Communication Channels Reference Guide
Mass communication is a linear process by which profit motivated professional communicators
use media to design and disseminate meaning-encoded messages widely, rapidly, and continually
over distance to arouse intended [decoded] meanings in large, diverse, and selectively attending
audiences in attempts to influence them in a variety of ways. (Ells, 2019).
A system for transmitting visual images and sound that are reproduced on
screens, chiefly used to broadcast programs for entertainment, information, and
A news channel covering mainly politics and is an American
multinational conservative cable news television channel based in New York City.
An American pay television channel that is owned by Discovery, Inc. The
network primarily broadcasts reality programming related to home improvement
and real estate.
A printed publication (usually issued daily or weekly) consisting of folded
unstapled sheets and containing news, feature articles, advertisements, and
Known simply as the
, is the largest newspaper
A daily newspaper covering Washington County, Greene
County, and the Mon Valley in Pennsylvania.
Websites and applications that enable users to create and share content or
to participate in social networking.
Twitter: Used for blogging to send and read brief messages.
Facebook: Users can post, follow, view, and comment on a written post,
advertisement, photo, video and communicate with others.
A professional networking site used to display credentials, advertise
your business, network, and connect with other professionals.