INCA 283 History of Aboriginal Media in Canada

Indian Communication Arts (INCA)

Monday, March 10

Attendance

Announcements:

  • Don List (Birdsong) project on Regina Industial School
  • Deb Charles had a death in her family and the funeral is today – she will do her presentation next week
  • There will be a class on Monday, March 24
  • This Wednesday, March 12: The School of Journalism at the University of Regina is pleased to invite you to the 34th Annual Minifie Lecture, 7.30 pm, March 12 at the Education Auditorium. Mark your calendars!

Assignments

  • Hand back Assignment #2
  • Assignment #4 – MBC radio survey due today
  • Assignment #3 – Exam (rescheduled to last day of class Monday, April 14)
  • Assignment #5 – APTN program research and presentation (due Monday, March 25)
  • Assignment #6 – APTN Program Pitch (presentation on Monday, April 7; 500-word written submission due Monday, April 14)

Activities:

1) Students select shows for APTN Research

  • Kristy – The Other Side
  • Heather – Blackstone
  • Brayden – The Medicine Line
  • Paige – Heartland
  • Leeland – Arctic Air
  • Dale – Bionic Bannock Boys

Canada Reads: One Novel to Change Our Nation – The Orenda by Joseph Boyden (championed by Wab Kinew)

2) Mid-term examination study session

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INCA_283_2010_Winter_Study_guide_for_mid-term

2) MBC Research – discuss findings and answer the research question: “Why do people listen to MBC radio?”

3) Magic in the Sky – essay question for exam – Why did the Inuit people insist on having a role in television broadcasting in their regions?

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