Friday, April 20, 2018

WNN April 20th, 2018



Hey thanks for checking in again this week of WNN blog posts, this is for week 14, April 20th, I still don't really know how to label this. But this week I did hosts and helped with sports community and weather with photos and helping set up some of the shots.

I think to increase our viewership we can try to do more interesting, like we did with the meme review, but Mr. Sanderl wants us to do all student and school focused so we haven't been able to do another meme review. Also I think that we should bring a lot more fun themes into each episode.

I think that we should also always try to meet our deadlines is a reason for us to get privileges in class is because most weeks we don't always finish in time so when we do it's because we worked harder and I think we kinda deserve.

But that's all for this week of WNN, thanks for coming again


TAGS:
ANB 1.1: Assess broadcasting as a communicative medium used to captivate, inform, motivate, or entertain.
ANB 2.1: Assess how changes in media technology have affected the accessibility of broadcast production.
ANB 3.2: Evaluate legal and ethical behavior related to the creation, use, and distribution of broadcast content that minimizes the risk of legal or moral consequence.
ANB 4.2: Assess the use of broadcast media to elicit a desired response from a targeted audience.
ANB 6.1: Plan and construct a broadcast message targeted to a specific audience.
ANB 6.2: Develop a broadcast media production that conveys a targeted message.

Friday, April 13, 2018

WNN April 13th, 2018


Time for Week 13 of WNN, which I was pressed for time the most this week because I had missed a day this week, then I got put into a segment that had nothing done yet and I had to do all of it with my group members in two days. But what I did to help was shoot my segment at home, then when I brought it in I had to do the editing for the segment.

The weekly grind we normally have to do for WNN some what depends on what segment you're doing, like hosts is a lot more laid back and relaxed because you can do it in such a short amount of time. But for things like school news you have to hustle a lot more because you have to go to places and get their permissions or see if they would even want to be in the segment. But on Monday it's normally just working on scripts and signing up for segments. Then for the rest of the week it just goes to filming and editing until we start over in the next week.

But also communicating with your teammates makes it so much easier to get organized because it's not only you working on it you have more help and they can go ask other people for permission to film with them on certain days it's not just you going doing things.

But that's is all for this week thanks for checking in this week.

TAGS:
ANB 6.0: Synthesize aspects of broadcast media to create a presentation that communicates a specific message to a target audience.
ANB 6.1: Plan and construct a broadcast message targeted to a specific audience.
ANB 6.2: Develop a broadcast media production that conveys a targeted message.
ANB 6.3: Evaluate the interaction between broadcasting professions during the planning, and production of a media broadcast.

Monday, April 9, 2018

WNN April 6, 2018


Time for WNN week 12 I guess, even though Mr. Sanderl wants us to call it by the day it was published, I think it still easier to just call it by the week because that had been what we were doing before even though change can be good it's just easier for me.

But this week I did sports community and weather, which in my opinion it is the segment that just isn't as fun to do as some of the other segments especially since we can't use other peoples pictures or take pictures of the news paper anymore so a lot of the time now our pictures don't actually relate to what we're talking about it just covers up something like a cut. But I also did help with the Hosts since they needed someone to fill a spot because the other person signed up for hosts wasn't feeling great.


This week I have answer a few questions about how Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality is going to effect the broadcast industry. I think having things like 360° cameras are going to only impact some parts of the industry, because in some ways it's not always practical, but there is times it will be useful like when you're looking at videos of things in the wilderness and instead of having to just look at one thing you could look all around you.

 But for things like what we're doing, just trying to put information out to people, I think it will affected by augmented reality by could be in ways like when they are showing things off or when when they are doing the weather they could use better looking virtual 3D objects to better show off how the weather is going affect certain areas or how the clouds are going to move by actually showing 3D clouds moving around over certain areas.

 Then I think it will be affected by virtual reality be making it so there are more ways available to actually watch the news and it could be able to interact with since there are virtual reality things that have controllers that let you interact with what you're watching or what you're doing.


TAGS:
ANB 2.0: Evaluate the impact of advances in media technology on audiences and the broadcast industry.
ANB 2.1: Assess how changes in media technology have affected the accessibility of broadcast production.
ANB 2.2: Evaluate the impact of distribution technologies on the broadcast media industry and development.

