Power, in various forms, has been a constant that has unified and combined diverse methodologies and ideals in terms of how media is approached and treated. The relationship between of the production of media and the audience can potentially dictate the operations of media organisations and government activities and regulations, in that the structure of global media networks are directly affected. The relationship between economics and culture generates interest as an area of study, in that the role of creative industries is contemporary, and nearly any form of information could be considered a valuable media source, which is dictated by the audience.