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What I Learned from Doctor Who
BY JONATHAN BALDWIN
@ VOL 5
ON FEB 26, 2013
Jonathan Baldwin talks about growing up in the 1970s, and the important role Doctor Who played in his life. He relates some of the lessons he learned, and how the Doctor aided his imagination and creativity, and led him to become the man he is today.
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BY STEVE JAROS
@ VOL 9
ON APR 07, 2012
Steve Jaros takes a few moments to drop some metaphorical truth bombs, and address some issues surrounding the books, movies, games, and tv shows we consume. In so few words, he makes the argument that we ought not feel guilty about things that entertain us, with the stipulation that we don't hurt someone else in the process.
"Presentation of the Day" on June 17, 2013.
Creating a European Television Network
BY CAMPUS EUROPE
@ VOL 26
ON APR 09, 2015
The idea behind CampusEurope originated from a local student TV in Maastricht (BreakingMaas). During the process of making BreakingMaas a sustainable project, the group of students started to discover other Student TVs around the Netherlands. It was with this discovery that they had the idea to try and create a network of student TVs that would produce a European student television show.
One of the questions they asked themselves is: why do we feel the need for a European student television show? They could have pursued media projects through their local student TV, which would have allowed them to produce local reports in better quality and with less work.
However in a more connected Europe where one sees governments in dispute with each other, and where news is limited to national perspectives, the students felt the urge to produce content which would allow them to understand multiple perspectives on a European issue.
This is where the project is of great significance; CampusEurope give students from all over Europe a stage to voice their opinions on a political, social and economic subject, which in the end affects all Europeans, no matter how far they live from each other. That’s why they believe that CampusEurope provides the essential platform to exchange opinions and find a common ground in an interconnected world.
Bottom-up video - the social tool
BY TIMO EKHART
@ VOL 29
ON FEB 29, 2016
What is the goal of establishing a regional television network? How can this platform make contributions to the local community? What is the most effective and efficient way of realising this goal?
Timo Ekhart is the presenter of Children’s Television at the Maastricht hospital, video maker, camera journalist, radio producer, host and interviewer. He tells us how he connects people with each other and empowers them through the use of media such as internet video, radio and television.
Влияние одного культового сериала на телевидение, науку, технику и само общество в целом
BY BEGAIYM ADZHIKEEVA
@ VOL 1
ON MAR 28, 2017
Begaiym Adzhikeeva tells how one TV serial influenced on development of television, science, technologies and society as a whole.
Title: Forced into Fashion: A Working Woman's Guide to Navigating Wardrobe
BY KIM FISCHER
@ VOL 24
ON MAR 30, 2018
Navigating wardrobe is a delicate dance for working women. Especially in television news. From tomboy to news anchor... the intense focus on my appearance has left me frustrated and confused. I (Kim Fischer) explain how now use my life experience to empower other women and how you can too.
Мой взгляд на телевидение и интернет, которые должны дружить
BY PECHAKUCHA PERVOURALSK
@ VOL 1
ON APR 08, 2018
Артем Изгагин работает преподавателем математики в колледже. Учится на третьем курсе факультета журналистики. Занимается блогерской и журналисткой деятельностью. Брал различные интервью у известных людей: Евгения Чудновец (первый человек в стране, который получил серьёзный срок за репост в социальных сетях), Евгений Ройзман (мэр Екатеринбурга), Андрей Кабанов (президент фонда «Город без наркотиков»).
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Kelly Deck's "passion for interior design and a philosophy of simplicity and beauty led to the creation of a boutique and design studio, a television series, a newspaper column and most recently a residential design firm," and you can see her talk about all these things in the above PechaKucha Night presentation. See more videos of the presentations from PKN Vancouver Vol. 5 at Bruce Sharp's blog.
Poster for Banja Luka Vol. 5
Banja Luka's PechaKucha Night Vol. 5 took place this past Saturday, but we still wanted to share the poster that was produced for the event, which interestingly enough shares a retro motif with Waterville's recent poster, courtesy of that funky television set.
