SMS Faculty David Lieberman delivered the keynote presentation at FBN Securities’ Media & Entertainment Virtual Tour earlier this month. “Podcast Playoffs: Who, If Anyone, Can Dominate the Fastest-Growing Media Business?” The word “podcasting” entered the dictionary 16 years ago. But recent changes in audience measurement standards have just
Christiane Paul, Professor of Media Studies, Interviews with Vice and PBS Newshour Christiane Paul is interviewed about NFTs and art for VICE and PBS Newshour and presented on games and gamification in museums on a Games for Change panel organized by VRE (Virtual Reality Experience) and the US Embassy in Italy.
Fierce Women Podcasters: A conversation with several women filmmakers of color and podcasters discussing emerging Afro-Latino voices in the United States who are working to create more visibility for their communities and experiences. In conversation with Rocio Mendez, Mercedes Illarraza, Grasie Mercedes, Ona Oghogho, Sola Adenekan, and Julissa
The Latinx Project March 23, 2021 6:00pm- 7:15pm EST Virtual Unforgetting — Family, Migration, Gangs, and Revolution in the Americas Author Roberto Lovato and award-winning broadcast journalist Juan González discuss Lovato’s book, Unforgetting: A Memoir of Family, Migration, Gangs and Revolution in the Americas Presented
Premiering Online This Week: Virtual Theatrical Release: THE FEVER (A Febre, Maya Da-Rin, Brazil/ France/Germany, 2019, 98 min. In Portuguese with English subtitles) Manaus is an industrial city surrounded by the Amazon rainforest. Justino, a 45 years old Desana native, works as a security guard at the