Mass media serves as a source of information,
education, entertainment, and consumerism, and
it is likely to influence the viewer, listener, and
reader, among others, through these functions.
The media has a significant impact
on our society. It has the potential
to be beneficial or extremely
Mass media, whether written, spoken, or broadcast,
has a significant impact on the general public.
It includes television, radio, newspapers,
magazines, books, advertisements, films,
recorded music, billboards, mobile phones,
the internet, and social media platforms.
The ability of mass media to saturate communities
with repetitive advertising (brand familiarity)
enhances and establishes one's product and
Many scientific studies show that a person
must see or hear about a product nine times
before they are inclined to use it or its services.
Repeating one's services or products teaches
customers about the existence of the product
(brand awareness), and repeated commercials
have the ability to embed information into the
When you or your product becomes something
they require, you or your brand are the first
thing that comes to mind.
When they buy your product and it is exactly
what you advertised, you have established your
The media has become an essential component
of our society. It has the ability to influence
people through products, moods, attitudes, and
a sense of what is important and required.
Depending on the people and mediums used,
mass media can be a driving force in the
credibility of products, as well as actors, singers,
and social elites becoming the concept of
celebrity or stars.
The media influences, reflects, and creates
culture. It is a powerful force with the ability
to attract a larger audience, spark debate...
giving rise to controversial issues, and instill
fear and/or respect. The media can be extremely
powerful and intense. It has the ability to sway
public opinion and behavior.
In today's culture, whether written, broadcast,
or spoken... mass media has become an integral
part of our daily lives.
Billions of people worldwide
have easy access to television,
radio, the Internet, movies, and
The term "mass media" refers to media technologies
that are used to disseminate information to a wide
audience. The primary function of mass media is
to convey various messages via television, films,
advertising, radio, the internet, magazines, and
A sizable portion of the population spends a
significant amount of time watching television,
listening to the radio, reading newspapers and
magazines, or engaging in other forms of
For decades, the living room has been the devil's
playground for reaching out to the unsuspecting
masses and broadcasting programming! It's where
most people spend their days, leisurely and
submissively sitting in front of the dominant
force of television, channel surfing, tuning in
and out of programs, and watching advertisements.
The average person watches television for
4 hours and 38 minutes per day.
*To broadcast is to disperse, sow, cast, or send out
something, causing it to be known over a large area
or by a large number of people.
The media is more than just a source of information
and knowledge about what is going on in the world.
Television's global reach has the potential to have
an impact on people's lives, both positively and
External forces can influence a
person's thoughts and actions.
Mind control is just as relevant today as it was in
the 1950s, when it was referred to as brainwashing.
Manipulation, brainwashing, coercive persuasion
and control, changing people's beliefs and behaviors,
malignant use of group dynamics, and many other
terms are used to describe mind control and Satanism.
means to set, schedule or regulate.