New media in Broadcasting

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<p>17 Businesses to Start Now!</p> <p>New Media in BroadcastingPresented by: Mohananda</p> <p>Your introductory or title slide should convey the overall feeling and focus of your presentation. For instance, I typically present about small-business trends, new business ideas, growth opportunities or other positive trends. In this sample presentation, Im talking about new business ideas, so I used a sun graphic in this slide template to convey a positive feeling. Personalize this slide template with your companys logo. </p> <p>To add a logo to all slides, place it on the Slide Master. To access the Slide Master, on the Themes tab of the Ribbon, click Edit Master and then click Slide Master.</p> <p>Disclaimer:You understand that Microsoft does not endorse or control the content provided in the following presentation.Microsoft provides this content to you for informational purposes only; it is not intended to be relied upon as business or financial advice. Microsoft does not guarantee or otherwise warrant the accuracy or validity of this information and encourages you to consult with a business or financial professional as appropriate.</p> <p>RIEVA LESONSKY Founder and President, GrowBiz MediaRieva Lesonsky is founder and president of GrowBiz Media, a content and consulting company specializing in covering small businesses and entrepreneurship.A nationally known speaker and authority on entrepreneurship, Lesonskyhas been covering Americas entrepreneurs for nearly 30 years. Beforeco-founding GrowBiz Media, Lesonsky was Editorial Director ofEntrepreneurMagazine.1TeamMohanandaI like to speak spontaneously, so I use PowerPoint as an outline to keep me on track. Its best to keep your PowerPoint text brief, simply reinforcing key points you will talk about at more length. You can use this slide template to convey a series of steps or related points in a short format.2New Media?InternetWebsitesComputer MultimediaTraditional Media?Television programFeature filmsMagazinesA plain old bulleted list can get boring, so use graphics to liven it up. An image that conveys what youre saying in visual format (like this diagram) can reinforce your ideas in the audiences mind. </p> <p>3DefinitionMost technologies described asnew mediaare digital, often having characteristics of beingmanipulated, networkable,dense,compressible, andinteractive.Some examples may be theInternet, websites, computer multimedia,video games,augmented reality, CD-ROMS, and DVDs. In that sense, the term "new media" refers to on-demand access to content anytime, anywhere, on any digital device, as well as interactive user feedback, and creative participation. Another aspect of new media is the real-time generation of new and unregulated content. New media does not includetelevision programs(only analog broadcast), feature films,magazines,books, or paper-based publications unless they contain technologies that enable digital interactivity.</p> <p>New Media ToolsInternetWebsitesMultimediaCD Roms &amp; DVDSocial Media</p> <p>I like to use an off-balance layout to keep things from getting too symmetrical. Customize this slide template graphics of your choice, including photos, clip art, your logo or illustrations. Good photos really help cement an idea in the audiences mind. </p> <p>This slide is animated to display an appropriate image as you introduce each business type.</p> <p>5HistoryIn the 1960s, connections between computing and radical art began to grow stronger. It was not until the 1980s thatAlan Kayand his co-workers atXerox PARCbegan to give thecomputabilityof apersonal computerto the individual, rather than have a big organization be in charge of this. "In the late 1980s and early 1990s, however, we seem to witness a different kind of parallel relationship between social changes andcomputer design. Although causally unrelated, conceptually it makes sense that theCold Warand the design of the Web took place at exactly the same time.HistoryUntil the 1980smediarelied primarily upon print andanalogbroadcastmodels, such as those oftelevisionandradio. The last twenty-five years have seen the rapid transformation into media which are predicated upon the use of digital technologies, such as theInternetandvideo games. However, these examples are only a small representation of new media. The use ofdigital computershas transformed the remaining 'old' media, as suggested by the advent ofdigital televisionandonline publications. Even traditional media forms such as the printing press have been transformed through the application of technologies such asimage manipulationsoftware likeAdobe Photoshopand desktop publishing tools.Media Fragmentation: 40sRadioNewspaperMagazineCinemaTheaterPosterMedia Fragmentation: 50sRadioNewspaperMagazineCinemaTheaterPosterTVLong PlayMedia Fragmentation: 