By Mical Kasweka John Lee Hancock in conversation with RTA School of Media associate professor Michael Coutanche. (Courtesy of Susan Smythe-Bishop) If students are wondering where to start when entering…
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Watching movies with his father was always a pastime for fourth-year RTA School of Media student, Alex Weiditch, but this was threatened when his father went blind in his late 40s.
Meet Raymond Ablack, a 27-year-old actor from Toronto who plays both Sav Bhandari in Degrassi: The Next Generation and Agent Stoddard in the third season of Narcos.
If you stop any student on the Ryerson campus and ask them how they’re doing financially, their response will probably range from “broke” to “really broke.”
It’s no secret that university students are short on cash. Tuition fees are hard enough to pay on time, but students in the Radio Television Arts (RTA) program face additional costs in order to finish their degrees.
A group of Ryerson RTA students is trying to get audiences to put down their phones during concerts by filming it with a 360 degree camera.
Machina is a fourth-year practicum project that is creating a new, immersive way to relive concerts by using virtual reality technology to show concert footage on their online app.