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Podcast title TenFour
Website URL http://iml104.blogspot.com
Description Collaborative. Eclectic. Provocative. Experimental. TenFour is a video and podcasting channel that investigates the hopes, the fears and the realities of the "digital revolution" in which we live. The content is created by undergraduate students pursuing an Honors Degree from the University of Southern California's Institute for Multimedia Literacy. TenFour's video content is encoded in H.264 at 320x240 and requires QuickTime 7; visit the archive on the TenFour website for 640x480 versions.
Updated Mon, 8 May 2006 15:53:00 -0700
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Episodes

1. Mickey Mouse Copyright Laws
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Description: Part 4 of "Creative Commons Remix Videos," a series of four videocasts. This is a remix project criticizing Disney's role in extending copyright laws and its catastrophic effects upon Public Domain and remix culture. Images: Copyright- by: Guilluame aka Le Cactus Audio: Free Culture- by: Lawrence Lessig.


2. Networked Publics Interview: Jonathan McIntosh, Part Deux
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Description: I interviewed Jonathan McIntosh during the Networked Publics Conference at USC. We talked about his webpage, journalism objectivity, and the impact of Internet and Media on activism.


3. Networked Publics Interview: Paul Marino
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Description: While at the Networked Publics Conference and Media Festival, I had the good fortune of securing an interview with the talented Paul Marino, one of the founding fathers of machinima. While providing answers to questions that expanded my understanding of machinima, he also gave me his opinions, predictions, and desires for the machinima community and gaming industry as a whole. If you're looking for fascinating insights into this quickly expanding phenomenon, this interview can't be missed!


4. Remix Culture and Generation Y
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Description: In this videocast, I interviewed the future artists of America on how they feel about copyright, creative commons, and remix culture and how they think it will affect their careers. It's interesting to see how divergent the members of my generation's opinions are from one another.


5. Reinventing the Wheel
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Description: Part 3 of "Creative Commons Remix Videos," a series of four videocasts. A remix video on free culture and building upon the creativity of the people before us.


6. Networked Publics Interview: Mark Frauenfelder
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Description: For this interview from the Networked Publics Conference, I sat down with Mark Frauenfelder to discuss his work with Boing Boing and Make: Magazine.


7. Networked Publics Interview: Jonathan McIntosh
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Description: For this interview from the Networked Publics Conference, I sat down with social justice activist Jonathan McIntosh to discuss political remixes, open source, and the IndyMedia movement.


8. Networked Publics Interview: Marc Tuters
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Description: In addition to video blogging the Networked Publics Conference, the TenFour team also sat down with a number of the participants for a series of audio podcast interviews. For this first interview, I spoke to Networked Publics Research Fellow Marc Tuters about viral marketing campaigns and social networking sites.


9. Networked Publics Vlog: Net Neutrality
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Description: Today we ventured to the Networked Publics Conference held by the USC Annenberg Center. I talked with experts and conference attendees about network neutrality ... this is what they had to say.


10. Networked Publics Vlog: Makers
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Description: One of three videoblogs from today's Networked Publics Conference at the USC Annenberg Center for Communication. For my videoblog, I spoke to two gurus from the world of DIY hack culture: Mark Frauenfelder of Boing Boing and Make: Magazine fame; and Mike Outmesguine, author of the book Wi-Fi Toys.


11. Networked Publics Vlog: Machinima
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Description: One of three videoblogs from today's Networked Publics Conference at the USC Annenberg Center for Communication. For my video blog, I chose to focus my coverage on machinima: animated films created using game engines. This video contains clips from various machinima shorts, interviews, and other enriching material. Additional music: B. Jones : Last Pictures, by Rinôçérôse.


12. Digg.com
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Description: Heard about Digg? The technology social bookmarking site? Listen in and learn why Digg is quickly becoming the most-accessed technology news site on the internet and why it is almost more popular than Slashdot. Feel free to navigate through Digg as you are listening. This is an Enhanced Podcast: for optimum playback, please use iTunes.


