Monday’s Update – 17 Feb 2014

Doing Media – Four ways that story telling has been changed by the new media

Part One: Introduction (2.15 minutes)

My reaction to the “Doing Media Differently” event that was organized by the Hamilton Media Guild and held on Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at the Lincoln Alexander Centre.

Part Two: DIY Technology (2.04 minutes)

Technology now makes it possible to DIY.

Part Three (4.21 minutes)

a.)    The Music Industry as the Model (2.10 minutes)

It is now possible to function without the support of a major record label.

b.)    Individual as Brand (2.11 minutes)

Developing your own brand and using crowd-source funding is the future.

Part Four: The Role of Websites (3.07 minutes)

Websites are now acting as media outlets for individual creators.

About Chris Erskine

Visual Artist and independent film-maker. Try to post summaries of my artistic activities once per month. View all posts by Chris Erskine

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