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    Walt Disney was born in 1890 to a woman named Señora Isabelle Zamora. His father, Elias, met Isabelle in California of that same year and the two carried on an affair that ended with the birth of Walt. Later, Elias brought the two back to Chicago, Illinois where Isabelle became a housekeeper for the Disney family. Walt was assimilated into the Disney household and treated as the biological son of Elias and Flora Disney. Isabelle was with the family for years, being passed on from the Elias and

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    The Walt Disney Company is an American diversified multinational mass media corporation which is the largest media conglomerate in terms of revenue. It is present in five major industries - media networks, parks and resorts, studio entertainment, consumer products and interactive. According to the 2013 Fortune 500 list, The Walt Disney Company is the largest media conglomerate in terms of revenue in the United States, and it is followed by the News Corp, Time Warner, CBS and Viacom. (Fortune 500

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    Stop Motion using a camera – Stop-motion animation involves taking a process of pictures of a model, then moving it a small amount and taking the next photo. After this you then put all of the photos together and the small movements of the model appear to be a human-type action. Stop motion animation is basically just a series of still photographs taken one after another. Objects are moved and filmed picture by picture to emphasise small movements that they make. Some examples of stop motion films

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    the industry's existence, demonstrates a lot of information about the nature of capitalism. The modern film industry was born around the beginning of the twentieth century. On April 23rd 1896 Thomas Edition showed the first publicly-projected motion picture at Koster and Bial's Music Hall in New York City. From there the film industry had an explosive growth rate. In fact, not only was Thomas Edison the inventor of film but he is also responsible for the birth of media censorship. "The Kiss " was

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    Cinematic History

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    just moving pictures, started during the ending of the 19th century. The radio was invented around that time, but it was not accessible for home use until later. So the people of that time had to go stage shows to be entertained, such as vaudeville shows, or operas, or plays. Nickelodeons were around then, but they were used in bars, dance halls, and for the wealthy they were used for parlor tricks when guests would visit. Other than that it was books (Kiel 23). As far as pictures went, none were

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    Mass Media Industry

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    of companies that produce and supply television, radio and printed media to a large audience of customers. In this report, I will analyze a diverse collection of mass media firms composed of The Walt Disney Corporation (DIS), Viacom Inc. (VIAB), Time Warner Corporation (TWX) and Regal Entertainment Group (RGC). The mass media industry is growing immensely and the average annual growth rate for the worldwide broadcasting and cable TV is showing a growth of 27% annually, and an industry wide 5.6%

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    more places on this mud-ball earth than any human being in all history. In their day neither Caesar nor Napoleon were half so widely known” (Wallace, 1949). The Walt Disney Company, commonly known as Disney has created the iconic Mickey Mouse image that is known all over the globe, demonstrating Disney’s power in the media. The Walt Disney Company has been the world’s most dominant story telling company, making it highly responsible for constructing representations of childhood culture. Disney’s representations

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    ANIMATION T.Vaishali V.Lavanya CSE A Introduction: The word 'animation' is derived from anima, the Latin word for soul or spirit. The verb 'to animate' literally means 'to give life to'. From his earliest artworks, hunting scenes sketched in ochre on a cave wall, to highly refined Greek sculptures; mankind has always attempted to imbue his art with expressions of life by depicting his subjects as if caught in a frozen moment in time. Egotistical man placed himself

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    A group of children watch their favorite movie The Rescuers, frame per frame they see something in the background of one their favorite scenes; they pause the movie and look closely they see a woman’s naked torso. The children’s reaction to the explicit material is only one example that Disney uses offensive references, and visuals. Disney has a negative impact on society because of their explicit content, stereotypes, topics and visuals they edit into their feature films. Those who closely analyze

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    Disney: Shooting for the Stars

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    Bombarded by 24 hour entertainment available in living rooms, automobiles, and even on smartphones, motion picture consumers are besieged by frenzied, media producers vying for the all-mighty dollar in an incredibly challenging, if not schizophrenic, marketplace. Although some independent studios are able to produce critically acclaimed works on shoestring budgets, such productions rarely capture the attention of the wider consumer-base or enable such studios to maintain anything more than a meager

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