13. Why Creative Commons?
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Description: Part 2 of "Creative Commons Remix Videos," a series of four videocasts. In this era of digital technology increasing at a rapid pace, it is important to think about the licenses that restrict digital innovation. While copyright may be good for some works, it is important to realize that this is not the only option. Lawrence Lessig has created the Creative Commons license to allow people to release content into the "public domain" without any legal ramifications. Watch this vidcast to learn more about the advances that the Creative Commons license is making in internet content production.


14. Teaching an Old Toon New Tricks
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Description: Part 1 of "Creative Commons Remix Videos," a series of four videocasts. This video remix mashup project samples audio from a presentation by Lawrence Lessig and remixes it using public domain vintage cartoons and music from the Newgrounds audio portal. I wanted to make a remix video that presented Lessig's arguments in a new and entertaining way without obscuring the original message or subtracting from the power of the original words. This video also is a great example of what can be accomplished using material from the creative commons and public domain. Using both old and new media, I've created a compelling, creative work without fear of legal retribution. Half the fun of this video will be trying to figure out what symbols and characters represent in Lessig’s discussion on copyright law and piracy, but I'll provide some guidelines to help aid you. The golden goose/coins/eggs are meant to represent new technologies, and the potential they hold for creative work. The protagonists (Felix and Popeye) are either Lessig or copyright holders, etc., while the pirates are 'pirates' and general opposition. The rest should be fairly self-explanatory. Here is the media that I sampled and remixed: Lessig excerpt from "Who Owns Culture?" (2005) (www.archive.org/details/WhoOwnsCulture) Cartoon footage from Film Chest Vintage Cartoons (www.archive.org) "Felix the Cat: The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg" (1936), by Burt Gillett and Tom Palmer. "Popeye The Sailor: Big Bad Sinbad" (1952), by Seymour Kneitel. Music from the Newgrounds Audio Portal (www.newgrounds.com) "This is Freedom" and "Ode To Angels (Renewed)" by MilkMan_Dan.


15. Introduction to "Creative Commons Remix Videos"
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Description: The next TenFour series, premiering April 17th-20th, will see the team producing remix videos using raw materials culled entirely from Creative Commons and the Public Domain. This promo video does the same: visit the TenFour website for a full list of citations.


16. Last FM
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Description: This podcast explores the Last FM website, a site dedicated to music recommendations and communities. Its numerous interactive features exemplify the idea of Web 2.0. Music: "Berimbau" by Inverted Silence "Now Get Busy" by Beastie Boys "Guitar" by Niels. For optimum playback of this enhanced podcast, please use iTunes.


17. Presenting: Newgrounds
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Description: This project provides information on a compelling aspect of Web 2.0 culture: newgrounds.com. An excellent source of various types of media, such as animation and music, Newgrounds is an exemplar of the community participation, remixing, and constant updating that make Web 2.0 such an exciting concept. I encourage you to explore the site, as links have been provided throughout the enhanced podcast. All music is from the Newgrounds audio portal: "Jazzy Loop," "Ambient Loop," and "Dance Loop" by DJ_Cataclysm, and "Megaman 2-Skull Castle" by Stage3-1. For optimum playback of this enhanced podcast, please use iTunes.


18. BitTorrent vs. MPAA
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Description: Part 4 of "Internet Walking Tours," a series of four interactive podcasts. BitTorrent is the latest peer-to-peer file sharing application. Its use has been controversial because it can be used to download copyrighted media. BitTorrent is especially powerful for downloading large files like movies. The Motion Picture Association of America has been fighting to shut down many sites using BitTorrent to download pirated films. This podcast helps you understand what BitTorrent is, discover why people use it, and learn about its impact on media distribution.


19. Blogging...
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Description: Part 3 of "Internet Walking Tours," a series of four interactive podcasts. Join us as we wander through the internet looking at the Web2.0 phenomenon known as blogging.


