Ppt on media revolution entertainment

Through the Historical looking glass cultural representations & Social processes Soc3029: Media, Crime & Justice.

Early Modern News Oral tradition dominated the past https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UkXf9kckuk 1450 – Western Europe print revolution Early crime literature emerged Tudor to Victorian England Modern vs. Traditional Popular heroes & villians Public spectacles & moral / rather that on general trends or policy issues Radio Dominated as the 1920s/40s home entertainment and information medium Pure audio media Delivering information in a linear fashion akin to print while evoking mental images and emotions /


Final Review Semester 2 Hee hee that rhymes. Age of Progress I American, French, and Industrial Revolutions, Darwin.

property, destroyed monasteries, and declared the Church under French control French Revolution The De-Christianization of France also included an attempt to replace Christian/Graham gained a push from the media, which gave him much free publicityGraham gained a push from the media, which gave him much free / friendliness, and entertainment centered servicesMega churches are often criticized as McChurches for their easy gospel, loose theology, seeker friendliness, and entertainment centered services They/


September 30, 2010 SONY PICTURES ENTERTAINMENT MID-RANGE PLAN Draft as of 23 Sept 2010.

of Slate Family Films Risk & Success Rates Talent Previously Today Heavily dependent on a single franchise: Spider-Man Dependent on Revolution to fill out slate Limited presence in family and animated films Made sizable bets on films with unknown talent 31% of /Financial Summary Closing Q & A 5 INDUSTRY TRENDS AND COMPETITORS In the next five years, digital access to all forms of entertainment and media will accelerate (1) ScreenDigest 2010. (2) Strategy Analytics 03.10, SEL. (3) Parks Associates 08.10. WW/


Gerald Businge Ateenyi Tel.0751627676/0772627676 Presented to the Parliamentary Forum on Media December.

a wide spectrum of media. Not Everything in the media is or has to be journalistic The role of the media: inform, educate, entertain Act as a forum for public debate, offer a voice, etc New Media New Media are interactive digital forms/of-service attackspenetrating cyber- attacks Government threats to block & monitor social media Gerald Businge.......Protecting New Media Rights & Space 20 What does this all mean? The new media revolution tells us clearly that society is no longer dominated by government or /


The History of American Media Chapter 1: Looking Back.

First Amendment guaranteed the freedom of the press. The Birth of a Nation After the Revolution, the nation grew rapidly, and so did the newspaper industry. The first student newspaper,/television. The Advent of Radio Radio still occupies an important place in the media Most stations still play music mixed with news, and millions of Americans /role of the journalist is to entertain, but that the exclusive aim of the jocks and hosts. They’re not journalists, they’re entertainers. The Impact of Television The/


Media Change and Civic Activism: From the Cultural Revolution to the Internet Guobin Yang July 11, 2013 East-West Center.

-evolution of internet and civil society (Yang 2003) Multi-interactionism (Yang 2009) II. Media change from CR to reform: Mass Media CR period Was there culture in the Cultural Revolution? Limited “culture industry” Books published in China, 1966 -1970 Elementary and middle school /bianjibu). 256 Red Guard papers in Shanghai, according to a survey conducted in July 1967 (Jin Dalu, p. 3). Entertainment fiction and underground culture Breakup My Friend: What’s wrong with today? Today I look just as “proud” as /


Goals for this PowerPoint presentation: 1. Extract and amplify key concepts from chapters 7-10 in the textbook ; 2. Integrate with current news media;

and finance – globalization, based on ‘technology in relationships’. Popular news media stories in April 2014 : 1. A new avian flu outbreak is /for the purpose of global relations? “The economic success of the U.S. entertainment industry has also helped reinforce the idea of an emerging global culture based on / on fair wages and more environmental sensitivity in production processes. Green Revolution Meteoric rise in agricultural production Human development leaped when agricultural surplus allowed/


US History Units: 1. Before America 2. Early America 3. Revolution 4. Learning to be America + Foreign Policy 5. Slavery and economic growth 6. Civil War.

