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What advantages do traditional media have over emerging media and vice versa? What are the shortcomings of each various type of media? If you were a Media Manager for programming for any of these
types of media stations, how would you manage the shortcomings you have identified?
Traditional media has editors to help filter news whereas the emerging media (internet news) are usually administered by individuals. [ For the shortcomings: Since the traditional media has editors, competition can be tough as the one who will win will be the first to release the news. For the emerging media, the shortcomings can be based to the news being biased. ]
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