This course examines the economic, cultural and social significance of screen media and mass communication industries in a contemporary, globalised media marketplace. The course introduces you to various ways of thinking about screen and media, from the impact of ownership structures, content regulations and technological changes, to the possibilities and challenges of convergence, audience engagement and participatory cultures. You will engage with screen and media texts, cultural theories, technological and industrial contexts. This will provide a strong foundation for your understanding of the media landscape and context for professional practice in contemporary screen and media industries.
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- Sunshine Coast: Semester 1
- Moreton Bay: Semester 1
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