KD12 - MEDIA, TECHNOLOGY AND GLOBALIZATION What are new...

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MEDIA, TECHNOLOGY AND GLOBALIZATION
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What are “new media?” Not necessarily just any new technology New media = developments that change the distribution and storage of information New media combine the three C’s: Computing and information technology Communications networks Digitized media and information content NEW MEDIA ARE DIGITAL!!! Source: Terry Flew, New Media: An Introduction , 2005
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Convergence of New Media Communications Networks Computing/ IT Content Mobile Phones Interactive TV Internet
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The Internet 1957: USSR Launches Sputnik U.S. establishes ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) 1960’s: Develops “packet switching technology” Messages can be rerouted Decentralized network 1969: 1 st network connection: UCLA/Stanford
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Birth of the Internet We set up a telephone connection between us and the guys at SRI. ..," Kleinrock (UCLA) . .. said in an interview: "We typed the L and we asked on the phone, "Do 
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KD12 - MEDIA, TECHNOLOGY AND GLOBALIZATION What are new...

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