Institutional Membership, usually purchased by the School or the Library, makes available the IJPC materials to all faculty, students and staff including permission to make an unlimited number of copies of IJPC materials for personal use only.
Individual Membership gives the individual sole use of IJPC materials for personal use only.
New IJPC Associates will receive a 1TB Hard Drive formatted for Apple or Window products. (There is a cost of $100 for the 1TB Hard Drive, shipping, handling and copying of files. There is no cost for the more than 80 hours of video transferred to the hard drive.)
The following mp4 video files and other materials include:
*The Heroes and Scoundrels Journalist in Popular Culture Project VIDEO – Approximately 40 hours
Each Chapter is broken into various segments. Determine which to use depending on your computer needs (Apple segments usually run 3 plus hours; Window segments run 4GB or under one hour).
Chapter One: History – 3:31:31 – Apple (One Section). Windows (Five Sections).
Chapter Two: Professionalism - 5:35:43 - Apple (One Section. Windows (Seven Sections).
Chapter Three: Difference - 7:19:38 - Apple (Two Sections). Windows (Ten Sections).
Chapter Four: Power - 7:01:58 - Apple (Two Sections). Windows (Nine Sections).
Chapter Five: Image - 6:47:03 - Apple (Two Sections). Windows (Ten Sections)
Chapter Six: War - 4:22:41 - Apple (One Section). Windows (Six Sections).
Conclusion: The Future - 3:02:54 including final video of excerpts running 22 minutes (can be used to begin or end the class) - Apple (One Section). Windows (Four Sections).
*Master Heroes and Scoundrels Script with all voice-overs for easy reference including an Appendix listing every video and where to find it (no transcripts of the more than 350 clips are included).
*The Heroes and Scoundrels Journalist in Popular Culture Project information sheet.
*All of the Nine IJPC 40-hour Video Collections, will be added to the hard drive as mp4 files.
The Image of the Washington Journalist in Movies and Television, 1932 to 2013, a two dual layer-disc, 8:20:00 video compilation with 126 movie and televisionclips tracing the history of the Washington journalist in the 20th and 21st centuries.
The Image of the Public Relations Practitioner in Movies and Television, 1901 to 2011, a three dual layer-disc, 11:46:05 video compilation with 326 movie and television clips tracing the history of the public relations practitioner in the 20th and 21st centuries.
The Image of the Gay Journalist in Movies and Television, 1929 to 2009, a three-disc, 4:42:23 video compilation with 123 movie and television clips tracing the history of the gay journalist in the 20th and 21st centuries. Also included is a special supplement on The Image of the Gay Public Relations Practitioner in Movies and Television.
The Image of the War Correspondent in Movies and Television, 1931-2007, a two-disc, 225-minute compilation with 166 movie and television clips tracing the image of the war correspondent in films and television from 1931 to 2007.
Journalism Ethics Goes to the Movies, a one-hour-and-50 minute video compilation for IJPC Associates members created to supplement the book edited by Howard Good.(Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, MD, 2008). Good is a professor of journalism at SUNY New Paltz. He was a pioneering author of a series of books on the image of the journalist in films and novels including Outcasts: The Image of Journalists in Contemporary Films; Girl Reporter: Gender, Journalism, and the Movies; The Drunken Journalist: The Biography of a Film Stereotype, and Acquainted With the Night: The Image of Journalists in American Fiction, 1890 –1930. He’s also written books on media ethics and public education. The IJPC Video follows Journalism Ethics Goes to the Movies chapter by chapter. The book’s 12 chapters explore issues that should concern anyone who aspires to a career in journalism, works in journalism or relies on journalism for daily information. The contributors do their exploring at the movies where sportswriters, war correspondents, investigative reporters, crime reporters, spin-doctors, TV anchors and harried city editors jostle for attention.
The Image of the Broadcast Journalist in Movies and Television, 1937-2006, an updated two-hours-and-48 minute video compilation for IJPC Associates members containing 200 movie and television clips tracing image of the broadcast journalist in films and television from 1937 to 2006.
Real-Life Journalists in Movies and Television, 1939-2007, a completely revised and updated two-hour-and-13-minute video compilation for IJPC Associates members containing 79 movie and television clips tracing image of the journalist in films and television from 1939 to 2003 featuring real-life journalists or actors portraying real-life journalists or movies based on the lives of real-life journalists.
Sob Sisters: The Image of the Female Journalist, 1929-2003, a revised and updated two-hour-and-41 minute video compilation with more than 136 movie and television clips documenting the history of the female journalist in film and television in the 20th and 21st centuries.
Hollywood Looks at the News: 1914-2007, a one hour-and-49-minute video compilation with 165 movie and television clips documenting the history of journalists in film and television in the 20th and 21st century.
These videos are only available to IJPC Associates for personal use only.
*The opportunity to order any available tape or disc of any item not commercially available in The IJPC Database for personal use. These tapes and discs include thousands of films and TV programs featuring journalists or the media, from the 1920s to the present. Also includes 28 2 1/2 hour documentaries on the Image of the Journalist in Film and Television from 1914 to 1990. These tapes - available only to IJPC Associates - cost $25 plus shipping and handling.
*IJPC Associates' Discount on Frank Capra and the Image of the Journalist in American Film by Joe Saltzman and other IJPC publications as they are produced
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As a new IJPC Associate, you will receive complete access to The Heroes and Scoundrels Journalist in Popular Culture Project:
The book is available on Amazon in hard-cover, paperback, e-book, Kindle and aps for IPads, IPhones and other smart phones.
The video: The complete 40-hour Heroes and Scoundrels video program and, as a bonus, the complete 40-hour IJPC Video Compilations (nine videos) will be available to you on Quicktime Player .mp4 files. We also have purchased a series of 1TB Hard drives for your convenience. Since the 80-hour video package takes up about 350GB, that means you will have 650GB of storage space for your own videos, documents and photographs.
But there are several unavoidable costs involved:
* Only members of the IJPC Associates will be legally allowed to receive the video package free of charge. If you are not already a member of the IJPC Associates, with proof of purchase of the Heroes and Scoundrels: The Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture or AEJMC membership, your annual fee will be reduced from $50 to $35. If you are already a member, this cost will not apply.
*The cost of the brand new 1TB Hard drive, complete with the mp4 files of the 40-hour Heroes and Scoundrels video package and the 40-Hour IJPC Video Compilations included, will cost $100 ($80 for AEJMC members or proof of purchase of Heroes and Scoundrels: The Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture). That price only covers the cost of the hard drive and shipping/handling/transferring of files. There is no charge for the 80 hours of video files. You must specify whether you want the IMac (Apple) or Windows application.
To receive the video package:
Or send Application Form to: Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture (IJPC) Attention: Joe Saltzman, Room 102B, Annenberg
School for Communication and Journalism, University of Southern California, 3502 Watt Way, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0281.
Information: 310-377-8883. Fax: 310-377-7935
Joe Saltzman, Director, Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture (IJPC)
Annenberg School for Communication Room 102B)
University of Southern California, 3502 Watt Way, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0281.