Watching the Olympics, I’ve been struck by how many planeloads and shiploads of stuff have been sent to Rio de Janeiro. The teams, sponsors, media, tour operators and security forces have shipped mountains of food, shoes, canoes, kayaks, rowing shells, barbells, vaulting poles, horses (!), cameras, dollies, cranes and uncountable other gear. 1,095 more words
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Having completed his second year on BSc (Hons) Audio Engineering, Alex Snell has taken a year out to work for Ericsson Television in Hedge End. Alex found the placement through the Media Technology programme’s industry network and Solent University’s SMPTE chapter. 354 more words
Mass Media constructs realities based on specific sets of codes and conventions determined by the nature of each Medium. Advances in media technology combined with new approaches in physical design and manufacturing means that these constructed realities can now manifest in the material environment. 219 more words
“Winter is coming” is a metaphor understood all too well by the traditional television industry.
Large scale over-the-top platforms with their affordable anytime, anywhere convenience have an inherent advantage. 318 more words