1. It's always a party

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    It's always a party at Livingway, this video is just a quick look at what some of our volunteers do on Sundays. It is also a thank you to all of our volunteers that make Livingway possible. This is a small example of "I Love My Church" Music Performed by: Venture The Wilderness-hell in a handbasket OK Go- End love Cameras: Canon 7D with Pentax 50mm 1.4 iPhone 4S

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    • Ford Focus RS Direct Bristol Unwrap There RS RS500

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      Ford Focus RS Direct Unwrap There RS RS500

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      • Ild i hytten

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        Beder laver Whiskey sovs, og det er vildt. P.s Det er i det nye hood, ROSENHØJ!

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        • Texting Habits During Class

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          1) While eliminating bias completely from the media is impossible, I did do certain things to try to reduce the bias from this production. One thing I did was first researching the topic and getting unbiased research from all angles. After doing this research, I selectively chose people to interview, showing different views on the topic and showing both sides of the issue. I interviewed teachers and students alike, along with interviewing people who are both for and against texting in class. I also made sure not to add my own opinion into the narrative. The narration was strictly data and facts, not opinions. I asked open-ended questions to allow the interviewees to have their own opinion and express themselves freely without any biased questions. 2) Like stated earlier, it is impossible to get rid of bias completely. I understand that my production even has bias, more than i am even aware of most likely. One point of bias is the simple fact that even though I did research on the topic, it was impossible to report on everything pertaining to this issue. There was so much more research and interviews that I had gathered but simply could not add into the production, for time's sake. Since I could not report on everything I found, I also had to be selective about what I put in my production, which is also considered a form of bias. As the reporter, it was my choice what to put in the story, so leaving things out is also biased. I selected who I interviewed, which is also probably biased. I'm not sure, but the fact that the story also pertains to me (as a college student), it is probably a form of bias, because I would have a strong opinion on the topic as well. 3) The issue that I decided to report on is the texting habits of young adults, more specifically, in the classrooms. The two sides of the issue is people that are for texting in class and people who are against texting in class. I reported on the data and statistics concerning the texting habits of young adults in class, such as how many people text during class and how many think it is okay to text in class. I then showed interviews of teachers and students, and people who are for and against texting in class. To pertain to Hedielberg, I used Heidelberg students and faculty, along with showing some sample syllabi with rules against texting in class. I tried to keep the narration as unbiased as possible, only showing facts and statistics and introducing the interviewees. I then allow the listener or watcher to decide on their own what they believe. 4) The uninformed audience member are both teachers and students. Most students know that people text in class, but they may not know to what extent along with the statistics that I reveal. Same with teachers. They are not dumb and realize it happens, but again, this information may be useful to them in the future. 5) The uninformed viewer should learn the facts and statistics concerning the texting habits of young adults in class. They should also hear the opinions of both sides of the issue from a variety of interviewees. The viewer should be able to choose a side on their own. All I wanted to do was show the facts and statistics, views from both sides of the issue, and show the rules of some teachers. Simply inform the audience. 6) Mayk, Vicki. "Wilkes University Professors Examine Use of Text Messaging in the College Classroom." Wilkes University Latest News Archive. 29 Nov. 2010. http://www.wilkes.edu/pages/194.asp?item=61477. Accessed 14 Nov. 2011. The Nielsen Company. "U.S. Teen Mobile Report: Calling Yesterday, Texting Today, Using Apps Tomorrow." Nielsenwire. 2011. http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobile/u-s-teen-mobile-report-calling-yesterday-texting-today-using-apps-tomorrow/. Accessed 14 Nov. 2011 Watters, Audrey. "College Students Admit To 'Shocking' Text Messaging Habits in Class." The New York Times. 3 December 2010. http://www.nytimes.com/external/readwriteweb/2010/12/02/02readwriteweb-college-students-admit-to-shocking-text-mes-73037.html?ref=technology. Accessed 14 Nov. 2011. Hawley, Kristen. "Students Say Professors Would Be Shocked at the Number of Texts Sent During Class." Geeksugar. 3 Dec. 2010. http://www.geeksugar.com/College-Students-Texting-During-Class-12390444. Accessed 14 Nov. 2011. Nixon, Barbara. "Don't Text in Class And Here's Why." Public Relations Matters. 10 Nov. 2010. http://publicrelationsmatters.com/2010/11/10/dont-text-in-class-and-heres-why/. Accessed 14 Nov. 2011.

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          • Fred Hush

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            Fred Hush In a World Where Music Rules

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            • El López

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              • November 13, 2011 - How I Got My Life Back

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                Today we hear two stories of faith and healing. Do you identify with desperation? Or have you crossed the line into hopelessness? Listen or watch as Cynthia shows us how to look and ask for miracles, give God a chance and have faith that God will respond and give us our lives back. Gospel of Mark 5:1-43

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                • I Am Rich?, Part 1- November 13, 2011

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                  Copyright Crosswind Church Lighthouse Drama 640 Lucabaugh Mill Road Westminster, MD 21157.

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                  • Red Bull Canimation Entry

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                    Well, i just wanted to have some fun making this and see what happens... Very entertaining to make! =]

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                    • For I Know The Plans I Have For You

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                      http://faith-outreach.org For I Know The Plans I Have For You

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