Mark Schubin History of Media Series Debuts June 10 with ‘The Origins of the Newscast’
Mark Schubin History of Media Series will debuts on June 10 with ‘The Origins of the Newscast’. Join media-technology historian Mark Schubin for this SVG-sponsored webinar that will kick off Schubin’s new webinar series on the “Wild World of the History of Media Technology”, which will also explain how reprogrammable devices existed in the 15th century, a video image was seen by 1879, and electrical data transmission dates-back to the 18th century.
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“We live in a world of the 24-hour news cycle,” Schubin explains. “Would you believe the idea was published in 1846? A war correspondent was injured on the job in the Middle East and became the video news story that came complete with press markings on the vehicle, product placement on the news set, an HD aspect ratio for home viewers and giant screens for those in public spaces. Thousands began paying for electronic newscasts in 1893.”
Historian, engineer and “explainer,” Mark Schubin has been writing about and producing media for over 40 years. His website, SchubinCafe.com, is a compendium of all his writings and many public presentations. He is most noted for his work with the Metropolitan Opera and as program chair of the esteemed HPA Retreat.