When Scott Thomas first met Barack Obama in 2007, the junior senator's web presence was suffering from a lack of consistency; there were, as he says, "37 different typefaces", and, about "416 different colors of blue" could be found throughout the site. In this edition of Presentation of the Day (from PKN Champaign-Urbana Vol. 2), Scott takes us through the process of not only designing a political campaign, but changing the way politics are played in the 21st century. He speaks on the power the web has to shrink our world; how far-away issues become our own when viewing and interacting with people across the country, around the globe. For the first time in American history we had a candidate addressing the people through live-streamed video rather than radio or television. The importance of making the campaign about "We" (as opposed to "Him") played a large part in empowering people to be proud of the candidate and issues they stood behind. Scott talks about designing signs that would be fitting for anyone to hold with dignity. And while it was necessary to use tools of the future, he speaks of "[pulling] imagery from the past ... and using it to display how truly historic this campaign truly was."
Duct Tape Fonts
Most people write with pens and pencils. Shuestu Sato writes with duct tape. In today's Presentation of the Day, "Duct Tape Fonts" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 49, Hikaru Yamashita of the documentary film group TrioFour introduces us to what appears to be an ordinary Japanese train station security guard (Shuetsu Sato) with a unique design talent: he makes fonts and useful graphics purely of duct tape. Hikaru takes us on a zany journey involving national television broadcasts, corporate promotions, lighter scavenger hunts, and much more.
Adventures through Time and Space
“There’s a lot of things you need to get across this universe. Warp drive… wormhole refractors… You know the thing you need most of all? You need a hand to hold.” Vanessa Graham is a 15-year-old high school sophomore and Doctor Who fan who is proud of her geek heritage. In "Adventures through Time and Space" from PKN Bangor, ME Vol. 9, she describes how this British cult-hit television program has shaped many aspects of her life. Careful, or she'll challenge you to Time Lord trivia!
Laser walls, UV inks, lit scaffolding structures, and light forms of all kinds; James Clar's work is nothing short of brilliant. Media artist working with forms of light James Clar discusses his work. In "Light Affectations" we see that, much like the way television manipulates and controls light to convey the entertainment medium, James uses three-dimensional light sculpture to convey emotion, data, moments in history, political relationships, and more.
What is Kamishibai?
In the 1930s Japan, before manga, there was Kamishibai. Don Kratzer tells us of the history of Kamishibai, the lost Japanese art of storytelling prior to the rise of television and manga. In “What is Kamishibai?” from PKN Tokyo Vol. 122, we see that the lost art of Kamishibai was filled with amazing art and astonishing characters.
Jay Ducote Dishes on Food Network Star
"I learned how to cook by throwing LSU tailgate parties." In Jay Ducote Dishes on Food Network Star from PechaKucha Night Baton Rouge Vol. 1, Jay Ducote shares the story of when he was on the TV show Food Network Star. Ducote is a food and beverage writer, radio host, culinary personality, professional chef, and self-proclaimed "hugger." He could talk about his numerous television appearances, the fact that he was named one of the top 100 amateur chefs in America by FOX’s MasterChef, his award-winning radio show, his product line, the fact that he has been invited to cook at the prestigious James Beard House in New York City this July, or that he'll be opening his first restaurant, Gov't Taco, in 2017. But we only gave him 400 seconds.
The Rabbit Hole of Puppet Making
"I'll talk about the surprisingly deep rabbit hole that is puppet making, and my creative tumble down it." A graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design, Clay Achee has studied and worked in the film and television industry for over 10 years. His other hobby? Cooking? Golf? Nah, he makes puppets. We thoroughly enjoyed his presentation The Rabbit Hole of Puppet Making at PechaKucha Night Baton Rouge Vol. I.
Introduction of Paul Roy
Hello Wanaka! The speaker of day is producer, director, cinematographer and writer Paul Roy from Wanaka. Paul has been making documentaries and observational documentary series for major television networks for nearly 40 years in over 40 countries around the world. He has also photographed for and published in national magazines and newspapers. There is no doubt he will show us pretty amazing stuff! Check his websites at links below:http://www.paulroy41.comhttp://www.birdseyeproductions.org