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CONTENT ( 1-8)

CONTENT ( 1-8)


Art, Artistry and Broadcasting 

Here, take the blue pill and we can forget this nonsense, otherwise the red pill plunges you into a world of endless possibilities for changing the TV News’ language. Read more…

Millennial Masters – The Revolution in Information Exchange

..so students produce a substantive piece of work, deliver documentation towards the making of it and  justify their knowledge as auto-ethnographers. Read more…

 

 

 Sound Judgement in videojournalism-as-cinema

Ladies and gentlemen, we interrupt our program to bring you a special bulletin. And so H.G. Well’s adaption of war, War of the Worlds, floated through the electronic ether. Read more…

 Alternative Broadcast Styles

The most powerful woman at the BBC in the 1950 had every reason to question what style she wanted to create for television news. How BBC Producer Grace Wyndham Goldie’s legacy lives on. Read more…

 

 

 

 

Sliding doors of media – videojournalism

In the film Sliding Doors,  director Peter Howitt imagines the path from the accidents and choices we make. When life’s trajectory takes an unexpected turn. Read more…


How Art changed news, and then was dismissed

The bomb that exploded ripped through the market place as the injured lay on the ground. The journalist who shot the scene is seen reminiscing. as the scene flips back and forth –  a simultaneous narrative connecting the viewer with thoughts, realism, and remorse. Read more…

 

 

 

 

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