20. Into the Depths of Facebook
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Description: Part 2 of "Internet Walking Tours," a series of four interactive podcasts. So you think you know Facebook? Guess again. This interactive podcast walking tour takes you into the depths of Facebook and even reveals an interesting link to the CIA.


21. Defend Online Creativity!
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Description: Part 1 of "Internet Walking Tours," a series of four interactive podcasts. My walking tour podcast will lead you on a minor Internet exodus. Web 2.0 culture is characterized by active social participation, and this is true in the realm of online artists. Remixes, tributes, collaborations, nonprofit free hosting: the opportunities for creative exploration are many and great. Unfortunately, intellectual property rights and copyright law on the web are far from ideal at the moment. If there are too many restrictions, much of the freedom Web 2.0 offers will disappear, but if there is not enough regulation exploitation could run rampant. To make matters worse, there exist offenders that fail to aid either side of the argument, and add fuel to the fire. Websites such as eBaum’s World steal content from media authors and make money off of their work. Public awareness of these crimes, and the repercussions they have on our culture as a whole, must be increased. Hopefully this podcast will clearly display this threat to the Web 2.0 creative community and outline a simple way that you can help.


22. Introduction to "Internet Walking Tours"
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Description: Take a super secret tour behind the scenes at TenFour HQ. Rumor has it that the TenFour team is working on something that will change human life as we know it.


23. Girl Technology
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Description: Part 4 of "The Culture Industry in 60secs," a series of four animated videocasts. My unique experience with technology at an early age has shaped the way I view and participate with media. As a young girl, I was involved in typical "girl" activities but also taught computer skills. Most girls today are still not exposed to technology in the same way as boys. Technology still seems to be gendered. This project was done using After Effects and Final Cut Pro.


24. Media Giant: A Fairy Tale
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Description: Part 3 of "The Culture Industry in 60secs," a series of four animated videocasts. Once upon a time in a land not so far away a young lady named Snow Charlotte decided to make her own media, but the evil Lord of Disney, Robert Iger, wanted to control the most media of them all.


25. We Like Live...
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Description: Part 2 of "The Culture Industry in 60secs," a series of four animated videocasts. Why do we like live television? Is it because we feel like we are there? Is it because we know that anything can happen? Is it because we know that what we are seeing is actually what is happening, not an edited version? This vidcast explores this in 60 seconds. Technical: Created in After Effects. The audio was captured using Audacity.


26. Success 2.0
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Description: Part 1 of "The Culture Industry in 60secs," a series of four animated videocasts. This is a 60 second video that attempts to describe part of my relation with the culture industry. It examines the questions one may think of when consuming or creating media on the web, and how "Web 2.0" might make one re-think the definition of success, now that it is considerably easier to have an impact on a small audience. From my personal view, I believe that success on a smaller scale can be just as important, if not more so, than the standards of success we are all familiar with, such as box office sales, Oscars, Pulitzer prizes, and what have you. I do hope you enjoy it. All images were drawn by hand, scanned, then inverted in Photoshop.


27. Introduction to "The Culture Industry in 60secs"
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Description: As winter nears its end, TenFour emerges from its seasonal hibernation, refreshed and ready to kick butt. This videocast is a promo for "The Culture Industry in 60secs," a series of four animated videocasts that premiere February 13th-16th.


28. TenFour Returns
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Description: A new year brings with it a new TenFour crew and a new agenda: examining Web 2.0 culture. For this introductory teaser, students Photoshopped themselves into an image they liked, then After Effected the results. The music was chosen by surfing Creative Commons and Opsound.


29. Videocast: "Free Your Music"
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Description: Sam Ghods shows you how to spot and avoid restrictive Digital Rights Management (DRM). One of five "how-to" videos exploring new media technologies from an activist perspective.


30. Videocast: "How to Get a Terrorist Through Airport Security"
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Description: Sonia Seetharaman takes a satirical look at racial profiling and organized pranking. One of five "how-to" videos exploring new media technologies from an activist perspective.


