The Department of Radio/Television/Film explores the history, theory, and production of media—from cinema to television to sound design to interactive media and emerging technologies.
The notion of making media mobile can be traced back to the “first time someone thought to write on a tablet that could be lifted and hauled – rather than on a cave wall, a cliff face, a monument that usually was stuck in place, more or less forever”.
he media have come to play an ever more prominent role in social and cultural life since the emergence of the so-called "mass media" in the late nineteenth century.
journalism, the collection, preparation, and distribution of news and related commentary and feature materials through such print and electronic media as newspapers, magazines, books, blogs, webcasts, podcasts, social networking and social media sites, and e-mail as well as through radio, motion pictures, and television.
Digital innovations are not a know-how topic in 2020 because the processes of the Fourth Industrial Revolution have swept not just manufacturing and traditional industrial practices but literally every field of human life.