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Talking about what television was like back in the day with my grandma.
My name is Rion Jones, and I am from Richmond, VA. I aspire to be a News Anchor. My mother, Dawn Comer, is a nurse also from Richmond VA. We discussed the history and evolution of television.
I (Jordan James) sit down with family friend Eddie Nelson and talk about the rise of television, his brief acting career, and how he used aluminum foil to get a signal of the back of his TV.
Born in Mississippi in 30’s, Millie discusses technological changes throughout her lifetime and how they’ve impacted her personally.
Andrés Fontán interviews his father W. Carmelo Fontán about how they have consumed media such as TV and Film throughout their lives, while also talking about mindfully consuming media in today’s day in age.
Camryn Anderson: 2020-12-02 21:47:03 Today I interviewed my mom, Kristen Anderson (42) and we talked about the shift from paper to digital media and the ways in which it has effected her growth and mine. We discussed a variety of...
This was a interview with my Grandmother comparing commutations from the 50s onto present day.
Camryn Anderson: 2020-12-02 21:07:58 Today I interviewed my mother, Kristen Anderson (42) and we talked about the shift from paper to digital media and the ways in which it has effected her growth and mine. We touched on a variety...
Cooking is a form of art and so many people love making and eating food. On January 6th 2019 in Los Angeles California, Jack Beerman interviewed his grandmother Sarabeth Levine to learn about her early life as a pastry chef....
My father traveled quite a bit during his childhood, spending time in Yemen, Somalia, Saudi Arabia, India then finally the United States in 1979. In this interview, we talked about the various mass communications my father experienced during his travels...
Nana tells Mia about life in the 40’s and 50’s. They were the first ones on the street to get a TV!
In this interview on December 1, 2018 in Plano Texas Kylie Lodes interviews her grandma Patricia Fuller about her life growing up. She talks about where she was born and what her school life was like as a child and...
Amanda Hutton (45) talks with her daughter, Alyssa Hutton (18) about how she believes TV impacted her growing up, how it's affecting younger generations, and the roles of different groups in TV.
I asked Karen about how TV has changed through the years and the way that shows can impact the minds and even actions of the people.
A TV interview can be as simple as asking questions of people on the street, or it can be as involved as a one-on-one, sit-down discussion with the president. Getting good answers in a TV interview can make a news...
My grandma and I had a discussion about how the news has evolved from when she was growing up to now .
We looked at the differences of diversity in television. In this interview I ask my mother about the changes we seen in television with diversity.
My father and I talk about how television and it’s surrounding media has changed over the course of our lifetimes.
I had a conversation with my mother about her experiences with television
Erin Romness interviews her father about television over his lifetime. She goes into detail about cable and the history of ads and televsion.
A son asks his mother about how the internet has made a difference in her life and about the specific struggles she has overcome.
Today I decided to ask my dad, Antonio Price about the different types of media. He is 46 years older and I am 19 years old. I asked him about the influence, changes, and his personal feelings about the media...
This interview was conducted by Austin Evans who is a student at VCU. The interviewee, Susan Evans, works in the mortgage industry and we discussed TV/Media habits, experiences and changes over the years.
For my IB Language and Literature class, I asked my father questions relating to his family experiences and how the media was or wasn’t an impact on them. At the end, he recites a poem he made about his aunt...