A) Is there any value left in the big-screen movie experience?
B) Will online streaming video overtake the other motion-medias? Why or why not?
C) How can broadcast television change to remain competitive and can you cite any examples of programming changes that they have made to do so already? How does “free content” in television play into this?
D) After reading “21st Century Communication: A Reference Handbook: Chapter 96: Radio and Television Programming,” explain how cable “N was instrumental in leading to greater demassification (look it up if you don’t know what it means) of media content. add two references right after this one.
Page 2: Week 4 Week 4 — After reading The Impact of New Media on Intercultural Communication in Global Context, think about the innovations in digital media that have changed the way we think, act, and live.
A) After reading under the categories in New Media and Globalization and The Impact of New Media on Intercultural Communication, apply critical thinking techniques to help Shan (2010) answer this question, “Is intercultural communication possible?” under the context of new media in global society.
B) Also, has digital media influenced music? What are your music habits and how do you listen to music and buy it? How have your habits changed in the way you access and buy music?
C) After watching “Michael Lockrey: Citizen Journalism and the Democratisation of News Coverage” provide an example of how citizen journalism has been effective. Explain how it was effective and explain how citizen journalism can also be problematic.