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  • #6 | Games Review | Steam Awards has some Explaining to do!

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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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    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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    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 Future is Calling!

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    The Future is Calling!

    Have you ever wondered how cell phones first started? Well introducing the Nokia 900…this phone is the purpose for starting it all. In today’s society, having a phone is simply common. Looking at the past, some differences need to be compared. In today’s episode, the comparison, history, and features of this amazing phone may wow you. As many people would say, “History has changed” and the phone is just one example of that. .

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  • Where‌ ‌It‌ ‌All‌ ‌Began

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    Begin!

    How much do you know about Facebook? I will tell you about the stuff you might not heard about Facebook. How Facebook has become a thing and some of the ups and downs. Where the website came from. Just a little more understanding of what went on with Facebook from 2006-2010. 

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  • New Smartphone Prices are, CRAZY!

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    New Smartphone Prices are, CRAZY!

    Do you think that $1,100 for a new phone is fair? We talk about the evolution of wireless tech and how it’s becoming an importance of society. We explain how global communication, like new smartphones, and wireless technology impacted the world. Let me ask you something, aren’t you glad you have TV to watch when you get home? Same. I hope you can enjoy this podcast and learn something new.

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  • TV in the 50’s, Breaking Society

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    Breaking Society

    Television may have been invented in the 1920’s, but it didn’t make its debut into society until the 50’s. In fact, many American citizens were excited for something new and entertaining to come into their world. But tensions and controversy began to rise when people noticed a problem with television shows. The rise of rock and roll caused problems for TV and Uproars in society. Come on a journey to hear some popular shows, facts, and a shocking plot twist in the television world. A plot twist so big that it was one of the main reasons society and culture changed forever. 

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  • Pacific War

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    War

    You’re constantly informed. Today’s information is way different from the media years ago. If you were to step back in time, would you be changed if what you saw or heard made you think twice? In this podcast, we talk about the importance of media from 1941-1945, also known as WWII. So listen, and take a deep dive into what happened years ago.

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  • The Secret History Of 20th-Century Movies

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    The Secret History Of 20th-Century Movies

     This is the 20th-century calling and it has been a while since we stepped back in time and saw how technology has changed movies. Sound, color, special effects, and CGI’s have revolutionized the cinema world forever. Just like many other million-dollar industries technology has changed the face of movie-making. From the ways movies get made, to how they are edited, to the ways audiences watch them. You can learn a lot just from watching a movie so let us rewind the clock just 20 years ago and uncover the mystery of movies. 

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    Today's Texting

    Have you ever been in serious danger? Well, texting has the ability to help with that, along with many other things. Pretty much everybody texts nowadays, and it's become a big part of our culture, with people of all ages using it. Today's texting is advanced and ever-changing. Texts have evolved all throughout these last 29 years and has even saved multiple lives, but one last question, how?

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  • A New Era of Movie’s Sound

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      A New Era of Movie’s Sound 

     

    Have you ever wondered how movies got a voice? Well, I’m here to tell you how the spectacular Jazz Singer revolutionized sound. The first movie with talking and was given the title of “talkie” - a movie with voices-. A new sound system called the Vitaphone made the theatre full of soul. People were finally able to hear songs with voices on screen. So, come along and join me while we take a look into the evolution of movie sounds. 

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  • Online Shopping Famously

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    Online Shopping Famously 

    How do companies like Amazon make a big impact on today’s culture? Amazon had announced in 1991  that they will sell products online from now on. So, why do people love the online shopping thing, or why do people hate it? There is a big amount of people in the world that use online shopping, and of those people that use is 23.1% of the world. In this podcast, I take a deeper dive into why online shopping became famous. 

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  • Xbox and PlayStation 4 Impact on History

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    Xbox and PlayStation 4 Impact on History

    What do you know about the gaming industry? Is the gaming culture getting better or worse when the ps4 and Xbox One came out in 2016? If you own a Ps4 or an Xbox One do you know of some cultural changes happening by these consoles?  If you do that's great but in this episode I’m going to talk about if the cultural change of these consoles were good or bad.

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  • A Double-Edged Sword: Marketing in the 1920s

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    A Double-Edged Sword: Marketing in the 1920s

    Have you ever picked up a magazine and read, “If men hate the sight of you, read this!” Marketing in the 1920s looked very different from present day ads. Marketing has always subconsciously affected women, but in the 1920’s it was a whole other level. In this episode, we explore how magazines affected consumerism and the lives of everyday women. So, listen to this podcast and be swept back into the age of jazz and strange marketing tactics. 

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  • Have you been Traced!

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    Have you been Traced!

