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Multimedia Log – Online


Friday, April 11th 2014 on Linda Ikeji’s Blog.


The blog site covers latest news of happening events in Nigeria, celebrity gossip and many more other international news.

It is arranged by oldest news to newest with no particular order of regional, local or international news.



Thursday, April 10th, 2014 on Kamloops This Week


            The website covers different categories of news such as local, sports, business, community and entertainment. They are arranged accordingly under icons which have to be clicked to open and read about its log.


Tuesday, 8th April, 2014 on Thompson – Nicola Regional District


Is a site which covers the on going newest activities in the Thompson – Nicola Region. It is arranged by the oldest to newest news and it has other logs which take the reader to websites of their social network accounts so patrons can keep up to date with their activities



Saturday, 12th April, 2013 on National News Watch


Shows day to day news with other unique logs such as “Opinion”, “The Mix”, and “Most- Read” which are hardly seen in other blogs.



1.       They all represent different news to the world

2.       Each has a special web design

3.       Each has different page design  

4.       Each has purpose of News delivery

5.       Each of them have different points of interest

6.       Each of them have a unique URL


1.       They are all found online, therefore, each has a URL

2.       They are all publicly published

3.       They are all media, reaching out to the world by giving information

4.       They  all contribute in making the internet a global village.

Video 3

The Upper College Heights is an affordable student resident where students schooling in Thompson Rivers University mostly reside. it is fairly cheaper than on-campus residents and close to all the necessary areas such as the Super store, Husky, Walk-in clinic, Sahali Mall and much more. Students find it very easy to move about these areas. The Upper College Heights does not just welcome local students but students from all over the world. Below is an interview with some students.

I-Days Showcase


The I-Days (March 11-14 2014) is a yearly even which is performed by students of TRU who come from different parts of the world and the country as well. There were variety of performances and even fashion parade of different attires from all over the world.
One of the students I interviewed said:
“It is such a blessing and a privilege for me to be able to connect with other cultures from all over the world. it makes me feel like I have gone all over the world through their eyes.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDQGOs9C2sw&feature=youtube_gdata


What My Philosophy class taught me. Do you take time to say thank you?

For the first time in my life, I baked cakes by myself, 4 at  the same time and that was when I began to really appreciate cakes and I saw the importance of cakes in Weddings, Birthdays, and anniversaries, among many other options. I began to google cakes and I realized that it is also a big part of pop culture. Because I am so addicted to E! I always thought that Pop culture was only related to latest movies, music, reality shows (especially Keeping up with the Kardashians and subsequent spin-offs), and other form of entertainment. I did not realize that other finest things of life such as cakes and flowers were also part of pop culture and even the funniest, like hash tags. Flowers are so beautiful and the they hold unfading memories. Cakes have this really irresistible tastes and they are always beautifully made.

I wanna take this time and say thank you to Jeff for teaching me most of what I need to know about pop culture. I remember at first, when I took the course it was my “trial class” and I told my advisor that I will drop it after two weeks if it does not really help my career in future. Now here I am, almost rounding up the semester, even if I don’t feel too good, I drag myself to this class, just because… my instructor has made me love the course. Jeff, thank you for elaborating my mind on pop culture, I never found comics interesting but now, I am always on google trying to learn something new. Thank you.. very much. I don’t know if this is a part of pop culture but at least, I know saying thank you and appreciating someone sure is. Thanks Jeff.

someday, I wish my name would be found here; What a man can do… you finish the sentence.

Just today, I woke up this morning to read the news, both home and abroad and I bumped into Forbes’ list of richest singers. I know I am the most introvert person I have ever met but I wanna be a triple threat: singer, dancer and actress. I love entertainment so much and to tell you the truth, the only reason I work out in the gym is just because I want to be physically fit enough for my job as an entertainer. so as I was saying, i ran into Forbes’ list of world’s most paid musicians and the richest were women. All those people who consider gender first or under estimate women should take a look at this list. Women topped men and you can imagine Beyonce earned more than Jay Z last year.

culled from Forbes

1. Madonna – $125 million
2. Lady Gaga –  $80 million
3. Bon Jovi – $79 million
4. Toby Keith – $65 million
5. Coldplay – $64 million.
6.  Justin Bieber – $58 million
7. Taylor Swift – $55 million
8. Elton John – $54 million
9. Kenny Chesney – $53 million
9. Beyonce – $53 million (tie)

See the rest after the cut….

11. Sean “Diddy” Combs – $50 million

12. Sir Paul McCartney – $47 million
13. Calvin Harris – $46 million
14. Jennifer Lopez – $45 million
15. Roger Waters – $44 million
16. Muse – $43 million (tie)
16. Rihanna – $43 million (tie)
18. Jay Z – $42 million
18. One Direction – $42 million (tie)
20. Dr. Dre – $40 million
20. Red Hot Chili Peppers ($40 million, tie)
22. Rolling Stones – $39 million (tie)
22. Katy Perry – $39 million (tie)
24. Tim McGraw – $33 million (tie)
25. Pink – $32 million (tie)
25. Tiësto – $32 million (tie)
                              Well, my only wish is to be here, someday.


Did you know in Nigeria, to be an upcoming entertainer, you must pay to be featured in a movie

This is stupid and ridiculous. I know it sounds unbelievable, but it’s fact! A-list Nollywood (Nigerian Entertainment Industry) actors & actresses get paid for featuring in movies, but if you’re an unknown actor struggling to get into the movie industry, some movie producers make you pay to feature in their movies. That’s the new trend now. I’m sure some Nollywood practitioners will come here to deny this but y’all know it’s true. And if you don’t know this already, people need to start investigating this.

If you’re looking to feature in a movie, all you need to do is pay a fee, no audition is required. For minor roles, these producers demand anything from N50k to N100k…it all depends on the role they are giving you. If you want to play a lead role it’s between N500k to N1million. Waka pass people are even made to pay. 

The trick some of these producers use is this; they say they are not making money from these movies because people aren’t buying them so can’t invest all their money in it. They also say finding financiers to pay for the production of a movie is hard, so for these movies to see the light of day, every cast member has to contribute. Thing is, many are eager to pay. Several people told me that it’s the girls they refer to as ‘runz girls’ looking for popularity that started this trend. They would offer movie producers money to feature in their movie so they can refer to themselves as actresses and now it’s become a part of Nollywood.

But let me state here that there are some movie producers who don’t do this…not all of them demand for money. But a lot of them do. Is that OK? What’s your thought on this new trend?