My media journey this week made me realize something intriguing – different media types demand distinct levels of involvement, and the people you’re with can change how you perceive the content.  When I read the online article about Peter Attia’s quest to “cheat death,” it was like a solo introspection session. It got me thinking deeply about life and death, a personal commitment to contemplation.  Then, I went with friends to watch “Barbie – The Movie” at

Media content consumed[PS1] Media type[PS2] Media format[PS3] Media platform[PS4]  / channelMedia device[PS5] Media producer/ author[PS6] Media intention/ goal[PS7] Emotional Response[PS8] Link
Video: How Quebec Plans To Save Itself From English  News storyAudio-visualYoutubeCellphoneVersedInformSadnesshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcJu_f2uPDc&t=25s
Barbie – The movieMovieAudio-visualCinema TheaterCinema Theater/ ScreenWarner BrosEntertainmentExcitementN/A
Longevity expert and bestselling author Peter Attia can help you cheat death—for a whileOnline Magazine ArticleVisual or WrittenInternetLaptopMaclean’s MagazineReflectionCuriosityhttps://macleans.ca/society/health/peter-attia-cheat-death/
Tiktok video about emojisTiktok videoAudio-visualTiktokCellphoneInfluencer Andrey AzizovInformJoyhttps://www.tiktok.com/@andreyazizov/video/7278451569870294315?_r=1&_t=8fhT6NQd7p7
Stranger Things season 4SerieAudio-visualNetflixTVNetflixEntertainment/ LeisureJoyN/A
32 thoughts: the podcast – epi Blue Jacket Blowup  PoscastAudioSpotifyCellphoneAmil DelicConvincementBoredomhttps://open.spotify.com/episode/1fQSSrK31452ekJN4pGwTn

Add a personal reflection about your Media weekly experience (70 to 250 words):

Example: My media journey this week made me realize something intriguing – different media types demand distinct levels of involvement, and the people you’re with can change how you perceive the content.  When I read the online article about Peter Attia’s quest to “cheat death,” it was like a solo introspection session. It got me thinking deeply about life and death, a personal commitment to contemplation.  Then, I went with friends to watch “Barbie – The Movie” at the cinema. It was all about sharing joy and nostalgia. The commitment was about having fun together, laughing, and reliving childhood memories. Media, in this case, became a nostalgic experience. Lastly, “Stranger Things” Season 4 with the family was a different deal. It was a group event, full of suspense and family discussions. It showed how media can strengthen family bonds.  Different media forms make us commit differently, and the people we’re with can completely change our perspective and experiences. Whether you’re diving deep into something solo, having a moment with friends, or cozying up with family, each experience adds layers to our understanding of how media fits into our lives.  In this mix of context, company, and commitment, I’ve learned that media isn’t just about the content itself. It’s about the connections we build and the emotions we share in this world of information and entertainment.    


 [PS1]This refers to the specific name or short description of the media piece that you interacted with.

 [PS2]Media type categorizes the content into broader classifications based on its nature and purpose. Common media types include news article, movie, Youtube video, website page, X (Twitter) thread, online magazine article, meme, podcast episode, anime, Reel or any other piece of media content. It provides a general description of what the content is.

 [PS3]Media format gets more specific by describing the way the content is presented. It focuses on the technical characteristics of the content, such as audio-visual, written, audio-only, or visual, to convey how the content is delivered.

 [PS4]Media platform identifies where the content is made available or distributed. Examples include YouTube, Broadcast Tv Channels, TikTok, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Spotify, Whatsapp, internet websites, cinema theaters, etc. The platform specifies where the audience can access the media.

 [PS5]Media device pertains to the hardware or technology used to access and consume the media. It can include devices like cellphones, laptops, TVs, physical newspapers, cinema screens, or any equipment that you used to interact with the content.

 [PS6]This refers to the entity or individual responsible for creating and publishing the media content. It could be a person, organization, company, influencer, or a media outlet. Knowing the producer or author helps establish credibility and context

 [PS7]Media intent or objective articulates the purpose behind creating the content. Do you think the content was intended to inform, entertain, educate, persuade, provoke thought, or serve another specific purpose? Thinking about the intent provides insight into why the content would have been created.

 [PS8] “Emotional Response” refers to the feelings, emotions, or reactions that you experienced when engaging with this piece of media content. It represents how the content makes you feel emotionally.