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Sheet1 Page 1 Close this window <javascript:closeWindow() Message *Subject:* Notes 2/24 *Topic:* Weekly notes *Author:* Benjamin Shaker <Javascript:setGlobalParametersFordiscussionMemberMenuForNonGradeableTopics('discussionMemberMenuForNonGrade -1', '57039963011', '-1') showmenu('discussionMemberMenuForNonGradeableTopics4526090112360019845', discussionMemberMenuForNonGradeableTopics_SSTU',1,0) Options for this User <Javascript:setGlobalParametersFordiscussionMemberMenuForNonGradeableTopics('discussionMemberMenuForNonGrade -1', '57039963011', '-1') showmenu('discussionMemberMenuForNonGradeableTopics4526090112360019845', discussionMemberMenuForNonGradeableTopics_SSTU',1,0) 1, 2009 9:53 PM Notes 2/24 Regulation of New Media Environment Friedman – from UK – makes case of media regulation in US and UK -We need to think of broadcasting as a system of power -Technology is not a neutral thing that exists alone Social Shaping of Podcasts 1 Technological design, paradigms/practices – web application that function as web-feed allows one to subscribe to a feed that been posted. This enables users to pick and choose content they are interested in 2.Conceptions and responses of users – new media form that has allowed personalized media content. It is a hybrid technology because it resembles radio broadcasts on demand. This technology was built upon previous technology, the radio. 3Social geography of space and place 4.Economic\Industry constraints – Nobody has been able to claim the trademark. The price of the device originally limited it users. As the
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