The next big musical that everyone talks about might never be seen. With more and more commuters sporting headphones, two upbeat entrepreneurs decided to produce a full musical in the form of a podcast. The three-act show received rave reviews, and one critic wrote that it “sets a standard for the future of musical theater.” However, the idea to distribute musicals through audio is actually from Broadway’s past. Click here to continue to read the article.
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Fuse Media, a fast-growing entertainment brand for multicultural youth, announced seven new and 10 returning series for 2018-19 touching hip-hop, magic, fashion and business. It’s got a dozen shows in development across linear and digital platforms aligned with top musical artists, festivals and documentary filmmakers. Click here to continue reading the article.
Please join us for a public conversation with actor/producer Piper Perabo (Coyote Ugly, Notorious, Covert Affairs, Cheaper by the Dozen), and writer/director Stephen Kay (Friday Night Lights, Taken, Get Carter, Sons of Anarchy) as we discuss the opportunities and challenges of navigating careers in the golden age of American television.
Moderated by Alex Draper, Chair, Dept. of Theatre and Dance, and Jason Mittell, Chair, Dept. of Film and Media Culture.
|WHEN||Saturday, April 14, 2018, 4:30 – 6:30pm|
|WHERE||Axinn Center 232|
Advertising Educational Foundation (AEF) created a series of short video clips from a diverse group of industry pros talking about the industry and answering all sorts of questions students have, but don’t have anyone to ask. Click here to view them.
The Business is a weekly podcast featuring lively banter about entertainment industry news and in-depth interviews with directors, producers, writers and actors. The show is hosted by award-winning journalist Kim Masters of The Hollywood Reporter and produced by KCRW. Past guests include Norman Lear, Ava DuVernay, Matt Damon and Ice Cube. Click here to access the podcast.
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The T. Howard Foundation’s Internship Program is dedicated to improving the participation of diverse and underrepresented groups in the media and entertainment industry. This is accomplished by recruiting diverse and underrepresented college students from public and private academic institutions across the country. They accept students pursuing all academic majors.
Click here to learn more about this internship.
Forbes contributor Paul Armstrong provides a few tips on how to get started in podcasting. Click here to read the article.
In addition, Lynda.com provides video tutorials on podcasting. All Middlebury students have access to these video courses. Click here to get started with Lynda.com.
I would recommend the two below beginner courses to get started. They also offer advanced courses.
Moovly has put together a list of great and unique animation tips that you may have overlooked or never really come across. What makes these tips more valuable is that they have originated from some of the industry’s finest and experienced animators. Click here to read the article.
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