Sinopsis

Young Media Critics -.a show that examines media with globally fresh and youthful views. Youthfulness has no age barrier and according to dictionary sources to be young is to be in the process of growth. Please join us as we grow and learn more about Media. Call in at 347-633-9114 or register at Blogtalk Radio so you can join the chat room and let us hear your voice..

Episodios

  • What is Media? - Lets Define Media - Plural for Medium

    What is Media? - Let's Define Media - Plural for Medium

    02/07/2015 Duración: 24min

    Young Media Critics on Blogtalkradio  today ask "What is Media?" Media is the plural of Medium.  There are so many forms of medium. Young Media Critics will explore the various forms and define how they influence us as consumers! Join Adult Co-host Juanita Richburg Seon on Thursday, June 2, 2015 at 11 a.m. PST/ 2 p.m EST/ 1 p.m. CST as Young Media Critics define Media.   

  • Does Learning Stop After You Leave School?

    Does Learning Stop After You Leave School?

    25/06/2015 Duración: 26min

    Does Learning Stop After You Leave School? - What about Lifelong Learning? Occasionally we may hear a few students who say "I can't wait to get out of school" Unfortunately, often times students are not able to realize how important it is to continue learning. Schooling is just one form of learning. As parents, teachers and other concerned adults, we can assist especially our young people in developing the mindset to be "lifelong learners".  Join Adult Host, Juanita Richburg Seon on Young Media Critics on Blogtalkradio.com, Thursday, June 25, 2015, 11 a.m.(PST) 2 p.m. (EST) and get some answers and suggestions about LifeLong Learning and ways to encourage people of all ages to continue to learn.

  • 100 Days of Summer  The Summer Slide!

    100 Days of Summer & The Summer Slide!

    18/06/2015 Duración: 28min

    Young Media Critics, Adult Co-host Juanita Richburg Seon shares information about the 100 Days of Summer and “the summer slide”.   Be sure to join Young Media Critics in their new location- Los Angeles County and new time, Thursday June 18, 2015 at 11:00 a.m PST/2 p.m. EST.  Parents, guardians and other concerned adults can get suggestions on activities for the 100 days of Summer and ways to prevent the "summer slide".         

  • Self-Worth of Young Girls and the Media - Rebroadcast

    Self-Worth of Young Girls and the Media - Rebroadcast

    18/12/2014 Duración: 31min

    The Young Media Critics is revamping and developing new things for upcoming year -2015.  Thank you to all our faithful listeners!  Happy Holidays!  A Peaceful & Prosperous New Year to everyone!  This episode is a rebroadcast of a previous show - "Self Worth of Young Girls and the Media" Is the self-worth of young people, particularly young women determined by the media? When we watch any music video, television shows, or read any of the fashion magazines, we can clearly see that the media is not very kind to girls. Today, the expectations to look a certain way are totally wild and unrealistic. Listen again and ask questions, let us know what your think.. Email us at Youngmediacritics@gmail.com Hear from the Young Media Critics why body image matters for girls!

  • Ill Have A Medium Please - Magazines - Print vs Digital- Who is Winning?

    "I'll Have A Medium Please" - Magazines - Print vs Digital- Who is Winning?

    04/12/2014 Duración: 30min

    Join Young Media Critics host Juanita Richburg Seon, along with  Erika Shoemaker, Young Media Critic Intern as they discuss Magazines - Print vs Digital - Who is Winning? on new day Thursday, December 4 and new times 3 p.m. (Pacific) and 6 p.m. (Eastern) Magazines have started to look at themselves as their own brands, each one with a clear view of who their audience are and what they want. With this information they can use their websites and other digital assets wisely, to complement their printed version. Many sceptics have questioned the possible extinction of glossies in the digital world.    Listen in and call in to let us know what you think- Talk Line347-633-9114  

  • Young Media Critics - Ill Have a Medium, Please on a New Day and New Time!

