WGBH Forum Network; Economics of Film and Television II, The
The Economics of Film and Television II Marsha Kinder, University of Southern California Vistor Edmonds, University of California, Berkeley Jeff Ubois, Archival.TV The new economics of film and television panel continues with analyses of the role of moving images at the university by Marsha Kinder, University Professor and Executive Producer and Project Leader of the Labyrinth Project at the Annenberg Center for Communication at the University of Southern California and Victor Edmonds, head of the Educational Technology Center at the University of California at Berkeley. Jeff Ubois, founder of Archival.tv, explains the social and economic importance of maintaining television archives.
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THE ECONOMICS OF FILM AND TELEVISION II
MARSHA KINDER, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA VISTOR EDMONDS, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY JEFF UBOIS, ARCHIVAL.TV
THE NEW ECONOMICS OF FILM AND TELEVISION PANEL CONTINUES WITH ANALYSES OF THE ROLE OF MOVING IMAGES AT THE UNIVERSITY BY MARSHA KINDER, UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR AND EXECUTIVE PRODUCER AND PROJECT LEADER OF THE LABYRINTH PROJECT AT THE ANNENBERG CENTER FOR COMMUNICATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND VICTOR EDMONDS, HEAD OF THE EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY. JEFF UBOIS, FOUNDER OF ARCHIVAL.TV, EXPLAINS THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF MAINTAINING TELEVISION ARCHIVES.
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