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COMM 398O: Media Revolutions

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Jon Hoffman

on 22 September 2016

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Transcript of COMM 398O: Media Revolutions

The printing press, the telegraph, and the internet
Media Revolutions and Democracy
Blogs
Q1: What current media trend do you think will prove revolutionary?
Historical Media
Revolutions
Monopolies and the control of space
The Printing
Press & Empire
The Telegraph
Screen Theory
Effects Theories
Ethnographic Theory
What is an audience?
DDoS
botnets
IRC
Gregg Housh
#xenu
#press
#marblecake
protests
Chanology
Q2: What are communication norms on the internet?
More spare (Hemmingway)
More formal
Facilitated Empire
Separation of Transportation
from Communication
From arbitrage to futures markets
Diminished importance of Space,
increase of time
"The Former Audience"
Stuart Hall: Encoding/Decoding
User Theory
Decoding as labor
Dominant
Negotiated
Oppositional
Q1: How did you decode the last movie you saw?
Q2: In what way did Chanology contribute to the changing meaning of "audience"?
the owners and operators of tools
that were once exclusively used by media people to capture and hold their attention
Groups set 9/29
Patented in 1837
Reached west coast 1861 (6 yrs before the railroad)
Wireless in 1890s
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