Viktorie Brezinova's Posts

MAKING OF: THE ALTER MAGAZINE

MAKING OF: THE ALTER MAGAZINE

Are you ready for the trip? I am pleased to present to you ALTER – an artistic journal exploring the human cognitive experiences when undertaking certain lifestyle practices/activities and/or consuming natural substances. Created as a part of the Editorial Layout module at KEA – Københavns Erhvervsakademi, the first issue of ALTER looks into topics such as Eye Gazing, Stroboscopic Ligh...

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FUTURE OF FARMING: NORDIC HARVEST

FUTURE OF FARMING: NORDIC HARVEST

Creativity and Innovation through vertical farming. In mid term, our class at KEA entered Design, Business & Technology module 5 with focus on Creativity and Innovation. The aim of this module was ‘to strengthen our ability to drive creative processes’ that would help us ‘lead and facilitate innovation ‘ in the future. After being divided into teams, we had to pick a co...

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AMAZON STOPS ACCEPTING VISA CREDIT CARDS NEXT YEAR

AMAZON STOPS ACCEPTING VISA CREDIT CARDS NEXT YEAR

UK Visa credit cards no longer accepted due to high processing payment costs. The retail company apologized to its customers in an email on Wednesday 17th November and urged them to change their default payment method before 19th January 2022. Amazon also offered to affected Prime customers £20 off their next purchase and £10 to those who have Visa cards as their default or only payment method on ...

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Amazon To Stop Accepting UK Visa Credit Cards From January

Amazon will no longer accept Visa credit cards issued in the UK from January 19, 2022, due to the high cost of processing payments. The retail giant apologized to its customers in an email on Wednesday 17th November, asking them to change their default payment method. Amazon also offered to affected Prime customers £20 off their next purchase and £10 to those who have Visa cards as their default o...

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ESKIMO DANCE 2021 / HALLOWEEN EDITION

ESKIMO DANCE 2021 / HALLOWEEN EDITION

Raw grime music and surreal visual experience? Try Eskimo Dance. ESKIMO DANCE is, without a doubt, one of the most famous UK underground events that lay the foundations of early 2000s grime, aiming to bring all the scene members under one roof to create unforgettable music and visual experience. Re-established in 2012, the event regularly takes place in both England and the Netherlands as a part o...

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WILDING FOR CENTRAL CEE: WILD WEST OUT NOW

WILDING FOR CENTRAL CEE: WILD WEST OUT NOW

The West London rapper finally releases his long-awaited mixtape. Including songs such as ‘Day in the Life’ or ‘Pinging (6 Figures)’, the project consists of 14 tracks without a single feature. Although ‘Wild West’ was set to come out at midnight, the audience could already find the mixtape online a few minutes earlier. Spin @Central_Cee’s highly-anticipated ‘Wild West’ mixtape! 💿 LISTEN: https://...

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Wilding for Central Cee

The West London’s drill rapper finally released his long-awaited mixtape today. Central Cee’s second debut album ‘Wild West’ was officially set to come out at the midnight today, but the audience could already find it on various streaming platforms a few minutes before. Including high-praised songs such as ‘Day in the Life’ or ‘Pinging (6 Figures)’, the album consists of 14 tracks without a single...

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SLOWTHAI SELLING OUT TOUR A YEAR AHEAD

SLOWTHAI SELLING OUT TOUR A YEAR AHEAD

HELL IS HOME tickets are almost gone after one week on sale. As the coronavirus cases are falling down in England, people are raising hopes for the entertainment industry to re-open by 21st July – now Slowthai is one of the very first artists who takes it very seriously. Following the release of his second album ‘TYRON’ in mid-February this year, the 26-year-old rapper announced a huge tour ...

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Slowthai selling out tour dates one year ahead

Tickets to Slowthai’s upcoming UK tour are selling out fast after only a week of being on sale.   With the latest fall-down in coronavirus cases in England, people are raising hopes for the entertainment industry to re-open by 21st July and Slowthai is one of those who took it very seriously. Following the release of his second album TYRON in mid-February this year, the 26-year-old rapper ann...

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Broadcast Journalism, Week 5

We finished the last week of Broadcast Journalism with a video lecture. On Monday, we talked about Vox-pops. These are short clips, usually including different people’s opinions. For these clips, different backgrounds are used and there is also a big variety of different people. And what’s the thing that these people have in common? Mainly the question they have to answer! Of course, i...

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Broadcast Journalism, Week 4 + package examples

After the break, we started off with the audio. On Monday we talked about the ‘tool of journalists’ – interviews (which are used for both audio and video). We use interviews to obtain new information, clarify facts, explore different perspectives, etc. They expand upon the basis ‘who, what, where, when, why, how’ of newsgathering. Therefore it’s important to kno...

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Broadcast Journalism, Week 2

This week, we had our first video part of this module. At first, we talked about the angle of the story, which is something that we’ve already been through in our previous module. Anyway, I made some notes. Our story should have its structure: introduction (maybe start with a question, which makes the story more engaging for the viewers) and then divide it into acts (there’s a sense of...

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The first week of Broadcast Journalism

The first week of the Introduction to Broadcast Journalism module started off with audio. I have to admit that it is something new to me and I don’t feel so confident about it yet. During the first three days of this module, we did many tasks as a practise each day. During Monday, we talked about montage, which is basically a series of shots/clips. We’ll produce them later for our fina...

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