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    A social network service launched to the community well-known as Facebook, altered how we keep in contact today. Facebook joins more people than any other single network. The way Facebook operates is you could search and add or accept people that you know, saying how you actually know them. This then allows you to access their profile. Firstly, you can only access people’s profile that are within your community or network so they either live near you or are a friend of a friend. This is different to its competitors which build up networks where possibly people who don’t know you can access your profile. Facebook is a more of a private community as you have to authorize you know someone to allow them to access your profile. Facebook is used more by older people, such as adults and teenagers. Facebook have positive and negative features within the site.…

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    Facebook Beacon: Cool Feature or an Invasion of Privacy? Facebook launched Beacon, “a new and innovative approach to advertising” (O’Rourke, 2013, p 215) on November 6, 2007. This software has the ability to post a user’s online purchases to their Facebook pages, in essence creating advertising directed to their network of friends for the products purchased. By November 19, 2007 the group MoveOn, a political and civic organization, started a public campaign in an effort to stop Beacon citing it…

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    Free Economy Model

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    the platform companies use has moved from a physical space to digital one. This free economy or the coined ‘freemium’ model has resulted in consumers having a different outlook on how they consumer a service online. Anderson (2009) discusses how consumers do not want to buy something for $1 or even 5 cents. Selling a product or service that low does not incite consumers anymore, they want the item for free. It is a reason why online piracy is at an all-time high (Crawford, Gregg, Qiu, 2014).…

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    The Effects Of Media Violence On Children

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    see on T.V. (Ledingham). With that in mind, consider the violent content in television programs. A recent content analysis, The National Television Violence Survey, had several interesting findings in regard to violence in television programs: 1. 61% of television programs contain some violence, and only 4 percent of television programs with violent content featured an “antiviolence” theme. 2. 44% of the violent interactions on television involve perpetrators who have some attractive…

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    Digital DNA: Teenage could be vulnerable Syed Rabius Shams Let’s face a Facebook chat between a teenage boy and girl. ….. Boy: Hi, are you engaged? Girl: Excuse me, why do you ask this type of question, may I know. Boy: Otherwise I’d like to approach. Girl: approach for what? Boy: I’ve scanned your profile, like it and would approach you for affairs…. This is an existent Facebook conversation that I have had experienced. Not only for such kind of affairs but also teenage browse other profiles…

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    their imagination. It is such a FUN and INSPIRING way to live. I 've trained at various places, including getting a BFA in Theater from Chapman University, doing intensives with Shakespeare & Co and the Summer Conservatory with ACT in SF. I 've also studied improv at UCB and Groundlings. I currently train at Anthony Meindl 's Actor Workshop in Hollywood, and I will be starting at Lesly Kahn in October. What are some of your most notable or well-known works? My most notable works are The Eric…

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    She endures his antics so she can afford to pursue her dreams. So far six episodes have been filmed, with a minimum of twenty-six episodes over two seasons planned. It has been nominated as 2016 Best Pilot by WebFest Montreal. Danger Pay is also mentioned by Tubefilter as an “under-the-radar series to watch”. wp-1471994128909.png Why did you choose to go the route of YouTube to feature these shows? Webseries can be a great way to create low-budget projects. YouTube is an accessible and…

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    Virtual Reality In Film

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    members are in the presence of actors, bridging the gap between being a spectator and being more of a participant, thus can “keep the audience interested”. On this assessment, film has the freedom to produce longer and more complicated stories, but virtual reality has the ability to captivate and incorporate audiences into the story in a shorter amount of time. An issue arises in the entertainment industry around shorter films’ ability to produce profit. This stems from an interesting…

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    Cinesite Case Study

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    international, collaborative and storytelling culture with a unique voice. We have BIG dreams that we want to share with global audiences. Cinesite/Image Engine VFX incorporates the wealth of talent and creativity that is abundant in our studios. With a deep talent pool and monumental technical expertise, we’re a trusted technical partner and creative ally that can work on independent and blockbuster projects. Cinesite Animation - Our newly established animation studios in Montreal &…

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    The Girl By The Roadside

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    Mersereau’s star status, explaining that her fans would still see and enjoy it, thus proving the potential of the star system in attracting audience based on star power. Mersereau’s star power was also evident in “Motion Picture Hall of Fame” polls that graced the pages of trade magazines and placed Mersereau in the top one-hundred actors of the time, quantifiably proving her popularity ("The Motion Picture Hall of Fame."). Finally, The Girl by the Roadside demonstrated the increasing…

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