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New Media Analysis

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New media is a broad term that emerged in the late 20th century and is generally used to identify communication using the Internet and social media. This represents a significant change, both in production and consumer use, from traditional media and is expected to be the main platform for research in the future. What sets this new media apart from traditional media is that it is more accessible by users, allows for more interactivity, and allows for creative participation and feedback. The new media is accessible by computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and smart televisions in a wide range of areas, including at home, at work, and while in transit. The key element of new media is that connection and conversation are created ...

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