© Media Watch 9 (3) 411-417, 2018
ISSN 0976-0911 e-ISSN 2249-8818
Television in the Development of Information Society Culture in Kazakhstan
ULBOSSYN M. YESSENBEKOVA
L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan
The role of television in the development of information society culture in Kazakhstan has been examined in the article. The features of the functioning of private television in relation to the state have been analyzed. It has been determined that the comprehensive state policy in this area is an important factor in the successful implementation of the communicative and educational functions of television. The features of modern info-communication technologies affecting the formation of Kazakhstan information culture have been revealed in the study. It is understood that for the effective use of educational functions of television and the advantages of new communication technologies, modern infrastructure should be at a comparably high level. The article examines the problems of the functioning of Kazakhstan television in the context of new legislation regulating the information policy of the state.
Keywords: Television, media, information society, info-communication infrastructure, functions of television.
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Dr. Ulbossyn M. Yessenbekova is an associated professor in the Department of Teleradio and Public Relations at L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Republic of Kazakhstan. His research interest is scientific direction of media such as: trends in the development of modern mass communications, human in the information society.