Media Information and Literacy



The term media (singular form: medium) refers to the source of information and communication channels or tools through which we disseminate news, music, movies, education, promotional messages and other data from both old and new media. It includes physical and online newspapers and magazines, television, radio, billboards, telephone, the Internet, fax and billboards.

It describes the various ways through which we communicate in society. Because it refers to all means of communication, everything ranging from a telephone call to the evening news on television can be called media.

When talking about reaching a very large number of people we say mass mediaLocal media refers to, for example, your local newspaper, or local/regional TV/radio channels.

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3 Types Of Media

ppppppppppp1.Print Media: It consists of paper and ink that reproduced in printing process that is traditionally mechanical. It also includes…

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An excellent overview of the history + historical background of WordPress, blogging + the World-Wide Web

To make a long story short: blogging is making me a better person every single day.

I definitely look forward to meeting Areti Vassou in Berlin during WordCamp Europe 2019 — which is starting in less than two weeks! 😀