Rien Que Les Os: Version Française., 2015 Radio France
Rien Que Les Os: Version Française., Irène Omélianenko
Critique d'un documentaire de création conçue par l'artiste Française Floy Krouchi à Radio France en équipe avec la réalisatrice Nathalie Battus et le chef opérateur du son Bruno Mourlan (2010).
Nothing But Bones (Rien Que Les Os): A Review, 2015 Radio France
Nothing But Bones (Rien Que Les Os): A Review, Irène Omélianenko
This documentary by the French artist Floy Krouchi in collaboration with Nathalie Battus and Bruno Mourlan from Radio France is a hybrid piece that lies between music and poetic creation. It attempts to make a radiophonic connection between the mythic memory of the indigenous peoples of India and what remains today in certain pieces of music, in (people’s) memory, in singing and translation. The project began five years ago (2010) in Southern India where Floy Krouchi was then travelling. There she heard a short piece of music taken from a very ancient tradition that struck her as so strange ...
The Change In Farming: A Review, 2015 University of Wollongong
The Change In Farming: A Review, Neil Sandell
The protagonist of the CBC documentary, The Change in Farming, is an 89-year-old farmer, called Henry. We learn that his grandson, Adam, has been recording Henry’s reminiscences about farming as a way of preserving his family heritage. The program was produced in 1998 by Adam Goddard, a 25-year-old musician and composer, in collaboration with veteran CBC producer, Steve Wadhams.
Adam is more hunter-gather than farmer. He collects found sound, an artist alert to its musical possibilities. He is composing a work using Henry’s speech. We hear the elder’s reaction. And then, in an indispensable coda, the two ...
Efter Festen (After The Celebration): A Review, 2015 WDR (Westdeutscher Rundfunk)
Efter Festen (After The Celebration): A Review, Leslie Rosin
This 2002 feature is a masterpiece of our genre. On one level, the story examines how a young man called Allan told on Danish radio how he confronted his father at his 60th birthday celebration with the devastating fact that the father had abused him and his twin sister as children. But Allan’s story is also the subject of the successful Danish film The Celebration by Thomas Vinterberg, part of the Dogma Film Group founded by Lars von Trier. The feature’s title, Efter Festen, (After the Celebration) is ambiguous in Danish, the Danish word 'efter' being translatable ...
Comparative Study Of Operating Mass Media Facilities In Texas, 2015 Stephen F Austin State University
Comparative Study Of Operating Mass Media Facilities In Texas, Al Greule
Bright Ideas Conference
Mass Media programs in colleges and universities endure competition from other programs and must also take on the challenges of rapid technological changes to keep their programs up to date (or “state of the art”) for their students. The focus of each program is slightly different and technology available to the student varies greatly from institution to institution. Furthermore there is only some similarity as to how each institution grants student access to equipment and lab facilities.
This study attempts to determine the issues that are most challenging to operating academic Mass Media programs and examine the various ways programs ...
Qui A Connu Lolita: Who Killed Lolita? A Review, 2015 Battery Radio
Qui A Connu Lolita: Who Killed Lolita? A Review, Chris Brookes
The brilliant and disturbing work Qui a Connu Lolita? (Who Knew Lolita?), or as it is more provocatively titled in the authors' English translation Who Killed Lolita?, starts with a precis: voices tell us there have been three deaths, of a mother and her two children, the bodies found in their Marseilles apartment two months later.
This is a composition for radio, not a collection of easy evidence for a police dossier. Who did kill Lolita? Who is to blame? The program draws its power from suggestion, like footnotes plucked from a subterranean soundtrack. It poses uncomfortable questions and leaves ...
