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Sport Marketing is Unique: No Other Industry has FANS

No other industry incites the same devotion and love from its loyal brand followers as sports, which requires a unique word to describe them. The term fan (fanatic?) is used to describe loyal sport team followers with their intense passion that goes beyond the loyalty to most non-sport products. 1,290 more words


This Week at English's Critical Media Lab: Artists, Robots, and PhD Candidates

Please join us for the next Critical Media Lab Salon featuring presentations by Prof. Jane Tingley, Department of Fine Arts, and Judy Ehrentraut, PhD candidate, Department of English. 247 more words

Graduate Students

5x5 Video Projects

This is the story of Fiddle Dangerfield. He is a young lad being forced to spend the day at a fashion museum. While waiting for an elevator he gets up to some shenanigans. 112 more words

Digital Media

A new faculty book on Necromedia

Congratulations to UWaterloo English professor, Marcel O’Gorman, on the publication of his book, Necromedia, by University of Minnesota Press. See below for the press release and a description of what necromedia is: 73 more words


Identity Project

Our assignment was to make/collage four images in Illustrator that conveyed a message about who we are as a person or what we value in our life. 179 more words

Digital Media

How to make a social movement go viral: dissecting #RhodesMustFall

Digital media can provide a wonderful platform for successful online social movements. However, not all social movements are digitised effectively. For a social movement to go viral, its organisers need to  masterfully combine a set of digital ingredients in order to get to get their message across. 763 more words