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     As the deepest part of night settles in...immerse yourself into a world full of dangers & adventure listening to Midnight Dn’D! 

  • Midnight DND 2020 - Episode 7

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    Will our heroes survive this encounter or forever be changed?

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  • Midnight DND 2020 - Episode 6

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    After deafeating the witch of episode 5 shall our heroes continue to use their bodies as weapons? Or eachother?

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  • Midnight DND 2020 - Episode 5

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    Our adventures take the road waaaay less traveled. Will they find what they are looking for? Or are they doomed to crue fate?

     

    Immerse yourself into a world full of dangerous combat and chilling adventures alongside five unique and incredible characters while listening to Midnight Dn’D!

     

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  • Midnight DND 2020 - Episode 4

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    Plot twist... sorted out?

    In episode 4 walk the line of danger & reward with our heroes. 

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  • Midnight DND 2020 - Episode 3

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    Plot twist...

    ...immerse yourself in a world full of danger... from bowls of soup...?

    in episode 3 search with our team thru the hazards of the most important meal of the day.

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  • Midnight DND 2020 - Episode 2

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    The clock strikes 12...immerse yourself in a world full of danger... in episode 2 uncover the uncomfortable truth in your path!

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  • Midnight DND 2020 - Episode 1

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    As the deepest part of night settles in...immerse yourself into a world full of dangerous combat and chilling adventures alongside five unique and incredible characters while listening to Midnight Dn’D!

     

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    Our Dungeons and Dragons version 3.5 podcast features Dalton as the dungeon master and the following characters.

      

    -Ralphyra Liadon (voiced by senior Elizabeth) a rogue wood elf destined to become rich while maintaining dark secrets.

    See the character:  Ralphyra the Elf

     -Crollo Belialuin (voiced by senior Colton) He is a Sorcerer elf determined to learn all he can about the magic in the world and become powerful.

    See the character: Crollo the half-elf (half-human?)

     -Finn (Voiced by senior Brandon) He is a homebrew elf fighter who wants to learn about the world and how his fighting skills compare to others.

    See the character: Finn the skilled.

     -Erazio Kandai (voiced by senior Raymond ) He is a half orc/elf fighter hoping to be of use to the campaign as it progresses.

    See the character: Erazio the Orc

     -Hank the Tank (voiced by Senior Cameron) He is a human monk who’s main goal is to fight cool foes.

    See the character: Hank the Tank

     

     

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  • #5 | Retro Week| Games Change the way We Think

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  • #4 | PC Week Game News | Among Us to Xbox

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  • #3 | PC Week Game News | CD Projekt & Rockstar are the Same!

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    This week on JWCP,  Jonathan and Wyette breakdown the majority of the public out lash on Cyberpunk and Rockstar Games for their newest updates. As we look down the road, Cyberpunk has been receiving news that their game hasn't been working as intended on older generation consoles like the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One. Rockstar Games, the creator of the GTA series, isn't looking too good either with the new GTA V DLC as the community is not surprised that they were let down once again.

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  • #2 | Consoles Week | Microsoft is the New Apple?

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    This week on JWCP, Jonathan and Wyette have a special guest star, Mason Bellone. In this episode we go over the current state of console wars, PS4 and Xbox One exclusive games, the future for crossplay games, and how virtual reality is changing the future for gaming and possibly many other careers. In recent news for gaming, Minecraft is a hot topic as the community is thriving as Mojang is dead set on making Minecraft just right for its players and has an outstanding response record making it easily one of the best games of this problem-ridden year. We reflect on times of frustration and pain bringing up games like Call of Duty PlayStation wise and Halo for Xbox. Unsure of new policies Sony has come out with we put our thinking caps on and try to come up with more community-friendly ways gaming can be a safe and fun place for everyone without infringing on our privacy and making users feel restricted while playing their favorite games.

