I recently had an ESPN gig in Ferguson, MO covering a high school football team as they started their season in the midst of heated protests that stemmed from the shooting of Michael Brown. The team could not practice on their own fields, as the school was locked down as a result of the riots, looting, and the local gas station being burned. The Ram's were generous to open their practice facility for this high school team to get ready for their game.
The new arrivals for the week of August 31, 2014 are now available at the Learning Resource Center. These publications include Communication Arts, Sound on Sound, Art in America, ImagineFX, and an announcement from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Foundation. Please stop by the Learning Resource Center to review these publications!
This is THE MIC. You see, this isn’t just any mic, it is THE MIC. This is the tie that binds, the straw that stirs the drink, the color in your Kool-Aid if you will. Hip-Hop in Madison, WI hasn’t gotten a fair shake. Now I’m not placing blame or pointing my finger at officials or promoters or club owners and saying that this is your fault. I am going to take the thumb from the hand that points and recognize that thumb is pointing back at me. I am to blame for Hip-Hop not getting a fair shake in Madison, just as much as anyone else is.
The new arrivals for the week of August 17, 2014 are now available at the Learning Resource Center. These publications include Fast Company, Videomaker, American Photo, Live Sound, and A3D Artist Magazine. Please stop by the Learning Resource Center to review these publications!
Madison Media students are completing several episodes of “The People’s Law School” which is a series of shows dealing with both legal and consumer issues. The students began working with the Wisconsin Association for Justice in developing the concept of short webisodes to reach the younger audience with high impact information that is important to understand in simple terms.
Digital photography was something of a novelty when it first appeared in the 1980s, offering instant feedback but at a level of quality that barely satisfied even amateur photographers. The game changed when Nikon introduced the pro-level DCS 420 in 1991, and in 2014 virtually all photographs, amateur and professional, are made with digital cameras. No more darkrooms!
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