For this observational exercise I watched a MSNBC news talk show with Russell Brand. The talk show was discussing Russell Brand and his new comedian act called Messiah complex. Comedian, movie star, author, and host of his own show Brand X is discussing his new act with three talk show hosts. They begin the conversation by complementing Russell and his outfit he thanks them for the compliment and kindly gives them a complement as well. They first address his boots asking if they can see them so he puts his feet up on the table. Right after the host says “keep your feet up make yourself comfortable”. Russell takes it as a sign of over stepping his boundaries and doesn’t want to disrespect the program but justifies the action with saying you did ask to see the boots. Russell movies his foot and the table separate. The male host calls him out saying he just disrespected the table. The three talk show hosts seem to make a joke out of Russell brand not taking the actor entirely seriously. They begin by asking him if he has a Messiah complex. He then tells them no it is actually a mental illness they then tell him that they all suffer from some illness. The male host tells Russell he can never understand what he is saying over the radio. He can hear him when acting in movies and on tv but on the radio says he cant seem to interpret. (his accent). Russell then tells the man maybe you shouldn’t listen to me while driving you might drive off the road and hit somebody. Russell says he…
see it as there is no wrong doing when it comes to plagiarism. In the article that Sowden wrote he talks about different cultures and how they view cultures and that we shouldn’t stereotype them with the culture and background that they come from because in China and other Asian countries they don’t see it as a wrong doing and it is more of a learning skill and something that they are taught. He talks about how when multilingual students come to America and get their education, the ones that come…
during the 20th |commercial radio broadcast started. Radio evolved through the 20th century by starting |
|century? |talk radio broadcast based on certain agendas so that you could pick your own agenda |
| |rather than having that agenda picked for you by the networks. The evolution of radio was |
| |also helped along by the development of the portable radio and the Walkman which allowed…
Should We Talk To Strangers?
In This article, Stephanie Pappas says that having a conversation with strangers has become one of the most common things that is affecting people’s lives in American. A new study shows that riders of public transit prefer talking to strangers to being alone on the train. However, many people like to do something different while they are on their way somewhere. Many women are victim of strangers because many men talk to them with the idea to have sex; in contrast…
SiriusXM creates and broadcasts commercial-free music; premier sports and live events; news and comedy; exclusive talk and entertainment; and the most comprehensive lineup of Latin commercial-free music, sports, and talk programming in radio. After the merge of Sirius Satellite and XM Satellite Radio in 2008 SiriusXM is the only firm in the satellite radio industry. Launching a new satellite is very expensive (high fixed costs) which creates further barriers to entry.
SiriusXM is a price setter…
The Effect of Anonymity on Identity
My identity changes with my audience. I take on different identities for all the different people I talk to in my life. I am going to talk about how the internet affects the way people present themselves. When people are anonymous they get to do anything without any repercussions what kind of person will they choose to be. If you give someone the ability to be anonymous what with they do with it. Some people just want to be able to do anything without having…
-In 1895, a young Italian named Gugliemo Marconi invented “the wireless telegraph” while
experimenting in his parents' attic.
-He used radio waves to transmit Morse code and the instrument he used became well-known as
-The history of the radio, or wireless telegraph, dates back more than a century. -Advancements
over time, including voice transmissions, have led to the radios that exist today.
anything. Edgar, an 80-year-old man seeking to have his wife arrested for physically abusing him, frowns and huffs as you explain that there needs to be a home investigation before further action can be taken. When you have completed the exercise, talk together in a large group about the usefulness and the complications of examining the moment.
I feel the college student should stay in school graduate and the join a pro team. What if it does not work out then what? You have to start all over with…
September 25, 2012
Talk Radio Can Influence Public Policy
Throughout the years talk radio has been expanding, it has reached so many followers and it continues to gain audience. It might be because their topics are very interesting and controversial, and many radio presenters are not afraid to say what they believe. This tends make more people listen to talk radio and to whatever debate they are having during the time. Talk Radio can be a huge influence to the public because…
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How well did the interactants succed in common goals
Leah- Rolled eyes unsure what to talk about non verbal
Tom- Rolled eyes unsure what to talk about Non verbal
Bashar- Spoke about getting people to use condoms. Thought it was lame
Corlynne- Quickley took notes, smiled knowing that they knew what they were going to discuss
Travis- Quickley took notes, smiled knowing that they knew what they were going to discuss
Louis- Nervous, didn’t have anything to say
Alicia- Tried to piggy back off…