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Milan Petrovich

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Dean of Academic Affairs

Local Address: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
The Art Institute of Portland
1122 NW Davis St.
Portland , Oregon 97209
United States

 
Background

Employment History

  • Academic Director of Digital Media Production
    The Art Institute of Las Vegas
  • Academic Director for Game Art and Design
    The Art Institute of Las Vegas
  • Dean of Academic Affairs
    Art Institute of Vancouver
9 Total References
Web References
CineVegas Film Festival - Art Institute of Las Vegas to Sponsor 2006 CineVegas Film Festival
www.cinevegas.com, 8 June 2006 [cached]
"Our sponsorship of CineVegas is a natural fit, since many of the programs The Art Institute of Las Vegas offers tie into the film industry," said Milan Petrovich, academic director of Digital Media Production at The Art Institute of Las Vegas.
Montana's News Station, Coverage You Can Count On -Game Players Put Hyper Realistic Action and Movie-Driven Titles on Their Holiday Wish Lists
www.krtv.com, 7 Dec 2004 [cached]
According to Milan Petrovich, Academic Director for Game Art and Design at The Art Institute of Las Vegas, "This sequel to the Grand Theft Auto series builds on its successful formula of freewheeling, open-ended gameplay and expands it considerably."Buyer beware cautions Petrovich."Like the other games in the series, GTA:SA is violent, offensive and filled with derogatory stereotypes and is not meant for players younger than 17."However, he adds, "It's also wildly entertaining and fun to play.
Institutional Contact Persons - BC Council on Admissions and Transfer
www.bccat.ca, 6 July 2013 [cached]
Milan Petrovich Dean of Academic Affairs
Want to Start a Buzz? Go Viral
www.prnewswire.com, 6 June 2006 [cached]
According to Milan Petrovich, Academic Director for Digital Media Production at The Art Institute of Las Vegas, viral videos break into several distinct categories, including commercials, self-conscious virals, comedy skits, hidden camera, and video pratfalls.Distribution channels for virals vary, but the most common ways to see viral videos is through email; IRC; P2P sharing networks; collector web sites and most recently bloggers.
"If you want to check out the latest viral videos, your best bet is to visit collector sites like YouTube.com; ifilm.com; atomfilms.com; download.com; funnyplace.org or etvlog.com," says Petrovich.
Viral videos are not just about product buzz.Petrovich says they have been used most effectively in recent political campaigns, by both the Republican and Democratic national parties, "not to mention just about every major political action committee -- just check out MoveOn.org."Petrovich says the spots are "usually comedic or ironic and sometimes in bad taste -- the kind of thing they could never get away with through regular broadcast channels."
The Dam Short Film Festival
oldsite.damshortfilm.org, 1 Jan 2006 [cached]
Milan Petrovich - Academic Director, Art Institute of Las Vegas
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