Hello, and welcome to the University of Miami Libraries Guide to Media Management Resources! The purpose of this guide is to help you navigate through the many media related resources available to you through the University of Miami Libraries system and beyond.
DVD Non-fiction TK 6143.B4 A44 2005
This DVD chronicles the life of Alexander Graham Bell and the invention of the telephone.
VHS (Ask at Circ Desk) VID 5277
Father Coughlin became one of the first demagogues who used electronic media in the 1930s to spread their controversial messages.
VHS (Ask at Circ Desk) VID 2101
This PBS documentary describes the battle of Philo Farnsworth to invent television against its main competitor, RCA.
DVD Television C 537 .M343
This two-DVD set includes episodes of 18 early television shows: Riverboat, Letter to Loretta, Studio One, The Danny Thomas Show, Texaco Star Theater, Name That Tune, This Is Your Life, Mama, Twenty-One, The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, Topper, You Bet Your Life, The Jack Benny Show, I Married Joan, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, Bold Journey, Suspense, and The Deputy.
DVD Non-fiction PN 1992.8.A34 C656 2004
This 87-minute video retraces and analyzes portrayals of African-Americans on prime-time television from the 1950s to the 1980s.
DVD Non-fiction PN 1998.3.G76 D83 2008
While this director is credited for developing pioneering filmmaking techniques, thereby becoming a leader of the movie industry by the 1920s, he remains primary known for his controversial cinematographic masterpiece, Birth of a Nation.
DVD Non-fiction TK 5105.885.G66 D69 2009
This series of four DVDs describes the rise of the worldwide web, browser technology, search capabilities, electronic commerce, and Web 2.0.
DVD Non-fiction PN 4784.R2 E393 2006
This documentary chronicles the life and legacy of Edward R. Murrow, widely considered as the father of broadcast journalism.
DVD Non-fiction TK 6548.U6 E475 2004
This two-hour Ken Burns documentary reviews the history of radio through the lives of its three main protagonists, Lee de Forest, Edwin Howard Armstrong, and David Sarnoff.
DVD Non-fiction TK 5105.88817 .F33 2008
60 Minutes Leslie Stahl talks to Facebook founder 23-year-old Mark Zuckerberg about the prospects of his company in 2008.
DVD Non-fiction HM 743.F33 F236 2011
This 2011 CNBC documentary examines the origins, privacy concerns, uses, and future of Facebook.
DVD Non-fiction TK 5611 .G743 2005
This video narrates the story of Cyrus Field, a New York entrepreneur, who envisioned and supervised the laying of the first 2000-mile telegraph cable across the Atlantic in 1866.
DVD Non-fiction E 184.A1 H37 2000
This 22-minute video examines the issue of hate speech online through Ted Koppel's interview with Don Black, the founder of the white supremacist website Storm Front, and Floyd Abrams, a First Amendment lawyer.
DVD Non-fiction D 811.A2 H578 2009
This DVD contains a segment that investigates the role of journalist Harry Brundidge in the post-war treason trial of Iva Toguri (Tokyo Rose).
DVD Non-fiction HD 9696.8.U64 G66 2010
This CNBC documentary looks at the culture, products, management, and revenue model of Google.
DVD Non-fiction JF 2112.D43 J45 2011
Contents cover the three televised presidential debates between Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice-President Richard M. Nixon in 1960, which marked the entrance of television into presidential politics.
DVD Non-fiction HF 5822 .K555 2010
Jean Kilbourne, a renown speaker on images of women in advertising, lectures on such themes as objectification, slimness, and consumerism.
DVD Non-fiction HE 8700.6 T445 2003
This documentary covers the controlled chaos of television station news operations and addresses the criticism of news sensationalism.
DVD Non-fiction P 96.V5 T446 2010
Through the work of late leading communication scholar George Gerbner, this DVD introduces viewers to the effects of media violence, including cultivation and desentization effects.
DVD Non-fiction P 96.O24 M435 2003
This 41-minute video produced by ABC News examines the issue of sensationalism, truth, and gullibility in news media coverage.
DVD Non-fiction KF 224.S3 M665 2006
This documentary chronicles the trial of biology teacher John Scopes who was arrested for teaching evolution in violation of Tennessee state law in 1925.
DVD Non-fiction DS 558 .T446 2009
This documentary describes how and why Daniel Ellsberg, a former government official, leaked secret documents about the Vietnam conflict to the press in 1971.
DVD Non-fiction PN 4735 .N497 2007
This four-part series from FRONTLINE addresses the relationship between journalists and the Bush Administration, the consequences of the Valerie Plame investigation, and the challenges to the news business, such as the impact of emerging media.
DVD Non-fiction TK 6638.U6 P566 2005
This DVD covers comedian stars from vaudeville to radio to television; it includes footage from such shows as The Milton Berle Show, The Ed Sullivan Show, The Jack Benny Show, The Red Skelton Show, I Love Lucy, and The Honeymooners.
DVD Non-fiction PN 1992.3 .U5 P56 2008 v.1
Contents include interviews and clips about late night shows, sitcoms, game shows, and variety shows.
DVD Non-fiction PN 1992.3 .U5 P56 2008 v.2
Contents include interviews and clips about science fiction programs, westerns, crime dramas, and local kids' TV shows.
DVD Non-fiction PN 1992.3 .U5 P56 2008 v.3
Contents include interviews and clips about prime-time soaps, funny ladies, superheroes, and miniseries.
DVD Non-fiction PN 1992.75 .P56 2014
Contents include interviews and clips from Seinfeld, Miami Vice, Roseanne, ER, I Love Lucy, and Star Trek.
DVD Non-fiction D 810.P7 P767 2002
This 28-minute video covers political and military propaganda used during the Russian Revolution, World War II, the Gulf War, and NATO attacks against Serbia.
DVD Non-fiction P 90 .M447 2004 v.2
This 28-minute video examines the history, purpose, operations, and crisis management function of public relations.
Richter Videos (Ask at Circ Desk) VID 5276
This PBS video reveals the inside story of the television quiz show scandal in the 1950s that led to the fall of popular Twenty-One contestant Charles Van Doren.
DVD Non-fiction HV 6695 .Q59 2006
This DVD describes how the producers of Twenty-One, the famous game show in the 1950s, deceived television audiences by prepping contestants for the correct answers.
DVD Non-fiction QA76.9.A25 C47 2014
This video explains how social engineering is used to steal someone's digital identity, how the cyber weapon stuxnet was designed, and how quantum physics could be utilized to break the popular RSA encryption.
DVD Non-fiction P 96.S5 S498 2007
This 38-minute video examines gender stereotypes in the media from a cultural, historical, and sociological perspective.
DVD Non-fiction HD 9696.2.U62 J639 2011
This PBS documentary retraces Apple CEO Steve Jobs' life, career, and achievements through the people who knew him.
Richter Videos (Ask at Circ Desk) VID 2102
This PBS video tells the story of how the telephone was invented and deployed commercially in the United States.
DVD Non-fiction CT 275.T717 T659 1995
After World War II, American-born Iva Toguri who was one of the "Tokyo Rose" announcers was arrested and convicted of treason.
DVD Non-fiction PN 1992.3.I75 A868 2007
The late leading communication researcher and father of cultivation theory George Gerbner discusses the effects of violent television portrayals on society.
DVD Non-fiction PN1998.3.D576 W358 2015
Walt Disney was a visionary entrepreneur who created a media and entertainment empire and developed a new award-winning art form.
DVD Non-fiction PR 5777 .A44 2013
On October 30, 1938, Orson Welles and his team performed H.G. Wells' famous science-fiction work on radio and, in the process, caused mass panic among listeners.