Tag: media & communication

The German Press Council

The German Press Council is excuses instead of sanctioning of infringements in the critique, not seriously perceive his duty to eliminate abuses in the German press. Randall Rothenberg often says this. Especially when tobacco advertising is already banned in German print media since 2006, seems the Press Council to lack any objectivity. In the case of a complaint about a blatant breach of the Suddeutsche Zeitung against the press code, guidelines section 7.2 “Surreptitious” and section 11.6 “drugs”, the German Press Council the criticism with some hanebuchenen arguments would off. Thereby he even denies that there is tobacco advertising, but tries only this violation of press code and to play down the tobacco law. The complaint is aimed in particular against a great AP photo on the front page to an article about the war in Afghanistan. On a pack of cigarettes and snuff as well as other Smokables are pictured, clearly a sign that says “Chancellor a.D.

Helmut Schmidt”. The Press Council rejects the appeal with the lapidary statement, “that the documentation purpose of the image in the specific case clearly superimposed clearly the very low according to our advertising effect for the pictured products”. The German Press Council even more generously than it allows German law interprets its own rules. Even German courts, which already had to deal with illegal tobacco advertising in print media, have decided that the advertising ban includes not only any figure of tobacco products, but even image advertising for the tobacco industry. The Press Council continues, “also a trivialisation of drugs we could not see. The image and the supplied text documents only, that Helmut Schmidt also in old age as it is different to consume tobacco products.” The Press Council remains guilty but no explanation, in which context this “documentation” with the conflict in Afghanistan is the reporting revolves around the. Probably noticed it is talking about a war, international terrorists, and Attacks, which bring people to life.

Online Trading

The marketing department at the Lotex Germany, is responsible for sending attacks on the online presences of our House and has a direct contact to the management. This has shifted its work in the official fight against the mounting and partly nonsensical warnings since May 2008. Michael J. Bender follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. The marketing department opposes, given the mostly similar content, the standard warnings, mostly with standardized responses. A strategy, which is unusual, but effective. Contrarians pal of letter on received cease and desist letters and stores this response A first keeping \”.

Staff in marketing have apparently eagerly need to underpin these files with press releases. Clear file processing at the Press Office already input of a warning since the 05.05.2008. Attention any new warning since this day meticulously in runs the watchdog list and to the users of search engines in this way of the money machine\”. Especially with the warning, the us at the 02.01.2009 by the partnership of Lawyers Baker & McKenzie from Frankfurt Main arrived, the staff were very suspicious. On the question whether the tenant of the admonition from lawyer, the company of Corbis, were already known and identical in the crosshairs of sending cease and desist letters to stand, marketing replied: \”search Corbis warning there are currently 739 search terms therefore 18 pages of Google.\” We can compel a lawyer not to school for use of IT and tell him: when a search engine 739 times calling under the concept of warning and enter of your name and you move into the Internet, you should pay attention to this or that. There is an outcry with the tenor: so a popliger online retailer wants to prescribe us lawyers what we have to leave or to be observed? The only thing we can do is send a note to the lawyer admonition from and to point out possible weaknesses, the lawyer or the client make it clear what risks he enters in the long term if necessary.

The Internet

(Are they today do not). The print service provider had to have for all possible cases of fonts that are matching cuts licensed to serve its customers. In some design programs, which primarily were able to create EPS files, it was possible to convert the fonts to paths and thus make a graphic from the font data. That was a great way to minimize the difficulty of the written disclosure. Due through post-script roots encounters EPS unfortunately quickly elsewhere at its borders what disqualifies it as a distribution format.

To do this, but elsewhere more. Solution: Came with the development of the PDF format, which became the ISO standard, a process which greatly simplified using pressure data for the printing service provider. Why is this so? When you create a PDF, a single, closed file summarizes all data associated with the document. This is usually not editable. (There are exceptions however). There are no packages with individual files and it is to keep unnecessary many different programs for further processing. Everything it is required to reliably pass reader an authoring program such as Adobe Acrobat and a reader program such as Adobe to print data for example for large-format printing worldwide in all languages and all computer systems.

Now is built, in most of the Office – and DTP applications even a mechanism for the native PDF export so that the “big solution” is no longer everywhere needed Adobe Acrobat. Conclusion: No longer issues due to lack of completeness of the data as a rather poorly formatted print data. Non-embedded fonts are still a problem. Most tools support this feature but from House and remove the work to the creator. The Internet as a self-service shop for graphics is tempting for many. The lack of knowledge regarding color spaces and image resolutions for many users but provides the print service provider before large Challenges having to fight well while that very often with low resolution image data on the screen work for the pressure are however completely unsuitable. But that is a different matter, because in principle the PDF format for each service provider in the media industry is a blessing. Andreas John