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Zhihui Cheng This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.1 and Xiong Cheng2

1School of foreign languages of Hubei University of Technology, wuhan, China, 430068
2School of mechanical and electrical engineering, Wuhan City Polytechnic, wuhan, China, 430070


 

Received: May 19, 2022
Accepted: June 20, 2022
Publication Date: September 12, 2022

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ABSTRACT


Under the new situation of rapid popularization of new media information technology, the data of audio visual new media supervision is increasing day by day, so there is an urgent need to develop a more automated and intelligent audio-visual new media data processing system. In order to develop a special data processing system, the application of new technology and new technology management should be combined, so as to improve and perfect the supervision of data processing, to greatly improve the supervision ability, to safeguard the safety requirements of regulatory information and to promote the development of new audio-visual media supervision business. In this paper, according to the form of current regulatory business, the new data processing system of audio-visual new media which integrates data processing, reporting and storage was established, and the system architecture and functions of each module were described in detail. Audio-visual new media has become an important way for modern people to receive information, leisure and entertainment. Its appearance not only broke the boundaries between the original media, greatly expanded the autonomy and expression of netizens, but also challenged the traditional management system, and also played a role in promoting the reform of the media. The United States also has a balance problem between marketization and the management of the audiovisual new media industry. This dynamic balance is maintained through the coordination of different methods such as industrial management, enterprise operation, pressure groups, and industry association regulations. When the media industry as an interest group exerts its social influence, it is necessary to grasp the principle of "degree". In a relatively perfect market economy environment, how to determine the boundary of enterprise-level integration cannot be accurately grasped only by the enterprise itself. Therefore, in this respect, the market is not omnipotent, for which the intervention of government management becomes necessary.


Keywords: B/S architecture; database; system design


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