10.25.2012

Martial Arts & K-Pop: The New Role Models

So this post is long overdue, simply because I myself have not posted in forever but I have a bit of free time on my hands and therefore am able to type this at the office of the non-profit I work with (check them out).

Keep it civil, discuss below.

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  1. It's about time, Mister! Nice to have you back!

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  2. It is nicer to see more diverse representation in the media. I definitely agree that sites like kickstarter and youtube help to get the information out without having to go through a marketing agency.It's a great shift in creative control. There is definitely still a need for greater change because mass media is still owned by companies who do not have minorities interest at heart. So its a good idea to be thoughtful about investing money into a space for expressing creativity and ideas without false notions of what people are or should be. People can make their own dreams come true. I really enjoyed the video.

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  3. The internet is great for alternate media with more diversity. Growing up I could only listen to local radio or watch cable tv. Now I don't even listen to the radio, too much ringtone rap. I discover new artists online and can watch independently produced shows.

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    1. Amen! TV has almost become entirely irrelevant to me.

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