...Web 2.0 ( 2003 ) A concept of the web as a platform for participation in which the consumer is also a producer. See also networked participation ; networked sociality ; participatory culture ; produser ; prosumer ; user-generated content ; wikinomics...
...participation ; online sociality ; participatory culture ; peer-to-peer network ; personalization ; podcasting ; produser ; prosumer ; social media ; social networking site ; streaming ; webcasting ; wikinomics .
http://oreilly.com/web2/archive/what-is-web-20.html What is Web 2.0?
...Government 2.0 ( Gov 2.0 ) By analogy with Web 2.0 , the use of technology by government to promote greater access, transparency, and...
A mathematical relationship between the frequency and size of an event, where the frequency increase is inversely proportional to its size increase. For example, the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto ...
(television) Digital dropout that is caused by some break in the code for which error-correcting software cannot compensate.
Pejorative term for the controversial journalistic practice of paying a source for information (often for an exclusive story).
A device attached to a television set recording who watches what and when. Viewers identify themselves by pushing buttons.
Any individual decoder or interpreter of a message or text: a real reader as distinct from an implied reader.
Plastic tape coated with a ferromagnetic material which stores a video signal through electromagnetism. See also electronic recording.
Term used in research within the broadcast media for an audience that carries over from a previous programme.
A trend in journalism where a public figure's private life is considered likely to appeal to the target audience.
1. For usage in literary theory, see metaphor.2. For usage in relation to perception, see figure and ground.
In television post-production, typically a final edit in which effects, shots, and captions are added to a programme.
(film and television) Any unsynchronized sound that is added to a mix. See also synchronization; track.
The use of two or more different media together in an advertising campaign. See also marketing communications mix.
An attention-grabbing presentation in any medium which typically serves the marketing function of persuading consumers to purchase a product or service but which may also function to raise or ...
1. The rendering of curves or diagonal lines in a television or digital image as a series of steps. Aliasing is an artefact of the process of rasterization in television and quantization in digital ...
An individual's general manner of speaking in interpersonal communication in relation to tempo, pauses, and conversational turn-taking, as identified by Tannen in a book of the same name. See also ...
A style of advertising that focuses primarily on the product and stresses its utility. This includes description, characteristics, benefits, price, performance, design, and construction. It tends to ...
A temporary readiness or predisposition to perceive in a particular way. See also Aufgabe, Einstellung, set (2).