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Steve Bransford

Educational Analyst, MOOC Producer

Emory University

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Emory University

1365 Clifton Rd

Atlanta, Georgia 30322

United States

Company Description

Emory University, recognized internationally for its outstanding liberal arts colleges, graduate and professional schools, and one of the Southeast's leading health care systems, is located on a beautiful, leafy campus in Atlanta, Georgia's historic Druid ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Producer, Videographer, Editor

TERMINUS RECORDS INC

Editorial Reviewer

Southern Spaces

Professor of Film and Video

Savannah College of Art and Design

Education

PhD candidate

American Studies

Emory University

Web References (46 Total References)


Steve Bransford ponders ...

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Steve Bransford ponders his TV options.

ATLANTA -- It still thrives across America. But cable TV died in Steve Bransford's Inman Park home this summer. He and his family killed it.
"We had Comcast forever. I mean ten years," Bransford said. "And this summer we cancelled our cable."
But the Bransfords still watch plenty of TV. He attached an Apple mini-computer to pick up and DVR over-the-air broadcast TV.
"The quality of over the air broadcast is superior to Comcast because the Comcast (high definition) signal is so heavily compressed," said Bransford, an Educational Analyst for Video at Emory University. "Whereas, the over-the-air signal is pristine."
Bransford also has Apple TV and Google TV, plus a box called a Roku. Add Hulu and Netflix, and it all delivers a melange of TV programming that nearly mimics the family's long-gone cable package, while saving nearly $100 a month.
"When we have babysitters come over, we usually have a five to ten minute debriefing session," explaining the TV system, Bransford said.
...
But Bransford agrees that pay TV has to change.
"I think it's going to be the death of the current paradigm, the current model of cable companies," Bransford said.


Steve Bransford ponders ...

www.11alive.com [cached]

Steve Bransford ponders his TV options.

ATLANTA -- It still thrives across America. But cable TV died in Steve Bransford's Inman Park home this summer. He and his family killed it.
"We had Comcast forever. I mean ten years," Bransford said. "And this summer we cancelled our cable."
But the Bransfords still watch plenty of TV. He attached an Apple mini-computer to pick up and DVR over-the-air broadcast TV.
"The quality of over the air broadcast is superior to Comcast because the Comcast (high definition) signal is so heavily compressed," said Bransford, an Educational Analyst for Video at Emory University. "Whereas, the over-the-air signal is pristine."
Bransford also has Apple TV and Google TV, plus a box called a Roku. Add Hulu and Netflix, and it all delivers a melange of TV programming that nearly mimics the family's long-gone cable package, while saving nearly $100 a month.
"When we have babysitters come over, we usually have a five to ten minute debriefing session," explaining the TV system, Bransford said.
...
But Bransford agrees that pay TV has to change.
"I think it's going to be the death of the current paradigm, the current model of cable companies," Bransford said.


Steve Bransford ponders ...

www.11alive.com [cached]

Steve Bransford ponders his TV options.

ATLANTA -- It still thrives across America. But cable TV died in Steve Bransford's Inman Park home this summer. He and his family killed it.
"We had Comcast forever. I mean ten years," Bransford said. "And this summer we cancelled our cable."
But the Bransfords still watch plenty of TV. He attached an Apple mini-computer to pick up and DVR over-the-air broadcast TV.
"The quality of over the air broadcast is superior to Comcast because the Comcast (high definition) signal is so heavily compressed," said Bransford, an Educational Analyst for Video at Emory University. "Whereas, the over-the-air signal is pristine."
Bransford also has Apple TV and Google TV, plus a box called a Roku. Add Hulu and Netflix, and it all delivers a melange of TV programming that nearly mimics the family's long-gone cable package, while saving nearly $100 a month.
"When we have babysitters come over, we usually have a five to ten minute debriefing session," explaining the TV system, Bransford said.
...
But Bransford agrees that pay TV has to change.
"I think it's going to be the death of the current paradigm, the current model of cable companies," Bransford said.


Steve Bransford ponders ...

www.11alive.com [cached]

Steve Bransford ponders his TV options.

ATLANTA -- It still thrives across America. But cable TV died in Steve Bransford's Inman Park home this summer. He and his family killed it.
"We had Comcast forever. I mean ten years," Bransford said. "And this summer we cancelled our cable."
But the Bransfords still watch plenty of TV. He attached an Apple mini-computer to pick up and DVR over-the-air broadcast TV.
"The quality of over the air broadcast is superior to Comcast because the Comcast (high definition) signal is so heavily compressed," said Bransford, an Educational Analyst for Video at Emory University. "Whereas, the over-the-air signal is pristine."
Bransford also has Apple TV and Google TV, plus a box called a Roku. Add Hulu and Netflix, and it all delivers a melange of TV programming that nearly mimics the family's long-gone cable package, while saving nearly $100 a month.
"When we have babysitters come over, we usually have a five to ten minute debriefing session," explaining the TV system, Bransford said.
...
But Bransford agrees that pay TV has to change.
"I think it's going to be the death of the current paradigm, the current model of cable companies," Bransford said.


Geographies of Gardening: Ryan Gainey Discusses Figs | Southern Spaces

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Steve Bransford, Emory University

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In this short video by Steve Bransford, Gainey talks about the botanical life and offers a cultural history of figs.
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A short film by Steve Bransford, 2010.
Since early 2010, Steve Bransford has been working on a documentary video portrait of Georgia gardener Ryan Gainey with Cooper Sanchez and Matthew Chipman.
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Steve Bransford completed his Ph.D. in American Studies at Emory University in 2008 and now serves as the Educational Analyst for Video within Emory's Academic Technologies division.
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© 2011 Steve Bransford and Southern Spaces

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