Media created by youth has become a growing industry. It’s a way for young people to learn about the world and explore their artistic ambitions and as an outlet for self-expression. It’s also a way for them to engage with their communities and learn to become positive digital citizens. Host Sherri Hope Culver is joined by Craig Santoro from WHYY Public TV and Teri Yago-Ryan from the Big Picture Alliance, who are both part of organizations that have been running youth media programs for years and are able to share their insights about the importance of media created by young people.
Media Inside Out is a television talk show that explores the media we love to watch, listen to, read and play with an analytical and critical approach. Topics have included a discussion of diversity in commercials; the influence of news editing; and the shift in audience role from consumer to author. Media Inside Out approaches media with an appreciation for its potential as entertainment, and even as an educational tool, but balances that with an understanding of its impact and influence. Each episode digs deep into a specific media theme or media property. The series is produced and hosted by Sherri Hope Culver, director of the Center for Media and Information Literacy at Temple University. Program segments and information are conveyed in an entertaining, playful manner. The show explores, reveals, clarifies, and ultimately helps the audience appreciate the power of the media in their lives and their relationship with that media.Media Inside Out promotes creative and intellectual dialogue, while encouraging viewers to analyze their own media habits.