digital media
/dˈɪdʒɪɾəl mˈiːdiːə/
any form of media content that is stored, transmitted, and accessed in digital format, encompassing various types of multimedia content such as text, images, audio, and video
online media
/ˈɑːnlaɪn mˈiːdiːə/
digital content, such as articles, videos, images, and audio, that is published and accessed through internet-based platforms and websites
social media
/sˈoʊʃəl mˈiːdiːə/
websites and applications enabling users to share content and build communities on their smartphones, computers, etc.
streaming media
/stɹˈiːmɪŋ mˈiːdiːə/
the real-time delivery of audio and video content over the internet, allowing users to access and enjoy the content without the need for downloading
broadcast media
/bɹˈɔːdkæst mˈiːdiːə/
the distribution of audio and video content, such as television and radio programs, to a wide audience through over-the-air transmission or cable/satellite networks, providing mass communication and entertainment
print media
/pɹˈɪnt mˈiːdiːə/
the traditional form of mass communication, such as newspapers, magazines, books, and other printed materials, that convey information and entertainment through ink and paper
mainstream media
/mˈeɪnstɹiːm mˈiːdiːə/
the collective body of established and widely recognized media outlets that cater to a broad audience, shaping public opinion and providing news, information, and entertainment within the boundaries of conventional norms
alternative media
/ɔːltˈɜːnətˌɪv mˈiːdiːə/
different sources of information and communication that offer alternative views, question what is commonly believed, and focus on voices not usually heard in mainstream media
state media
/stˈeɪt mˈiːdiːə/
media outlets, such as television stations, radio stations, newspapers, or online platforms, that are owned, controlled, or heavily influenced by the government or state authorities
mass media
/mˈæs mˈiːdiːə/
widespread forms of communication, including TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, and the Internet, that reach a large audience with news, information, and entertainment
interactive media
/ˌɪntɚɹˈæktɪv mˈiːdiːə/
digital content or platforms that enable active user participation and engagement through interactive features and two-way communication
outdoor media
/aʊtdˈoːɹ mˈiːdiːə/
advertisements or promotional messages displayed in public spaces, such as billboards and digital screens, targeting audiences outside of their homes or workplaces
the activity or profession of making commercial announcements to promote a product or service
the profession of collecting and editing pieces of news and articles either to be published in a newspaper, magazine, etc. or broadcast
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