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8. Newspapers, once available only in print, have evolved into 24-hour multimedia operations. In addition to newspapers, briefly describe the evolution of movies, television, Internet, books and magazines, and media companies throughout the last century.
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During the last century the evolution of technology and the media has developed at an incredibly fast rate. New products and services are being created and discovered every day and within minutes of buying the latest computer or phone it can be outdated. Many will debate about whether this fast evolution is for the better or for the worse. The increase in technology that is readily available is exciting and incredible, it allows things to be invented that can benefit the human race and the environment around us. The dependence on machines and computers is viewed by many in a negative way however. Jobs that used to be carried out by people is now left to machines and some suggest, as a race, we are becoming more dependent and lazy. Movies have evolved from silent, black and white, grainy moving images to incredible three dimensional spectaculars. Going to the cinema has evolved into an experience and, although it is no longer such a novelty, it is something that becomes more and more creative and inventive. The same can be said about television. With hundreds and thousands of television channels and programmes available all over the world, there has been something created for all tastes. The internet has been one of the fastest growing and revolutionized media in the last century. What started as a simple network between offices has spread across the globe and it is almost impossible to imagine a world without emails, social network sites and the ability to ask anything and find an answer. The evolution of books and magazines is one of the media formats that is strongly debated. The introduction of online book stores has seriously impacted independent and even high street chain bookshops. More recently, e-books have led to a dramatic decline in the number of paperbacks that are now being bought. The evolution of these technologies has been rapid and will continue into the foreseeable future.
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10. How has media convergence changed American culture?
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