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History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
History of Mass Communication (New Media)
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History of Mass Communication (New Media)

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  • 1. History of New Media (Computers & Communication) History of Mass Communication
  • 2. New Media   New media is made possible by the convergence or coming together of various media industries that previously maintained quite separate identities and relationships with citizens & consumers
  • 3. Old Media vs New Media   New media differ from old media in that they are instantaneous and interactive, allowing users or consumers more control in shaping their messages
  • 4. What is New Media Old/Traditional Media Television   Radio   Newspapers New Media           Blogs* Podcasts YouTube* Social Media           Twitter Facebook Google+ YouTube* Blogs*
  • 5. Eg. of New Media   MSNBC joint venture of Bill Gates’ Microsoft & NBC News.   24 hour cable TV network & cyberspace news and information service that are linked to each other
  • 6. Information Superhighway   Infrastructure that potentially allows people everywhere to communicate with each other.   Two delivery systems:   Cyberspace & various digital services   Cable TV which allows multiple channels of information for viewers
  • 7. Internet Martin Irvine (Georgetown University)   Global network of computer networks that is 1.  A worldwide computer system using a common means of linking hardware and transmitting digital information 2.  A community of people using common communication technology 3.  A globally distributed system of information
  • 8. Internet U.S Department of Defense (1960s)   Originally organised by the U.S Department of Defense, the Internet was at first mostly used by Scientists & university professors   Until 1990s, few ordinary people had ever heard of the Internet or the World Wide Web   By 1996, demand for Internet exploded
  • 9. Internet & World Wide Web   Internet:   WWW: Worldwide computer system System of delivering hypertext and multimedia files on the Internet
  • 10. LinkedIn Reid Hoffman et al. Founded (2002) Launched (2003)
  • 11.   100 million+ members | Manage your professional identity. Build and engage with your professional network.
  • 12. LinkedIn Sample
  • 13. Facebook Mark Zuckerberg (2004)
  • 14.             Online publishing technology Provides user generated information Accessible & user friendly Interactive conversation Connect and share with people with similar interest Of 286, 705 Barbadians, 188,000 have internet access & 114, 240 are facebook subscribers (65% penetration)
  • 15. Facebook Sample
  • 16. Twitter Jack Dorsey (2006)
  • 17.   Tweet what’s happening now   Instantly connect to what's most important to you.   Follow your friends, experts, favorite celebrities, and breaking news.
  • 18. Twitter
  • 19. Google + Google Inc. (2011)
  • 20.   Google+ aims to make sharing on the web more like sharing in real life.   "Circles" enables users to organize contacts into groups for sharing   "Hangouts" are places used to facilitate group video chat (with a maximum of 10 people participating in a single Hangout at any point in time).
  • 21. Google+ Sample
  • 22. Pinterest Ben Silbermann, Paul Sciarra & Evan Sharp (2010)
  • 23. Pinterest           Online pin-board style sharing website Organise and share images/videos of interest Create and share theme based collections (events, interest, hobbies) Users can re-pin things of interest Allows sharing via facebook and twitter
  • 24. Pinterest Sample
  • 25. Instagram Michel Krieger & Kevin Systrom
  • 26. Instagram   Photo sharing program   Allows modification of photos (colour, texture, Polaroid effect)
  • 27. Blogs Blogging (Early 1990s) Published journal   Displayed in reverse chronological order with most recent posts first   Sometimes interactive allowing visitors to share comments   Combines text, images, links to other blogs, web pages etc.  
  • 28. Blog Sample

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