The shift of India’s national policy away from state-dominated broadcasting in the 1990s led to a boom in the television, media, and print sectors. You can multiply that manifold when you take into account the internet explosion of the 2000s.
“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” – Bob Marley This poignant quote from Caribbean crooner Bob Marley encapsulates the mysterious and profound magic that music can create. The ability to ensnare the senses and
At Seamedu School of Pro-Expressionism which offers media courses in Pune, we are enthusiastic proponents of the practical approach to teaching across our media courses. This does not mean that we eschew theory completely, but we do firmly
Gone are the days when India was relentlessly churning out doctors, engineers and MBA graduates. Today’s world is dominated by media. The number of media-related jobs that have cropped up in the last decade are quite astonishing.
Young filmmakers from Seamedu School of Pro-Expressionism set out to produce their first television show, ‘The Music Room’, and what a marvellous show it was! On December 9, 2016, the final year film degree students set out to create a
Picking the right college or course for you is not an easy task. There is an ocean of options out there and narrowing down your choices can get quite overwhelming. When looking for a good media school in India or anywhere else for that matter,