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MACS101 : Introduction to Media Studies Chapter 3. Production MACS101 Section B Sungyong Ahn
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Who are producers  and consumers? What products are  produced and sold? Where are they  produced? What kinds of constraints are imposed upon the  individual producers in Saban? Agency vs. Structure
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“We need your help!” Suppose that Saban hired you as a new art  director for the new Power Rangers series. 1. What kinds of constraints do you need to  consider for the design of each character’s  costume and robots regarding those other  companies? 2. And regarding audiences?
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“Color Rangers”
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The Red Ranger, Jason, was a Native American who  spoke with  a deep and almost mystical wisdom  as he  led his team into battle. The Yellow Ranger, Trini, was an Asian American and  a martial arts expert , with  a thick Asian accent , long  straight black hair, and an uncanny  ability to translate  highly technical language into common speech The Black Ranger, Zack, was an African American  practical joker , who spoke slang and  incorporated hip- hop dance moves  into his martial arts sequences.
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