     

     

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  • #1 | Retro Week | Gaming Teaches Reading

    by petersjm@wjsh915.org Length: 40

    A Podcast Hosted by Jonathan and Wyette to cover the vast topic of Video Games. Our goal is to allow students to come into the AVR world by giving them an area they can feel comfortable in with Video Games being their outlet and our inlet..

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    The BSB brings you the wide-world of sports!

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    Media in the Making - Student Podcast

     

     

    Media in the Making is a podcast series informing people how evolving media has impacted culture.

     

    Each episode looks at important pieces of media, from 1600 to 2020, throughout history to learn how it has affected our culture. Relax as our podcast series dives into history, from the invention of the telephone and the golden age of radio, to modern cell phones, apps, and social media. Media in the Making - where media and culture are always changing.

  • The Original Kodak Camera

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    In this episode we take a step back to 1888, the year the Kodak camera was introduced. The Kodak was instrumental in bringing photography to the public, and it's impact on modern culture was immense.

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  • Ding! The Rise of the iPhone and Social Media

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    Have you ever wondered how your cell phone changed the way we connect with each other? In this episode of Media in the Making, you will learn how the iPhone and social media made a cultural impact from 2006 to 2010. The iPhone combined multiple devices, changed the way we communicated, and made social media advance, unlike any mobile device had ever before.

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  • TikTok on the Clock

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    In this episode, we leap into the affects TikTok has had on society, which may seem insignificant at first; but, we guarantee it won't be after you hear what we have to say.

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  • Feeling Googley?

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    Wondering if googley is a word? I bet Google could help you find out…On this episode of Media in the Making, take a deep dive into the concept of Google, the search engine everyone knows about. Google has long been the thing people use to answer the sometimes odd questions they come up with every day. But, it is more commonly used as a research tool; and, since it’s birth, it has become more and more prevalent in our society. Let’s give this a look!

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  • Straight Outta’ Harvard

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    In our episode of Media in the Making, we’ll be talking about Facebook. A simple social media website created by a college student that skyrocketed in users, turning into the multi-billion dollar, international company that we see today. More specifically, we will be talking about how Facebook changed our culture.

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  • Present Occurrences - A Newspaper

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    Exploring how newspapers have impacted our culture and present day media. We will dive in to understand the first ever newspaper, Publick Occurrences, and adventure through time to show how newspaper has evolved so much of the media that we are familiar with today.

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  • Postmates Progression in Media

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    Hungry? Your first instinct would probably be to order food from a place like a DoorDash, Grubhub, or Postmates, right? During this podcast, you’ll be learning about when Postmates would be useful and its different features, but I will also talk about how and why Postmates is just the start to the way media is evolving. Before we start are you still hungry?

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  • The Stepping Stones of Media

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    For this episode of Media in the Making, we will go into how the invention of the printing press changed the course of our culture. We will go back to the 1600's and follow the development of the printing press itself, as well as our culture. After listening to this episode, we hope you realize, the printing press was a major stepping stone for media and how we utilize it.

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  • TikTok Changed the World

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    Tik Tok affects culture because it is all around the world and a lot of people are on it daily for an hour or so. The culture of TikTok started in 2016 and in 2018 Musical.ly and TikTok merged into one big app and expanded the culture, and the culture will continue to expand in the years to come.

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  • The Facebook Faze

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    This episode is about how Facebook has changed peoples' lives and culture. We also go in depth on how Mark Zuckerburg has changed in many ways.

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  • Hey Siri!

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    Hey Siri what's this podcast about?... It's about how Siri has changed our culture's evaluation. In this podcast, I would like to enlighten you on some of Siri’s new built in features, how those features have changed our culture from 2011 to present day, including people who have iPhones or Apple smart homes. Siri is your helpful assistant that's only a touch or, in this case, your voice away.

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  • The Cable TV Times

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    This episode is about the evolution of cable television. It teaches you about important dates in the cable television world, and how it has affected society.

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  • Media...Culture...Inspiration...KDKA!

