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Cable and Satellite Television Industries, The: (Part of the Allyn & Bacon Series in Mass Communicat
Patrick R. Parsons & Robert M. Frieden. Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
Film and Electronic Arts
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Post-grad educational facility
Queen’s University’s list of Canadian programs.
Continuing Education program in Film and Television Studies
School for Studies in Art and Culture
The Center for Social Media showcases and analyzes media as creative tools for public knowledge and action. It organizes film festivals, panels, and public events; conducts research; and publishes reports and articles geared towards independent filmmakers, activists, researchers, and media specialists. The Center is part of the School of Communication at American University.
Film and Television Department
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Robert Stanton, Department of English, Boston College
The Department of Media and Communication Arts at CCNY offers a two-year graduate program leading to an M.F.A in Media Arts Production .
The Claremont Colleges (Harvey Mudd, Claremont McKenna, Pitzer, Pomona & Scripps Colleges) offer an Intercollegiate Media Studies major. Media Studies at the Claremont Colleges is an interdisciplinary field that explores the histories, technologies, and social and cultural contexts of a range of contemporary media forms, including mechanical and electronic media such as film, video, television, pring, and the Internet as well as other contemporary forms of culture.
Martin M. Winkler. Oxford University Press
Dr. Seth van Hooland, Ruben Verborgh, Max De Wilde
Dr. William J. Turkel & Adam Crymble
Instructor: Julie Sliva Spitzer