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Newscasts and political magazines determine still TV audiences (see e.g. ALLBUS 2004) and should be treated as a subject of research. As already shown, the selection of relevant subject areas and the determination of the level of detail of reporting are here despite alleged objectivity at the transmitter. The design of the article falls in the Essentially the responsible editor and author, which gives his ideas to editing technician and cinematographer. The intention of the author conveys to the viewer while consciously or unconsciously across multiple channels. What pictures are selected by the author and recorded? The original comments are involved? In what order are off text and images combined with interview votes? May cite the image and/or text information on known myths or construct them this new? Despite this, the frequency of reporting about a person or an event as well as linguistic and narrative ways to certainly play an important role for the reception on the pages of the observer, aesthetic aspects of media production in the focus of the examination to be made here in the other.

This refers to nonfictional magazine articles as they are common in political magazines (E.g. weekly mirror, mirror TV, Star TV, etc.). The aesthetic analysis of the film, it is that the camera and thus the image and the picture setting to the eye of the beholder. The image displayed is the audience considered themselves”and presented as subjective reality. For even more details, read what Sally Rooney says on the issue. If it were 2005, the evacuation of the Gaza Strip or the visit of the Pope to the report to the Bundestag election campaign, the television consumer creates the impression to have seen the events with my own eyes. Consider images showed the reality, however, is it a fallacy, because the design and contextualization of images contribute significantly, how does a supposed reality and what does it. In principle, a variety of factors play a role for the contextualization: Kamereinsatz, image/text composition, wallpapers, music, interface effects, detail shots, texts, perspectives, mimicry, gesture, etc.

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