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BTEC Level 2 Unit 1: Digital Media Sectors and Audiences »

Rob Miller | Tuesday June 16, 2015

Categories: Nationals, BTEC Nationals, BTEC Nationals Level 2, Level 2 Creative Media Production, Advertising, Marketing, Key Concepts, Introductory Resources, Intro to Media Audiences, Intro to Media Institutions, Intro to Media Languages, Intro to Media Representations, Audience, Media Language, Hot Entries, New Media, Internet, Social Networking, Defining Social Networks, New Technologies, Production Zone, Audio Production, Digital Photography, New Media Production, Print Production, Video Production, Web Production


The BTEC First is a great qualification that will prepare you for the world of work or further study.

You will learn how to use software and hardware that is used in digital media industries – by photographers, editors, sound recordists, web designers and games designers.

Have a look at the following 10 steps to success in Creative Digital Media Production.

But first – you need to understand about the digital media industry and audiences – every media...

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Social Networking Links »

Richard Gent | Friday May 29, 2009

Categories: Other Topics, Social Networking, Defining Social Networks, Offline Social Networks, Community, History of the Internet, Politics and Social Networking, Mobile Phones, Public Vs Privacy, Child Safety, Making Money, Communications, References, Digital Media, New Technologies

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What is and what is not a Social Networking site? »

Rod Munday | Friday May 01, 2009

Categories: Other Topics, Social Networking, Defining Social Networks

The terms “social network site” or “social networking sites” are often used interchangeably and will be in this document. An online social network site is conceived as a new technological phenomenon, which is grounded on the idea of offline social networking. In modern times, offline social networks exists primarily in places such as homes, neighbourhoods, schools and offices. Wellman (1996) defines offline social networks as ‘relations among people who deem other network...

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