This list of Internet resources was originally created by Martha Keenan.
Browse through 30 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago.
Copyright Law of the United States
Individual chapters of the US Copyright Law: Digital Audio Recording Devices and Media;
Additional Provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act; Additional Provisions of
the Small Webcaster Settlement Act of 2002, etc.
"Simply put, this site is intended as an online resource for filmmakers on a budget. Here we can
exchange information helpful to the production and distribution of films and film-related projects."
A good brief introduction to film noir and classic examples of this genre.
International Journal of Communications Law and
International Journal of Communications Law and Policy is an electronic journal devoted
to the changing law, policy and technology of media regulation around the world.
Movies, Race, and
From UC Berkeley library, this site offers a broad sampling of ethnic and racial
representations in the movies over the last century. These films include works
of mainstream Hollywood, as well as historical and current movies by film-makers
of different American ethnic groups. Be sure to investigate ‘media resources’
on the left menu.
University of Iowa’s Communications Studies Program Multimedia program home page.
Links to different digital media.
Origins of American Animation
Highlights the origins of American animation (1900-1924), authored by Library of Congress.
Popular Culture: Resources for
Washington State University's link to popular culture via media. Web projects
of the American Studies program at WSU.
World Wide Web Consortium
This is a link to a multitude of sites that basically circle back to the www consortium.
Good for historical data and insight into the big picture.
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June 9, 2010