About reasoning and logic
Communitys develop modes of culture in fair use
Important to seek rules/guidelines for re-use of video
Use The Code
Takedown notice- specifics and components of fair use
Bourne Identity: Stole plot
Family guy: di
Newspapers: Emphasize commerce
Content: Framed as stories and entertainment
Stories: We hook into narratives, the commercialized press realized this
Example: New York World (Pulitzers Paper)
1600% readership increase from 1883-86: Why?
How We do Media History:
US Media History asks: How did the U.S media develop?
Break downMedia Historiography asks:
Whats the best approaches to write media history?
What matters most in constructing a history (or histories) of media in the
3rd Session- Media Structure
Whos left out of capitalist realism?
Who does consumer culture not include?
Ideology: Consumption is the root to satisfaction
With no resources to buy satisfaction, we must suffer that truth.
People who dont have resources t
Notes: Telephone and Telegraph
Two parts to todays story: Combining business and social aspects.
1. Telegraph, patents, and national commodity markets
2. Telephone, experimental uses, significance
3. Certain Patents and such
4. Significance on the human v
Transnational spreadability is a component of spreadable media described by
green and jenkins within the article. the subject matter is a critical area to address. As
Jenkins and Green both make notable, the essential focus of the article is American
Cinemas 1- Going to The Movies
Working class culture
New urban recreation
Continuing employment in urban areas ( urban migration)
Nickelodeon's- Cinemas only cost 5 cents to attend
Nickelodeon's Grew vastly in urban and densely populated ar
Back to War of The world's. Why the panic?
Stations begin to compete for listeners
Program conventions (how programs sounded) house orch and news cut-ins
Anxiety about the social influence of radio and who would control it