Central Lakes College is really special because it’s the warmest, most compassionate place, students and faculty and staff. I chose to come to Central Lakes College just because it was closer to home and it’s the closest college for graphic design so I chose Central Lakes College for that. The… Continue Reading CLC Media Careers

hello all this is devyani from freshersworld.com Welcome to our video channel on jobs and careers Today I will be talking about the career opportunities in DIGITAL MEDIA With advent of technology and advancement of information dissemination, the world of news and entertainment now is powered by the web. The… Continue Reading CAREERS IN DIGITAL MEDIA – Bachelor Degree,Certification Course,NIIT,DMI,Web Analytics,Jobs

Hi! We’re looking at ways to improve your reading comprehension by thinking more critically. One of the things you should do is to see if the information is a fact or an opinion. Oh, that’s easy! Right? Well… there’s a gray area there… If someone says, “The Earth is flat.”… Continue Reading Distinguishing fact from opinion

Student: My question to you is do you believe any news sources, mainstream or alternative, are bias-free? D’Souza: No, but let’s look to see what we’re trying to achieve. I would agree that, in a certain abstract sense, to be absolutely free of bias is impossible. Why? Because we’re human… Continue Reading D’Souza reveals the solution to media bias & #FakeNews

I found it really quite odd that in the 2016 presidential election there’s been very little talk about K-12 education even though there are over 50 million people in our society that are affected by the decisions made by policymakers regarding public education. And I think what happens, what we’ve… Continue Reading Why Haven’t US Schools Changed in 150 years? Media and Political Neglect, says Nikhil Goyal

I don’t anticipate that this crisis with Iran is going to go to a conventional military engagement. This generation uh doesn’t remember, a time when the United States wasn’t at war, and I said you have to have been alive or a conscious in the Clinton administration to remember such… Continue Reading University of Michigan Professor Juan Cole on Social Media Fears of a Returning Military Draft

Paul Cross: Hi, I’m Paul Cross, I want to talk to you today, a little bit about how to create a short radio feature. This can be used for a three-minute feature, a five-minute feature. You can even expand this idea to a documentary, the kind of programming I often… Continue Reading Radio Broadcasting | Part 1 of 4: How To Structure a Short Radio Feature

Paul Cross: Hi, I’m Paul Cross, continuing to talk about how to create a feature for radio. In our first episode, we’ve created a show called, “My Show 1”, it’s a 5 minute feature. In our second episode, we discussed how we need, for every piece of audio we ever… Continue Reading Radio Broadcasting| Part 3 of 4: How To Write an Intro for a Radio Feature

(upbeat music) – [Catelynn] Tyler just got back from Arizona and as we expected, the tabloids went nuts because he went without me. I’m so frustrated that everything we do gets so twisted. (notifications dinging) Since I’ve been home with the kids, Tyler wants to give me a night out.… Continue Reading The Media Haters | Teen Mom OG (Season 8) | MTV