old media


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old media

The forms of communicating prior to the digital world, which include analog radio and TV and printed materials such as books and magazines. Contrast with new media.
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Faced with Google's new business model around Internet advertising, Auletta noted that old media executives found themselves confounded by change.
But, he said Arab media, with its old and new types, still exists, and no major change has happened to old media even in the countries which witnessed revolutions.
And yet, even if the Labor Bureau were to count the numbers differently, the substantial growth of Internet-media jobs would not be enough to offset the even more substantial decline of old media, particularly newspapers.
These incidents indicate that old media companies must learn to coexist with new media companies that make waves like Google, rather than be drowned by them.
And many, many blogs depend on old media for their content, as they link to current events or comment on the reporting done by journalists.
As for Big Old Media, let us hope someone hides the really big hammer before things break.
She had the old media, rich donors, and sway in the Democratic party.
Old media faces death by a trillion online clicks; all hail the adolescent blog-nerds armed with Wikipedia.
The relative decline of the Old Media has been caused partly by the rise of the New Media, which includes the Internet, talk radio, and cable television.
They come up with fresh and provocative angles, and they hold old media types accountable for their screwups.
The term social media is a catchall phrase for everything that the old media is not, and it is where consumer-generated content rules.
For marketing purposes, the old media channels no longer work.