31. Videocast: "Causing a Not So Clear Channel"
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Description: Andy Hogan explores how you can get involved in challenging the hegemony of Clear Channel. One of five "how-to" videos exploring new media technologies from an activist perspective.


32. Videocast: "My Big Fat Greek Life"
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Description: Lindsay Pond explores how to challenge the cultural and ideological biases of the sorority sustem. One of five "how-to" videos exploring new media technologies from an activist perspective.


33. Videocast: "Student Mobilization: A How-To"
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Description: Isomi Miake-Lye explores how social online communtities such as facebook.com can be used to mobilize students for activist causes. One of five "how-to" videos exploring new media technologies from an activist perspective.


34. Interview with Henry Jenkins
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Description: Andy Hogan interviews MIT Professor Henry Jenkins about the cultural and ideological climate surrounding video games.


35. Interview with Richard Edwards
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Description: Sonia Seetharaman interviews St. Mary's College Professor Richard Edwards about the role of new media in higher education. Look for "Out of the Past" in the iTunes Podcast Directory to listen to Professor Edwards' podcasts.


36. Interview with Ari Schwartz
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Description: Sam Ghods interviews Ari Schwartz about the recent Sony BMG rootkit issue and his work as the Associate Director of the Center for Democracy and Technology (www.cdt.org).


37. Interview with Jim Babka
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Description: Isomi Miake-Lye interviews Jim Babka about online political activist networks and his work as Director and Co-Founder of one such organization, Downsize DC (www.downsizedc.org).


38. Interview with Stacy Smith
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Description: Lindsay Pond interviews USC Professor Stacy Smith about gender representations in children's media and her work with Geena Davis' "See Jane" project (www.seejane.org).


39. Internet Walking Tour: "Making New Friends"
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Description: In this interactive podcast, Isomi Miake-Lye defamiliarizes community on the Internet. Begin tour here: http://iml104.iml.annenberg.edu/tenfour/podcasts/podcast_2_html/isomi_podcast_2.html


40. Internet Walking Tour: "Jack Thompson is a(n) _________ Individual"
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Description: In this interactive podcast, Andy Hogan is your guide for a tour of his del.icio.us bookmarks of Internet sites about Jack Thompson, the crusader against video game violence. Begin tour here: http://iml104.iml.annenberg.edu


41. Internet Walking Tour: "Tracked by the Amazon"
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Description: In this interactive podcast, Sam Ghods is your guide for a tour of Amazon.com, examining how the site records personal data about your shopping and browsing habits. Begin tour here: http://www.amazon.com


42. Internet Walking Tour: "Wild Animals, Breakfast Cereals, and Daytime Television"
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Description: In this interactive podcast, Lindsay Pond is our guide for an "Internet safari" that explores how America's tweens use the Internet. Begin tour here: http://iml104.iml.annenberg.edu/tenfour/podcasts/podcast_2_html/lindsay_podcast_2.html


43. Internet Walking Tour: "Fly Like an Eagle"
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Description: In this interactive podcast, Sonia Seetharaman explores the internet as a research tool and teaches critical skills to find and distribute information about the American Bald Eagle. Begin tour here: http://www.wikipedia.org.


44. Podcast: "The Celestial Emporium of Benevolent Knowledge"
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Description: In this podcast, Sonia Seetharaman discusses "Ontology is Overated", Clay Shirky's article on cataloguing and folksonomy and the pros and cons of each system. Sonia also discusses possibilities for the future of information organization and retrieval in the online realm. Link: Ontology is Overrated.


45. Podcast: "The Role of Virtual Communities in Modern Society"
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Description: In this podcast, Isomi Miake-Lye explores the development of the online community and its role in society, looking at arguments from Geert Lovink and Sherry Turkle. Isomi suggests that both activism and a communal spirit are possible in the virtual community, and references to Robert Putnam's Better Together help identify what makes a community effective. Links: Lovink video, Turkle article.


