Denotation

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Summary:| Media Development in Africa (MEDEVA) TV and Radio Production Course Every year, Media Development in Africa (MEDEVA) – East Africa’s leading independent production house - runs a TV and Radio production course that is free and open to the public. After 4 weeks of intensive training, selected trainees may be employed to work full time/ part time on the next MEDEVA production. | Description:| |

Requirements:| Training:• Send your CV (Maximum 3 pages) with an application letter (1 page) • Brief outline of maximum three original ideas that you would like to develop into TV and Radio programmes.(Maximum 100 words each) • Applicants must be between the ages of 18 – 30 years Interested candidates should apply via email training@medevatv.orgYou can also hand deliver your application in our offices located at The Go Down Arts Centre, Dunga Road, Industrial Area, Nairobi.Applicants do not need prior media experience but they should possess a passion for Kenya’s  socio-economic and political issues.Closing date is 25th March, 2013Only short listed applicants will be contacted|

Job ID:| 73212|
Date Posted:| 15 March 2013|
Closing Date:| 25 March 2013
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Denotation: The term refers to the relationship between the signifier and its signified. Denotation is routinely treated as the definitional, 'literal', 'obvious' or 'common sense' meaning of a sign, but semioticians tend to treat it as a signified about which there is a relatively broad consensus. For Barthes, a denotative sign existed within what he called the first order of signification. In this framework connotation is a further sign (or signs) deriving from the signifier of a denotative sign. However, no clear distinction can be made between denotation and connotation. connotations and denotations of ojects in the film

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