New Media Visuals
New Media: Podcast Visuals
Southern New Hampshire University
1. I choose this picture to speak to the culture of the podcast. Podcast are used to have those racy conversations that are typically too controversial for normal main stream media. Podcast have more freedom of speech and are able to touch on topics that the general public would be afraid to express. An example of this is the recent events at ESPN, where the correspondent spoke on the issues of the current presidency and her job was then put on the line for the statements made because ESPN does not think political views should be spoke about on air. The podcast gives people like that ESPN correspondent the freedom to express her views without repercussion.
2. This graphic relates to my topic because it is one of the many podcast in the industry speaking on culture issues.
1. I choose this graphic to speaks to the statistics of how new media is the wave of this world. Technology is the most important thing in this generation and this gives a number to the world we already see as tech driven.
2. This relates to my topic because it backs up the claim that new media is a big competitor to traditional media sources. New media does not seem to be fizzling out anytime soon and I project that it will eventually supersede old media.
1. I choose this graphic to show the different types of podcast out today. Podcast are not limited to one topic or one genre. Podcast touch the lives of so many people on multiple levels from travel to dating to fashion.
2. This graphic relates to my topic because it
1. I choose this graphic to introduce new media. New media has many umbrellas that social media and podcast to name a few examples fall under. New Media has been big competition for traditional media.
2. This graphic relates to my topic because you can visually see new media taking over the world in this photo. Since podcast fall under the new media umbrella, this photo embodies new media is here to stay.
1. I choose this image to show the boom in numbers of podcast out in 2015 since its start in 2004.
2. This graphic relates to my topic because it shows the relevancy of podcast in 2015, which were good numbers that have only increased since 2015.
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