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Jalen interviews his father, Rob, to discuss his life growing up with television. They talk about his first years of television watching, the impact of HBO, and what he misses about cable TV.
Julia Concepcion (21) talks with her cousin, Christie Gee (42) about the different experiences they've had with television in their lives, diverse on-screen representation, and thoughts on television's future.
Jenny Rask Interviews dad Gene Rask about his family and growing up in the 1950's. Growing up with radio and then later on a few channels of Television. Gene remembers the shows he and his family listened to and eventually...
I talk with my mom about her female role models from TV growing up in the ‘60s and ‘70s
My grandfather grew up in the 1940s and lived through the evolution of media including print, television, computers, and the internet. He saw television evolve from black and white to color and the invention of the computer. We discussed how...
Martin Everall and Mike Hughes talk about coming to America from the UK 35 years ago, and how the two countries are similar and different.
Sylvia Korson: 2021-01-08 21:15:23 Sylvia Korson talks with her friend and old teacher about media, fandom, and feminism.
Recording April 24, 2018 – In a day before television, reading was important to best friends Leslie Empey Johnson and Cynthia Cox Shepherd. They reminisced about dropping by the Thomas Judd’s Store for candy and heading across the street to...
“I don’t know what just happened,'' Jimmy Kimmel exclaimed after walking off stage after the conclusion of the 2017 Academy Awards. On January 5th, 2020, I, Tanner Mahon, age 15, interviewed my mother, Elizabeth Leonard, in Los Angeles, California. My...
Since 1948 so much has changed... families have grown apart and so have communities. So much anger and distance is depicted on television that people believe that is the way that life is supposed to be. I’m earlier times and...
Zack Zappone and his Grandpa Dave King sneak away during halftime of the football game to record a conversation about what life was like growing up in Spokane in the 1950s
Bert Ward (66) and his son Adam Ward (34) reflect on Bert's life and love for customizing and improving things from sound systems to unicycles.
Nell Schneider (6/18/1930-) talks with her grandson, Matthew Harrison, and her daughter (Matthew's mother), Sue Harrison, at her Glendale Wisconsin home. During this interview, Nell discusses World War II; the attack on Pearl Harbor; food and recipes; changes in technology...
William Silva, 63, and his daughter, Laylah Silva, 38 talk about William’s life growing up coming back an d forth from Cuba to the United States, and their unconventional family.
Former parent, Lynett McDermott talks of raising her children in Waldorf Education in both Europe and America, her love of anthroposophical philosophy and the colorful festivals she enjoyed in the Waldorf community.
This is a discussion with my 96 year old grandmother and the things she has experienced in life.
On thanksgiving day, I interviewed my father about media technology. This was really insightful because I got to learn a great deal about the evolution of media technologies and how ones life may vary depending on the media technologies they...
Steve Desroches (48) talks to David Brown (59) about his time as a meteorologist at WCVB, Boston's ABC affiliate, and covering and forecasting the weather.
This interview was with my grandparents about the 1960s and their experiences. They were both going through high school and college until graduation in 1968 and then got married in 1969.
Conducted by Sharaia Hughes, a sophomore Mass Communications major at Virginia Commonwealth University. Interviewed today was Moya Shifflett-James. This is a glimpse into the personal life of a woman growing up in the 1960s. Communication has changed greatly, from dating...
Claire McCoy (58) sits down with her father, George Black (86), to ask him about his experiences as an actor and his career as a professor in the theater departments of various universities.
Woman interviews her mother about growing up, her children, husbands, and political activism, and living through hardship.
My father and I talk about how television and it’s surrounding media has changed over the course of our lifetimes.