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Episode 56 of Media Inside Out “Exploring the Culture of Gen Z” premiered on TUTV on November 8, 2021. Watch it here! Episode Description: Whatever your media consumption habits, we could probably all agree that age often affects our choices. Television shows and music and movies and video games that teenagers and young adults are consuming are different than those of people in their 30s or 40s or 70s or

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  Episode 55 of Media Inside Out on “A New Reality: Trends in Virtual Communications” premiered on TUTV on October 4, 2021. Watch it here! Episode Description: Imagine you stand in front of the group and do your speech, mess up, forget your words, try again, get it right, and the audience would never know. Or you could practice being immersed in a group of people speaking the language of

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Episode 54 of Media Inside Out on “The Power of Algorithms” premiered on TUTV on September 20th, 2021. Watch it here! Episode Descrption: When it comes to discussions about computers, it is easy to feel as if all we can do is throw our hands up and say “well, computers have taken over the world”. But computers are programmed by people. Even those mind-reading, persuasive algorithms are programmed by people.

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The latest episode of Media Inside Out premiered on TUTV on April 12 at 12PM. Watch it here! Episode Description: Do you have fantasies about sharing your favorite restaurant with thousands, or millions of followers? There are influencers about dog care. Influencers about makeup. Influencers about tennis. Influencers for just about everything. There’s a whole sub-culture focused on what it means to be an influencer and do it well. And

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The latest episode of Media Inside Out aired on TUTV on Monday, March 1st at 12PM. The episode tackled the topic of teens online, with real teens perspectives! Host, Sherri Hope Culver, asked questions and talked about online media consumption, digital footprints, oversharing, restrictions on access to technology, and much more! Guests Include:

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Aired live on Monday, February 8th, from 12:00pm to 12:30pm on TUTV. Episode Description: If you’re a person in your 20’s, or even your 40’s you likely take for granted your ease with conducting your life online. You pay bills online. Facetime with friends. Stream new music and movies. But the apps and websites you use won’t be around forever. In the future, you’ll have to learn all new digital

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Aired Wednesday (01/06/21) at 12:30PM EST AND 8:30PM EST and at 4:30AM EST on Thursday  (01/07/21) One of the most popular apps in existence right now is TikTok, a short form video sharing app. At last count, TikTok had over 50 million daily active users in the US– but over 5 hundred million globally. In fact, it is the first foreign-based, social media app that has achieved this level of success in

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  How do you decide who to vote for in an election? You probably have a shortlist of people you consult with, but chances are most of the information that helps you decide comes from media. Radio talk shows. Articles shared on social media. Tweets from influencers or news organizations. Television talk shows. More television talk shows. More television talk shows. And that’s before we’ve included the nonstop campaign advertising

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  For many, Netflix has become the preferred place for watching television. But is it television? Netflix and a small number of other companies such as Amazon, Apple and Hulu are a combination tech company and media company creating powerhouse global media companies with unprecedented reach, access and services. They influence not just what type of entertainment we watch, but what type of information we learn and from whom we

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  Last week I was searching for a video on YouTube and a video of a dancing teenage girl popped up. My daughter is a teenage girl, so yeah, I was interested! The three-minute video was about two teen girls and their long-distance friendship. I vaguely noticed that throughout the video the girls were video chatting using Skype. Then, at the final frame, the Skype logo appeared. It was a

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