    Young Media Critics - I'll Have a Medium, Please on a New Day and New Time!

    20/11/2014 Duración: 29min

    Young Media Critics, "I Have a Medium, Please" will broadcast on a new day and new times. You can listen to us now every Thursday, 3:00 p.m. (PST) and 6:00 p.m (EST).  Tune in on Thursday, November 20, 2014 and hear about the changes!  We will continue our examination and exploration of various forms of Medium- Plural MEDIA                                          Be sure to Listen in Thursday, November 20, 2014 3 p.m. (PST) and 6 p.m. (EST)        

  • Young Media Critics want to know Do You Think You Are Distracted? REBROADCAST

    Young Media Critics want to know "Do You Think You Are Distracted?" REBROADCAST

    04/11/2014 Duración: 30min

    REBROAD CAST OF POPULAR EPISODE OF YOUNG MEDIA CRITICS! - Tuesday, November 4, 2014  Maggie Jackson, an award-winning author and former Boston Globe columnist is joining Young Media Critics on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at 5 p.m. Ms. Jackson is known for her penetrating coverage of social issues, especially technology’s impact on humanity. Her essays and articles also have appeared in The New York Times, Business Week, Utne, and on National Public Radio. Her acclaimed book, Distracted: The Erosion of Attention and the Coming Dark Age, jumpstarted our global conversation on the steep costs of fragmenting our attention. With a foreword by Bill McKibben, the book reveals the astonishing scientific discoveries that can help us rekindle our powers of focus in a world of overload. The book is a “richly detailed and passionately argued … account of the travails facing an ADD society” (Publishers Weekly) and “concentrates the mind on a real problem of modern life” (Wall Street Journal).  

  • Ill Have a Medium, Please Episode 3 - What Exactly is a Medium - REBROADCAST

    "I'll Have a Medium, Please Episode 3 - "What Exactly is a Medium - REBROADCAST

    28/10/2014 Duración: 29min

    I’ll Have a Medium, Please… Did you think I meant French fries or a diet coke? Or did you think I just purchased a new T-shirt at a local clothing store.   Media is the plural of Medium. We get our information and entertainment from media. We learn all kinds of things about our world.  Media messages inform, entertain and can even persuade us. The common thread of media messages is that they INFLUENCE us.  Young Media Critics examine the definition and share examples of "What is medium"?  Join Young Media Critics on Tuesday, 5 p.m. (EST) in the U.S.      

  • Ill Have a Medium Please - Episode 11 - Magazines - Living or Dying

    I'll Have a Medium Please - Episode 11 - Magazines - Living or Dying

    21/10/2014 Duración: 29min

    Are Magazines Living or Dying? Change is often a cause of most controversy within a society and one of the hardest things to accept, but failing to do you will find you will be left behind. It was only a few decades ago, a  magazine feature was almost entirely made up of words and any images appear just as an afterthought.  Is it sad that we rely on visuals, instead of words, to hold our attention? Maybe it’s just part of The Change.  Join Young Media Critics host Juanita Richburg Seon and her young associate Erika Shoemaker as they take a look back through the history of the magazine on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 5 p.m. EST.  and talk about changes in the medium- magazine.

  • Ill Have a Medium, Please - Episode 10 - Magazines

    I'll Have a Medium, Please - Episode 10 - Magazines

    14/10/2014 Duración: 29min

    The English word magazine recalls a military storehouse of war materiel and originally was derived from the Arabic word makhazin meaning "storehouses." The term magazine was coined for this use by Edward Cave, editor of The Gentleman's Magazine. How are magazines distributed?  What U.S. magazine has the largest circulation?   Which magazine was the first really successful magazine in the United States?  Get the answers to these questions and more information about the medium:  Magazines as you join on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at 5 p.m. (EST) Young Media Critics Host, Juanita Richburg Seon and her young associate Erika Shoemaker as they share with you different forms of MEDIA on the series “I’ll Have a Medium, Please – Episode 10 – Magazines.

