Mr. Rogers takes viewers behind the scenes of his classic television show in this 1984 episode. Rogers reveals the TV studio, cameras, lights, music, and takes you step by step through the making of his television show. Via PBSKids.org.
Can You Own a Sound? This provocative question is raised in a new resource from Community Classroom: Four lesson plans and film modules for Copyright Criminals, a dynamic documentary from Independent Lens that explores the origins of sampling culture in hip-hop music, copyright, creativity, and technological change. This curriculum is an invaluable tool for teachers […]
NAMLE is proud to be an outreach partner with FRONTLINE’s latest offering, Digital Nation, a new, open source PBS project that explores what it means to be human in an entirely new world – a digital world. It consists of a Web site and a major FRONTLINE documentary to be broadcast on Feb. 2, 2010. […]
2009 MLM Awards Longhouse Media, Tracy Rector and Annie Silverstein Newshour with Jim Lehrer, Media Unit & Extra Unit, Jeffrey Brown, Senior Media Correspondent, Leah Clapman, Extra Editor IFC (Independent Film Channel) – The Media Project, Kent Rees, Abby Ottenhoff 2007 MLM Awards Lawrence Lessig, of Creative Commons Barbara and David P. Mikkelson of Snopes.com 2005 MLM Awards Jon Stewart […]