I have learned that in film and television every action shot has an equal reaction shot. We watched a clip from Britain's Got Talent and we got to see Susan Boyle walk out on stage and be looked upon with disgust but then prove people wrong by singing wonderfully. With every action Susan made we got to see the crowd watch her and steadily become astounded. This is a very interesting study because it shows the two sides of the story the singer, in this case, and her audience. I believe that i have learned a lot from watching Susan perform and the way in which the producers of the show displayed it.
Mojos are the way of the future. With everyday camera phones given advanced software and external technology we can very well predict that the rise of mobile journalism, or mojo for short, will steadily increase as the years go on. This is a very interesting topic because living in a world where we receive information all the time from our phones we now can capture and share information directly from our phones. This is important because it means that more and more people can capture events. Take the recent ware house explosion in China. No big name news program would have ever been able to capture that in time, but anyone with a view and cell phone could easily document the tragedy and aftermath. This was important because it became easier to sympathize with the injured and dead people from the accident. Another reason mojos will change the world is we will get to see more unfiltered material. Some news stations censor their topics to the producers beliefs and interests but with mojos we will get to see a more broad amount of perspective. The final reason mojos will change the world is the amount of material that will be produced. As of now the genres of news are very narrow, but now that mojos are rising we are seeing more broad types of news in all fields. To conclude mojos are very important to society and will continue to be for a very long time.