RTV 3007 Ch 6 Lesson 1

RTV 3007 Ch 6 Lesson 1 - TheInternetandNewMedia

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Quick Facts Estimated number of Internet users worldwide in 2010:  1,800,000,000 Number of Americans with broadband Web access:  210,000,000 (2010 estimated) Number of iPods sold since being introduced in October  2001: 220,000,000 (2009) Fastest-growing Web site in 2005: MySpace.com Percent of Americans who cite the Internet as their main  source for news: 24% (2006) and 40% (2009)
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The Internet is different from  ISPs, routers, Java, and domain names   are words that reinforce this notion Early development of the Internet was  among scientists, computer hobbyists, and  businesspeople
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The Internet is different from  Today, media presence on the World Wide  Web is important and growing Streaming media and net broadcasting are  examples of media on the Web
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Prodigy and America Online -  ISP - Internet Service Provider Prodigy differed from earlier services  § Provided monthly services for a flat fee § Used a graphical interface § Contained advertising embedded in the  screens
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Prodigy and America Online -  America Online provided new services § Chat rooms and discussion forums helped  AOL distinguish itself
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Early ISPs Changes in technology during the 1980s § Modems increased in speed § Telephone access costs decreased § Newer computers like Apple’s Macintosh  introduced ease of use § Color displays replaced black-and-white  displays 
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course RTV 3007 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at University of Florida.

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RTV 3007 Ch 6 Lesson 1 - TheInternetandNewMedia

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