Negm also made clear that the ministry proceeded to restructure this sector to raise the efficiency of the public media organs and make them more competitive, create an attractive environment for investment in the field of audio and visual media, resettle the Saudi private media in the kingdom, and to establish private media in line with the values and customs of the Saudi society.
What does VM stand for?
VM stands for Visual Media
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While stressing the authority is "not a legal one", Al Haza told Gulf News it would serve as "an authority to regulate and supervise the audio and visual media outlets operating from inside the Saudi Arabia, and issue the licences to radio and television stations to operate from the kingdom and offer them the necessary facilities".
com)-- Michael Hinshaw, President of customer experience consultancy MCorp, is presenting a special session at Visual Media 011 for executives, entrepreneurs and creative and marketing professionals interested in better understanding the rapidly increasing "intelligence" of customers, and the disruptive, innovative technologies driving these changes.
The overpowering nature of the audiovisual and visual media also means that almost any film, television show, or computer game can attract a vast audience, and become the focus of a cult-like attraction for its fans.
Paradoxically, visual media success has so diluted this aspect as to make it invisible to the masses who flock to big special-effects movies.
The title of his dissertation, The Integration of the Visual Media Via "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids,' in the Elementary School Curriculum as a Teaching Aid and Vehicle to Increased Learning, suggests something about the rigor of that academic program.