One example of this is in the text “Television Transformed” when it states “After cable TV came the internet, faster computers, and smartphones. These new technologies changed the way we live and the way we watch TV (p.23).” This clearly states how technology is also the reason families are being torn apart, because once came new channels also came new technology. Another example of this is in text “The box that changed America” when it states “Those original three networks would soon be joined by hundreds of cable channels. The rise of streaming services like Netflix and Hulu would make it possible to watch shows whenever viewers wanted (p.21).” This clearly exemplifies how when there was just three channels everyone was only watching shows when they were on, but once came all this new technology and other stuff it made it possible to see it whenever which made audiences more divided. Lastly, another way families are being divided instead of united is because of new technology and being able to watch shows on things other than the
In Australia Radios were estimated to have 97% of Australians using and listening to them at home and in cars where they were newly installed into. Radios were also popular throughout the world because of the new portably accessible radios. Because of the popularity in radios and music more people tended to listen to the newest music world wide which happened to be Rock N Roll. In the 1950’s Australia was witnessing the Stolen Generation and the rapid grow in population due to the Baby Boom and migrants coming into Australia. The migrants influenced new cultures, foods, music and religions to Australians.
As they grew in popularity, they were also growing in technology. The 1950s came with producers that satisfied the audience, drive-ins, and television. Communism, sexual roles, and crime and violence were themes that started to show up in movies in the 1950s. Women were starting to speak up for themselves, and even though they had equal rights, they were not treated equal. They started to request movies that would show everyone around them that they could do the same work that men did.
To attract a larger audience from different demographics, organizations in America utilize the Super Bowl as a perfect platform to advertise their products and services. Sometimes they collaborate with the help of professional football players, actors, celebrities and upcoming commercial stars. Superbowl Commercials became so anticipated and popular in American pop culture, some people only watch the big game solely for the purpose of the commercials whether it is to obtain a good humor, to benefit on a discounted product or services or simply for general entertainment. A broadcasted Typical 30 seconds superbowl commercial cost about from 4 to 5 million dollars, as it expected to be more expensive. One of the most relevant commercial this year is the the Febreze half-time bathromm break.
An entirely new generation of teens must have watched the movie than read the book. Nonetheless,I believe more people would have watched the movie, as motion pictures were a great development and very popular at the time. On a minor note, if we were to create a second movie for The Outsiders, it would be better than the original, as we have better technology and special effects. The novel itself must have been a hit as well when it came out. I am sure bookworms loved the touching story, as we do even today.
In contrast to the chic paintings, the typography became more bold, borders were often used creating an embossed or shadowed effect, giving the type a more 3 dimensional appearance. As TV became a popular fixture in households at the end of the ‘40s, less movies were made. Also, because of the war, budgets were cut and so less movies were made, rendering movie posters of this era rare and valuable collector’s items. Paranoia films became popular during the cold war era as Americans feared communism resulting from the war, but producers realised that they needed to focus on more genres rather than solely focusing on war, to win back their viewers. Because of this, fantasy films were created in the ‘50s to entice viewers.
When television first came to people’s life, not every family can afford it. So once a family buy the television, it means that they are rich. Television is a symbol of wealth. And with the advanced technology development, television has developed from black and white to color sets. At that time, family that can buy color set was even wealthier.
Regardless of what you think a hero is or who might be a hero, you will find heroes in television shows and even in the film industry. If you actually think about heroes in a movie to television show you will notice it is a lot more common than we might think. A lot of movies are made based on the theme of a hero. There are a wide range of movies that go anywhere from The Sorcerer's Apprentice all the way to The Santa Clause. Personally, I feel that is a big jump between movies but both evolve around a central hero theme.
In 1929 the basketball was redesigned to make them easier to dribble, the balls were also easier to handle because they were bigger and lighter. In 1942 the molded basketballs took over because they could keep their shapes much better than the stitched basketballs. Today the basketballs differ in size between men’s and women’s balls, the men’s has a 30’ circumference and the women’s has a 29’ circumference (this is full size basketball). In conclusion, Basketball has changed very dramatically over more than 100 years, these changes have changed the game and how we play it and it has become more and more popular. Basketball has changed by the ball, the team, and the hoop because of many different
We are in an era where VFX’s propagation is unstoppable, the audience is getting used to seeing spectacular effects on big and small screens, so there is the real and concrete possibility that Visual Effects will change films beyond the things we imagine and recognise today. Try to visualise it in 20 years time from now, perhaps films will undergo an evolution from confined cinema screens to a fully immersive experience or, idealistically speaking, to a real interactive experience, that’s because we are of course at the height of the Virtual Reality revolution. To mention the economic argument made before, we are investing a lot of money on this brand-new technology available for home entertainment, gaming, cinema and advertising, and we are spending money to support VFX artists too, since they need to have solved problems that affect 360 degree shots and its related compositing, HDR lighting, stereo dealing and digital assets. Film companies and VFX industry might seriously take advantage of the power and potential of Virtual Reality in the future, in order to create something that pushes spectators into the action with a complete 360° view of the surrounding, giving to people the possibility to literally be present alongside the characters as the story goes
It is clear that movie technology greatly progressed from 1960 to 2002. In the 1960 show “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street” there is closer up shots then far away. This is because the 2002 episode has more updated cameras so they can take far away shots. Also, for the 1960 and 2002 episode: for example; in the 1960 version the sound was different because there wasn’t any music. But in the 2002 episode there was background music.
This target is a mostly urban, multicultural group with 283 over-indexing in Asian. They are very well educated—66.6% graduated college or more. They have higher employment income & household income, giving them a lot of discretionary fund for entertainment. They watch a wide genre of TV shows such as Robot Chicken, Doctor Who, Modern Family, Keeping Up with Kardashians, and Game of Thrones. They have an extreme appetite for content, and almost 400% more likely to have streamed or looked up information on movies, TV shows, or other video content.
In addition, the new rifle was faster to load than muskets and had a range of up to 400 yards compared to the musket’s 80 yards with increased accuracy. Not to mention, the Spencer-Carbine gun could fire 7 shots in 30 seconds and the first gun on a rotating turret was placed on an ironclad ship. Nonetheless, with the Union’s industrialization, they had most of the new technology due to its increased industrial capacity. In spite of this new breed of weaponry leading to a higher fatality rate for both sides, the Union had more men to replace troops and continue the war
Ed Sullivan and Lucille Ball evolved television into a new form of entertainment. Also because of TV, certain major events took a different course of action, such as the Civil Rights Movement. “The Ed Sullivan Show aired from 1948 to 1971 and changed the landscape of American television.” (History of the Ed Sullivan Show) Without the Ed Sullivan Show, talk shows such as Jimmy Fallon, Conan, and the The Daily Show would not be where they are today. Although Ed was not quite as charming on screen as Jimmy Fallon, his rating skyrocketed due to the live performances and famous guests he interviewed. I have never watched the Ed Sullivan Show, but the talk shows that are aired now bring a new light to entertainment and connecting with