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This is a first, but I’m sure not a last. New Media talking about Old Media well at least on this show. Today we’re talking about a film “A Face In The Crowd” Director: Elia Kazan 1957
I’ve never seen a more poignant film than this that represents everything that is going on in New Media today. The idea of a “little radio show” much like a podcast is today launching personalities, to radio and TV personalities having influence over the thoughts of the general public and even big brands wanting a piece of the action because they want to attach their names to a rising star in hopes of selling more product.
Warning, there are some spoilers to the movie as we talk about some key scenes but we didn’t give away the ending or anything like that. All I can say is I encourage everyone to watch this movie even after all this time this movie is more relevant now than ever before.
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This show was off the cuff with our Wednesday morning media group that at Starbucks in Schaumburg. Drop by or Skype in if you ever want to be a part of nerdy discussions. When I brought it up in the group I was surprised to hear at at least one other had seen the movie.
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