MC 101 Ch. 6 Notes
MC 101 Ch. 6 Notes MC 101
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Chapter 6 Motion Media Movie-TV Meld Divergent Legacies o TV became a popular medium for movies in the 1950s Synergies o Many TV networks and studios came together to produce more media Movie Industry Formative Era o New technologies changed the world of movies o Suspension of Disbelief: getting so interested in a story, that whether or not the story is realistic does not matter Adolph Zukor’s Paramount o Adolph Zukor is the creator of Paramount Star system: more people will see movies if a famous celebrity is in it o Mass Production Movies More people were hired at Paramount, so more movies could be made o Federal Break-Up Studio System: movie production is controlled by major studios Block Booking Paramount Decision: U.S. Supreme Court broke up the rule of major studios in the industry (1948) TV as a Rival o As TV became a more popular medium for movies, the movie industry had to compete TV Industry Structure Two-Tier Infrastructure o Local and National networks o Federal Radio Act allowed the gov. to regulate broadcasting o Federal Communications Act added TV to the FRA o The Big Three are the television networks ABC, CBS and NBC o Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CBP) is a non-commercial national broadcasting system o Public Broadcasting System (PBS) is a non-commercial over-the-air network Fragmented TV Industry o Terrestrial TV: land-based transmitters o Cable TV Community Antenna TV was an early local cable system o Cable Networks Gerald Levin utilized satellites for cable systems in 1975 Ted Turner created CNN Multisystem Operator is when a company owns local cable TV systems o Satellite Delivery Movie Industry Structure Post-Paramount Decision o The industry focused on Production, Distribution and Exhibition Major Studios o Disney, Paramount, 20 Century Fox, Universal, Warner and Columbia are the main studios Independents o Indie studios are not part of the major movie studios o Some of these are United Artists, Dreamworks, Miramax and Lions Gate Motion Media Products Movie Genres o Narrative Films are movies which tell stories o Talkies had sound o Color was introduced and changed the way films were viewed o Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) expanded creative capacity for films o Animated Films are narratives but with animated characters o Documentaries showcase nonfiction events o Little Movies are like the short stories of the movie industry TV Genres o Sitcoms o Dramas o Reality o News o Documentaries Small-Screen Genres o Video Games for phones o Quick Dramas are mini-TV series typically featured on phones and laptops o Live TV o Product, Advertising and DIY Qualities are given to small screen genres due to their accessibility Platform Flux Box Office o Movie houses were built in more places, so the attendance in the amount of people who went to see movies increased o Multiplexes are movie theatres with more than 2 screens o Exhibition Contriction Many people have stopped going to movie theatres for movies and have instead opted to watch them at home Video on Demand o Time Shifting is when a viewer chooses when to watch a program o Portable Devices make accessing videos whenever and wherever easier Notes by Danielle Rios
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