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MIL by Mind Map: MIL

1. LESSON 1: WHAT IS MEDIA?

1.1. MEADIA: the main means of mass communication (broadcasting, publishing, and the Internet) regarded collectively

1.2. TYPES OF MEDIA!!!

1.3. NEW MEDIA:New media are forms of media that are native to computers, computational and relying on computers for redistribution. Some examples of new media are telephones, computers, virtual worlds, single media, website games, human-computer interface, computer animation and interactive computer installations

1.3.1. websites and blogs

1.3.2. streaming audio and video.

1.3.3. chat rooms.

1.3.4. online communities.

1.4. SOCIAL MEDIA: Social media are interactive computer-mediated technologies that facilitate the creation and sharing of information, ideas, career interests and other forms of expression via virtual communities and networks.

1.4.1. facebook

1.4.2. twitter

1.4.3. instagram

1.4.4. youtube

1.5. TRADITIONAL MEDIA: Traditional Media Examples. Marketers have used traditional media such as print, radio, TV, yellow pages and even outdoor ads to reach consumer markets for the last 50 to 100 years. Traditional media can also play a role in the marketing mix for many B2B companies.

1.5.1. television

1.5.2. radio

1.5.3. newspapers or magazines

1.5.4. mail

1.6. MEDIA A CULTURE OF ENTERTAINMENT :Media culture. In cultural studies, media culture refers to the current Western capitalist society that emerged and developed from the 20th century, under the influence of mass media.The expression media culture, on the other hand, conveys the idea that such culture is the product of the mass media.

2. LESSON 2: MEDIA THEN AND NOW

2.1. PRE-INDUSTRIAL AGE: Pre-industrial society refers to social attributes and forms of political and cultural organization that were prevalent before the advent of the Industrial Revolution, which occurred from 1750 to 1850. Pre-industrial is a time before there were machines and tools to help perform tasks en masse.

2.1.1. CODEX.

2.1.2. ACTA DIURNA

2.1.3. DIBAO

2.2. BROADCAST INDUSTRY: Media broadcasting is the airing of audio and video to the public. If you enjoy listening to radio programs or watching television shows and would like to be involved in the creation of these programs, then perhaps media broadcasting is right for you.

2.2.1. Global TV

2.2.2. advertising

2.2.3. streaming and digital journalism.

2.3. LOCAL ONLINE MEDIA: Digital media, which includes photos, video and music, distributed over the Internet, which are either non-copyrighted or copyrighted materials provided either freely or for a fee.

2.3.1. blogs

2.3.2. podcasts

2.3.3. web sites

2.4. ELECTRONIC AGE: Electronic media are media that use electronics or electromechanical audience to access the content. This is in contrast to static media (mainly print media), which today are most often created electronically, but do not require electronics to be accessed by the end user in the printed form.

2.4.1. television

2.4.2. radio

2.4.3. Internet

2.4.4. CD-ROMs

2.5. DIGITAL AGE: The Information Age (also known as the Computer Age, Digital Age, or New Media Age) is a historic period beginning in the 20th century and characterized by the rapid shift from traditional industry that the Industrial Revolution brought through industrialization to an economy primarily based upon information technology

2.5.1. software

2.5.2. digital images

2.5.3. digital video

2.5.4. social media

2.6. MAINSTREAM MEDIA: Mainstream media (MSM) is a term and abbreviation used to refer collectively to the various large mass news media that influence many people, and both reflect and shape prevailing currents of thought.

2.6.1. Fox News Channel

2.6.2. Fox Business Network

2.6.3. National Geographic, Nat Geo Wild

2.7. ALTERNATIVE AND INDEPENDENT MEDIA: In developed countries, alternative media are media that are alternatives to the business or government-owned mass media. ... An independent media means that no one should control and influence its coverage of news.

2.7.1. Alternative media take many forms including print, audio, video, Internet and street art.

2.8. STATE OWNED MEDIA:State media or state-owned media is media for mass communication which is "controlled financially and editorially by the state." These news outlets may be the sole media outlet or may exist in competition with corporate and non-corporate media.