  • Ill have a Medium Please - Television - Episode 9 - From sound to sight!

    I'll have a Medium Please - Television - Episode 9 - From sound to sight!

    07/10/2014 Duración: 29min

    Radio provided another possible programming model.  As we mentioned before many early TV shows were in fact based on radio programs, some of which were even simulcast for years on both media.  Back when radio was king, the jump from sound to sight was pretty common both in America and the UK. Join Young Media Critics Host, Juanita Richburg Seon and her young associate, Erika Shoemaker as they talk about the early radio shows that "jumped from radio to television - from "sound to sight" Tuesday, 5 p.m EST, October 7, 2014!  and learn more about show like,  The Jack Benny Show, Ozzie & Harriet, Dragnet and others.   

  • Ill Have a Medium Please - Episode 8 - Television Part 2 - Rebroadcast

    I'll Have a Medium Please - Episode 8 - Television Part 2 - Rebroadcast

    30/09/2014 Duración: 29min

    Due to technical difficulties last week 9/23/2014 - this episode will broadcast on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 5 p.m.  What was the relationship between radio drama and early television programming? What company began selling Television set in 1939 Young Media Critics Host, Juanita Richburg Seon and her young associate, Erika Shoemaker resume their examination of the medium - Television.  Join the Young Media Critics on Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 5 p.m. EST as they answer the above questions and many others and share facts about broadcast televions.   

  • Ill Have a Medium, Please... Episode 7 - Television

    I'll Have a Medium, Please... Episode 7 - Television

    16/09/2014 Duración: 29min

    Television, a medium of communication. Television was not invented by a single inventor, instead many people working together and alone over the years, contributed to the evolution of television. The 'first' generation of television sets were not entirely electronic.  The display (TV screen) had a small motor with a spinning disc and a neon lamp, which worked together to give a blurry reddish-orange picture about half the size of a business card!  The period before 1935 is called the "Mechanical Television Era".  This type of television is not compatible with today's fully-electronic television system. Join Young Media Critics host Juanita Richburg Seon and her young associate Erika Shoemaker as they explore the medium "Television" on this week's "I'll Have a Medium, Please - Television!    Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at 5 p.m.       

  • Ill Have a Medium, Please - Episode 6 - Radio -Part 2

    I'll Have a Medium, Please - Episode 6 - Radio -Part 2

    09/09/2014 Duración: 29min

    Radio was first created as a way to send telegraph messages between two people without wires, but soon two-way radio brought voice communication, including Walkie-talkies and eventually mobile phones. Do you know the difference between AM and FM radio? Are you familiar with the concept of Modulation?  Get the answers to these questions and learn more about the medium - RADIO Join Young Media Critics on Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. (EST)

  • Ill Have a Medium Please- Episode 5 - Radio!

    I'll Have a Medium Please- Episode 5 - Radio!

    02/09/2014 Duración: 29min

    Radio, currently a synonym for "electromagnetic radiation", actually first came into use before Heinrich Hertz's proof of the existence of radio waves. Originally "radio" was a general prefix meaning "radiant" or "radiation" -- hence "radio-activity" for the alpha, beta, and gamma rays emitted by decaying atoms. In Europe, some of the persons investigating Hertz's discovery began to employ the "radio-" prefix to describe the new phenomenon.    Join Young Media Criics on Tuesday, September 2, 2014 at 5 p.m. for "I Have a Medium, Please" Episode 5 - Radio   

  • Ill Have a Medium, Please - Episode 4 - The Spoken Word!

    I'll Have a Medium, Please - Episode 4 - The Spoken Word!

