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  • Christian Shaffer Interview

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    I had the pleasure of interviewing Christian Schaffer, the Co-anchor of Good Morning Maryland at WMAR-TV at ABC-2 News in Baltimore. Broadcast news is a medium that is thrilling, exciting, and fast paced. Schaffer took time out of his action filled days as a Co-Anchor to allow me to interview him and get inside his world. Schaffer’s main responsibilities consist of delivering the news accurately and fairly, without any basis on the topics reported. One of his biggest challenges he faces is delivering

  • The Mass Of Broadcast Journalism

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    Many aspiring Mass Communications majors find themselves intrigued and hopeful by the medium of Broadcast Journalism. Young students imagine themselves on television speaking to the public about the everyday happenings around the community. However, as other growing mediums emerge, Broadcast Journalism is a dwindling in viewership, especially with the younger generation. For my field research, I had the pleasure of interviewing Christian Schaffer. The newest co-anchor of Good Morning Maryland on

  • Chamillionaire: Getting Away From The Police

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    times have people tried getting away from the police, or do a crime against them? Chamillionaire sings on how tries to get away from the police, and the ways he does get away from them. He is a great rapper, because he puts everything he has and had into his music, and other rappers do the same thing. Although most of the rappers are good in a sort of way, a lot of them discriminate something about the police. Chamillionaire and most of the other people that have rapped, have had so much bad things that

  • The Substance Of A Piece Of Music Essay

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    well as their haters, in order to live well. The video portrays Chamillionaire’s life of excess, including depictions of expensive cars, designer clothes, diamonds, and other luxuries to suggest that a life well lived is a materialistic one. Chamillionaire expresses that in order to live a good life, one must have a life full of materialistic belongings. Throughout the music video to his song “Good Morning”, depictions of outlandishly expensive items are displayed. Not only did the video display

  • Paul Wall Research Paper

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    Paul Wall Net Worth Introduction The full name of Paul Wall is Paul Michael Slyton. He is born in 11th March 1981. He is a famous rapper who lives in Housten, Texas. He has a net worth of around $12.5 million. Biography & Wiki Paul spent his childhood with his mother and sister as his father had left them when the age of Paul was only 5. He felt very bad in those days until now when he claims that leaving of his father made him strong in mind. Paul’s father was addicted to heroin and did not gave

  • Robey's Role In Houston Music

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    Don Robey and Duke and Peacock Records In 1947, Robey became the manager for blues singer Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown. Soon after, Robey and business manager Evelyn Johnson, who is pictured here, established Robey the Buffalo Booking Agency. Two years later, Robey established Peacock Records, with Brown as his first artist. Robey was responsible for developing the careers of many rhythm and blues artists in the 1950s and 1960s, including Johnny Ace, Johnny Otis, Junior Parker, and Bobby Bland. Robey

  • The Influence of Protest Music during the 1960’s And Beyond Essay examples

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    The 1960’s was one of the most controversial decades in American history because of not only the Vietnam War, but there was an outbreak of protests involving civil and social conditions all across college campuses. These protests have been taken to the extent where people either have died or have been seriously injured. However, during the 1960’s, America saw a popular form of art known as protest music, which responded to the social turmoil of that era, from the civil rights movement to the war