of John Adams First son of a president to be elected Did not enjoy entertaining or crowds Elected by house of representatives Andrew Jackson 7 th president Gave parties / reparations http://history.howstuffworks.com/search.php?terms=Worl d+War+I&gallery=1&media=video World War I The war brought about change in America. For example,/ capitalist social order in the United States; the First Red Scare was about worker revolution and political radicalism. The Second Red Scare was focused on (national and foreign) /


The Web 2.0 Environment and Social Networks. Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall 1.Understand the Web 2.0 revolution,

Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall 1.Understand the Web 2.0 revolution, social and business networks, and industry and market disruptors. 2.Understand the concept, structure, types/ Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall RISKS AND LIMITATIONS WHEN INTERFACING WITH SOCIAL NETWORKS JUSTIFYING SOCIAL MEDIA AND NETWORKING 9-32 Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall ENTERTAINMENT AND SOCIAL NETWORKS – Mixi – Last.fm – Pandora – eFans 9-33 Copyright /


Linkage Institutions: Interest Groups, Political Parties, and Mass Media Unit 4 1.

to act or vote "the right way" on issues 34 THE GROWTH OF PACs The 1970s brought a near revolution in the role and influence of PACs, as the result of post Watergate reforms, increasing the number of PACs / interviewing citizens, presenting poll results, and covering protests 83 PRIMARY FUNCTIONS OF THE MEDIA 1)Entertainment – Most Americans turn to the media for entertainment. But even in its entertainment function, the media also affect politics. – 2008 campaign, Tina Fey’s portrayal of Republican VP/


New media and choice LI/LO: to evaluate how new media has influenced the way in which the media affects society. Prepare notes to answer a 33 mark question.

cultural life. The Internet is actually dominated by a small number of media corporations. Over three-quarters of the 31 most visited news and entertainment websites are affiliated with the largest media corporations, according to Curran (2003). Hill and Hughes (1997) / The poor are excluded from the super-information highway because they lack the material resources to plug into this new media revolution, i.e. there is a digital divide who cannot afford to keep up with the middle class technological elite. /


Mass-media in marketing communications: analysis, strategy and planning.

, Blue Ray, iTunes, Podcasting, Blog, RSS, Flickr, YouTube, Wikipedia, FaceBook….. develop digi media pic pic convergece MASS MEDIA & MARCOM PROGRAMES : PROS & CONS TV Television is a medium of entertainment which permits millions of people to listen to the same joke at the same time, and yet/ channels Broadcasters, public and commerical Digital TV Internet TV Films, Soaps, Series.... Satelite TV Preview, Postview DVD A Revolution You choose what you want to see, and when ! TV 2.0 A shift from TV to My TV/


Media Reform Policy change begins with you! "The problem we face with a hyper-commercial, profit-obsessed media system is that it does a lousy job of producing.

, Stoneham, Waltham, Watertown, Wayland, Precinct 2 Suffolk County: Revere, Winthrop “The communications revolution has the potential to change our society. Unless we continue to revere localism and diversity we risk encouraging a new /of Northern California with consistently high-quality, noncommercial media that inform, educate and entertain. Through the creation and acquisition of programs, the leveraging of our multiple media assets, and strategic partnerships, KQED delivers television, /


INNOVATION TRENDS SERIE WEARABLES REVOLUTION TRENDS MOBILE: NOW YOU WEAR IT 01 Much more than just work gadgets 03 Wearable devices in banking 04 INFOGRAPHIC.

in the use of wearables.the use of wearables Wearables are a (r)revolution of the mobile trend that has in recent years has seeped into practically all/them and their habits in specific activities, such as sports, games, consumption of entertainment... And it is the millennials who are the targets of this type of /these kinds of devices. INNOVATION TRENDS SERIE · FEBRAURY 2015 · www.centrodeinnovacionbbva.com/en Media and leisure: These devices offer a more immersive and fun experience in leisure activities. /


RON SCOTT Speaker Media Producer/Host Activist Transformationalist.