[Un]Happy Together: Why The Supremacy Clause Preempts State Law Digital Performance Rights In Radio-Like Streaming Of Pre-1972 Sound Recordings, 2015 Georgetown University Law Center
[Un]Happy Together: Why The Supremacy Clause Preempts State Law Digital Performance Rights In Radio-Like Streaming Of Pre-1972 Sound Recordings, Julie L. Ross
Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works
Lovers of the music of Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Etta James, and hundreds of other recording artists whose records were made before February 15, 1972, may soon have a hard time hearing these great artists on any satellite or Internet radio service. Recently, two federal district courts have found that state laws were violated when satellite radio broadcaster Sirius XM Radio included pre-1972 sound recordings in its broadcasts without the owners’ permission, but these courts did not consider-–and the parties did not argue-–how the Supremacy Clause applies to those state law claims. This article argues that state laws ...
2014 Journalism Graduate Skills For The Professional Workplace: Expectations From Journalism Professionals And Educators, 2015 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
2014 Journalism Graduate Skills For The Professional Workplace: Expectations From Journalism Professionals And Educators, Bernard R. Mccoy
Faculty Publications, College of Journalism & Mass Communications
With 2015 graduations approaching, accuracy, ethical principles, and good news judgment were identified as top skills college journalism graduates should possess for the professional workplace, according to a national survey of journalism educators and professionals. There are sharp differences, though, between respondent groups over how well college journalism programs are doing preparing journalism graduates for journalism careers, as well as the perceived importance of social media, mobile, and digital reporting skills. The survey asked journalism professionals and educators to rank skills and experiences journalism graduates need for the professional workplace. Respondents included 665 professional journalism managers, non-managers, and educators. Respondents ...
Challenges In Community Radio Development In India: Conflicting Institutional Logics, Paradoxes And Status Quo, 2015 University of Massachusetts Boston
Challenges In Community Radio Development In India: Conflicting Institutional Logics, Paradoxes And Status Quo, Anusha Chaitanya Satturu, Suhaib Riaz
Office of Community Partnerships Posters
This research specifically addressed community radio in India led by development NGOs. This is comprised of a subset of organizations in the third sector that have distinctive, shared concerns with development and poverty reduction.
From The Top, 2015 The University of Maine
From The Top, Collins Center For The Arts
Cultural Affairs Distinguished Lecture Series
"From the Top" is a show that showcases the talents of young, classically trained musicians from around the country. In this case, producers from the show auditioned young musicians from Maine. Those selected will be featured at the live performance at the Collins Center. The program is recorded and later re-broadcast on public radio stations nationwide, including MPBN.
Finding Direction Through Deployment, 2015 Wright State University - Main Campus
Finding Direction Through Deployment, Jeremy Dobbins, Will Davis
Veterans' Voices on WYSO
Veteran Harold Wright found direction in life as a result of his military service. During the Korean War, Harold was stationed in Japan. During his time there, Harold fell in love with the language and culture. Today, Wright is an award-winning poet and translator of the Japanese language.
Songs With Political Purpose: The Catalan Nova Cançó And Its Social Movement, 2015 Trinity College
Songs With Political Purpose: The Catalan Nova Cançó And Its Social Movement, Brooke Moschetto
Senior Theses and Projects
This thesis is a study of the interaction of music and politics during the social movement in Catalonia, Spain, the nova cançó. This interaction demonstrates the importance of a cultural identity, imagined communities, and cultural planning for a nation. In the case of Catalonia, the nova cançó played an immediate crucial role in the transformation of society during the last years of the extremely repressive dictatorship of Francisco Franco (1939-1975). Franco controlled Spain ideologically through censorships and power over the media in order to spread his values of a unified, homogenous, nationalist fatherland. In this way, he destroyed the Catalan ...
Military Sexual Assault Survivors Find Healing In Therapy, Education And Service, 2015 Wright State University - Main Campus
Military Sexual Assault Survivors Find Healing In Therapy, Education And Service, Allison M. Loy, Will Davis
Veterans' Voices on WYSO
According to the Department of Veteran Affairs, one in four women in the military report being sexually assaulted during their service. The numbers are even higher when unreported cases are considered. Life after Military Sexual Trauma, known as MST, can be challenging, but healing can come from finding ways to help others.
