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new media

developing usually electronic forms of media regarded as being experimental.
Origin of new media
1990-95 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for new media
  • Real-time video performance and new media applications.
  • Video leads parade as old media and new media hook up.
  • Another draw for families is the technology and art gallery that features new media art exhibits.
  • We've seen the power of inclusion in the new media of communication.
  • Some people worry that new media companies may over time shunt old ones aside as producers of content.
  • Party nominees have been elected to all five seats on a powerful new media council.
  • These pedagogies include using new media and service learning.
  • They are still influential, though librarians have modified his language to accommodate new media and contemporary usage.
  • We are, after all, entering a time when new media and new economic realities are reshaping our own information business.
  • The point is that the new media allows individuals to broadcast slanderous speech to a wide audience.
British Dictionary definitions for new media

new media

  1. the internet and other postindustrial forms of telecommunication
  2. (as modifier): the new-media industry
Compare old media
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Contemporary definitions for new media

any interactive media, esp. electronic mass media combined with computers; also, this combination as a profession's 21st Century Lexicon
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