UNDERSTANDING MEDIA (AESTHETICS FOR)

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1. image

1.1. photography

1.1.1. lighting and focus

1.1.2. shadows and highlights

1.1.3. color combinations

1.1.4. emotional focus

1.1.5. rule of thirds

2. television

2.1. philippines commercial channels

2.1.1. ABS-CBN

2.1.2. TV5

2.1.3. GMA

2.1.4. RPN-9

2.1.5. GMA-NEWS TV 11

2.1.6. IBC-13

2.1.7. PTV-4

2.2. kinds of tv shows

2.2.1. informative programming

2.2.1.1. news programs

2.2.1.2. documentary-type programs

2.2.2. entertainment programming

3. text

3.1. newspapers

3.1.1. general category

3.1.1.1. headlines

3.1.1.1.1. most important news

3.1.1.2. opinions

3.1.1.2.1. essays with specializations

3.1.1.3. business

3.1.1.4. entertainment

3.1.1.4.1. pop culture issues

3.1.1.5. technology

3.1.1.6. lifestyle

3.1.1.6.1. health and wellness topics

3.1.1.7. sports

3.1.2. 5Ws and 1H

3.1.2.1. who

3.1.2.2. what

3.1.2.3. when

3.1.2.4. where

3.1.2.5. why

3.1.2.6. how

3.1.3. formats

3.1.3.1. tabloid

3.1.3.1.1. tagalog

3.1.3.1.2. sesationalism

3.1.3.1.3. not trusted

3.1.3.1.4. most controversial issue

3.1.3.2. broadsheet

3.1.3.2.1. english

3.1.3.2.2. accurate news

3.1.3.2.3. formal and factual

3.2. publishing industry

3.2.1. comics

3.2.1.1. panels

3.2.1.2. written dialogues

3.2.2. magazines

3.2.2.1. periodical

3.2.2.2. new issue per month

3.2.3. books

3.2.3.1. trade books

3.2.3.2. children's books

3.2.3.3. art books

4. audio

4.1. radio

4.1.1. most popular form

4.1.2. more on voice

4.1.3. frequency transmitters

4.1.4. "one-chance" medium

5. social networking

5.1. social media

5.1.1. kinds of social medias

5.1.1.1. print-based

5.1.1.2. audio-based

5.1.1.3. photo-based

5.1.1.4. video-based

5.1.1.5. social networking sites

5.1.2. relevance

5.1.2.1. educational tools

5.1.2.2. personal communications

5.1.2.3. business and customer care tools

5.1.2.4. advocacy campaigns for social change

5.1.2.5. entertainment portals

5.1.2.6. traditional media coverage and social media enhancement

6. new media

6.1. as multimedia

6.1.1. mobile smartphones

6.1.2. computer gadgets

6.2. transitions

6.2.1. synergy

6.2.2. transmedia

6.2.2.1. unfold across multiple media platforms

6.3. intersecting traditional media

6.3.1. blogging

6.3.1.1. journalism + internet

6.3.2. podcast

6.3.2.1. broadcasting + internet

6.3.3. youtube

6.3.3.1. film + internet

7. film

7.1. film formats

7.1.1. short film

7.1.1.1. 1 houir

7.1.2. full-length film

7.1.2.1. 2-3 hours

7.2. mode of film production

7.2.1. preproduction

7.2.1.1. planning

7.2.1.2. casting

7.2.1.3. budgeting

7.2.2. production

7.2.2.1. actual shooting

7.2.2.2. principal photography phase

7.2.3. postproduction

7.2.3.1. editing phase

7.2.3.2. special effects

7.2.3.3. putting music

7.3. film forms

7.3.1. narrative

7.3.1.1. fictional

7.3.1.2. familiar

7.3.2. documentary

7.3.2.1. non-fictional

7.3.2.2. factual characters

7.3.2.3. societal concern

7.3.3. animation

7.3.3.1. oldest form

7.3.3.2. "frame-by-frame"

7.3.4. experimental

7.3.4.1. philosophical

7.3.4.2. taboo topics

7.3.4.3. independent films

7.4. camera movements

7.4.1. zoom

7.4.2. pan

7.4.3. dolly

7.4.4. focus

7.4.5. tilt

7.4.6. pedestal

7.4.7. truck