what is media philosophy
By Henryk Szubinski
the basics of the future technology of economical cover stories of NEWS on EARTH
many suppose that the enteranbce into MEDIA TECHNOLOGY would be inclusive of the dangers of IDEOlogical interactions as based on the 1/2 of the story and its abuse
I THINK NOT
the philosophy of Paul Brunton and the formats of MEDIATATION are not ideologically based and can be used without the half way uncertainty
ON THE BRANCHEINGS OF PAUL BRUNTON as TOTAL WORLDS OF USAGE OF HIS SYSTEM BY INTERPRETATIONAL PHILOSOPHIES as relates to
“but will also support those living normal, active lives in the Western world.”
in relations to EASTENERS and their approach methods to EOUROPEAN JOURNALISTS IN THEIR OWN LANDS AS
being the problem of Journalisms start
ON THE BRANCHEINGS OF PAUL BRUNTON as TOTAL WORLDS OF ancient civilisations by non usage &/or usage of their ways to show gratitude as
by way of
USAGE OF HIS / THEIR SYSTEM BY INTERPRETATIONAL ANCIENT METHODS as relates to
how to have ancient methods of repporting in the MODERN WORLD
.would take a lot of BRUNTON METHODS and knowledge but also the basics on his methos to continue accepting this for the growth of ones own developements such as signing up to a newspaper
Associated Newspapers Sign Up to Newspaper Society’s AdFast System
05 May 2005
Daily Mail publisher Associated Newspapers has become the second national newspaper group to sign up to the Newspaper Society’s internet-based artwork delivery system AdFast.
This enables their advertising clients to send artwork securely and free of charge to the group¹s newspaper titles – the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Evening Standard and the Metro free newspaper, which have combined sales and distribution of over 21.4 million copies weekly.
The first national newspaper to join AdFast was the Financial Times last summer.
Kevin Beatty, Associated Newspapers’ (ANL) group managing director said that the move demonstrated Associated’s commitment to providing the best possible levels of customer service for its advertisers. This will enable the business to grow its market share and revenues by making it easier for smaller advertisers to do business with ANL. The AdFast solution complements ANL’s existing suite of delivery options.
Rob Fogwill, AdFast general manager added: “We are delighted to welcome the Associated Newspapers titles to AdFast. I am hopeful that other National titles will soon follow this lead. It has always been our hope that AdFast will become a portal through which files can be sent to all UK newspaper titles, and this is a major step forward towards this goal.”
a comparative analisis from Paul Brunton through the 1900 s and into the future:WHO DEVELOPED THE CONCEPT PERSONALITY KNOWN AS THE OVERSELF a type 1,2,3 QUEST figure in fictional works which is a type of philosopher in the mind of MEDIA developements and the STORY LINES as being between fiction and fact as well as scifi fact or scifi reality
Paul Brunton (October 21, 1898 – July 27, 1981) was probably born as Hermann Hirsch of German Jewish origin. Later he changed his name to Raphael Hurst, and then Brunton Paul and finally Paul Brunton. He was a British philosopher, mystic, traveler, and guru. He left a journalistic career to live among yogis, mystics, and holy men, and studied Eastern and Western esoteric teachings. Dedicating his life to an inward and spiritual quest, Brunton felt charged to communicate his experiences about what he learnt in the East to others. His works had a major influence on the spread of Eastern yoga and mysticism to the West. Taking pains to express his thoughts in layperson’s terms, Brunton was able to present what he learnt from the Orient and from ancient tradition as a living wisdom. His writings express his view that meditation and the inward quest are not exclusively for monks and hermits, but will also support those living normal, active lives in the Western world.
sounds like a invitation for foreign Journalists to cover stories in Eourope but could also be a SELF INVITED gesture for Eouropean Journalists who make repporting cover stories in the EAST.
.basically the back and forth motions of MEDIA as MEDIATION
If Brunton was able to infuence is repute in INDA and the Estern world he travelled in is possible: the spread of foreign Journalism at its beginning although modest as had problems with forst person accounts of Journalists themselves as being the topic of discussions much like the TOWNS in which ROUMOURS are the rule: a lot speaks for this due to the knowledge BRUNTON wrote about such relations
The problem is basically to define them all so that MEDIA reaches a steady level where Journalists are not made to be part of the types of cultural roumours and in place, eventhough this was a forst of its kind, the barrier had to go somewhere between thoose lands making alterations to steady the law of JOURNALISTS not making personal djudgements by being personally djudged due to no personal djudgement law between them.
