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  • “How Michael Jackson impacted on MTV through his music videos” BY:Robert Shemanski MEDST 330W THE MUSIC INDUSTRY CODE 1471 SEC 9M3A FALL 2010 MONDAYS 9:15AM -12:05PM INSTRUCTOR PROF. AMY HERZOG DATE: 11/07/2010 Outline Introduction Michael Jackson Music and dancing and the 1980s Conclusion Works Cited                           Introduction Michael Jackson was an American superstar. He was born in the year 1958 on the […]

  • robshem2 wrote a new post, RESEARCH PROPOSAL , on the site Music Industry 7 years ago

    RESEARCH PROPOSAL:                For my research project I have decided to focus on how Michael Jackson impacted MTV music videos.   In 1981 MTV was established.  They made music videos that would be shown on network TV all day long.  The problem MTV was having was finding marketable talent in the industry.  Lucky for them the 1980’s produced Michael […]

  • robshem2 wrote a new post, (no title), on the site Music Industry 7 years ago

    “How Michael Jackson impacted on MTV through his music videos” BY:Robert Shemanski MEDST 330W THE MUSIC INDUSTRY CODE 1471 SEC 9M3A FALL 2010 MONDAYS 9:15AM -12:05PM INSTRUCTOR PROF. AMY HERZOG DATE: 11/07/2010 Outline Introduction Michael Jackson Music and dancing and the 1980s Conclusion Works Cited                           Introduction Michael Jackson was an American superstar. He was born in the year 1958 on the […]

  • robshem2 commented on the blog post Gender & Media Blog #1 7 years ago

    I agree with you that males who are gay seem to have to deal with more violence in life because they are gay. This may be because of religion and most people do not accept the fact that a man is sleeping with another man. Religious differences is a problem in itself. It turns people […]

  • robshem2 wrote a new post, (no title), on the site Music Industry 7 years ago

    for some reason the sheet music for linkin park did not come out for some reason. I will bring it into class monday

  •                                                    “ LINKIN PARK IN THE END”   Those people do not deserve anything that has happened to them, even though they have done it so many times to others. They did not know they were doing it. They want to apologize but they are too afraid of rejection. They can’t take another “No”. Maybe their parents […]

  • the Long player was such a huge invention back then because playing time increased to 7 to 8 minutes. This was huge because now music could be used in different ways. The increased time allowed music to appear in movies, television segments, and allowed us to enjoy longer version of our favorite songs of all […]

  • I agree that we do not appreciate all the technology that we have. The reason for this is because we are spoiled. We grew up and already had all these wonderful toys. We cannot appreciate older technology like the phonograph because it seems obsolete to us and out of place. We cannot relate to that […]

  • robshem2 commented on the blog post Blog Post #3 7 years, 1 month ago

    I agree that in the 1920’s and in the 1930’s was an important time because movies were put on the screen for the first time. My only thing is I can’t believe how much a ticket moviw was then and now. It just shows you how inflation effects everyone. We all know the increases were […]

  • I love the way you narrated this article. I feel that everyone who is rich and famous becomes powerful inspiration to other’s like Ted Vincent. I also think it is important the way you said celebrities create change for the positive like Jack Johnson did. I view Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt as leaders in […]

  •                                          Consolidation and connectivity in the digital era   One of the biggest things to happen in the digital era was the successful introduction of the compact disc. This new technology offered superior performance and could not be altered by other products for the Empires of sound.  The problem with the CD’s was that it […]

  • your song sounds great. you got a lot of potential. I work for murder inc records myself. I did a lot of concert tours worked most shows at jones beach during the summer in sound production. give me a hard copy of your cd and I will send it to the live auditions. How it […]

  •  What effects did rock and roll have on sound/music that was recorded?             Rock and Roll became the most popular music in the twentieth century.  It made such a bigger impact on American society because the music was being used in motion pictures and on television.             Rock and Roll introduced us to a new innovative sound that […]

  •                In 1981 MTV was introduced for the very first time.  The executives had good intentions when they decided it was time to bring rock music to the viewers.  There target audience were men and women between the ages of twelve to thirty-four.  The main goal of the operation was to get the baby boomers […]

  •              In today’s society many people have problems staying together in relationships.  The reason’s for this is because we have to high of expectations and many of us cannot live up to those expectations. The end usually results in someone cheating on each other, fights about money, or argues about what’s for dinner and what’s on […]

  •   The electric method of sound reproduction had created a new ways of communication not just through technology of recorded sound on the radio but was able to bring together sound and image for the very first time.  This led to a new entertainment industry  not in the talking machine but in the very profitable […]

  • During the 1930’s popular music was done for the first time by interlocking the system by film making, record production, and radio broadcasting.  Each new recorded song had to have promotions on the radio and in movies to try and gain exposure toward the record buying public.  In the 1930’s the stars in entertainment were […]

  • I really like your comments on Steve Albini. I grew up a huge nirvana fan. They changed the music industry forever because they came out with their own version of music that no one heard before. Steve Albini who created Nirvana’s Utero made music history. I agree with you that the falsehoods changed the industry. […]

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