    “It appears that you have been within a 6 feet radius for more than 15 minutes of someone who has tested positive!” How exactly does this work? Well there has been a new development, a COVID 19 contact tracing app. This is a game changer to keep everyone safe, and get everything back to “normal.” Have you been traced?

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  • The Truth on Tiktok

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    The Truth on Tiktok

    When thinking about 2020, viral Tiktoks come to mind. For many, Tiktok brought hope - and even faith - in a year filled with uncertainty. It served as an outlet for jokes and casual conversation about the unfamiliar problem of the pandemic. Arkansas Tiktoker Christian Greer (@officialcgreer) explains his take on Tiktok and its impact on media and culture. Tune in for the truth on Tiktok.  

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  • Radio Rave

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    Radio Rave

    Sports, soap box car races, dance marathons… Staying busy during the 30’s with the worries you had about the war could make it difficult to enjoy your life and have fun. But, with the help of a specific “sound machine”, lives were changed for the greater good. Let’s take a step back in time to the 30’s and look at the Great Depression and really take a deep dive into the way media worked. The radio was the greatest source of entertainment at the time and it greatly helped the future of media itself. In this podcast, we will take a look at the creation of the radio and how it evolved throughout the Great Depression. Media is always changing, and this is the story of how the radio proved that point. 

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  • Politics on Screen - Sight is Subconscious

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    Politics on Screen - Sight is Subconscious

    Television is a thing we use almost every day, and we’ve started to take it for granted. How so? Well, most people don’t bat an eye when they see political figures on-screen, but if you look a little deeper, you can see how the introduction of this visual medium had ripple effects through the polls…  and people didn’t even realize. In fact, things as simple as clothing colors could turn the tide of an election. Take a listen to this episode of Media in the Making, where we look at how visual media has forever changed the thoughts of American voters.

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  • Can these Roomba-looking things really Save People?

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    Can these Roomba-looking things really Save People?

    Unstable Ladybug or Roomba? Short answer: neither. Long answer a military company called DARPA made these weird-looking robots that the public described as unstable ladybugs, but that’s not their actual title. Their actual name is Centibots. Now let’s talk about that.

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  • What is an iPod? A look at what it was and what it did in 2001

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    What is an iPod? 

    In this day and age, not many kids or people know about the iPod or how a little handheld phone got us to where we are today. But in this episode, we will go more in-depth on how the iPod came to be. We will also talk to you about all the things the iPod did and how it came to be a big part of people’s lives at the time. Now join us as we go back in time and look at the iPod. 

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  • Bounce back to the 80s.

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    Bounce back to the 80s. 

    In this episode, we take a leap back in time to the 80s. We’ll be talking about TV, the creation of cable television, and what it had to hold for people living in the 80s. What would’ve it been like to live with this new creation that came out of nowhere ? Or the effect it had on people that made it so game-changing? Pop in and find out a little more about the thing you use every day.  

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  • The Fall of MySpace

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     The Fall of MySpace 

    When thinking of platforms with a major influence on social media, MySpace is sure to be one that comes to mind… right? Well if it isn’t that’s understandable because the platform has definitely fallen far from its peak, which was in the 2000s. The reasons behind that fall in popularity are what will be talked about in this podcast. Myspace is not the only platform talked about in this podcast though. Facebook is also talked about because of how impactful it was on MySpace. There is also an extra bit of information at the end, but you’ll have to find out what it is on your own. 

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  • The History of the Sony Walkman

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    The History of the Sony Walkman

    Around 1979 the Sony Walkman was released, there were thousands of people rushing to the store to get the Walkman. There were some downfalls of this device. When the device boosted up for 40 dollars to 200 within a year. The Sony Walkman was a new tech thing, it being only 1979, almost 1980. My Grandparents did own a Sony Walkman but then later sold it for 100 dollars. However the Sony Walkman was also a prime deal at the time of its release. Sony is still making them today but with more tech to them such as when the first came out it was just a button, now they are just touch screens because they had to move on in our generation.

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  • Tuning Into the Golden Ages How Television Changed the World

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    Tuning Into the Golden Ages How Television Changed the World

    Over their lifetime, the average American will spend more the 78,000 hours, over 3250 days in front of a television in their lifetime; but, what if I told you that may have been different if not for the “Golden Ages” and the rise in popularity of one of the most addicting forms of mass media. In this episode, we’ll be taking a look at how television became mainstream.I’ll also be taking a look at how the newfound wealth and financial prosperity of the post war 1950’s changed the way we get our news, weather, sports, and entertainment we’ve come to know, depend on, and love. So join myself, Drew Radosevich, on a trip back in time, to the “Golden Ages”, where we will tune in to the rise of television in the 1950’s.

