The four main different fields of journalism are Photo, Print, Broadcast, and Multimedia Journalism. The kind of journalism I am most interested in is Multimedia Journalism. This field is a field which incorporates all of the different fields of journalism. \ Occupants of Multimedia journalism generally have story-telling abilities, just as those in Broadcast Journalism. Those in the field of Multimedia Journalism also work well with technology, just as those in Photo Journalism (“What Are the Different”).
This was an era of transformation and modernization in assorted fields. Mass communications such as movies, radios, newspapers, and magazines expanded across the nation and appeared in almost all households by the end of the decade. Productions from famous film studios featured the well-known stars for a time. Radio stations broadcasted the popular topics, along with advertisements and music. Newspapers and magazines updated the newest information and offered diverse articles which hooked the readers with tempting visuals and
In the past our mankind might sent a message by horseback but now we already had internet. Actually radio and television play an important part of our life to engage with long- distance communication and deliver news as the mass media. In the mid-20 Century was the high period peak of using these media. The capacities of radio and television that can reach large numbers of people in the world is the reason of its popularity. The development before television is radio.
Television was invented in a small house in San Francisco September 7th, 1927 by Philo Taylor Farnsworth. He was 21 when he first invented the Television. The television has been around for eighty eight years and will evolve in the next ten years. Television first was a giant box like the ones from the 1970’s but now tv’s are flat, and more advanced. Television used to have low definition and no color now we have HD TV’s, 3D and color.
With everything in this world, we always push for some form of evolution. To understand the different types of animators we must know about the different styles of animation. There are currently twenty different styles of animation circulating. There are five top styles that are represented quite frequently; Traditional, 2D vector based, 3D computer, Motion graphics, and Stop motion. Looking anything from video games to animated films you are most likely looking at one of those styles.
The genre of the film tends to be categorised on the basis of themes as well as topic around which the film revolves. At the same time, genre categorisation is also dependent on the mood, tone and format of films. In addition, other ways of characterising genres of films is associated with the target audiences and production type. Different types of film genres involve action, comedy, suspense, drama, cartoon, horror, musical, dance, history, war and others. Genres of films are further categorised into different subgenres such as drama films are further categorised into women, children, legal and romantic drama.
Chapter 1 1.0 Introduction With the invention of the television, the way we receive information have changed drastically. In the past, people rely on newspaper and the radio to receive news of what is happening around the world. Entertainment then was just limited to radio broadcasts. Today, with the new media, we are presented with numerous platforms from where we can choose to receive such news. As such, a huge emphasis has been placed on responsible media reporting to ensure that what we are receiving are of quality and substance.
Today, with its seemingly accurate portrayals of dating, making it in the music business and even testing survival skills, reality television is a huge sector of the entertainment industry. This genre is so massively appealing because it aims to present real people. However, the turn of the century has brought a level of extravagance and falsity into reality television that is very far from the prior and relatable realism of the first of these programs. This genre is now known not only for its inaccuracy and scripted nature, but also for its overdramatized and over-the-top representation of American culture. It presents an antiquated idealism of women that is reflecting poorly upon popular culture as well as society in general.
When broadcasting started in the 1920s, it also changes the language. And when the Internet came into being, it changes the language. Nobody ever expected the language to be so diversified as a result of the Internet simply because nobody was able to predict exactly how many different technological variations that are going to be of electronically mediated communication. He stated that there are many ways to communicate using different medium in today’s era, World Wide Web, email, chat’s room, virtual worlds, games that people play, blogging, internet messaging, Facebook, texting, and it goes on and on. Now each one of these new technologies when you have opportunities for communication produces a new kind of language and in the case a new style of English.
CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION The television set has become a key member of the family, the one who tells most of the stories most of the time… (Gerbner, Gross, Morgan, & Signorielli, 1980, p. 14) “Television has become as much a part of existence as the rise of the sun and the draw of gravity (Fowles, 1992, p. 32).” Albeit the constant innovation in technology and the advent of new media, television has maintained its dominant positioning among the channels utilized by the society. The pervasive characteristic of the medium has since been associated with the power to influence audiences of varying profiles, with the broadest range. Influencing audience is easier for television as compared to other media because it provides a complete audio and visual experience for the audience. The massive potential of television is confronted with expectations from different concerned stakeholders of the medium. This dominant medium, should be able to initiate beneficial effects and positive reinforcement among its audience (Gigli, 2004).