While pundits predict the end of TV, it is still a major family activity. Older broadcast TV (CBC, CTV, Global) is controlled by a different set of policies than cable and OTT TV (Netflix, Prime, [...]
One of the most compelling aspects of media studies involves sites of struggle. Sites of struggle are social phenomena that become arenas for changing values and behaviours. They include fashion, [...]
by Neil Andersen In Metaphors We Live By, cognitive linguist George Lakoff explains that most of our language is metaphorical. This is especially true when we are discussing abstract ideas rather [...]
One more sleep until #MediaLitWk! week 2021! Don’t forget to join @A_M_L_ & @otf_pd webinar “Media Literacy Week Celebration! The fun of teaching through and about Media Literacy” & check out @MediaSmarts for all the events & activities for October 25-30!