Roots: Female Activists Who Changed America Cultural analysis Hip Hop: Hype, Hustle, or Revolution? An Analysis of Critical Trends in Hip Hop Singing the Revolution: A History of Progressive and Revolutionary Musicians and Spoken Word Artists Pass the Plate:/task forces in urban areas. Brought media attention to the abuse of homeless individuals in downtown Detroit, leading to the disbanding of the “Men in Black” private security detail for the Greektown entertainment district. Activism for Impact…Ron Scott/


Digital media is transforming how we access news and entertainment.

Digital Publications Digital Photography Digital Audio Digital Video Digital Graphics Interactive Media Digital media is transforming how we access news and entertainment. Concepts > Digital Media Digital Publications … include eBooks, electronic magazines, online newspapers, blogs/> Digital Media > Interactive Media > Virtual Reality Augmented Reality Augmented reality displays computer-generated information over objects viewed in real time and space. One of the benefits of the information revolution is the/


Violence in the Media Mike Consalvi. The Birth of Violence in Mass Media.

Joseph Goebbels “We (Nazi party)… intend a principled transformation in the worldview of our entire society, a revolution of the greatest possible extent that will leave nothing out, changing the life of our nation in every /local and nationwide news Sports, weather, business, & entertainment Publications; magazines – Family, divorce, technology 1980s 80s TV Theme Family-oriented subjects ↓ Aggressive/Powerful Programs Sensationalism is what mass media used to over-emphasize or exaggerate a story or subject/


Social Media and Society Sustainable Development, CEMUS Patrick Prax 1.

mB8 35 36 Political Change The “Twitter Revolutions” of the “Arab Spring”? Media as a tool for free speech, democracy, freedom… Or what? The role is often overestimated. The media itself is neutral at best and can/control information and entertainment Totally violated in this presentation Important factor in international trade agreements Digital rights management SOPA, PIPA, ect. The Media’s Influence Media Content Media Effects Social Results The Media’s Influence Media Content Media Effects Social Results/


Full Media and Pan-Education Shiyong Zhang Fudan University,Shanghai,China August 28, 2003 APAN 2003,BUSAN NiEC, FUDAN, Aug.28,2003.

Consumption Create Edit Convert INTEGRATIONINTEGRATION …… Streaming Media Service Platform Game Service Platform Management Analysis Index Accounting Management Uniformed User Management Uniformed User Authentication Payment Management Entertainment VOD Network Music TV On Demand EPG/FUDAN, Aug.28,2003 Business E-Learning: The driving engine to Pan-education  Five educational technology revolution in human history: – spoken language(35Million, B.C.) Information exchanged between people – Writing technology(/


Media for Communication Artists Evans & Thomas, Chapter 7 Melanie Yanney, Week 9.

across all types of browsers, screen resolutions, and platforms like mobile devices 22 Pages 233-235 The Right Media Choices New Media  Targets a youthful demographic  Takes a grassroots approach to marketing  Provides source for entertainment and information  Facilitates e-commerce Traditional Media  Newspapers and broadcast media reach a wide range of people  Magazines and books narrowcast specialized information to smaller audiences 23 “The best/


Chapter 11: The Media and Cyberpolitics Objectives: – Identify the major functions performed by the mass media in our society, including entertainment,

functions performed by the mass media in our society, including entertainment, reporting news, identifying public problems, socializing a new generation and providing a political forum. – Trace the historical development of the press from the colonial period to modern electronic media. political press development of mass-readership newspapers popular press and yellow journalism age of the electromagnetic signal revolution in electronic media – Describe the relationship between/


Chapter 10: The Media American Democracy Now, 4/e.