     

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  • The Race Against The World: Analog to Digital TVs

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    The Race Against The World  

    Have you ever wondered why our world is always changing technology? Well, in this podcast you will hear and learn about the change of the TV from 2006 to 2010. Technology has changed in this world and our lives. So, let's start with why we switched from analog to digital TVs. America has always seemed to have a friendly race with the rest of the world. On who can keep up with the progression of technology. Listen now!!! 

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  • Social Media Advertising

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    Social Media Advertising

    In this podcast,I’m going to look at how advertising on social media affected businesses in the past. I will also be looking at advertising on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Facebook is one of the best social media platforms to advertise on, says small businesses. Instagram is okay to advertise on because businesses only get paid when they reach their target audience. Twitter is one of the harder social media platforms to advertise on, says small businesses, So out of all three of them, Facebook is the best social media platform to advertise on.

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  • Time Travel, Television, & The Changing Times

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    Time Travel, Television, & The Changing Times

    We watch the news and debates almost on a daily basis in our regular lives, but what did politics look like when television was new? I traveled back in time to see for myself how principle people and movements of the 40’s used the newfound media to their advantage. I go back and witness firsthand the televised debates in the 1960s election and how the candidates dealt with the new variable of politics. Later on we jump forward and listen to Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous “I have a Dream” speech and analyze how the civil rights movement used images to help drive their cause. I take two different forms of politics and analyze them. Join us for our time-traveling experience to see how the political actions in the 1940s influenced media in the present day.

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  • Streaming rises to the top!

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    Streaming rises to the top!

    Some people forget about the shows and movies you can stream with the apps and websites. The streaming apps such as Hulu and Netflix are great, but there are more out there. In this episode, we will talk about exactly that, the streaming services for shows and movies, let’s jump into it together!

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  • The Influence of YouTube (Not Clickbait)

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    The Influence of YouTube (Not Clickbait)

    YouTube has changed culture all over the world with all of the offering features it holds such as live streams, comments and poll options.  In this podcast, we talk about how YouTube has affected the generations in our world and in our daily lives. You may start to question the impact of relatable features that you may have never thought about before. We will be looking at the app and many of its driving features while discussing how our world can benefit from each one.

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  • The 80’s: Pacman Craze

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    The 80’s: Pacman Craze

    It was a big part of the 80’s because here 30-40 years later Pacman is still a thing”, Scott Kreiger, current Eagle Tech Academy teacher, says about his own experience as a teen in the 80’s. In this podcast, we’ll talk about Pacman’s effect on culture and its effect on Scott Kreiger’s life as a teen. Pacman craze is a episode created to open our eyes to how crazy Pacman really was.

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  • The Life-Changing Years for iPhone Users

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    Life-Changing iPhone

    Steve Jobs has had a HUGE impact on my life, your life, and even your elders’ lives. Life-changing years for almost everyone who was interested in smartphones were 2007-2010. iPhones were a huge advancement to be released in 2007, the world has changed in so many ways and won't ever be the same because of iPhones. In this podcast, I’m going to take you back to 2007 and show you what life was really like before iPhones. iPhones have been and will continue to change our lives until the day they stop working.

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  • Tuning into a new sound: rise of the radio.

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    The new sound.

    This podcast is about how the radio was first invented, I’ll also talk about what radio was first used for and how it evolved into what it is today.

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  • War vs Film: The Turning Point of the War

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    War vs Film: The Turning Point of the War

    “My mother thanks you. My father thanks you. My sister thanks you. And I thank you.” Films and quotes from movies like Yankee Doodle Dandy, were released at the peak of World War II. In a time where everything was stressful, films were the light for the American population. In this podcast, we will explore what caused this light and how it helped America in the war.

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  • Learning in a flash!

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    Learning in a flash!

    Have you ever used a flash drive to transport a file or song? Well, have you ever wondered how such a little piece of tech has become a staple in our everyday lives at work as well as at home. in this episode I’ll walk you through the very interesting and obscure history of flash technology and how the creator ended up in a 9 million dollar lawsuit with Toshiba. This lawsuit was caused by years of aggression between a corporation and one man. I’ll also explain how this man's invention of flash technology changed the way media was transported and viewed forever. This is Learning in a flash 

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  • The Power of One: A Woman’s War

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     The Power of One: A Woman’s War

    The Second Wave of Feminism started in the 60s but continued through the 70s. A powerful media, which helped Women fight for gender equality and equal rights, was Print Media, and Journalism, which gave women a platform.

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    during the 1970s was Gloria Steinem. A quote from Gloria who said, “A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.”

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  • 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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