– This session’s gonna be a lot about the future of TV but let’s start from the very beginning, where and when did Black Mirror come about? How did the idea develop? – We’d just done Dead Set, which was a, can you hear me? – [Audience] Yes. – Just… Continue Reading Charlie Brooker on Black Mirror | The BFI + Radio Times TV Festival 2019

>>Let me just first, congratulate Curtin University, School of Journalism, on its 40th Anniversary; forty years is a long time, but before my recent retirement I could claim to have been continuously employed as a Television Journalist, Producer/Reporter, Executive Producer and Presenter for some forty-four years. My last, and indeed,… Continue Reading Controversial media critic, Jonathan Holmes, speaks at Curtin University

In the great 1974 film Godfather II. There’s a scene about halfway through where Hyman Roth and Michael Corleone and all the American gangsters are gathered in a patio in Havana and it’s Hyman Roth’s 67th birthday, and he’s giving a slice of cake to each gangster got – Louis… Continue Reading Outfoxed • Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism • FULL DOCUMENTARY FILM exposes Fox News

ROBERT COSTA: Hello. I’m Robert Costa. And this is the Washington Week Extra, where we pick up online where we left off on our broadcast. Joining me around the table, Toluse Olorunnipa of Bloomberg News, Julie Pace of the Associated Press, POLITICO’s Josh Gerstein, and Michael Scherer of The Washington… Continue Reading More than 300 newspapers promote freedom of the press

Hashtags are used just about everywhere – they make regular appearances in our social media posts, they travel across platforms, and they can even carry the message of an entire marketing campaign for really savvy brands… But how do hashtags work on different social media platforms – and how does… Continue Reading How hashtags work on social media: Twitter, Instagram & Facebook Hashtag Tips | #ChiaExplains

“Resist much, obey little; Once unquestioning obedience, once fully enslaved; Once fully enslaved, no nation, state, city, of this earth, ever afterward resumes its liberty.” This were the words of caution which the great poet Walt Whitman offered to his fellow americans for Whitman recognised that crucial to a free… Continue Reading Why Public Schools and the Mainstream Media Dumb Us Down

– I hope for her sake it’s a joke photo, (chuckles) because that’s embarrassing. – I don’t know who she was trying to impress, but she didn’t impress nobody with this. ♪ (upbeat intro) ♪ – (FBE) So, I hope you brought some paint today, because we’re catching social media… Continue Reading 10 People Caught Lying On Social Media w/ Teens | The 10s

These captions are to provide some commentary over this speedpaint! I decided to go with captions instead of text or an actual voiceover in the video because you can easily toggle YouTube subtitles Oi, thanks for enabling the captions, my fine old chap! Aight, so this is just the sketching… Continue Reading SOCIAL MEDIA PERSONIFIED (2020) 🤠 [speedpaint+commentary in captions] ((READ PINNED))

Very nice! Yes, they seem to love us! We gotta do the question. Hey, this is Ken! And Al from Dropkick Murphys! And you’re watching Radio Metal! I don’t think it’s dead. I think that Dropkick Murphys are proof that it’s not dead. It might be dead in a mainstream… Continue Reading Dropkick Murphys Hellfest – Punk is not dead – Interview by Radio Metal – Subtitles available

The spectrum of disabilities is very wide and as as technology advances, the spectrum of apps designed for this population is also very broad too and so I think what we’ve been able to do is we’ve been able to take Vanderbilt’s system and kind of help create kind of… Continue Reading Enabling Technology App Evaluation – Dean Fox – For Media Use