRUM TEAM: Self-organizing teams choose how best to accomplish their work, rather than being directed by others outside the team. Is designed to optimize flexibility, creativity and productivity. It consists on:

- The product owner: ONEresponsible for maximising

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7.The consequences of the World War I.
7.1 Human and material loss
Germany suffered the highest number of casuaties. A lot of soldiers and civilians died in the WWI. There was much human loss than material loss (because of the stability of the fronts). The war was very expensive, and many countries borrowed money abroad (USA). European debt reached high levels.
 7.2 The Paris Peace Conference
The Paris Conference produced a series of treaties signed by the defeated countries :
Treaties of Versailles
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2.3. Opposition to the Tsar

The opposition to the Tsar was very fragmented. Every group had different demands according to their social class.


  • Mid Class. The mid class demand a liberal system or a democracy. The main party was the KD, also known as kadets (The initials for Constitutional Democrat party in Russian)

  • Peasants and small farmers. Peasants followed the Social Revolutionary Party, also know as Esers because of their initials, SR. Their main leader was Alexander Kerensky.

  • Workers. The followed,

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Company: It’s group of people, material and financial assets, organized in order to produce something or provide a service, in the aim to gain a benefit.

1.1TYPES OF COMPANY: Manufacturers:  materials in Products, Distributors, Retailers: Goods to consumer. FIRM ORGANIZATION: Formal: established by the direction of the company, prevent overlapping, Informal: It comes up from the common interests of the different groups legal structures: Sole trader self-employed, Partnership work as equals, Private

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