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Friday, April 8, 2011

interview paper

Almost every person growing up goes through it, College. In the past paying for college was doable. Today, people are still paying for their college debt in their 40’s. College tuition is rising every year, draining more and more money out of young people lives.
If you are not one of the lucky few that had their parents save money for college or just filthy rich, most likely you are the one paying for your college loans and such.
( Show college students walking about)
(Paul  N.)
College tuition is rising because of many factors. One major reason is the grants and loans that the government hands out so easily. Another reason is general inflation and the amount of funding for colleges.
( Show more students doing their own thing)

(Andy M)
The price of college is depressing. It just doesn’t seem right to walk out into the world and immediately owe debt. It’s ridiculous.

(Fade)
(show stressed out students studying)
(Andy M)
What’s also ridiculous is that the tuition costs are rising during a recession to make things worse. These days college students can’t afford anything besides the essentials.

(show a common dorm)

(Mark N.)
Most jobs today require degrees, even mediocre jobs won’t consider you if you don’t have one. You can’t do anything about the costs, but you can lessen them by taking on multiple jobs in your free time, apply for grants, financial aid or scholarships as possible, you would be stupid not to. The next best thing is starting out in a community college then trasferring to another school. It saves you a lot of money if you aren't worried about missing out on the college dorm experience.
(Fade)

Monday, April 4, 2011

truman paper


“Good morning, and in case I don't see ya, good afternoon, good evening, and good night!”  is one of the many memorable quotes from the enjoyable and thought provoking movie, The Truman Show. I liked the movie because it had great actors, a good story and good music.
Music is important in all movies and shows, without it it would be plain like a black and white movie. Music contributes a lot to the mood of a movie. Speedy and loud music makes action scenes that much more tense. If scary movies had no music then it wouldn’t even be all that exciting or frightening. For scenes in the movie, the music sets the mood and feeling. The music stops during the part where Truman reaches the wall to dramatize the “end”. I also liked the Truman sleeps song with the piano. It was soothing and kind of beautiful. The movie and music deserved to win the golden globe award.
The movie makes you think a lot. This movie is realistic in a way because of internets sites like twitter and facebook and myspace, but they don’t show that much video and they don’t show every second of the person’s life. The people also get to choose what is seen or heard. I guess in a way the Truman Show is similar to todays reality shows and mtv. However there is a big difference; the people on mtv know that they are on camera and the shows seem very scripted and fake to me. If there was a show like this I would watch it. It would be highly unlikely in real life to have a show like the Truman show because how would they not know about that many camera’s and it would cost way too much, how would they build a mini world. Also the show would not be that exciting. I do like the concept of the movie and I thought it was enjoyable to watch.
I liked how the movie ended. I liked how it was ambiguous and was left up to the viewer to interpret the ending. I liked how Truman was able to escape the world that was created for him and became free of Christofs control. I also liked the humor that was incorporated by the two security guards. It also reminded me of how quickly people can be forgotten which is kind of sad. I liked how the movie went in a full circle. Truman says the same quote in the beginning and the end. I did want to see what happened to Truman and Sylvia though. The viewers probably went back to doing their own thing or went to watch another show.
The movie was really good and I’ve never seen anything like it before. It makes you wonder what if people actually made a show like that or if your life is scripted or something. Good morning, and in case I don't see ya, good afternoon, good evening, and good night!

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

cam tech

Notetaking on Camera Techniques

INTERVIEWING:
• What seven items should you bring with you when you are shooting an interview?
(Clocks Tick Tock Making Heads Pound Loudly)
Camera
Tapes
Tripod
Microphone- heard not seen, hang loose symbol distance away
Headphone
Power source
Lights

• Shooting into a light source = creates a silhouette

Button to adjust = backlight button


• Where do you want your light source?
behind the camera

• On what object should you focus the camera?
on the persons nose

• No tripod=


• Date and Time= never


• SP/EP standard play/extended play

• Camera shoots in ______standard play__________.

• Pre-Roll- hitting record before interview


• Post-Roll- record after interview


CAMERA SHOTS:

***BACKGROUND: dynamic, has depth not plain, 6-8 feet away from wall.

• 1 Shot=

• 1 Shot with graphic=

• 2 Shot=

• CU-

• MS-

• LS-

• ECU-

• Rule of thirds-


CAMERA MOVEMENTS:
• Tilt-


• Pan-


• Zoom-


• Dolly-

LIGHTS
• Key-


• Fill-


• Back-


MICROPHONES:
• Unidirectional-

• Omnidirectional

• Cardiod

• Lav/Lapel Microphone

• Boom Microphone

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

The interview

Paul N.
Question 1: Why are College tuitions rising?
Answer: There are many factors, including less funding for colleges, general inflation and better education.

Question 2: How can students combat the extra costs?
Answer: Students can get grants, loans, scholarships and get a job or two.

Question 3: who decides what the prices are?
Answer: I don't know.

Mark N.
Question 1: Why are College tuitions rising?
Answer: Grants can be both good and bad. Since grants and wages are increasing, some colleges raise their tuition because they know students can pay for it.

Question 2: How can students combat the extra costs?
There isn't much we can do except apply for as many grants and scholarships as possible and living at home. There is also something called the American opportunity credit to reduce taxes of undergrads.

Question 3: who decides what the prices are?
Answer: The Colleges.

Andy M.
Question 1: Why are College tuitions rising?
Answer: Taxes and the schools decisions.

Question 2: How can students combat the extra costs?
Answer: Get a job.

Question 3: who decides what the prices are?
Answer: The schools

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

1. Find a ____Topic________.
-What is your story about?
-Who is your audience?
-Why is your story important to your audience?
2. Find an __Angle_________.
- What about your topic?
- More specifically , what is important about your topic?
- What should the reader learn?
- Summarize in 3 words: Subject, verb, object
3. Collect ___Information_________.
- who are the experts for this story?
- do you need oppising points of view?
- What interview questions should I ask?
- What other research must be done to complete the story?
4. Conduct the ___Interview_____________.
- Ask open ended question
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5. Shoot your reporter _______________ _________.
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6. Organize your _______________.
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7. Write ______________ in your story.
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8. Write the ________________ and __________________ of your story.
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9. Write the anchor ______________ and ________________ (if necessary).
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10. Collect ___________ to add to your story (throughout steps 4-9)
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Thursday, February 17, 2011

1. What are the 5 freedoms of the 1st amendment?
Religion, Speech, Press, Peaceful Assembly, Petition

2. What is the Tinker Standard?
Student speech cannot be censored as long as it materially disrupt class work or involve substantial disorder or invasion of the rights of others.

3. What is the Frasier Standard?
School officials can censor student speech that is indecent or vulgar even if it does not cause material or substantial disruption because school officials have interest on teaching students the boundaries of socially appropriate behavior

4. What is the Hazelwood Standard?
Censorship of school sponsored student expression is permissable when school officials can show that it is reasonably related to legitimate pedagogical concerns

5. What is the Frederick Standard?
Can be suspended for humor if goes against school teachings at school authorized events

6. What is the definition of libel?
legal terms for false statements of fact about a person that are printed, broadcast, spoken or otherwise communicated with others and hurts someones reputation.