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
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
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
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
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
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
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?
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
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Question 1-11.5 out of 11.5 points
If you right-click an underlined word you see suggested revisions.
Selected Answer: True
Question 2-11.5 out of 11.5 points
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Week 5 - MLE Assignment
Do the following:
Using the Tuskegee Syphilis Research Study on page 268 of chapter 11, answer the following questions:
1. Could this type of research be conducted today? Why or why not?
2. What could the public have done, since th