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communication that uses continuously varying signals corresponding to the light or sounds originating by the source
the economy includes broadcasting, publishing, telecommunications, internet, and computer software industries
model of communication describes the exchange of information as the message passes from the source to the channel to the receiver, with feedback to the source
used to make illustrations by carving a picture in a block of wood, inking it, and pressing it onto paper
transfers page images composed inside a computer directly to printing plates
the prohibition of certain media contents by government, religious, or other societal authorities
supply news to multiple publications; they were named originally for their use of telegraph wires
happens when news organizations share different formats of information for multimedia news
a community newspaper that contains less than 25 percent editorial content and is mostly ads
joint operation agreements
allow competing newspapers to share resources while maintaining editorial independence
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