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Emerging Media & The Market

There are a lot of emerging medias that are finding their place in today’s online digital  landscape.  The next 9 week section of this blog will be solely dedicated to the topic of emerging medias and what they mean to the IMC practitioner.   403 more words


Digital revolutionaries are all human — but we can compensate for that

This post is written by Alicia Phillips Mandaville, Research Associate at Overseas Development Institute and Vice President of Amida Technology

All humans make mistakes and those who publish data ranking poor countries’ levels of state fragility are no different.  612 more words


Digital Characters with Motion Capture

What is the MoCap? What are markers? How Davy Jones or Smaug are created?

For these and other questions, in this video, we take a look at the technique of Motion Capture (or MoCap ), a method of high interaction between man and technology that allows to capture the movements of people and objects and turn them into digital 3D information. 98 more words


Week 8: Researching Digital Fandom

Digital Fandom: Mass Effect

According to Pearson (2010), the digital revolution has had a profound impact upon fandom, particularly as it blurs the lines between producers and consumers, creates relationships between powerful corporations and individual fans, and ultimately given rise to new forms of cultural production such as fan-fiction, fan-art, and fan-discussion. 562 more words

Smartphones - the History | the Present | the Future

In 1946, the company AT&T developed the very first mobile network, it was in June 17th of this year that a truck driver placed the first ever wireless telephone call. 303 more words


Digital revolution helpful to journalists.

Digital revolution refers to the advancement of technology from analog to the digital era available today. The era started to during 1980’s and is ongoing.  It started with the fundamental idea of Internet.( 665 more words

Education Stories

How the digital revolution has improved journalism and communication

The Digital Revolution refers to the change from analog, mechanical, and electronic technology to digital technology.

This revolution began from the late 1950s to the late 1970s… 594 more words