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Lesson 2.1: Brief History of Media

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Transcript of Lesson 2.1: Brief History of Media

3100-2900 BC
4000 BC
36,000 years ago
1436
Brief History of Media
Pre-industrial Age
Pre-industrial Age
Pre-industrial Age
Industrial Age
Gutenberg's press
Industrial Age
Chauvet Cave Paintings
Summerian Tablet
Pre-industrial Age
Code of Hammurabi
1754 BC
The Code of Hammurabi
is one of the oldest deciphered writings
of significant length
in the world.
Up close...
Pre-industrial Age
Papyrus
1040 BC
Movable Type
Wooden movable type was also first developed around 1040 AD by
Bi Sheng
Industrial Age
Dibao
(ancient Chinese gazette)
Avviso

(Translates to a notice, a warning, advice, or an announcement)
1556
Earliest surviving film and sound recording 1888
Industrial Age
1704
Electronic Age
1731
The Gentleman’s magazine
Industrial Age
1838
Industrial Age
1825
A Short History of Photographs
Telegraph
Industrial Age
1876
Industrial Age
The Early Gramaphone
1887
Industrial Age
1895
First Film
Industrial Age
1896
Radio
Electronic Age
INFORMATION SOCIETY
Telegraph > Phone > Fax Machine > Cell Phones > Smart Phone
Cable and Satellite
paved way for faster transmission of media content
1900
Electronic Age
1926
John Logie Baird - TV Inventor
Electronic Age
1950-1960s
TV became
a regular
household appliance
WALKMAN
1979
BOOMBOX (1966) > WALKMAN (1979) > IPOD (2001)
BETA MAX, VHS, VCD, DVD, BLUE RAY
Cassette Tape
Digital Age
1984
Mac
1950-1970
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