Posts Tagged ‘Sade Oshinubi’

The idea that the Internet is throwing actors in media industries for a loop is not novel. The Internet poses a special problem for policymakers in several ways, including supranational relations and the dichotomy between freedom of expression and ensuring various public interest benefits. As new technologies develop through the use of the Internet, more […]

Over the last few years there has been an evident increase in “the role of the customer as the co-creater of the media message” in the field of journalism. (Media Work, 75) News media outlets have used user-generated accounts of events to bring the news to the public. In this sense the public, who are […]

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you know that AT&T is attempting to buy T-Mobile. The proposed merger was announced early this summer, and new elements of the merger continue to develop. In latest news, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has sued AT&T under Antitrust (unfair competition) laws. The biggest issue concerning the merger […]