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High impact topic videos, or HITs, are videos that use engaging animations and narration to present information on topics of importance to myeloma patients and their caregivers. Presented in a patient-friendly manner and viewable on iPads, tablets, and smartphones, these HITs bring to life and explain concepts that can sometimes be difficult for patients and caregivers to understand.
Brittany Hartmann, RN, joins the MMRF as a Nurse in the Patient Navigation Center. Brittany worked as a Myeloma Clinical Coordinator in a high-volume call center at the Ruttenberg Treatment Center at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City for the past 5 years. Here, she supports myeloma patients in a variety of ways from triaging calls, to educating patients on their myeloma, labs and test results, and coordinating with research and management to implement integral changed and streamline processes for access to new treatments. Prior to Mount Sinai, she worked as an Oncology nurse at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in New Jersey. Brittany earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Delaware, where she had the opportunity to be a student nurse for a private physician for over a year.
Rob Miani joined the MMRF team as Chief Financial Officer in 2016. Most recently he was the Vice President of Finance and Corporate Controller of Aptuit, LLC, a global contract research organization providing integrated early discovery to mid-phase drug development services in the pharmaceutical industry. Rob has over 20 years of leadership experience in the private and public sectors, holding managerial positions in the renewable energy, private equity, Internet and technology industries, including Davenport Newberry, Oak Investment Partners and INT Media Group. He began his career with Arthur Anderson LLP in the Assurance and Business Advisory Services Division. Rob is a CPA and received his BS degree in Accounting from Fairfield University.
Lori Marcus is an independent board director and keynote speaker. She is currently serving in the role of Vice Chairman of the MMRF board. Lori is also the Chairman of the board of DNA Diagnostics Center, a growing leader in private DNA testing services, where she guides overall strategy and governance for corporate growth. Additionally, she is an independent Board Director for SHARE, a 40-year-old survivor-led organization based in New York City that provides support, information, and resources to women affected by breast and ovarian cancers. Lori also currently serves on the CMO advisory board for VentureBeat and is a board advisor to Carrington Farms.
Bill McKiernan is president of WSM Capital, LLC, a private equity firm he founded to invest in payment and other technology companies. Prior to founding WSM Capital, Bill founded CyberSource Corporation in 1994. CyberSource provides payment processing and other related services to online businesses. He was Chairman and CEO for 16 years. In July 2010, Visa, Inc. acquired CyberSource in a transaction valued at $2 billion. Mr. McKiernan served as Executive Advisor to Visa, Inc. for two years following the acquisition before founding WSM Capital in 2012.
Prior to joining Universal ten years ago, Michael was the Vice President of Business & Legal Affairs for PolyGram Records, handling those duties for the legendary Verve Records label and Mercury Nashville Records where he worked with the likes of Herbie Hancock and Shania Twain. Michael started his career in private practice representing many artists, producers and writers before joining the corporate ranks.
Media theorists have shown (e.g. Blom, 2016; Moran, 2002; Spielmann, 2005) howthe distinct properties of video clearly distinguish it from (small gauge) film.Characteristics such as immediacy, instant playback, eraseability,replayability, affordability, and synchronicity form the basis of specific homevideo practices. These practices include extended recording times, looking atoneself on the monitor while recording, making recordings that could be deletedlater but then keeping them anyway because the material is so cheap, turning onthe camera unnoticed by others, and looking at the result immediately afterrecording.
Van der Heijden (2018: 203) notes that synchronous sound recording brought newproblems: not only did the video camera itself produce unwanted sounds that wereaudible on the recording, but instructions from the camera person were also mademore difficult. Given the length of the recording time, sound recording alsolent a feeling of being under surveillance to those being filmed in privatesettings. People dealt with the new demands and affordances of synchronous soundby modifying already established practices and developing new audiovisualones.
Look through the viewfinder of your video camera and discover everyday thingsto which you hardly paid attention before. Look at the happy faces of yourchildren, the new hairstyle of your wife. All you have to do is press abutton, and your family's life is captured onvideotape.
The videos reveal several tactics for bringing sound under control. Ambitious videomakers dubbed their videos with either music or spoken explanations and stories.On-camera narration is the most commonly used practice to not only control sound,but also narrate the video. As Slootweg (2018: 214) points out, this particularoption was also open to other persons present in the room, who could add verbalremarks or sounds because of the omnidirectional microphone, thus contributing tothe narration of the scene.
In the home videos under study, the fantasy of control over sound rarely plays out.What becomes audible instead are many unplanned disruptive sounds and voices. Whilewhat the viewer sees (if not the behaviour of the subjects before the camera) can belargely brought under control by framing, this tactic does not succeed when it comesto sound. There is talking during filming, ranting, singing, and matters beingdiscussed that should not be recorded. The television and radio are on. Instructionsare given from the camera person to the others and vice versa. As shown earlier, thecinematic practices of people behind the camera are often directed at the image(unless the image is explicitly about the sound, such as with a concert, a child'spoem, or a speech).
"The latest wingnut website to appear on the scene is OurCountry.com. This media-rich site purposts to be the Internet's version of the Comedy Channel's Daily Show, albeit with a lurch to the right. The home page consist of about a dozen video streams, at least half of which make fun of Hillary Clinton. At least one features the slim, trim blonde spokeswoman [i.e. Melanie Morgan ] for "MoveAmerica Forward" another right wing organization heavy into cheerleading the Bush/Cheney agenda under the guise of 'supporting the troops.' Others feature an African-American MC, in order to scream 'we're not racist, see?' at the target audience whom I figure are a panoply of Rush [Limbaugh] and Howard [Kaloogian] listeners and Maxim readers," Avram Mirsky wrote March 2, 2007, on the Muttering Jam Blog.
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