As Facebook announces measures to clamp down on fake news, can it really still claim not to be a media company?
Here’s an article I just read closely related to my post yesterday: Is the media responsible for Trump’s victory? (In a way you may not expect)
Is broadcast and print media not as influencial as it thinks it is?
See below for the full article:
There are three main categories for media platforms broadcasting, print and eMedia, these three categories are used to present information.
Broadcasting uses things like the TV and radio to distribute information to us as consumers. Broadcasting is then split into even smaller categories depending on what information the consumer would like to know, for example films are split into genres like horror, comedy, thriller and romance allowing the viewer to chose what genre they would like to watch depending on what genre entertains them the most. The radio is used in the same way as the TV, to present information. There are also several types of radio stations depending on what the consumer would like to know, for example there are music, news, weather, sports and even children radio stations. Continue reading “♥Media Platforms♥”
“So, seeing an exposed bum (banned) is worse than seeing gruesome pictures of murders (allowed)? Talk about screwed up priorities.”
This comment has been ‘uprated’ 65 times, do you agree? What are your thoughts on this?
Thoughts & opinions in the comments please!
Apparently this new social network is attacking 31,000 new users every hour. Worth a look?