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Future Of  News  Media

Future Of News Media






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    • Future of News Media Scary or wanted?
    • History of Communication
      • 60,000 years ago > people started to speak
      • 5,000 years ago > people started to write
      • 600 years ago > people started to publish
      • 110 years ago > radio was invented
      • 80 years ago > television was invented
      • 45 years ago > internet was discovered
    • The internet
      • The internet will give individuals more power, and lessen the powers of editors, big publishers and advertisers. All the money goes to new technological ideas. How will this effect the future?
    • Wikimedia
      • The wikimedia projects (wikipedia, wiktionary, Wikinews) will take over the important newspapers.
      • It will be the first place people will look for if they want to find out something about unfamiliar information.
    • Local TV news
      • Local TV news will be replaced by public access television, produced over the web.
      • It will compete with the cable networks in terms of quality and personal engagement.
      • Future film makers will get their start producing pieces for local video websites.
    • The personal newspaper
      • The Press Gazette (UK) says that the Elcorsy Technology is designing a digital newspaper printing press.
      • People get exactly what they want from their paper.
      • The negative aspect of this digital newspaper is that the digital print times are probably too slow for daily production.
      • The advertisements on this newspaper will be so small that the advertisers might decide not to provide donations anymore. And who will pay for the newspaper then?
    • Automated editors
      • The day that editors can be replaced by computers is approaching…
      • We should not let this happen! A computer can not “see” bad jokes or wrong statements. It doesn’t think moral.
    • Protect our news Media
      • To my opinion we should be scared for the new developments in the mass media. It is going to come to a point where we can’t even rely on the information that the modern media gives us!
      • Stick with the old fashioned newspaper and watch the local news on the television.
      • The future of News Media is in YOUR hands, treat it carefully!