digital media

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digital media

(1) See social media.

(2) An umbrella term for all types of electronic data (text, databases, images, audio and video). Digital media may also refer to the electronic devices that store the data (magnetic tapes and disks, solid state drives and flash drives) or to the communications methods that transmit the data, including email, text and instant messaging, text chat and video calling. See social media, multimedia, digital media hub, digital media server, magnetic disk, magnetic tape, optical disc and USB drive.

(3) The news from a TV network, newspaper or magazine that is published on a desktop or mobile website or on a blog.
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Police seized a quantity of computer media that was subjected for forensic examinations.
At the main campus, classroom instruction provides the students with in-house techniques pertaining to chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear detection equipment and access to learning resources via computer media.
Media management in business differs from media management in computers because the computer term refers to activities that involve processing computer media files like music, video, and picture files [1].
Historical records, critical interpretation and print culture's belief in universal realities--these are symptoms of writing that represent the old technology of the alphabet which are now giving way to the new computer media.
Most of us have an oscilloscope viewing option on our computer media player.
The results showed that mothers differed in the extent to which they engaged in shared reading and provided toys and computer media for English instruction, and that maternal education is related to the types of strategies and resources provided.
On other computer media during the search, agents uncovered a chat transcript of an individual corresponding with Mr.
It will also include 17,000 s/f of ground floor retail, a computer media lab, community room and green courtyard.
but is not identical with communication through computer media but rather the context in which such communication occurs.
Judging by the attention it receives from market research firms and the computer media, cloud computing is the latest big thing.
Members would follow the link and use their own computer media player to access the podcast.
KEEP will address the problems of transferring digital objects stored on outdated computer media such as floppy discs onto current storage devices.

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