60sRadioNewspaperMagazineCinemaTheater</p> <p>PosterTVLong PlayTapeSatellite</p> <p>Media Fragmentation: 80sRadio, Newspaper, Magazine, Cinema, Theater, Poster, TV, Long Play, Tape, Satellite, CD, Walkman, Video Games, Personal Computer, Video Cassette Recorder, Mobile Phone, Laser Disc</p> <p>Media Fragmentation: 90sRadio, Newspaper, Magazine, Cinema, Theater, Poster, TV, Long Play, Tape, Satellite, CD, Walkman, Video Games, Personal Computer, Video Cassette Recorder, Mobile Phone, Laser Disc, DVD, Quicktime, Internet, Email, Webcam, PDA, Smartphone</p> <p>Media Fragmentation: 2000Radio, Newspaper, Magazine, Cinema, Theater, Poster, TV, Long Play, Tape, Satellite, CD, Walkman, Video Games, Personal Computer, Video Cassette Recorder, Mobile Phone, Laser Disc, DVD, Quicktime, Internet, Email, Webcam, PDA, Smartphone, Sattellite Radio, HDTV, Blue Ray, iTunes, Podcasting, Blog, RSS, Flickr, BitTorrent, Youtube, Wikipedia</p> <p>Neuman argues that new media will:</p> <p>Alter the meaning of geographic distance.Allow for a huge increase in the volume ofcommunication.Provide the possibility of increasing the speed of communication.Provide opportunities for interactive communication.Allow forms of communication that were previously separate to overlap and interconnect.Croteau and Hoynes 2003: 322</p> <p>New Media in Digital AgeThis should be the golden age for new media. We have the technology. We have the professionals to deliver high quality services. We have a great hunger among people for reliable, timely and useful information. Welcome to the digital and internet revolution!</p> <p>Effects of New Media on BroadcastingNow, fast developing technology is fuelling an information revolution. The new media, digital broadcasting and the internet are sweeping away the limitations of the analogue world and weakening the grip of government-owned platforms. The nature of the relationship between the broadcaster and its audience is changing. New media in this information age provides an immediate, informative, intelligent, interactive platform for discussion and debate.</p> <p>User generated MediaInternet blogs, news portals and online news, Facebook, You Tube, podcast and webcast, and even the short messaging system (SMS), are all new media. The modern revolution enables everybody to become a journalist at little cost and with global reach. Nothing like this has ever been possible before. </p> <p>Negative impact of New MediaThe emergence of blog streams is a reflection on societys awareness of the importance of information dissemination. Unfortunately this leeway has provided room for manipulation by irresponsible users. Such a situation gives rise to a poser. The trials and tribulations created by new media have impacted on society and nation. Repercussions are reflected in peoples thinking.</p> <p>New media in BangladeshThe nature of media in Bangladesh has changed dramatically over the last decades with the emergence of new media technology and growing popularity of internet. Online audience has grown very fast with people getting more news via internet. Countrys young generations are actively consuming online news. Any key topics of government are now widely written by bloggers, sharing on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube.</p> <p>New media in BangladeshBangladesh has seen a rapid growth of Internet users since mid 2000s. According to Bangladesh Telecom Regulatory Commission (BTRC) Internet users in Bangladesh has reached more then 44 million by the end of December, 2014 with 95% users connected through mobile phone.</p> <p>New media in BangladeshA Social Summit was held in Dhaka on September 2013 named Meet up-Hashtag #2030 NOW, with a view to look ahead the affect of internet based new media by 2030. The summit pointed out that 60 percent of the countrys population is below the age of 30, and the youth will have to take up the challenge of transforming Bangladesh. Internet connectivity through mobile in simple, low-cost solutions has the possibility to solve day-to-day challenges and create a tremendous impact on the development of the country.New media in BangladeshOne of the best examples of the impact of new media may be the Shahbag protest of 2013 and the events that followed. Theparticipation ofthe educated youth on a particular issue was possible only due to connectivity through new media that generated public opinion in a large scale. </p> <p>ConclusionNew Media allows an interactive approach by receiving comments, and opinion of the audience, in exchange offering the audience to network and being part of a community interested in the same topics or matters. Bottom line, New Media allows you to reach audience that is specifically interested in Beach Volleyball and Beach Volleyball events, and grow your audience thus growing the awareness of the sport worldwide.</p>

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