Mass media has evolved throughout the roaring twenties and this help give america a new cultural identity. Throughout the history of time sports, athletes, movies, Radios, etc has evolved and have became even better as time goes on. For example movies now have colar and voice when before they were black and white and no voices. Sports have went from starting as the only sport “footrace” and then expanded to more like football, basketball, soccer, ect. Throughout the years sports has been a big part of our lives whether it be playing competitively or just playing the game for fun. The first sport in the world was recorded at the ancient Olympic Games in 760 BC and it was called footracing. After this other sports eventually got introduced like wrestling, boxing,equestrian, discus, javelin, and jumping. Sports have been a big help in this world for people who want to be able to make a living out of something that they enjoy doing. Most people who play sports generally become healthy and fit all through their life. It is very benefiting to those who want to play sports for a living and gives them fame, money and fitness. Sports also benefit people who just like to watch it. A lot of people enjoy taking time out of their day to sit down and watch a game that is going on and this also brings in money because fans tend to watch sports programs live, rather than fast-forwarding through the ads, which allows networks to charge a premium for the commercial time and this gives money to the the people working on the things behind the scene and makes more events happen. When movies first started out they were filmed in black and white, under a minute long and they couldn’t recorded sound. Movies have evolved through time because of the creation of photography, the discovery of the illusion of motion by combining individual still images. The first movie that ever came out was The Horse In Motion, created by Eadweard Muybridge in 1878 and and it was in black and white and was fifteen seconds, nowadays you can go to the movie theater and watch a movie around two to even three hours. The first movie in history that had colar was Cupid Angling made in 1918, the Wizard of Oz and Gone With The Wind were made in Technicolor in 1939, a process that had been around for quite some time by then. There were hand colored segments in movies dating back to 1902. The budgets of movies have highly increased since and now the average 100 million to 400 million. Back in the 1900 hundreds cameras needed to be reloaded frequently when the film would run out, but nowadays we have digital single-lens reflex cameras which allow movies to be filmed in high-definition, which results in an incredible picture display. Back then every detail about film sets,fires, buildings, roads had to be built by hand by the film crew and even though many film sets today are still built by hand they are way easier to handle. For example movies like “The Jungle Book” look like they were filmed outside, they were actually using a green screen. Technology hugely affects how studios make movies today, back then all movies were hand drawed who relied on non-stop animation to create the realistic effects. Technology has allowed us to do things like CGI and 3D animation and almost every movie that is animated is being created digitally through computers, digital pens, tablets, and digital sculpting tools. Radios have been a very important part of society for a very long time. From their beginnings in the early 1800’s until the new developments in recent years, radios have helped to provide communication as well as entertainment throughout the society of many cultures. The radio we listen to today is different then before the 1950s because it has gone through a lot of changes the radio is used to get messages across, something for entertainers and musicians, and it is even a hobby for many people.Back in the 1920s the radio was used for getting information around the world as fast as possible but instead the message was in dots and dashes. By 1920 advancements to the radio was made so that transmission with voice and music was possible. The first radio that was ever broadcast stations signed on the air in America that year. Large antennes began to become popular across the country. the radio was good for them because normally they would have to wait for a newspaper to be published but with the radio they can get the news out more quickly. 1920s was the year for the radio because it was used extensively and because of this the radio altered society’s culture, and then the radio become the most popular thing that everyone had to have. Society’s culture was significantly affected by the radio because the radio allowed people to listen to new entertainment. Even in today’s society radio is still a big part but not for the same reason. The radio today is used for listening to music, hearing comedians, podcasts, and you can still hear the news on it. The radio is one of the most important pieces of technology that has ever been made because of its big impact on societyEver since 3,000 years ago olympics came out and then athletes were born into society. Athletes have trained, tried, and worked their bodys to compete against the best in the world. Every 4 years the Olympics are held and athletes around the world have been training their body to be able to compete with other to win the gold medal and money. Over the years athletes have changed and now athletes are very different from back in the 1800s. For example in 1896 the olympic Games, American Robert Garrett, weighed 81 kilograms (179 lb); the 2008 and 2012 champion, Poland’s Tomasz Majewski, weighed in at 142 kg (313 lb). Back then it would be possible for the same person could have won both the shot-put and the 400-meter dash, today it is impossible because of how every athletes body is specialized and differentiated. For some sports though the weight of athletes have changed much, “From 1896 to 2016, the average weight of elite marathoners has increased by just one kilogram—from 60 kg to 61 kg; and their height by only two centimeters” (Quarts). Athletes also in general just got way taller than they used to be. “In 1896, it’s likely there would have been just one young man in Australia over two meters tall. Today, there are probably more than 3,000. People have got taller—we’re about 12 cm taller than we were at the time of the 1896 Athens Olympics” (Quarts).