Month: May 2021

Judge Vikramjit Sen as head of the Digital Media Content Regulatory Council

The Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) on Monday announced the appointment of former Supreme Court Justice Justice Vikramjit Sen as chair of its new self-regulatory body Digital Media Content Regulatory Council (DMCRC). In addition, six other prominent members of the industry…

IBF Announces Vikramjit Sen as Chairman of the Digital Media Content Regulatory Board, Marketing & Advertising News, AND BrandEquity

The Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF), soon to be renamed the Indian Broadcasting & Digital Foundation (IBDF), the supreme body of broadcasters and OTT operators, has announced the appointment of (retired) judge Vikramjit Sen as chairman , as well as six…

Markey-Matsui Bill Would Force Transparency Of Social Media Content Algorithm

Rep. Doris Matsui, D-Calif., Left, and Senator Ed Markey, D-Mass. Bill Clark | Call CQ | Getty Images; Countess Jemal | Getty Images A new federal bill seeks to demystify the way social media platforms determine which posts users see,…

CiTi Digital Media Technology Student Collaborates With Oswego Health Foundation – Oswego County Today

Emily Hamacher, digital media student at CiTI in Central Square, works on the “Wellbeing at Work” logo for the Oswego Health Foundation. MEXICO, NY – A student in the digital media technology class at the Center for Instruction, Technology &…

More connected? Additional devices do not diminish ‘troubling’ media literacy skills

What is media literacy for students? Media literacy is the ability to understand the validity and intent of a medium. The term can be applied to any form of media with which students interact. This includes images in lessons and…

Florida sued to ban social media content blocking | New policies

By BRENDAN FARRINGTON, Associated Press TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) – Two groups representing online companies sued Florida on Thursday over a new law that seeks to punish large social media companies like Facebook and Twitter if they remove content or ban…

Florida sued to ban social media content blocking

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) – Two groups representing online companies sued Florida on Thursday over new law which seeks to punish large social media companies like Facebook and Twitter if they remove content or ban politicians. Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis on…

Social media platforms can no longer receive special content rights

Yesterday, rules to limit the nature of content that social media platforms such as Facebook can allow came into effect. These rules, the rules on information technology (guidelines for intermediaries and code of ethics for the media), were notified by…

Assistant professor’s two NSF grants aim to better sort social media content and identify online trolls

Social media discussions, both healthy and unhealthy, fuel much of the public discourse and media coverage in our 21st century world. Some people use platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit to make positive connections, but others prefer to spread misinformation…

Lionsgate, Giant Pictures and More Join Whip Media’s New Content Rights Marketplace (Exclusive) TheWrap

Buying and selling rights to streaming content just got a whole lot smarter and easier. A new platform called Whip Media Exchange has been released in a beta that allows buyers and sellers to make better, data-driven decisions about licensing…