Life without Technology in the 70's and 80's

Grace Knicely (21) talks with her stepfather, Kevin Mozer (54). Grace is a VCU college student that is interviewing her stepfather Kevin who is a retired government business owner about how life was like when he was a kid without...

From 1970 to 2020: National News Coverage has (Shockingly) Changed

Who reads a newspaper anymore? College student Kaitlyn Fulmore and veteran Carl Fulmore discuss how getting news has changed in the past 50 years, and whether that has been for the better — or worse. What we care about hasn’t...

Pt. 2 The Evolution of Print: For Better or Worse?

Part 2 of The Evolution of Print features student, Kyla Berkshire, and her father, Brad Berkshire, as they discuss the changes in media and print throughout history.

JaLynn Evans Mass Communications Media Project

Today I will be interviewing Shanel Evans and we will discuss the importance of media from when she was growing up, and how it has impacted her life.

Missing the Simplicity of Early TV or are we Sick of Turning the Knob?

My name is Anica Cajayon and I interviewed my father, Jaime Cajayon, about what it was like growing up in a less technologically advanced society. We compared many different aspects of broadcasting and television in general such as streaming services,...

Nothing that I can really tell you…

My uncle grew up in Arlington Virginia and enjoyed his life. when he grew up he became a self employed bricklayer.

The Evolution of Print: For Better or Worse?

The Evolution of Print features student, Kyla Berkshire, and her father, Brad Berkshire, as they discuss the changes in media and print throughout history.

The Effect of Media on People during the Pandemic, speaking with a Psychotherapist

Today, I got the chance to speak with my aunt, Dr. Karen Kaiser, a psychotherapist of 34 years about the effects media has on people in general and especially during a pandemic. She gives advice on how to keep your...

“Three Channels Couldn’t Cover The World”

Hello my name is Marlin, I am a freshman at Virginia Commonwealth University. Today I interview my mother, who is a teacher at both a community college and high school. We discussed the ever changing beast that is media and...

Comparing Media Today to Growing Up

Talking to my mom about her experience with news growing up to how it is now.

Chat With My Dad

Chatting with my dad about life as a young person, jobs, and voting.

A media flashback to then and now with Grandpa Charles Paxton

I interview my Grandpa, a Vietnam veteran and retired U.S. Army Colonel, about his experience serving in the military and relying on older forms of media and the media coverage of U.S. military throughout his service. Our interview is finished...

New-Media Project. Will Carlone

Asked my dad some questions about how he got his News and Updates as a kid, and what are some similarities and differences to today’s world, and social media has affected news today.

The New News

I'm currently a college sophomore interviewing my mother about how the news has changed from when she was my age to today. With more channels, 24-hour news cycles, and infinite more ways of consuming the news, it's interesting to sit...

Old Media outside of the United States

My best friend’s dad who immigrated to the United States about 5 years ago, talks about what life was like in Venezuela and Colombia before my time. We talked about how news, music, and television was given back when it...

Interview with Randy and Suzanne Irby

Interview was taken in Oxford Mississippi on November 21st of 2018. Randy and Suzanne Irby (my grandparents) are a married couple with lots of stories about them. Even before they were married! The explain things such as when/where they were...

Archive Oologah- Faith and John Wylie

Jamie and Madison of Archive Oologah interview John and Faith Wylie, a couple whose lives were shaped by journalism-- which in turn allowed them to shape Oologah by running the local paper.