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Goal: to disseminate information, shape narratives, and foster connection among diverse audiences


Find a media & communications doll.


some fun facts

  • The first recorded newspaper advertisement appeared in 1652 in England. It was printed in a newspaper called "Mercurius Politicus" and advertised the sale of a house.

  • During the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969, a thirteen-second delay was implemented in the television broadcast between the astronauts and Mission Control. This delay allowed Mission Control to interrupt the broadcast in case of emergencies.

  • The first radio broadcast of music occurred on Christmas Eve in 1906 when Reginald Fessenden, a Canadian inventor, played the violin and sang Christmas carols over the airwaves.
  • In 1985, Coca-Cola changed its formula and introduced "New Coke" in response to declining sales. However, public backlash was so severe that the original formula was reintroduced as "Coca-Cola Classic" just a few months later.
  • The first television commercial aired in the United States on July 1, 1941, during a baseball game between the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Philadelphia Phillies. It promoted Bulova watches and lasted for 20 seconds.
  • Closed captions for television programs were first introduced in 1973 for the benefit of deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers .
  • In the 1830s, newspapers in the United States began to shift from expensive subscription-based models to cheaper, advertiser-supported formats known as the "penny press." This made newspapers more accessible to the general public and significantly increased readership.

  • In the late 19th century, newspapers like Joseph Pulitzer's New York World and William Randolph Hearst's New York Journal pioneered sensationalized reporting known as "yellow journalism." This style of reporting emphasized lurid stories, exaggeration, and sensational headlines to attract readers.

  • Auguste and Louis Lumière are often credited with the birth of modern cinema. They patented the Cinématographe in 1895, a motion picture camera and projector that allowed multiple people to watch films simultaneously. Their first public screening took place on December 28, 1895, in Paris.
  • In 1835, the New York Sun published a series of articles claiming that astronomer Sir John Herschel had discovered life on the moon through a powerful telescope. The articles were entirely fabricated but captivated readers and became one of the most famous hoaxes in journalism history.



some personality traits

creative | expressive | adaptable | charismatic | persuasive | articulate | sociable |

insightful | innovative | dynamic | collaborative | empathetic | influential | strategic |




    some motivations 


    creativity | impact | storytelling | influence | connection | innovation | expression |

    engagement | challenge | community building | bringing the truth to light |

    educating others



    why do people need media & communications dolls? 

    • to inform and educate the public about important issues

    • to provide a platform for marginalized voices and diverse perspectives

    • to foster dialogue and understanding among communities

    • to promote social justice and advocate for positive change

    • to entertain and inspire creativity and imagination

    • to document and preserve cultural heritage and history

    • to give access to information and resources

    • to facilitate connections and opportunities

    • to foster innovation and technological advancements in communication

    • to promote transparency and accountability in governance and corporate practices

    • to support democracy by providing access to free and independent media

    • to challenge the status quo and push boundaries

    • to provide a platform for artistic expression and cultural exchange

    • to promote mental health and well-being  



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