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Journalism 1010 Chapter 7 Notes

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Journalism 1010 Chapter 7 Notes JOUR 1010

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Thursday quiz and exam #2
The Future of Media
Robert Stewart
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journalism, Media, Convergence, social-media
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Date Created: 09/28/16
Chapter 7 Notes The Impact of Social Media  Social media: o John Jantsch: the use of technology combined with social interaction to create or co-create value o Brian Solis: a shift in how people discover, read, and share news and information and content. It’s a fusion of sociology and technology, transforming monologue into dialog o Anvil Media: an umbrella term that defines the various activities that integrate technology, social interaction, and the construction of words and pictures. This interaction, and the manner in which information is presented, depends on the varied perspectives and building of shared meaning, as people share their stories and understandings  Traditional media use a broadcast, or monologic model of one-to-many communication, whereas social media employ a more dialogic model of many-to-many communication  Publish then filter model: NYU professor Clay Shirky in reference to social media, which is opposite of traditional media’s “filter, then publish” model  Agenda setting: media’s role in deciding which topics to cover and consequently which topics the public deems important and worthy of discussion  Digital media and the Internet greatly reduce costs for creating and distributing media content widely to the point that they are well within the reach of may  Free and open-source software (FOSS): a movement that wants software to be freely available and the source code open to anyone to make modifications and improvements  Distributed computing: individual, autonomous computers that work together toward a common goal, typically a large, complex project that requires more computing power than that of any individual computer  Folksonomies: collection of tags created by users that provide metadata (data about data) regarding information Types of Social Media Email: electronic mail  Listservs: automated mailing-list administrations that allow for easy subscription, cancellation, and delivery of emails to subscribers  Spam: unsolicited email advertising Discussion boards  Usenet: one of the earliest discussion forums in use today in which participants discuss topics in categories called newsgroups  Lurking: only reading what others write in online discussion boards but not contributing to the discussions Chat rooms  Instant messaging: a form of real-time communication through text typed over a computer network  Scrolling: simply repeating the same message in a chat room, which draws the ire of other participants Blogs: short for weblog, a type of website in which a person posts regular journal or diary entries with the posts arrange chronologically Wiki: website that allows anyone to add, edit, or delete pages and content  First created in 1994 Social-Networking Sites  By March 2015, Facebook claimed to have 1.44 billion active monthly users worldwide, making it the largest social-networking site in the world Ratings, marketing, etc.  Produsers: audiences who no longer are simply consumers but also produce content  Big data: a collection of data sets too large for traditional analytic techniques to sort, analyze, and visualize  Word-of-mouth marketing: marketing that takes place among customers through discussions with one another  Astroturfing: creating a movement controlled by a large organization or group designed to look like a citizen-founded, grassroots campaign o often punished in the court of public opinion once they are exposed


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