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J 100- Media Professions

by: Olivia Caldwell

J 100- Media Professions

Olivia Caldwell

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Notes from lecture on 4/16/14. Includes: - Guest speaker: Ed Madison - Broadcast Newstime Information - Information on Walter Cronkite, Tim Russert, Ann Curry.
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Date Created: 04/16/14
Olivia Caldwell 4 1 6 14 J 100 Broadcast News and Nonfiction Television Guest Speaker Ed Madison 30 Years in Media 22 years in LA Founding producer at CNN CBS ABC AampE amp Discovery Engaging Media UO Assistant Producer Email madison2uoregonedu Broadcast News Time November 2 1920 KDKA Pittsburg First radio broadcast of election retums Harding vs Cox May 10 1928 First TV newscaster Kolin Hager broadcasts farm and weather reports three times weekly on W2XB NY April 1948 First network newscast Douglas Edwards CBS March 1954 Edward R Murrow sets the standard for broadcast joumalism Walter Cronkite Veteran CBS newsman Dies at 92 Most trusted man in America Tim Russert Power speaker in argumentative joumalism Blue collar buffalo man Ann Curry TODAY show NBC Has held anchor position for many years From Ashland Oregon Went to the University of Oregon Events surrounding the Watergate scandal are what inspired her to work in J oumalism Notes to have determination and strive to be the best Carry a You Can Do It attitude Feel your mistakes and speak the truth It is an act of faith Media Adoption Timeline Gutenberg Printing Press Mid l400 s 200 years TV 1928 3 decades till it was relevant among every household Intemet 1980s 10 years Increasingly faster as time moved forward Tablets Close to half of America owns tablets 67 Million sold when they first came out OR Magazine University of Oregon was the first university to create a magazine for the iPad James and Tyree Graduated from the University of Oregon Moved to LA shortly after Produced an ad that was shown during the Superbowl


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