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old media

n
1. (Broadcasting)
a. the media in existence before the arrival of the internet, such as newspapers, books, television, and cinema
b. (as modifier): Warner's vast old-media holdings. Compare new media
2. (Journalism & Publishing)
a. the media in existence before the arrival of the internet, such as newspapers, books, television, and cinema
b. (as modifier): Warner's vast old-media holdings. Compare new media
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So, in 2015, although traditional media may find itself being displaced, there will be no total replacement as old media will continue to exist to complement the Internet in serving human beings the news and information they crave.
But I have to say that some of the most fascinating parts of Googled actually come early in the book, as Auletta describes the media and communications landscape into which Google emerged, one that was filled with old media companies uncertain how to advance into the future.
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Labor Bureau show just how rapidly old media is being replaced by Internet media.
There is old media cooperation between both countries and we hope to benefit from the exchange of expertise", the Ambassador stressed.
While Google was busy innovating, and as technology continued to move forward, it created a wave that, according to Auletta, has crashed into and even drowned some old media companies.
He also wants to distinguish these from new media (and, of course, from old media like print and broadcasting).
He looks at methodological considerations, how the new media have impacted the old media analyzed in Understanding Media, analysis of the new media not dealt with in the earlier book, and whether mass media is abating in influence.
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In fact, they can keep interest in and access to the old media alive.
In both cases, Big Old Media is trying to fit square pegs into round holes.
CAIRO: "The old media world is in decline, shifting, losing prominence," said Peter Leyden, founder and CEO of NextAgenda.