McGraw- Hill Education. 5 Providing Information The media, particularly the electronic media, are the primary source of information for most individuals. Media critics especially fault the television networks for injecting entertainment into news shows. They dub this combination /reproduction or distribution without the prior written consent of McGraw-Hill Education. 18 The Media Go Electronic: The Radio and Television Revolutions From the time of the first U.S. radio broadcasts in the early 1920s,/


Topic 2: New media, globalisation & popular culture Key Issues: What is the ‘new media’? Characteristics of the ‘new media’ Who is using the ‘new media’?

have mobiles but no contract Increased consumer choice-more T.V channels and increase in media output systems An e-commerce revolution-shopping online quick and easy. Retailers offer exclusive internet deals Revitalizing democracy- people can seek alternative /worlds of TV – now view your favorite programs all over the world. Ownership of mass media – large organization own media across the world & in different formats Entertainment – we watch the same films, TV programs, listen to the same music & support the/


Learning and Educational Technology. Objectives To look into some principles of learning relevant to educational technology To discuss the four revolutions.

or experiences  Referred to as educational communication technology, audio visual media, learning resource, instructional media education media The four revolution in education by Eric Ashby The first revolution occurred when societies began to differentiate adult roles and tasks of educating/ be used to supplement the classroom teaching Visual instruction in the classroom should no be confused with entertainment, the effective use of an aid depends primarily on the careful planning of the teacher In all/


22/10/07Richard Salmon 10 minute micro-teach “An introduction to the key social and cultural issues which have impacted upon the media industries and media.

origins of Drama for entertainment purposes is less easy to place historically. The Ancient Egyptians Greeks Romans 22/10/07Richard Salmon History The rise of Christianity Medieval European Culture Renaissance Industrial Revolution The harnessing of electricity/interrelated and all have had social and cultural impact upon the media industries and products produced by them. 22/10/07Richard Salmon A Cultural Revolution The digital revolution has provided opportunities to mix and match cultural information in /


18 th century Eighteenth century time of change in Europe- start of Industrialization, revolutions in France, America, birth of modern Democracy During.

Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684-1721) Country- France Media- oil on canvas Major Style and Contribution to Art Created shimmering surfaces that sparkled with life and gaiety; and depicted elegant entertainment He under painted the surface with a pearly /, Jacques-Louis David Jacques-Louis David (1748- 1825): Country- France Media- oil on canvas Major Style and Contribution to Art head artist during the French revolution (napoleon’s portraits) allegorical paintings- symbolic of truths or generalizations about/


Transnational Media Corporations &Globalisation LEARNING UNIT 3: Session 9-13.

causes and consequences of transnational media ownership. Transnational media corporation Define “transnational media corporation”. MNC-Global organisation within a country or abroad. TNMCs is a company that exports information and entertainment across national borders for international /’s politics and business policies. There are problems associated with political instability, including wars, revolutions, and coups. Changes stemming from the election of socialist or nationalist governments that may prov/


Communication Process/Media History Comm I. Receiving and transmitting information contained in sounds, images, and sensations of everyday life Receiving.

and accessible form of mass media; used for information, entertainment, and escape Introduced at the 1939 World ’ s Fair, has become most popular and accessible form of mass media; used for information, entertainment, and escape television television Introduced/part of American society Books, newspapers & magazines become vital part of American society 1900-1940 Industrial revolution Industrial revolution WW I WW I Great Depression Great Depression Radio becomes a full-fledged mass medium (Golden Age /


The Jazz Age or Roaring 20s Society in the 1920s Mass Media in the Jazz Age Cultural Conflicts.

The Jazz Age or Roaring 20s Society in the 1920s Mass Media in the Jazz Age Cultural Conflicts THE RED SCARE OF 1919-20 In 1917 the Russian Revolution removed the czar from power. The Bolsheviks won power and formed a/of regional cultures. UNTIL 1920s the US had been a collection of regional cultures. Accents differed Accents differed Customs differed Customs differed Entertainment differed Entertainment differed Movies 1910 – 5,000 theaters in the country. 1910 – 5,000 theaters in the country. 1930 – 22,500/


2016-07-021 ROAD MAP TO THE E-REVOLUTION. 2016-07-022 IT-fueled Change 3500 BC - Written Language 에 의한 상업과 정부출현 1500s 초 - 인쇄기술에 의한 중세의 르네상스 1800s 후반 -