Monday, April 2, 2018

WNN March 19, 2018



Whoa already in the 4th quarter, and three months into the new year. I think it's going by so fast. But this week I contributed by doing special segment with Kiara, and with Gavin but he only helped with it a little bit, because we didn't have enough the second day to finish the segment. I think that the future holds for broadcast media is going to be a lot more of online things and news shows that only or mainly show on TV are going to be a lot less popular than they are right now because more people are starting the use the internet to learn about current events than watching the news from what I have noticed just being around people. I think different people have been better responding the the internet lately just because they have more access to what they want to see instead of just what companies are putting on TV. I see the broadcast industry evolving with by going more into an interactive way so they will still have a chance of competing with the internet. But that's what I think about this topic, but that's all for this weeks blog.

TAGS:
ANB 1.0: Evaluate the evolving relationship between broadcast media and society for its impact on the broadcast industry.
ANB 1.1: Assess broadcasting as a communicative medium used to captivate, inform, motivate, or entertain.
ANB 1.2: Compare and contrast the impact of radio, television and Internet broadcasting on modern culture and society.
ANB 1.3: Assess the response of broadcast media and the broadcast industry to societal changes.

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

WNN Week 10



Time for week 10, and then a long deserved break for everyone in the cast! This week I did Sports, Community, & Weather with Jai. What I did to help with my segment was write the script, shoot it, and edit, so I did a lot of the segment.

 In the segment about the walk out, the part that captured me the most was really the B-roll seeing everyone together and working towards, and the rain really set the mood in the segment. In my segment the main goal of it was just to let people know what was going on outside of school this week, like the weather for this weekend, what's happening with sports, and what's happening in the community of the island, I don't really know what kind of reaction I was going for from this segment because it isn't like the special segment or school news where you can go for different kinds of reactions, it's a lot more a cookie cutter format, like school news, where you say generally the same thing every week, so I think it's feeling is kinda just like nothing crazy, it's just a informational segment so I think it would be hard to change it. But I do think that we get our goal getting out the information so that people know what is going on this weekend, because we said what we had to say. But that's it for week 10, see you all after spring break.


TAGS:
ANB 4.0: Evaluate the use of broadcast media to convey a narrative message to a targeted audience.
ANB 4.1: Deconstruct various media presentations to identify their effective components and the organizational structures used to convey them.
ANB 4.2: Assess the use of broadcast media to elicit a desired response from a targeted audience.

Friday, March 9, 2018

WNN Week 9



Hey fellow children, how did you enjoy week 9? This week I helped with school noise, except I wasn't there for helping with the interviews because I was sick, but I helped with some of the B-roll.  So first off to be a successful director I  think it takes being able to be firm and keeping everyone working but in a way where everyone is just overloading on stress because of the deadline coming up. Next the roles of a Project Manager is basically anything that has to organized, planned, executed, or monitored with a project is left up to them. Then the role of a Executive Producer is overwatch what the producer is having done or making for the sake of the people they are making it for. Lastly the role of the Director of Photography is the leader over the camera and lighting crews that work on something like a show or movie. Out of these I would say that the Director of Photography would be the path that interests me the most. But out of all career paths I'm not really interested in going to the pathways that have to do with producing things for television or anything that really has to do with what we have been doing here with WNN, I am more interested in going into things like computer science or computer programming, just because that's what I enjoy messing with or getting to use.

But that's all for week 9 of WNN, go warriors and fade out.

Tags:

ANB 5.0: Evaluate the interactions between various broadcast professions and their impact on broadcast media
development.
ANB 5.1: Compare and contrast professions associated with the production of Broadcast media.

WNN Week 8



Time for week 8, which was our first segment with actual teachers in it as the on camera hosts, so special thanks to all of the teachers who contributed to this week. This week I helped with special segment with the announcement of the meme contest, and you can send your original memes to wnn@kapaahs.k12.hi.us.

This week we have to do some blogging about the FCC and FTC and who they are and what kind of regulations they have on things like our program, which is broadcasting content. First off who is the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) and FTC (Federal Trade Commission). The FCC is a independent branch of the United States Government who regulates interstate and international communications through things like radio or anything that needs a satellite to travel. Then the FTC is another independent branch of the United States Government who has the principal mission of promoting consumer elimination and stopping anticompetitive business practices like monopolies. The FCC enforces their laws by resolving claims that people have by investigating the claim, and then take or recommend actions against the violations. Then the FTC also researches into claims then enforces their lines that way.

I definitely agree with the laws that they are enforcing because it doesn't just let people take what ever they want online and claim it as their own.

But that's it for week 8, go warriors and fade out.


TAGS:
ANB 3.0: Comply with legal and ethical practices used in the positive production and distribution of broadcast media.
ANB 3.1: Examine the significance of the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) and the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) to broadcast media distribution and development.
ANB 3.2: Evaluate legal and ethical behavior related to the creation, use, and distribution of broadcast content that minimizes the risk of legal or moral consequence.