Four pressures and six solutions to develop television in Vietnam in digital age
Abstract: Digital age is the time for modern technology such as artificial intelligence, big data, internet of things and cloud computing, etc. Modern technology brings about positive changes in all the fields of society, including journalism and communication, especially television. Television products are more diversifying, abundant and accessible but modern technology also creates the pressure, which requires wise plan and strategy to reach the audience and spread influence in the region.
Abstract: Since its birth in the second half of the 20th century, the Internet has been developing strongly in recent decades, providing a variety of services to meet the diverse needs of individuals, families, organizations, and countries. With the increasing use of the Internet and related services, people are empowered with more rights, especially freedom of expression, to overcome geographical distances and promote the spread of information. However, the disproportionate development, the inadequacy in regulations and unequal order in cyberspace are increasingly evident, creating a widening gap among countries and regions. In addition, a great number of activities in cyberspace have left serious consequences on society, posing a dilemma of cybersecurity for countries and the international community.
Abstract: In the context of contemporary higher education, competition among universities is becoming increasingly fierce. When the Ministry of Education and Training tends to increase autonomy for universities, enhancing communication activities helps higher education institutions improve their reputation and enrollment efficiency. However, in Vietnam, research on communication in education is still limited, especially in the field of higher education, while this one is quite rich and diverse in other countries. The article presents an overview of domestic and foreign research on the communication activities of universities, thereby providing new research directions to help guide communication activities for educational institutions in Vietnam in the future.
Abstract: Residency refers to citizens living in a place belonging to a commune-level administrative unit or a district-level administrative unit (in a place without commune-level one). The Residence Law 2020 better guarantees citizens' freedom of residence. It contributes to improving the efficiency of state management of security and order in the new situation, simplifying administrative procedures and citizenship papers related to residence registration and management, meeting the requirements of applying advanced science and technology in residence management, focusing on building and managing residence through the National Database on Population.