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Young Media Critics is the voice of young people from elementary to high school and beyond to discuss,review, analyze, question and critique the media messages that surround them every day. film, books, videos, games, clothing, health and nutrition are among some of their topics of interest.The young co-hosts interview invited guests and give their views on hot topics of the week. Call in at 347-633-9114 or register at Blogtalk Radio so you can join the chat room and let us hear your voice.

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The Young Media Critics conclude their 3 part series on the Language of Persuasion! We shared with you the goal of most media messages is to persuade the audience to believe or do something. Hollywood movies use expensive special effects to make us believe that what we're seeing is real. News stories use several techniques – such as direct quotation of identified sources – to make us believe that the story is accurate. The media messages most concerned with persuading us are found in advertising, public relations and advocacy. Commercial advertising tries to persuade us to buy a product or service. Public relations (PR) "sells" us a positive image of a corporation, government or organization. Politicians and advocacy groups (groups that support a particular belief, point of view, policy, or action) try to persuade us to vote for or support them, using ads, speeches, newsletters, websites, and other means. Join the Young Media Critics on Tuesday July 29, 2014 at 5 p.m. for the last examples of the more advanced persuasion techniques use by advertisers, PR firms and Political strategists! Call in at 347-633-9114 or join us in the chat room.
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Join us on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 5 p.m. when the Young Media Critics…voices of the future interview our mysterious guest. You will not want to miss this show! For the first time in the Young Media Critics history, the... more

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Young Media Critics- voices of the future will continue to discuss African American History Month also known as Black History Month. We learned who created "Negro History Week" – Carter Woodson and in 1926. Our... more

Young Media Critics- voices of the future will discuss African American History Month also known as Black History Month. Do you know who created "Negro History Week" and in what year? "If a race has no history,it has no worthwhile... more

The Young Media Critics continue their discussion "What does ?good hair versus bad hair? mean? Good hair is a colloquial phrase used within the African American community to generally describe African American hair (or the hair... more

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Are you good at making New Year's Resolutions, however encounter a challenge it keeping them? Is it laziness, procrastination or lack of how to follow through on goals? Join the Young Media Critics as they discuss myths, the truth and offer... more

Are you good at making New Year's Resolutions, however encounter a challenge it keeping them? Is it laziness, procrastination or lack of how to follow through on goals? Join the Young Media Critics as they discuss myths, the truth and offer... more

The holiday season is rapidly approaching and parents will be facing their children asking for toys that they see advertised everywhere. The is a previously aired show that gives some tips to parents on how to handle "I want that toy".

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