The Media Time Machine: The History of the Print Media

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This brief slideshow was designed to illustrate the extent to which a program such as Apple Keynote can be used as an animation tool. It was designed by my colleague and husband, Shannan Butler for his Interactive Media: Design and Production class. The slides introduce the history of the print media through the concept of a media time machine. Although invisible in SlideShare, this slideshow actually only contains 2 slides: the first slide contains 81 builds and the second one 64. The content for each of the slides was joined together into a single horizontal strip and animated as an action move.

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A Brief history of print media

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Block Printing Press Invented

China korea Middle ages - europe germany United states

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First Printed Newspaper

China korea Middle ages - europe germany United states

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Movable Copper-Alloy Type Invented

China korea Middle ages - europe germany United states

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Movable Copper-Alloy Type Invented

Books were copied by monastic scribes. First written on vellum scrolls then eventually as paper books.

China korea Middle ages - europe germany United states

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Books were copied by monastic scribes. First written on vellum scrolls then eventually as paper books.

Johannes Gutenberg Inventedthe Printing Press

Gutenberg Bible

China korea Middle ages - europe germany United states

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Gutenberg Bible

First U.S. NewspaperFirst magazine publishedin North America

China korea Middle ages - europe germany United states

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First magazine publishedin North America

China korea Middle ages - europe germany United states

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First magazine publishedin North America

China korea Middle ages - europe germany United states

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The Commercial Press

The Partisan

Press1770+1830

United states

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The Commercial Press

The Partisan

Press1770+1830

First steam powered rotary press

Benjamin Day introduces Penny Press

United states

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First steam powered rotary press

Benjamin Day introduces Penny Press

Earnest P. Beadle & Co. introducesthe Dime Novel

National Geographic introduces color plates

Irwin

United states

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First steam powered rotary press

Benjamin Day introduces Penny Press

Earnest P. Beadle & Co. introducesthe Dime Novel

National Geographic introduces color plates

Irwin

United states

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Yellow journalism (1880-1900)william randolph hearstsnew york journal

joseph pulitzersnew york world

First steam powered rotary press

Benjamin Day introduces Penny Press

Earnest P. Beadle & Co. introducesthe Dime Novel

National Geographic introduces color plates

Irwin

United states

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Yellow journalism (1880-1900)william randolph hearstsnew york journal

joseph pulitzersnew york world

Earnest P. Beadle & Co. introducesthe Dime Novel

National Geographic introduces color plates

United states

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Pocket Books introduced byRobert de Graff

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United states

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Newspaper Preservation Act

Offset Printing introduced

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United states

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Offset Printing introduced

USA Today

Printed Regionally

via Satellite

United states

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CREDITS

To view the slides with all the animations, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKTAUefFcqw

For a description on how they were created,check:http://bit.ly/b6augz

CREDITS:Shannan Butler, Ph.D.Assistant Professor of CommunicationSt. Edwards UniversityAustin, TexasEmail: shannanb@stedwards.eduBlog: http://www.thedigitalrhetorician.com