2016-07-021 ROAD MAP TO THE E-REVOLUTION 2016-07-022 IT-fueled Change 3500 BC - Written Language 에 의한 상업과 정부출현 1500s 초 - 인쇄기술에 의한 중세의 르네상스 1800s 후반/Information System Function Chain Function Chart Reasoning, Inference, Learning, Creativity ApplicationData/Media External Interfaces Human Interface Intrastructure (Operating System, etc.) Computation/ Logic / of the “ Virtual Age, ” with dramatic “ dematerialization ” of entertainment, education, consulting, and the corporation 2016-07-0223 Overview of Megawaves/


Tracking the Digital Entertainment Revolution The DCIA Conference & Exposition P2P MEDIA SUMMIT LA 23 October 2006.

Entertainment Revolution The DCIA Conference & Exposition P2P MEDIA SUMMIT LA 23 October 2006 BigChampagne Online Media Measurement 2 Global P2P User Growth Trend BigChampagne Online Media Measurement 3 P2P Networks based on Percent of PCs with Client Installed BigChampagne Online Media Measurement 4 P2P Networks based on Percent of PCs with Client Installed BigChampagne Online Media/Break 8Without A Trace 9Entourage 10CSI: Miami BigChampagne Online Media Measurement 9 File Sharing: Top Feature Films Trad /


Political Parties, Interest Groups, & the Media

nation’s citizens. They usually call for peaceful, gradual change within the existing political system. They reject violent revolution as a way of changing the way things are, often called the status quo. What is a Moderate? / problems political leaders & citizens agree need government attention Plays a central role in electoral politics Media Influence Limited Many people use mass media for entertainment & not information Few people follow international, national, or local politics closely Those who do /


GOVT 2301 The Freedom of the Press and the Media.

Media and entertainment are a growing part of the American economy. We often hear people refer to at least three different “types” of media: - The Mainstream Media - The Conservative Media - The Alternative MediaThe Mainstream MediaThe Alternative Media The term “mainstream media” refers to the largest media/ The Adversarial Press The Revolutionary Press Described above. The press was used to argue about revolution. Arguments about the decision to revolt from Britain and to ratify a new Constitution were /


The Media: TELEVISION Students: Ana Rita Costa nº 3 Bruna Lourenço nº 5 Pedro Teixeira nº 19 Raquel Gordinho nº 20 Vera Loureiro nº 27 ESCOLA SECUNDÁRIA.

that the television is best the media?" In the English class, we go to develop the subject "the media - television", for being an interesting/leave of being appreciated. The Evolution on the television? With the revolution of telecommunications, the possibilities of sending information to the world-wide /Corporation); ITN (Independent Television News); SKY (Sky news and Sky Digital); London News Network Entertainment: Bravo; Carlton Select; Channel 4; ITV (Independent Television); S4C (Welsh 4th channel). /


MAYRA Leal 2014 Press & Media {e} KIT Print. Film. TV. Music Videos. Web. Events. Endorsements.

use of her on- camera talent and on-going dialogue with her fans via her growing visibility in the media and in entertainment. Her team supports her efforts by championing publicity stories in the news and looking for advantages to leverage her/enjoys the business of entertainment, but loves to spend time with her family and friends when not on the set. Mayra has over 31 movie and TV credits to her name and has appeared on “Locked Up Abroad in Bangladesh” – National Geographic, “Revolution”, “Southland”, and/


Chapter 8 The Entertainment Industry. Chapter Overview Lesson 8.1 - Entertainment Profits Lesson 8.2 - Distribution of Entertainment Lesson 8.3 - Marketing.

in 1 st 4 years  The iPod has spurred a new age of music technology The Internet Music Revolution  Major music distributors took major hits due to file-sharing  Where the industry saw this as a major/entertainment Marketing Relations Specialist Build and maintain positive relationships between their employer and the public Build and maintain positive relationships between their employer and the public Looks out for the best interests of another Looks out for the best interests of another Keep the media/


TOTAL 2009 MEDIA IMPRESSIONS: 92,769,641. Lillet Media Impressions 2009 DateOutletDescriptionImpressions February 6, 2009FoxNews.com Includes Lillet in.

