The Path to Digital Media Production Gorham Anders Kindem, Robert B. Musburger. responsibilities as a video or film director: rehearsing the musicians, instructing the engineer, and supervising the actual recording session.
Author: Gorham Anders Kindem
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
A practical framework is provided in this textbook about the techniques, operations and philosophies of media production from the standpoint of both analog and digital technologies. Updated to reflect new digital techniques it goes beyond the technical to cover aesthetics, direction, production management and scriptwriting.
Although this covers drama production, many of the topics covered are relevant to documentaries and entertainment programmes. Lyver, Des and Swainson, ... The Continuity Supervisor, Fourth Edition, Media Manual Series. Focal Press.
Author: Kathy Chater
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Performing Arts
Outlines the main skills, techniques and practices for the job of the researcher. An easy to follow guide to production research, it will help the new researcher to understand the possibilities to be considered when undertaking research and the kind of questions that need to be asked at each stage of the production process. Every project, whether it's a programme for television or radio or an article for publication is different and there is no one, correct answer to each situation. Based on the author's wealth of experience as a researcher on many and varied kinds of broadcast and non-broadcast programmes, this quick reference will guide the reader through the problems they are likely to encounter and help to resolve them. It also includes many tips to help the reader gain a better understanding of the real world of production. Research for Media Production is a rework and expanded edition of Production Research also written by Kathy Chater.
A further consequence flows from the fact that the locales of media consumption generally lack resources formedia production, so that media production and media consumption are mutually exclusive in spatial terms.63 There is little ...
Author: Nick Couldry
Category: Social Science
This fascinating study focuses on an area neglected in previous studies of the media: the meetings between ordinary people and the media. Couldry explores what happens when people who normally consume the media witness media processes in action, or even become the object of media attention themselves.
media, how it is constructed, and how one would question or use these same design conventions toward different ends. The traditional role of formal media education still remains in media production because it involves stimulating ...
Author: Chi-Kim Cheung
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Media education in Asia is a relatively young, but rapidly developing part of the curriculum. Research has been conducted and papers have been written on various issues concerning media education in Asia. The dominant models of media education in the world are broadly Western and most are drawn from English-speaking countries. The question is whether a similar pattern exists in Asia, where there may be differences in culture, heritage, beliefs, values, education policy, as well as curriculum and pedagogy. Are educators in Asia following the Western model in developing and implementing media education, or are they devising their own models? With this question in mind, this book sets out to understand the prevailing perspectives regarding media education in various Asian societies. While most debates about media education are carried out in Western contexts, this book hopes to provide a platform for readers to examine this issue in an Asian context.
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In a theory of mediation, the process of media production plays a crucial, albeit non- determining, role in mediating diversity. Even if we accept that mediated communication is a non-linear dialectical process, this process must begin ...
Author: Eugenia Siapera
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Social Science
Cultural Diversity and Global Media explores the relationship between the media and multiculturalism. Summarises and critically discusses current approaches to multiculturalism and the media from a global perspecive Explores both the theoretical debates and empirical findings on multiculturalism and the media Assumes the new perspective of mediation of cultural diversity, which critically combines elements of previous theories in order to gain a better understanding of the relationship between the media and cultural diversity Explores media ‘moments’ of production, representation and consumption, while incorporating arguments on their shifting roles and boundaries Examines separately the role of the internet, which is linked to many changes in patterns of media production, representation and to increased possibilities for diasporic and transnational communication Contains pedagogical features that enable readers to understand and critically engage with the material, and draws upon and reviews an extensive bibliography, providing a useful reference tool.
Author: Mary Celeste KearneyPublish On: 2013-08-21
Media education aims to produce critical participation in media, not participation forits own sake. ̄ 118 Scholars likeTyner and Buckingham are wise to question theabilityof training inmedia production alone to empower youth, ...
Author: Mary Celeste Kearney
Category: Social Science
More girls are producing media today than at any other point in U.S. history, and they are creating media texts in virtually every format currently possible--magazines, films, musical recordings, and websites. Girls Make Media explores how young female media producers have reclaimed and reconfigured girlhood as a site for radical social, cultural, and political agency. Central to the book is an analysis of Riot Grrrl--a 1990s feminist youth movement from a fusion of punk rock and gender theory-and the girl power movement it inspired. The author also looks at the rise of girls-only media education programs, and the creation of girls' studies. This book will be essential reading for anyone seeking to understand contemporary female youth in today's media culture.
How is people's media-related practice related, in turn, to their wider agency? ... In sum, embedded practices of media production point to a special relationship between meaning production, communicative action and its material support ...
Author: Howard Tumber
Category: Social Science
The Routledge Companion to Media and Human Rights offers a comprehensive and contemporary survey of the key themes, approaches and debates in the field of media and human rights. The Companion is the first collection to bring together two distinct ways of thinking about human rights and media, including scholarship that examines media as a human right alongside that which looks at media coverage of human rights issues. This international collection of 49 newly written pieces thus provides a unique overview of current research in the field, while also providing historical context to help students and scholars appreciate how such developments depart from past practices. The volume examines the universal principals of freedom of expression, legal instruments, the right to know, media as a human right, and the role of media organisations and journalistic work. It is organised thematically in five parts: Communication, Expression and Human Rights Media Performance and Human Rights: Political Processes Media Performance and Human Rights: News and Journalism Digital Activism, Witnessing and Human Rights Media Representation of Human Rights: Cultural, Social and Political. Individual essays cover an array of topics, including mass-surveillance, LGBT advocacy, press law, freedom of information and children’s rights in the digital age. With contributions from both leading scholars and emerging scholars, the Companion offers an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach to media and human rights allowing for international comparisons and varying perspectives. The Routledge Companion to Media and Human Rights provides a comprehensive introduction to the current field useful for both students and researchers, and defines the agenda for future research.
Both examples teach us to envision pedagogical possibilities that would further enable human capacities through media production. That is, we might just learn something crucial from youth themselves ...
Author: Korina M. Jocson
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
In an information age of youth social movements, Youth Media Matters examines how young people are using new media technologies to tell stories about themselves and their social worlds. They do so through joint efforts in a range of educational settings and media environments, including high school classrooms, youth media organizations, and social media sites. Korina M. Jocson draws on various theories to show how educators can harness the power of youth media to provide new opportunities for meaningful learning and “do-it-together production.” Describing the impact that youth media can have on the broader culture, Jocson demonstrates how it supports expansive literacy practices and promotes civic engagement, particularly among historically marginalized youth. In Youth Media Matters, Jocson offers a connective analysis of content area classrooms, career and technical education, literary and media arts organizations, community television stations, and colleges and universities. She provides examples of youth media work—including videos, television broadcasts, websites, and blogs—produced in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York, and St. Louis. At a time when educators are increasingly attentive to participatory cultures yet constrained by top-down pedagogical requirements, Jocson highlights the knowledge production and transformative potential of youth media with import both in and out of the classroom.