This week in media literacy we got to an issue that deeply interests me. It is about sports
and how money drives sports. Some people think money destroys sports and others believe that
its improving sports. I personally dont think that it destroys sports.
This week in media literacy we learned about the audience from an industrys perspective.
Basically the mass media has created the population of their users into marketing niches
otherwise known as a group. They make these niches by audiences using specifi
This week in Media Literacy we discussed about media content and reality. This is basically
when the media will twist reality to make it seem more exciting to lure people always from the
real world. I believe as we get older we tend to forget that media i
This week in media literacy we learned about the development of the mass media industries.
Basically each industry tends to follow the same pattern in developing. The first stage is
innovation. This is when someone recognizes something people need and cre
Unfortunately, this week in media literacy I wasnt able to take part of the lesson due to
traveling. I believe that every week Im learning something new that Im actually going to be
able to apply outside of class on the daily. I think this class is very e
This week in media literacy we learned about an individuals perspective. Like we
learned the week before the average human is exposed to 15 hours of media each day. This week
learned how our brain decides to actually pay attention and retain the informati
In my first week of taking media literacy I wasnt sure what to expect. For our first assignment
we read about why we should increase media literacy.
In our lives we have learned to put our brain on automatic pilot mode. Basically this is to keep
This week in media literacy we learned about how messages from the media follow formulas that
are designed to attract our attention and condition us for repeat exposures.
For example, most movies go through the same exact plot. It starts off with an incit