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Use the three image links above to access GEEVIDEO.com’s excellent archive of Pop Music on TV Clips. When you click on one of the movie clips, you will see a ‘Download Spamblocker’ advert - ignore this and click on the ‘skip’ option on top right hand corner of the screen. The video should then be ready to watch.
Anyone teaching pop music needs to ge their libary to order the fabulous comprehensive history of pop by Alan Parker called All You Need is Love. It’s coming out on...[ read full article ] »
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Joe McElderry and Rage Against the Machine: a most unlikely chart battle!
In this scheme of work Stephen Hill compares the campaign for Joe McElderry’s ‘The Climb’ (UK number two, Christmas 2009) and Rage Against the Machine’s ‘Killing in the Name’ (UK number one, Christmas 2009). He considers the ways in which the marketing of the two songs reflects very different strategies for the promotion of pop music in the 21st Century....[ read full article ] »
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Popular Music on TV Revision.ppt...[ read full article ] »
WJEC GCSE Media Studies Section A Mock Exam
After viewing the video tape which consists of extracts from the music programmes use the notes you have made to answer the following questions.
1. Choose one of the music programmes shown and explain how two of the following are used to interest audiences. 
- Camera Shots
- Special effects
2. Create a new music programme which targets young people.
Suggest a name for your new Music Programme....[ read full article ] »
Categories: GCSE, Key Concepts, Institutions, Music, British Pop Music, Music Video, Other Topics, Production Zone, Audio Production, Music Press, Music Press History, Music Press Institution, Music Press Language, Music Press Links One, Pop Music on TV
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musicovery.com Free access to a range of music on the Internet
If your Media Studies production is an audio visual piece then it will most likely involve the use of some music. This might be in the background of an advert, to make a film trailer more exciting, or as the focus of a music video.
What you need to remember is that even though it’s incredibly easy to download music and sound effects from the Internet, it’s not always a good idea to use those files in your media production.
In this article, I’ll give you the information you...[ read full article ] »