Mdocs Newsletter-2015-03-06, 1.9, 2015 Skidmore College
Mdocs Newsletter-2015-03-06, 1.9, Jordana Dym, Sam Grant 17, Sasha Abramowitz 15, Jasmyn Elise Story 15
No abstract provided.
Breaking Into The Business: A Guide To Creating A Dynamic Resume Reel And Securing A Job In Today’S Television News Industry, 2015 California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
Breaking Into The Business: A Guide To Creating A Dynamic Resume Reel And Securing A Job In Today’S Television News Industry, Christina Favuzzi
Broadcast journalists are experiencing turbulence in their field of expertise due to increasing digitalization and decreased funding. It is becoming commonplace for reporters to work as one-man-bands, or “multimedia journalists,” shooting and editing their own video in addition to writing and reporting. For people looking to begin a career in the highly competitive broadcast news industry, there is a great deal of information to understand and consider prior to beginning the job search. Creating a dynamic resume reel is central to landing a job as an on-air reporter. However, with the development of digital-first and multimedia journalism, there are certain ...
Parenting During Deployment, 2015 Wright State University - Main Campus
Parenting During Deployment, Jeremy Dobbins, Will Davis
Veterans' Voices on WYSO
One of most challenging times for young children in military families is the deployment of a parent. The Veterans' Voices series examines a doctor’s separation from her newborn daughter, and the unique challenges she faced as a mother in the military.
Dogs Help Veterans Cope With Ptsd, 2015 Wright State University - Main Campus
Dogs Help Veterans Cope With Ptsd, Allison M. Loy, Will Davis
Veterans' Voices on WYSO
Approximately 300,000 Post-9/11 veterans are identified as having post-traumatic stress disorder in this country but it’s estimated that only 1 in 3 asks for help. For those who do, different kinds of therapy can help to manage the after effects of trauma. Many veterans find comfort from pets.
A Wwii Veteran Shares His Stories In Person, Via Social Media, 2015 Wright State University - Main Campus
A Wwii Veteran Shares His Stories In Person, Via Social Media, Jeremy Dobbins, Will Davis
Veterans' Voices on WYSO
Jim "Pee Wee" Martin, an World War II Army Veteran, parachuted into Normandy on the 70th Anniversary of the D-Day Invasion at the age of 93. Jim was in the now famous 506th parachute infantry regiment featured in the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers. He was nicknamed “Pee Wee” because he was the lightest man in the unit. At the end of the war, Jim returned to Xenia to build a house, raise a family, and live a modest life. But when Jim got online and connected with social media, his popularity reached celebrity status.
Montgomery County's Veterans Treatment Court Offers Opportunity For A Second Chance, 2015 Wright State University - Main Campus
Montgomery County's Veterans Treatment Court Offers Opportunity For A Second Chance, Allison M. Loy, Will Davis
Veterans' Voices on WYSO
For veterans, reintegration back into civilian life after military service can be traumatic. Many vets make this transition successfully, but for others it’s very difficult, and some even commit crimes as a result of service-related trauma. Rather than let these men and women get lost in the criminal justice system, the Veterans Treatment Court was created – and courts like these are happening more around the country.
The ‘New’ Heidegger, 2015 Fordham University
The ‘New’ Heidegger, Babette Babich
Articles and Chapters in Academic Book Collections
If discussion of “new” approaches to Martin Heidegger contradicts Heidegger’s own indictment of the passion for “novelty” in philosophy, today’s Black Notebooks scandal reminds us of the ontic problem of new news. Indeed the backwards working evidence of the notebooks kept before, during, and after WWII both vindicates and problematizes his notion of temporality temporalizing from the future -- lapsing into the past -- setting up what is now regarded as patent in the present. Simultaneously, we see that if heretofore many philosophers of technology sought to dismiss engagement with Heidegger’s critique of technology, these critical contributions turn out ...