: 92,769,641 Lillet Media Impressions 2009 DateOutletDescriptionImpressions February 6, /last month that with consumers spending more time at home amid the recession, gifts related to cooking and home entertainment are doing well. Others appear to be following the “it’s the thought that counts” maxim. A/commemorates the storming of the Bastille, a Parisian prison, on July 14, 1789. The event precipitated the French Revolution and led to the modern French state. The Bastille Day 4 oz. Lillet Blanc 3/4 oz. Bols/


Special Topics in Social Media Services 社會媒體服務專題 1 992SMS02 TMIXJ1A Sat. 6,7,8 (13:10-16:00) D502 Min-Yuh Day 戴敏育 Assistant Professor 專任助理教授 Dept. of Information.

et al., Introduction to Electronic Commerce, Third Edition, 2010, Pearson 1.Understand the Web 2.0 revolution, social and business networks, Social Media, and industry and market disruptors. 2.Understand the concept, structure, types, and issues of virtual communities/Describe business-oriented and enterprise social networks. 6.Understand the commercial aspects of social networking. 7.Describe Web 2.0 entertainment. 8.Describe the potential of Web 3.0 and Web 4.0. 7-6 Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc/


MEDIA Salles an initiative of the MEDIA Programme of the European Union with the support of the Italian Government “DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES: WHICH OPPORTUNITIES.

will become a destination point for many different types of entertainment. The digital cinema revolution will help every territory around the world. The technology is there, the technical standards are being developed and the business models are coming together”. Interview with John Fithian, President of NATO (National Association of Theatre Owners) From MEDIA Salles’ Newsletter “European Cinema Journal”, No. 4/2004 To know/


Rococo-18 th century Eighteenth century time of change in Europe- start of Industrialization, revolutions in France, America, birth of modern Democracy.

Antoine Watteau (1684-1721) Country- France Media- oil on canvas Major Style and Contribution to Art Created shimmering surfaces that sparkled with life and gaiety; and depicted elegant entertainment He under painted the surface with a /painter, Jacques-Louis David Jacques-Louis David (1748- 1825): Country- France Media- oil on canvas Major Style and Contribution to Art head artist during the French revolution (napoleon’s portrait allegorical paintings- symbolic of truths or generalizations about human /


MAYRA Leal 2014 Press & Media {e} KIT Print. Film. TV. Music Videos. Web. Events. Endorsements.

- camera talent and on-going dialogue with her fans via her growing visibility in the media and in entertainment. Her team supports her efforts by championing publicity stories in the news and looking for advantages/entertainment, but loves to spend time with her family and friends when not on the set. She is currently resides in Malibu. Mayra has over 32 movie and TV credits to her name and has appeared in several music videos, featured in “Locked Up Abroad in Bangladesh” – National Geographic, “Revolution/


Social Media Marketing Research 社會媒體行銷研究 1 1002SMMR02 TMIXM1A Thu 7,8 (14:10-16:00) U505 Social Media: Facebook, Youtube, Blog, Microblog Min-Yuh Day 戴敏育.

SOCIAL NETWORKS JUSTIFYING SOCIAL MEDIA AND NETWORKING Source: Turban et al. (2010), Introduction to Electronic Commerce37 ENTERTAINMENT AND SOCIAL NETWORKS – Mixi – Last.fm – Pandora – eFans – Internet Series and Movie Streaming – Adult Entertainment in Virtual Worlds Source/ Source: Turban et al. (2010), Introduction to Electronic Commerce42 1.Web 2.0 revolution, social and business networks, Social Media, and industry and market disruptors. 2.Virtual communities. 3.Social networking and social network/


Social Media Management 社會媒體管理 1 1001SMM02 TMIXM1A Fri. 7,8 (14:10-16:00) L215 Min-Yuh Day 戴敏育 Assistant Professor 專任助理教授 Dept. of Information Management,

et al., Introduction to Electronic Commerce, Third Edition, 2010, Pearson 4 1.Understand the Web 2.0 revolution, social and business networks, Social Media, and industry and market disruptors. 2.Understand the concept, structure, types, and issues of virtual communities. 3/ business-oriented and enterprise social networks. 6.Understand the commercial aspects of social networking. 7.Describe Web 2.0 entertainment. 8.Describe the potential of Web 3.0 and Web 4.0. Source: Turban et al. (2010), Introduction/