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    This is Breaking news! Where can we put our commercial? You might be wondering where commercials, and radio broadcasting all came from. It's the KDKA! The first ever radio commercial broadcasting company to go live; people have even built off of what KDKA started. Not only that, but it has changed lives and cultures. Tune in to find out if your culture (maybe your life too?) has been changed by the KDKA.

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  • How Radio Changed the World

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    The entertainment use of radios has been around for over 100 years. In this episode, we will be looking at a brief history - how radios were popularized, what they were used for, and how they influenced culture so heavily by uniting people across nations.

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  • Boot Phone Media

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    In 1973 the mobile prototype was a shoe and a 2 ½ pound phone. The mobile phone was originally invented by Martin Cooper. He would continuously change the design over and over again. He eventually was able to invent the mobile ‘shoe’ phone. It was a handheld phone; however, it was so large that it was almost heavier than a regular shoe. The clunky design was easy to carry at first but it eventually did get heavy after a while. The pocket-sized mobile phone has shrunk and grown for years and still fluctuates back and forth today, but with more advanced technology features.


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  • Climbing the Vine

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    In this episode of Media in the Making, you will learn more about the social media service called Vine. You will learn of some of the more famous users and hear some famous Vine clips, and you might actually even recognize these clips, whether or not you use vine, for they have extended even past the platform on which they were born.

    Afterwards, you will learn of the controversy around another service named TikTok, and the ban being discussed, the ban being made by Trump. Do you agree with Trump that TikTok might be selling your data to the Chinese government? All this and more in this episode of Media in the Making.

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  • The Radio Craze

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    In this podcast, we talk about the history of radio. We studied the history of radio from 1901-1945. Radio has changed how we look at and listen to the media.

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  • The Telephone Rings

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    In this episode, you will learn all about the creation of the telephone. Starting from the days of the delivery birds to now - the unlimited calls.

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  • Instagram's Ascendance

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    When you think of Instagram you may think of DM's, photos, and followers; but, there is so much more to Instagram than you may know. Instagram has had many positive and negative influences on cultures, from cancel culture to scandals to spreading new music, styles, and trends. These have affected a lot of people from the start, and today we are here to talk about it!

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  • Who's Calling? The iPhone

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    In today’s episode, two CCHS students take a deep dive into the iPhone's amazing history. This episode looks at the impacts of the iPhone on culture and in the phone industry as a whole.

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  • Seeing Through History

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    Many people have heard about Google's new pair of futuristic glasses. But many people don't know why it failed overall as a product. Today, we will be going over its story and why Google stopped selling their optimistic pair of glasses to the public. We will also be talking about how it could create big opportunity in near future.

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  • The Golden Age of American Radio

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    In this day and age, we as a culture are familiar with today's advanced style of media. In this episode, will talk about everything from the very first radio broadcast, to why the radio was such a hit in American households. Join us as we go back in time and see how the radio affected culture in 1930.

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  • The Impact of Radio on Culture

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    This episode dives into the thought of how radio media has affected today’s culture. Today the radio is a very popular form of media. This episode discusses how the radio from 1946-1990 had a big impact in the world and went viral.

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  • Look it up!

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    In today’s world, it couldn’t be any easier to look up information on the Internet. The Google search engine has affected our culture since its invention, and it has revolutionized the way that we search for information on the Internet. Join Sean Bledsoe, Evan Krick, and Lainey Wooley in this episode of Media in the Making as they discuss the past, present, and future of Google.

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  • Who is Western Electric?

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    Today on Media in the Making, our episode covers the basics of what Western Electric has done to solely progress the evolution of telecommunication and help kick start one of the biggest telemarketing companies in the world! We also look at a telephone product, the Model 50AL Candlestick, and why it was important.

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    The CIR Midnight D&D Radio Show is the place for joining in an adventurous journey of heroic acts and mystical tall-tales.

     

    Listen to the storytelling as the game of chance crawls thru unexplored lands & tales of legends.

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