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Understanding New Media

First Edition
  • Roger Fidler - University of Colorado School of Medicine, USA, University of Colorado, USA

May 1997 | 320 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book is about technological change within human communication and the media. However, it is not technical but an overview and evaluation of new communication technologies. Roger Fidler demystifies emerging media technologies and provides a structure for understanding their potential influences on the popular forms of mainstream media such as newspapers, magazines, television and radio.
Principles of Mediamorphosis
Domains of Communication Media
The Mediamorphic Role of Language
Technologies of the Third Mediamorphosis
Contemporary Forces of the Third Mediamorphosis
Lessons from Failure
Mediamorphosis within the Interpersonal Domain
Mediamorphosis within the Broadcast Domain
Mediamorphosis within the Document Domain
Hype and Reality

Very good. Broad frame of reference.

Mr David Pope
Centre for Cultural Policy and Management, City University
May 2, 2013

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