a lot of Bruntons work is about this type of CREDABILITY by HONEST perseverance to get the end resultance as a unified world where the stories of the day are not related to missunderstandings of what constitutes a involvement with ancient cultures without seeming end or start of their ways to accept or tolerate foreign interests of the most basic type; INTEREST FOR SAKE OF JOURNALISM and NOT PERSONAL REWARDS of the places that have no other PAYMENT PRICE THAN THE related taking part in the ancient traditions as a way to show gratitude towards JOURNALISTS in foreign and unknown traditions at the time being the early 1900 s. So how does this alter, well it has to alter, the EARLY JOURNALISTS as MOGULS would define them as being GURUS of a higher law of media as knowledge which by their standars alone would seem inclusive of the gradations in their own TRADITIONS and not as a repportive documantation
A LOT OF THIS TYPE OF NON MEANT DISCRIMINATION has been ongoing in the relations of MEDIA in general and is used as the type of category under which ANCIENT PROBLEMS ARE explained away as in no way descriptive of their own problems because there is no previous history of the MEDIA IN A INTERNATIONAL represntative format where the ENSUANCIES are based on relaisations that they would have to be making excuses to their more developed counterparts;
This does not make JOURNALISTIC sense that other countries should be making excuses for JOURNALISTS from forein related types of old and categorised dates: IT WOULD IMPLY A TYPE OF related problem and this problem being that the total systems of the ANCIENT EAST cannot envelop the total just to make excuses for data that has been missread or missinterpreted
BRUNTON Could not possibly have travelled back to the places he visited at the age of 80 and tell everyone involved that their repports of him in the years following his own death , that it should be non included in their own descriptives
THE WAY WAS basically to give a sense of INSINUATION to similar thoughts as to what defines their own story as related to THEM GIVING THE BEST STORY OF BRUNTON and to relate it in TRUTH as to the content of a NEWS STORY without HIM seeming to be OVER HIMSELF.
BRUNTON SHOWS us how to avoid this,
basically so that journalists at the front edge of NEWS STORIES are not effected by the type of environements of the DEVELOPEMENTS of alternate cultures and the basis of working on without the stress of a otherwise unbalanced way which is used by Paul Brunton as the ants long or short path to the types of MEDITATION that exists everywhere in the MODERN WORLD:
basically PUL BRUNTON DIVIDED MEDIA RESEARCH FROM EOUROPE INTO 3 sections
MEDITATION: basis of all of the knowledge of the outer world as concise study of all the basic systems of thought into GURU
MEDIATION: the basis that defines the intervals between thoughts as his invention of meditation: as the PHILOSOPHY of MEDIA
MEDITATIONS: OR MEDIA
as the active motivations of RIGHT AND WRONG as between the 2 previous laws as in MEDIA AS
MOGULS that are sucessfull on the basis of making the 1/2 decimal value as close as possible to the real STORY you see everyday in the NEWS ,read in the newspapers..
A guru (Sanskrit: गुरु) (Gurmukhi: ਗੁਰੂ) is one who is regarded as having great knowledge, wisdom and authority in a certain area, and who uses it to guide others (teacher). Other forms of manifestation of this principle also include parents, school teachers, non-human objects (books) and even one’s own intellectual discipline.
In the religious sense the term is commonly used in Hinduism, as well as in other Indian religions and new religious movements. Finding a true guru is often held to be a prerequisite for attaining self-realization. In contemporary India, the word “guru” is widely used with the general meaning of “teacher”. In Western usage, the meaning of guru has been extended to cover anyone who acquires followers, though not necessarily in an established school of philosophy or religion. In a further Western extension, guru is used, or even misused from the original religious meaning, to refer to a person who has authority because of his or her perceived secular knowledge or skills, such as in business.
as regards the missing MEDIA BROADCAST data on the Earths total as the HOLE IN WHICH ECONOMICAL PROBLEMS ARE DEVELOPED
a hole in the economy can only mean that the payment formats of the future of newsprint is digitally made by cards in LCD formats so that the value of usage covers the story where the conomical problems are located.
can be located by the OVERSELF THEORY and altered into the international media community
as IN ANY types of START levels for JOURNALISM being introduced early on and with uncertainties
the : FALL TYPES of NEWS SUSTAINEMENT FLOORS the only real basis of a BASE TO ALL NEWS RELATED ARTICLES =the OVER EFFECT as a SURFACE level without the IRREGULARITIES of EARTH
the basic flat and neutral surface of the future newspapers
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The report is based on a questionnaire sent to partner organizations of Reporters Without Borders (14 freedom of expression groups in five continents) and its 130 correspondents around the world, as well as to journalists, researchers, jurists and human rights activists.
The survey asks questions about direct attacks on journalists and the media as well as other indirect sources of pressure against the free press. RWB is careful to note that the index only deals with press freedom, and does not measure the quality of journalism. Due to the nature of the survey’s methodology based on individual perceptions, there are often wide contrasts in a country’s ranking from year to year.