3. LESSON 3: UNDERSTANDING MEDIA: AESHETICS OF THE IMAGE, TEXT ANDAUDIO

3.1. NEWSPAPER AND JOURNALISM:Newspaper reporters, also known as journalists, write stories based on information and facts they have gathered. They collect this information by interviewing people, reviewing documents, taking notes and observing important events.

3.2. COMMUNITY MEDIA: Community media are generally defined as a distinct sector of the media for their independence, base in civil society and provision of a social service as opposed to seeking profits.

3.3. BOOKS

3.4. COMICS

3.5. MAGAZINES

3.6. PHOTOGRAPHY: Photography is the art, application and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either electronically by means of an image sensor, or chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film.

3.7. TIMELESS IMAGE CONCEPT: At Timeless Images, we believe that by capturing moments we help to create memories which become the legacy you leave to your family. ... Our friendly team takes a genuine interest in every person, family and group we shoot, and our portraits convey the passion we have for people and photography.

4. LESSON 4:UNDERSTANDING MEDIA: AESHETICS OF FILM AND TV

4.1. FILM FORMATS

4.1.1. NARRATIVE: Narrative structure is about story and plot: the content of a story and the form used to tell the story.

4.1.2. DOCUMENTARY: Documentary structure is often determined by the subject matter of the film, but in general a documentary is made up of the beginning, the middle and the end, sometimes referred to as the "three-act structure." Learn documentary storytelling from an Oscar-Nominated filmmaker.

4.2. EXPERIMENTAL: Structural film was an experimental film movement prominent in the United States in the 1960s and which developed into the Structural/materialist films.

4.3. MOTION FRAMING CONCEPTS: In visual arts and particularly cinematography, framing is the presentation of visual elements in an image, especially the placement of the subject in relation to other objects. Framing can make an image more aesthetically pleasing and keep the viewer's focus on the framed object

4.4. TV BROADCAST: Television programming sent over the air to all receivers.

4.5. KINDS OF TV SHOW

4.5.1. INFORMATIVE PROGRAMMING

4.5.2. ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMING

4.6. TV SHOW ANOTOMY

4.7. ADVERTISING

5. LESSON 5:UNDERSTANDING MEDIA: AESTHETICS OF NEW MEDIA

5.1. NEW MEDIA AS MULTIMEDIA: New media is considered to be the multimedia and digital form of communication happening via desktop and laptop computers, as well as phones, tablets and other devices. New media has introduced user interaction, rather than simply consuming media.

5.2. INTERSECTING TRADITIONAL MEDIA AND NEW MEDIA: Traditional media allows businesses to target a broad target audience through billboards, print advertising, television commercials, and more. In comparison, new media allows companies to target a narrow target audience through social media, paid online ads, and search results.

5.3. WORDPRESS

5.4. BLOGS

5.5. BRODCAST

5.6. RADIO PODCAST

6. LESSON 6:UNDERSTANDING MEDIA: AESTHETICS OF SOCIAL NETWORKING

6.1. SOCIAL MEDIA: Social media are interactive computer-mediated technologies that facilitate the creation and sharing of information, ideas, career interests and other forms of expression via virtual communities and networks.

6.2. KIND OF SOCIAL MEDIA

6.2.1. Social review sites

6.2.2. Image sharing sites

6.2.3. Video hosting sites

6.2.4. Community blogs

6.2.5. Discussion sites.

6.2.6. Sharing economy networks

6.3. RELEVANCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA TODAY'S SOCIETY

6.3.1. Social media is important because it allows you to reach people locally, regionally, nationally and even internationally. If you understand the characteristics of your target audience, you will be able to personalize your messages to resonate with that audience more appropriately

6.4. personal communcation

6.4.1. Conversations belong, according to the APA Style, to 'personal communication'. Examples are: e-mails, letters, phone calls, personal conversations, interviews, questionnaires etc. A source that counts as personal communication is not recorded in the reference list, because the reader can't check it