How the Internet Changed the Media
November 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
How the Internet Changed the Media and Why Newspapers, Music, and Television Will Never Be the Same
Tuesday, November 9, @ 7:00 pm via Zoom
Presenter: Brian Rose, Professor Emeritus, Fordham University
Will there be a printed newspaper in any city ten years from now? Will newsstands and bookstores disappear as fast as record stores? Will prime-time television vanish?
This illustrated lecture will explore these questions and examine the many ways the internet has radically transformed the “old” media of newspapers, magazines, the recording industry, film, radio, and television. It will trace how this digital revolution took place in such a short period of time, and what lies ahead in the continually changing era of “new” media.
About Our Presenter: Brian Rose is a professor emeritus at Fordham University, where he taught for 38 years in the Department of Communication and Media Studies. He’s written several books on television history and cultural programming, and conducted more than a hundred Q&A’s with leading directors, actors, and writers for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, the Screen Actors Guild, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and the Directors Guild of America.