Online Personas – An online performance

I would like to think we have all been in that place of questioning, whether or not we should post that selfie or the candid picture of ourselves at the beach two days ago. Either the picture doesn’t go with our overall theme, or we aren’t sure whether or not it will get the same… Continue reading Online Personas – An online performance

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Social Media = Citizen Journalist

For this post, I'm going to be talking about citizen journalism and how Snapchat is a great media platform for this. The video bellow https://youtu.be/bStEDoevVwg   Watch this example of Casey Neistat's snapchat story- Ferguson Protests https://youtu.be/Bf9hAXe7sdc   Sources used in this post: Gambill, B.S. (2014) Snapchat journalism. Available at: https://medium.com/@brentsgambill/citizen-journalism-through-snapchat-stories-7efc9092d1e9#.doihyhzij (Accessed: 10 May 2016). Journalists,… Continue reading Social Media = Citizen Journalist

Transmedia narratives and Sherlock Holmes

Transmedia narratives or storytelling is a process where elements of a fiction are dispersed across a variety of multiple channels for the purpose of creating a unified and coordinated entertainment experience for the audience. Each medium that the narrative is on takes on its own unique contribution to the story and how the audience interacts… Continue reading Transmedia narratives and Sherlock Holmes

©opyright

So, this weeks topic is copyright. So what exactly is copyright? "It is the exclusive assignable legal right, given to the originator for a fixed number of years, to print, publish, perform, film, or record literary, artistic, or musical materials" Copyright laws are contained in the Australian Commonwealth Copyright act of 1968, which gives exclusive rights to… Continue reading ©opyright