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Risk Management in TV Content Production

Student: Anna Dyachenko

Supervisor: Ilya Kiriya

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Integrated Communications (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2016

Keywords: risk management, television content, media, classification of risks, methods of risk management, the specific risks in the media. This paper presents the results of a study on the effectiveness of the use of existing approaches of risk management within the media market. The purpose of the master's thesis is to analyze the effectiveness of the risk management system in the production of television content as well as finding ways to improve it. In accordance with the order to put forward the following tasks, determine the internal structure of the work: to explore the theoretical aspects of risk management; examine the classification of risks, methods of evaluation and management techniques; understand the specifics and see the different ways of risk management in the production of television content; develop recommendations on risk management in the production of television content. The object of research is the specificity of the media industry. The subject of research is the system of risk management in the production of television content. Due to the fact that for us it is important to evaluate the impact of different organizational approaches to risk management, as well as specific actions to reduce risks impact on the ultimate success of the film. The method, which allows you to test how and why the process of deciding what, where and when will happen. case study method is widely used in the study of film and media products, since it sheds light on some specific aspects of the industry that the state of research to date, it would be difficult to study using quantitative approaches. Furthermore, in order to obtain a complete understanding of the topic different methods were used for generating data. In addition to in-depth study of an interview held in open sources, data collection was complemented by an analysis of secondary data from books and articles, specific to the filmmakers and productions.

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