46. Videocast: "Giving Youth a Voice? Or Just a Little Duck?"
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Description: The expansion of new media, including blogging, podcasting and vlogging, has given the community at large more of an opportunity to share opinions and to allow individuals to have a voice. But what about youth? While many organizations, such as those affiliated with Listen Up, have helped young people create their own media, Lindsay Pond asks in this videocast whether the degree to which youth are free to express themselves is limited by adult perspectives? Link:Listen Up.


47. Videocast: "Coming Together Online"
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Description: Isomi Miake-Lye's videocast explores the communities of Meetup.com, and suggests that it could be a powerful tool for inciting action, as in the case of Democracy for America. Links: Meetup.com, Democracy for America.


48. Videocast: "The Athenian Life"
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Description: Andy Hogan interviews Steve Anderson (Professor of Interactive Media at USC) about the forces at work in "This Spartan Life", a talk show in set in the world of Halo. Link: This Spartan Life


49. Videocast: "The New York Surveillance Camera Players"
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Description: Sam Ghods explores the purpose and actions of this political activist group, covering general facts about surveillance, what the group has done in protest, and how it has used the internet to further its cause.


50. Videocast: "A Needle in a Haystack"
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Description: Sonia Seetharaman explores the pros and cons of digital information and research sources in relation to traditional library information cataloging systems. The video focuses on a comparative analysis of USC's Doheny library and social bookmarking websites such as del.icio.us.


51. The Great Blog Debate: Round 3
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Description: An in-class, old-school debate about the value of blogs in relation to traditional news outlets. Defending the blogosphere are Isomi Miake-Lye, Sonia Seetharaman and Andy Hogan; defending traditional new media are Sam Ghods and Lindsay Pond. The debate moderators are Sam Goldberg and Andrew Syder. In this final round, the two teams duke it out by asking each other questions.


52. The Great Blog Debate: Round 1
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Description: An in-class, old-school debate about the value of blogs in relation to traditional news outlets. Defending the blogosphere are Isomi Miake-Lye, Sonia Seetharaman and Andy Hogan; defending traditional new media are Sam Ghods and Lindsay Pond. The debate moderators are Sam Goldberg and Andrew Syder. In this first round, each team presents their opening statements.


53. The Great Blog Debate: Round 2
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Description: An in-class, old-school debate about the value of blogs in relation to traditional news outlets. Defending the blogosphere are Isomi Miake-Lye, Sonia Seetharaman and Andy Hogan; defending traditional new media are Sam Ghods and Lindsay Pond. The debate moderators are Sam Goldberg and Andrew Syder. In this second round, six questions are asked by the moderators - three for each team, followed by rebuttals from the opposing side.


54. Katrina Teach-In: Professor J. Lawford Anderson
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Description: Professor J. Lawford Anderson discusses "natural" and "unnatural" disaster from an Earth Sciences perspective. J. Lawford Anderson is Professor of Earth Sciences at USC. This videoblog was created by Lindsay Pond. For more information about "Learning From Katrina: Anticipation, Preparation, Response" visit http://usckatrinateachin.blogspot.com


55. Katrina Teach-In: Professor Tara McPherson
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Description: Professor McPherson discusses the impact of the cost of the war in Iraq. Tara McPherson is the Chair of the Critical Studies Division of the School of Cinema-Television at USC. This videoblog was created by Sonia Seetharaman. For more information about "Learning From Katrina: Anticipation, Preparation, Response" visit http://usckatrinateachin.blogspot.com


56. Katrina Teach-In: Professor Judith Jackson Fossett
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Description: Professor Judith Jackson Fossett discusses Katrina in relation to the history of slavery. Judith Jackson Fossett is Professor of English and PASE at USC. This videoblog was created by Andy Hogan. For more information about "Learning From Katrina: Anticipation, Preparation, Response" visit http://usckatrinateachin.blogspot.com


