Category Archives: Fall 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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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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Evolution of Censorship on TV and the role of Family Guy by Carlea Sundin

It seems silly to think that in the 1940’s, a featherless cartoon bird was deemed too inappropriate for television, or that in the 1950’s the cameras filming Elvis Presley had to cut to a close up shot so to hide … Continue reading

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The Phenomenon of Sports

Ariana                I think because I love sports every idea that pops into my head about relevance to popular culture I think of sports. Even in Rome they had sports. There was always competition and I think it would be … Continue reading

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By: Rebecka

Instagram in Popular Culture Instagram is a relatively new photo-sharing smart phone app that launched in 2010.  The app allows users to share pictures and short videos with their “followers.”  Users are able to apply different “filters” that give the … Continue reading

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Hashtags in Popular Culture

By: Ryan They are everywhere. On advertisements, t-shirts, websites, TV, even in the news. Yes, I am referring to the legendary hashtag. Some people love them, some people hate them, but just about everyone has used or at least referred … Continue reading

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