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The new media theory is an idea of Mark Poster heralds. The theory indicated that we are entering a new stage in media because, interactive technology and the constant usage of the Internet. The “new media theory” is changing society more than anyone would have ever imagined and is transforming our society. The new media is also taking over and shunning out various other ways many may have once used to receive cover from the media. However, the new change is constant and can be perceived in many different fashions.
Journalism is rapidly evolving by combining old media with a new media of online contributors. The emergence of new media forms has changed the way news organisations, journalists and their audiences interact. New media is rapidly growing and having a significant effect on traditional journalism mediums such as the newspaper, radio and television. Many journalists see these vast and dramatic changes to the industry as both a threat and opportunity to their profession. This essay will seek to discuss how journalism, as a profession is being challenged by new media.
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