57. Katrina Teach-In: Professor Steve Anderson
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Description: Professor Steve Anderson discusses the role of the Internet in covering the Katrina disaster. Steve Anderson is Professor of Interactive Media at USC. This videoblog was created by Sam Ghods. For more information about "Learning From Katrina: Anticipation, Preparation, Response" visit http://usckatrinateachin.blogspot.com


58. Katrina Teach-In: Professor Barry Glassner
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Description: Professor Glassner discusses misdirection in media coverage of Katrina. Barry Glassner is Professor of Sociology and Executive Vice Provost at USC. This videoblog was created by Isomi Miake-Lye. For more information about "Learning From Katrina: Anticipation, Preparation, Response" visit http://usckatrinateachin.blogspot.com


59. Videocast: "Channel Surfing the Creative Commons"
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Description: Students were given 60 minutes to remix and mash-up audio and images from the creative commons into a 30 second video segment. These segments were then compiled in this video, which represents a spontaneous explosion of the collective creativity and insanity of the IML 104 students and instructors. Visit the TenFour website for a complete mediagraphy of the works sampled.


60. Podcast: "Who Owns Culture?"
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Description: A summary and extension of Lawrence Lessig and Jeff Tweedy's presentation, Who Owns Culture?, at the New York Public Library on April 7th, 2005. This podcast also features a clip from a Q&A following a talk given by Lessig at the USC Annenberg Center for Communication in December 2004. Video of this talk and the Q&A can be downloaded here.


61. Podcast: "Culture Jamming and Video Culture"
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Description: After examining Mark Dery's article concerning culture jamming in relation to video game culture, we then discuss grassroots and juvenile appropriation of video game images and later include theories of radicalism in general. Links: Mark Dery article on Culture Jamming, Nintendo Fan Fiction, Slash Fan Fiction,

62. Podcast: "Heteronormativity and Tween Culture"
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Description: In this podcast, Lindsay Pond explores how tween culture is shaped by adult attitudes towards sexuality. She draws on the article "Sex in Public" by Lauren Berlant and Michael Warner (from Simon During, ed., THE CULTURAL STUDIES READER) to analyze how heteronormative hegemonic systems impact how society views non-heterosexual identities in children and children's culture. The PBS-Kids website that Lindsay discusses can be found here


63. Vodcast 1.5: "And What Did We Learn Today??"
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Description: This video is an introduction to my area of study, the realms of online and distance education as well as the use of technology as a replacement teaching tool. Will the increase of computerized education be an advantage or a disadvantage to future generations? It is one of five After Effects animations exploring the culture industry. Authored by Sonia Seetharaman.


64. Vodcast 1.4: "Tweentacular, Tweentacular"
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Description: Over the past half a century, children have become one of corporate America's most important marketing demographic. An offshoot of this is the development of tween culture, whose members consist mainly of homogenized preadolescents, aged 8-14. They are easily influenced by peers and even more so by advertising and marketing schemes directed toward them. This video is one of five After Effects animations exploring the culture industry. Authored by Lindsay Pond.


65. Vodcast 1.3: "So What If There's Violence in Video Games?"
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Description: Based loosely upon a post-Columbine testimony to Congress given by MIT Professor Henry Jenkins, this project engages in a rational view of video games and popular culture while mocking those who are engrossed in and perpetuate moral panic. This video is one of five After Effects animations exploring the culture industry. Authored by Andy Hogan.


66. Vodcast 1.2: "Privacy"
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Description: The details of your life may not be as private as you’d like to think. You’d be surprised who knows about them. This video is one of five After Effects animations exploring the culture industry. Authored by Sam Ghods.


67. Vodcast 1.1: "Apples and Oranges"
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Description: A video exploring the consumption of individuality, in which a girl searches to fit into the community of "different" Apple consumers. This video is one of five After Effects animations exploring the culture industry. Authored by Isomi Miake-Lye.


68. Coming Soon Teaser
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Description: A collaboratively authored promo video for TenFour, a new video and podcasting channel from the University of Southern California's Institute for Multimedia Literacy. Students and instructors picked words to describe TenFour, then animated the words in After Effects.