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Producing New and Digital Media
Your Guide to Savvy Use of the Web





ISBN 9780367192341
Published April 17, 2020 by Routledge
278 Pages

 
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Book Description

Producing New and Digital Media is your essential guide to understanding new media, taking a deep dive into such topics as the cultural and social impacts of the web, the importance of digital literacy, and creating in an online environment.

This cutting edge text provides an introductory, hands-on approach to creating user-generated content, coding, cultivating an online brand, and storytelling in new and digital media. In showing you how to navigate the world of digital media and complete digital tasks, this book not only teaches you how to use the web, but also helps you understand why you use it.

Key features for the second edition include:

  • Coverage of up-to-date forms of communication on the web: memes, viral videos, social media, and more pervasive types of online languages.
  • New chapters on YouTube influencers and on-demand subscription television.
  • Each chapter has media literacy sidebars, sample assignments, and activities.
  • Updates to the companion website additional materials for students and instructors

Thoughtful, entertaining, and enlightening, this is the fundamental textbook for students of new and digital media, digital culture and media literacy, as well as a useful resource for anyone wanting to understand and develop their presence in our digital world.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: What is new and digital media?

Chapter 2: Online Communities

Chapter 3: Web Literacy

Chapter 4: Memes and Virality

Chapter 5: From Viral Videos to YouTubers: Web Video’s Historical Impact

Chapter 6: Over the Top Television and Storytelling in a Streaming World

Chapter 7 Personal Branding

Chapter 8: Conclusion

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Author(s)

Biography

James Cohen is an assistant professor and co-founder of the New Media program at Molloy College. His research covers memes, digital media literacy, YouTubers, and media archaeology. He is a faculty fellow of the Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change. He holds a Ph.D. in Media and Cultural Studies from Stony Brook University.

Thomas Kenny is a full-time instructor for the Communications Department at Molloy College. He teaches courses in television and film production and studies. His research interests include media literacy, serial television, and social media. He is a Ph.D. candidate in Information Studies at Long Island University.

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Companion Website

Please visit our companion website for additional support materials.