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Features of Producing Web-series: Ideas, Methods, Implementation Mechanisms of Project (Creative Format)

Student: Aleksandra Shapovalenko

Supervisor: Yury Burtsev

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Media Communications (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

Over the past twenty years, various forms of video content, such as web series, have appeared on the Russian Internet. They are just beginning to actively develop and gain popularity among Russian users. Web series are short episodes of a story told that may not necessarily be related. In this format, the duration of a series can start from one minute. Our web series raises the topic: uncertainties in the professional implementation of schoolchildren and students. Unfortunately, most young people do not know what they want to do in the future. Therefore, people tend to create the illusion that the Internet makes it quick and easy to earn money. Thus, a false idea of ​​self-development is formed, which saves time and money.

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