10 blog posts found matching keyword search for: politics in Buffalo
When Nixon and Kennedy squared off during the first televised presidential debate in 1960, it changed American politics forever. Last year brought a similar transformation--this time in the form of unfiltered tweets. The demand for first-person narrative has erupted alongside the powerful consumer technology that drives it, allowing everyday people to become influencers and public figures to leverage their following for political gain. The ways that we produce and consume content are in constant evolution, yet one common theme holds steady: fact or fiction, people want content that feels real.
Whatever happened to the inclusive attitude of "Strong enough for a man but made for a woman?" This "manly" ad for Dr. Pepper is part of a trend also taken by advertisers like Old Spice and Miller Lite in recent years to use hyper-masculenity to sell products. And of course, this tactic seems to work, but the overt messaging is controversial. Which begs the question, "Where do you Draw the Line?"
Everyone today has a smart phone and simple access to upload their videos to websites and social media channels. But skilled video professionals with higher end equipment still reign supreme when it comes to quality. And with the growing need for live video, there are more opportunities and money on the table.
Production companies are some of the hardest to advertise for if you've never advertised anything comparable. Not only are your customers, not the average Twitter or Instagram user, but most production companies need higher total items sold per exchange to ensure they're making a profit. Here are ten ways to find leads that will be more likely to turn into customers.
Before the ink is dry on your yearbook, you may already be armed with interviews and 'setiquette' tips from your mentors. Here's 9 ways to jump start your career after you graduate.
Southeast Missouri State University’s Department of Mass Media Uses Marshall Electronics for Broadcasts
Southeast Missouri State University’s Department of Mass Media is using monitors from Marshall Electronics for its curriculum as well as for its broadcasts, which include telecasts for the local CW and Fox affiliates, and for streaming of various sporting events. We got an exclusive interview with Dr. Jim Dufek, Professor, TV & Film Operations Manager, SETV Production Director, Dept. of Mass Media at Southeast Missouri State University.
Nehemiah Records is an international indie record label committed to giving a voice to the voiceless. Nehemiah Records was established by Steph Leigh Limage while she was filming a feature documentary in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake. During her adventures she wound up in the projects of Port Au Prince producing beats with artists who were living in tent cities after the earthquake. What she discovered was a pool of extremely talented artists who had no way to support them selves, through this need Nehemiah Records was born.Learn all about the movement and how you can help.
The art of costume design reaches far beyond simply selecting an outfit. While costumes do refer to the way a character dresses, they are also responsible for relaying the story of that person's joys, struggles and triumphs and present a look into the life they lead. It's in the details.
Photographer, Author, Public Speaker. These are just a few words that describe Joseph Sohm, who started as an American History Teacher and whose passion for America's past, present and future, granted him the opportunity to conceive "Visions of America," an ongoing multi-media project that aims to capture the spirit of America.
Director Matthew Wade and DP Lila Streicher are the creators behind the breakout Slamdance Film Festival feature “A Black Rift Begins to Yawn." The film tells the story of how as two former classmates dig into their deceased professor’s set of cassette tapes, which possibly contain recordings of strange signals from beyond the stars, they begin to feel memories, the chronology of time, and their identities slip into obscurity.