History of Broadcast
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History of Broadcast

How Did We Get Here? A cultural look at broadcast media from 19teens to Present Day.
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Created by Kamala Appel
Last updated 1/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • 8 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Have a better understanding of the historical aspects that have shaped and led to our current state of broadcast media. We will explore technical advances, audience reach, interplay between the producers and audience, cultural climate, key players, and policies that influence broadcast works at the of their release.
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Requirements
  • This class is primarily a supplement to an existing offline or hybrid class. You do not have to be enrolled as a student at DVC, but it may make more sense.
Description

This course is a supplement to a course I teach offline and as a hybrid at DVC. The video content exists to assist students in absorbing the course content in a manner that is visual and self-paced. The content is open to anyone with an interest in learning more about the history of broadcast which includes the following aspects: technical advances, key players, influential policies, and the cultural climate that influenced and was influenced by the broadcast content. We will also look at the relationship between the producers/ creators and the audience. 

Who is the target audience?
  • Students enrolled in my offline or hybrid HISTORY OF BROADCAST class at DVC (but others are welcome).
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Curriculum For This Course
17 Lectures
03:35:16
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Start Here: Time Period I 19teens thru Great Depression
4 Lectures 45:05

This is just the introductory video welcoming you to the class so that you know you are signed up for the right class.

Preview 02:07


use this study sheet as you review chapters 4 and 5 or video lecture 3 and 4

Time Period I: Radio Days 1926 to 1930
14:26

Time Period I: Golden Age of Radio 1930s
14:50
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Time Period II: WWII to the Movements
7 Lectures 01:35:36

first of two videos looking at the war effort

Time Period II: 1941 to 1945 War Effort (pt 1 of 2)
14:55

Time Period II: 1941 to 1945 War Effort (pt 2)
14:21

This is the first of two videos 

Time Period II: 1945 to 1954 Post War Years (pt 1 of 3)
15:00

Time Period II: 1945 to 1954 Post War Years (pt 2)
15:00

Time Period II: 1945 to 1954 Post War Years (pt 3)
08:25

Time Period II: 1955 to 1964 Pressure Pot (pt 1 of 2)
14:49

Time Period II: 1955 to 1964 Pressure Pot (pt 2)
13:06
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Time Period III: Movements to Implementation
6 Lectures 01:14:35

use this study sheet as review chapter 9 or while watching videos 12 and 13

Time Period III: 1965 to 1975 The Movements (pt 1 of 2)
15:00

Time Period III: 1965 to 1975 The Movements (pt 2)
14:06

use this study sheet for chapter 10 or while viewing video lecture 14 and 15

Time Period III: 1976 to 1984 Implementation (pt 1 of 2)
14:41

Time Period III: 1976 to 1984 Implementation (pt 2)
05:51

use this study sheet as you review chaper 11 or video lectures 16 and 17

Time Period III: 1985 to 1995 New Competition (pt 1 of 2)
14:31

Time Period III: 1985 to 1995 New Competition (pt 2)
10:26
About the Instructor
Kamala Appel
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Go beyond the talking head. Go in documentary style with Kamala Appel, aka "the key" in KEA Productions.

Kamala Appel is not just a hack with a camera. She is a graduate of Yale University and the USC School of Cinematic Arts. Ms. Appel also has a certificate in search engine optimization from SEO-in-Practice.

Her industry knowledge goes beyond theory with over 10 years of practical experience. She has worked at Universal Studios and ICM, one of the biggest talent agencies in Hollywood. She is a member of the Producers’ Guild of America. She is also an award-winning documentary producer and non-fiction author who knows to help businesses attract and entertain their target audience with documentary style web video. 

And for those to think that people who can do can't teach, think again. Ms. Appel has successfully shared knowledge and experience with students offline at the high school and college levels as faculty in the Film and Multimedia departments. Her teaching skills will help you learn the skills you need to know in a manner that you can actually absorb and apply the material.