Monthly Archives: November 2013

Music In Movies

by Rebecka Landowski Music in movies has come an extremely long way since the beginning of the moving picture. Movies started as moving pictures only.  Black and white film and no sound.  After the 1930s, when sound and music were … Continue reading

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Gay on Television: Does Hollywood shape the way we view controversial issues? by Sierra Pruitt

  Now more than ever, there has been an increase of gay characters on television. Not only an increase in characters but also an increase in television ratings. Television shows like “Modern Family” thought that they would go down in … Continue reading

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Week 9 Topic Selection Blog Entry – Hoang Lan Doan

Hoang Lan Doan Dr. Osborn Popular Culture 25 November 2013 Week 9 Topic Selection Blog Entry             TV and film has definitely evolved over time. In the book that we read in class “The Hunger Games”, it is similar to … Continue reading

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Everchanging TV and Film Industry by Hayley Saccareccia

In our lives, we have seen the entertainment world evolve in the forms of: television, film, media, etc.. In class we have talked about many concepts that reflect this topic of TV and film evolution. Some of these concepts are: … Continue reading

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Television Evolution by Samantha

Television has evolved in so many ways over time. Just as we as a society has evolved, television has evolved with us. In present day we have moved away from the traditional sense of men being more influential or powerful … Continue reading

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Loren Knuths

Television Evolution in Pop Culture   Though the years since its creation, television has grown and evolved from something of a small rarity in households to a main core aspects in many lives. In the 1940’s during the early years … Continue reading

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How TV has Evolved Over the Past 80 Years

By: Ryan TV has changed a great deal since its invention in the 1930’s. We as a society have gone from a few channels and very simple programming in the early days of the Television, to today’s more narrowcasting view … Continue reading

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