Chapter 8 The Entertainment Industry. Chapter Overview Lesson 8.1 - Entertainment Profits Lesson 8.2 - Distribution of Entertainment Lesson 8.3 - Marketing.

in 1 st 4 years  The iPod has spurred a new age of music technology The Internet Music Revolution  Major music distributors took major hits due to file-sharing  Where the industry saw this as a major/entertainment Marketing Relations Specialist Build and maintain positive relationships between their employer and the public Build and maintain positive relationships between their employer and the public Looks out for the best interests of another Looks out for the best interests of another Keep the media/


Intellectual Property & Digital Entertainment Donald R. Simon, J.D./LL.M.

in content distribution. The impact of those innovations. The impact of those innovations. Digital Entertainment “The progress of copyright law does not take place by revolutions, but by successive stages. It resembles the growth of a city, in which, as/LPs. 1992 - Audio Home Recording Act: 1992 - Audio Home Recording Act: 3% on media and 2% on equipment split between labels and publishers. 3% on media and 2% on equipment split between labels and publishers. Industry abandons cases against private copying, /


The Triumph of Conservatism, 1969–1988 Norton Media Library Chapter 26

political and economic leaders welcomed the opportunity to remake their cities as finance, information, and entertainment hubs Always a junior partner in the Democratic coalition, the labor movement found itself forced /administration’s policies, initially produced the most severe recession since the 1930s VII. The Reagan Revolution (con’t) The Problem of Inequality Reagan’s policies, rising stock prices, and /the Norton Media Library Slide Set for Chapter 26 Give Me Liberty! An American History by Eric Foner


If the Industrial Revolution was about extending the power of human muscle with inventions like the Steam Engine, then … the computer revolution is about.

CS has no real world applications of any consequence or value beyond entertainment, self-expression or theory. Such curricula tend to trivialize CS in / At Duke University, researchers and professors at the DeWitt Wallace Center for Media & Democracy are examining computational journalism, and journalists and computer scientists are/2. Joshua at Giv’on, Commanding the Sun to Stand Still: Galileos Revolution (Astronomy). Modeling the Copernican and Ptolemeic Planetary Systems to illustrate the phases of/


Presented by Robert A. Hill; CHS-III American Casino & Entertainment Properties, LLC Surveillance Supervisor/Homeland Security Liaison.

frequently being recorded and broadcast on the world-wide web and other media outlets. This reaches the world audience. Overview of Terrorism The history / teachings of Shi’a Islam as developed by Ayatollah Khomeini during the Islamic Revolution in Iran. Objectives include: eradication of Western “colonialism” in Lebanon; establish/over political, economical, educational, theological and social systems. All forms of entertainment would be banned. Strict measures to control the masses; perceived threats /


THE MEDIA AND THE LITERACIES: MEDIA LITERACY, INFORMATION LITERACY, DIGITAL LITERACY Prepared by: Doaa Mohamed Fathallah Article author : Tibor Koltay.

or blog ……passive or active audience Egyptian Army (sms) in the revolution Q Media literacy Children and youth especially adolescents exposed to a large amount of media messages entertainment for entertainment through television, internet, music, movies and videogames. socialization Therefore Media literacy plays a role in the socialization when children and youth exposed to these messages. Entertainment leads to socialization There is a need to understand the/


Mass Media and Political Communication Chapter 11.

politics. (E-democracy, e-voting) 5 3) The accumulation of (economic, social and political) power in media corporations and the entertainment industry such as Warner Bros., Warren Buffet, Microsoft. – Different sectors such as publishing, communication, film-making/more about their citizens and use the mass media as a source of political propaganda. The third communication revolution (Internet) has helped to create an “information society” The new media have facilitated political participation and helped to /


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