    26/08/2014 Duración: 25min

    Young Media Critics presents:  I'll Have a Medium, Please ---The Spoken Word!  What is spoken word poetry? "Spoken word poetry is poetry that is written on a page but performed for an audience. Because it is performed, this poetry tends to demonstrate a heavy use of rhythm, improvisation, free association, rhymes, rich poetic phrases, word play and slang. It is more aggressive and “in your face” than more traditional forms of poetry."   Join host Juanita Richburg Seon and Intern Erika Shoemaker as they talk about "The Spoken Word" Tuesday, August 26, 2014 at 5 p.m. (EST)

  • Ill Have A Medium Please - Episode 3 -What Exactly is a Medium?

    I'll Have A Medium Please" - Episode 3 -What Exactly is a Medium?

    19/08/2014 Duración: 28min

     I’ll Have a Medium, Please… Did you think I meant french fries or a diet coke? Or did you think I just purchased a new T-shirt at a local clothing store.   Media is the plural of Medium.  We get our information and entertainment from media. We learn all kinds of things about our world.  Media messages inform, entertain and can even persuade us. The common thread of media messages is that they INFLUENCE us.   Young Media Critics examine the definition and share examples of  "What is medium"?  Join Young Media Critics on Tuesday, 5 p.m. (EST) in the U.S.         

  • Ill Have a Medium, Please- Episode 2 - Intro to 5 Key Media Literacy Concepts

    I'll Have a Medium, Please- Episode 2 - Intro to 5 Key Media Literacy Concepts

    12/08/2014 Duración: 28min

    I" Have a Medium, Please… Did you think I meant French fries or a diet coke? Or did you think I just fell into the Gap to buy a new t-shirt?   Media plural of Medium is all around you!  Young Media Critics continue to discuss, analyze, evaluate, examine and comment on the various forms of media and the messages communicated to us every day.  Join Young Media Critics on Blogtalkradio.com, Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at 5:00 p.m (EST) as they introduce the Media Literacy Five Core Concepts.   Today's episode combines last week's  Media Literacy Five Key Questions to "pull back the curtain" on media messages!   

  • Ill Have a Medium, Please  Episode 1- Medium

    "I'll Have a Medium, Please " Episode 1- Medium

    05/08/2014 Duración: 22min

    "I'll Have a Medium Please" Did you think I meant French fries or a diet coke? Or did you think I just "fell into the GAP to buy a new t-shirt.  Look around you, Media plural of Medium is all around you! TV, DVD Player, magazines, books What is Media? We get our information and entertainment from media. We learn all kinds of things about our world.  Media messages inform, entertain and can even persuade us. The common thread of media messages is that they INFLUENCE us. Media, like movies can be fun. We can all agree to that.  Often times the media is not telling us the whole story.  That can be a problem. But don’t you fear a thing- Join Young Media Critics Host, Juanita Richburg Seon and her Young Media Critics Co- Host, Erika Shoemaker, Tuesday, August 5, 2014 , 5 p.m. as they share with you 5 Key Questions to ask about the media messages that are constantly surrounding you all the time.                          

  • AD Hominem! CardStacking! Denial! More of the Language of Persuasion Part 3

    AD Hominem! CardStacking! Denial! More of the Language of Persuasion Part 3

    29/07/2014 Duración: 29min

    The Young Media Critics conclude their 3 part series on the Language of Persuasion!  We shared with you the goal of most media messages is to persuade the audience to believe or do something. Hollywood movies use expensive special effects to make us believe that what we’re seeing is real. News stories use several techniques – such as direct quotation of identified sources – to make us believe that the story is accurate.  The media messages most concerned with persuading us are found in advertising, public relations and advocacy. Commercial advertising tries to persuade us to buy a product or service. Public relations (PR) "sells" us a positive image of a corporation, government or organization. Politicians and advocacy groups (groups that support a particular belief, point of view, policy, or action) try to persuade us to vote for or support them, using ads, speeches, newsletters, websites, and other means.   Join the Young Media Critics on Tuesday July 29, 2014 at 5 p.m. for the last examples of the more

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