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The average attention span in 2012 - 8 seconds

The average attention span in 2000 - 12 seconds

The average attention span of a gold fish - 9 seconds

Percent of teens who forget major details of close friends and relatives - 25 %

Percent of people who forget their own birthdays from time to time - 7 %

Average number of times per hour an office worker checks their email inbox - 30

Average length watched of a single internet video - 2.7 minutes

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Source: Harald Weinreich, Hartmut Obendorf, Eelco Herder, and Matthias Mayer: “Not Quite the Average: An Empirical Study of Web Use,” in the ACM Transactions on the Web, vol. 2, no. 1 (February 2008), article #5.

Percent of page views that last less than 4 seconds: 17%

Percent of page views that last more than 10 minutes: 4%

Percent of words read on web pages with 111 words or less: 49%

Percent of words read on an average (593 words) web page: 28%

Users spend only 4.4 seconds more for each additional 100 words

meet mr media

Meet Mr. Media

Media Ownership & You

Week 3, MK120: Media, Communication, Society

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FOUNDATIONS OF THE EXPLORATION

  • What does it mean to“own”information?
  • Who are the big Media Companies, and do they still matter?
  • Do we (consumers) really have a voice? If so, what does it sound like?
digital divide
Digital Divide

The term digital divide refers to the gap between those people with effective access to digital and information technology, and those without access to it. It includes the imbalances in physical access to technology, as well as the imbalances in resources and skills needed to effectively participate as a digital citizen.”

participation gap
Participation Gap

Digital immigrants vs. Digital Natives

…I’m a digital immigrant. I was not weaned on the web, nor coddled on a computer. Instead, I grew up in a highly centralized world where news and information were tightly controlled by a few proprietors, who deemed to tell us what we could and should know. Rupert Murdoch, 2005

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Part One

Foundations of Media Ownership

Vs.

who is mr media
Who is Mr. Media?

Can you name the 6 media conglomerates that own and operate over 75% of the mass media messages you see today?

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Table 1: World’s Largest Media Companies

  • World’s Largest Media companies
  • (total revenue in 2009)
  • Company Revenue (in Billions)
  • General Electric $157*
  • Walt Disney Co. $36.1
  • News Corporation $30.4
  • Time Warner $26.8
  • Viacom $13.6
  • CBS $13
  • * approx. 25 USbillion revenue from media ventures

Source: FreePress Ownership Chart: http://www.freepress.net/resources/ownership

1 merge acquire
1. Merge & Acquire
  • 1996 Congress passes Telecommunications Act.
  • FCC continues to ease ownership regulations.
synergy
Synergy

Definition: refers to the dynamic in which components of a company work together to produce benefits that would be impossible for a single, separately operated unit of the company

branding
Branding

If a brand is associated with a quality or image that a consumer likes, the consumer tends to choose the branded version of a traditional product or to try a new product from the same brand

branding1
Branding

Spin offs: ESPN2, ESPNNews, ESPN Classic

Publication: ESPN, the magazine

Web site: espn.com

Retail outlet: ESPN, the Store

Sport-themed restaurant: The ESPN Zone

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What is the resonance of Coke’s Brand? What is it’s media strategy? Where do you see it?

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What about Apple? Or Starbucks? Or others? What are their media platforms? How do they extend their reach?

3 globalization growth expansion globally
3. Globalization: Growth/Expansion Globally

One product, that is adapted to be viewed in the following countries: …

globalization
Globalization

India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Japan, Brunei, South Korea, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Papa New Guinea, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, UK, Ireland, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, France, Greece, Israel, Romania, 30 territories including: Russia, Middle East, Egypt, Faroe Islands, Liechtenstein, Malta, Moldova.

And…Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Italy, Bolivia, Caribbean, Central America, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, United States (select Hispanic markets) Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Russia, many countries in Africa…and on and on and on: totaling MTV being tailored for viewing in:

164 Countries!

Cultural imperialism

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Lines from the film’s opening song (pre-alteration):

Oh, I come from a land, From a faraway place, Where the caravan camels roam, Where they cut off your ear, If they don’t like your face, It’s Barbaric, but hey, it’s home.

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4. DEREGULATION

the General Electric Conundrum…

and they also own
And they also own

Military Production: Manufactures and maintains engines for the F-16 Fighter jet, Abrams tank, Apache helicopter, U2 Bomber, Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV), A-10 aircraft, and numerous military equipment including planes, helicopters, tanks, and more.

GE COMMERCIAL FINANCEGE HEALTHCARE

GE ADVANCED MATERIALSGE INFRASTRUCTURE

GE CONSUMER & INDUSTRIAL GE INSURANCE

GE MONEY GE TRANSPORTATION

GE ENERGY

part two
Part Two

Markets vs. the Public Sphere

the market model
The Market Model

“society’s needs can best be met through a relatively unregulated process of exchange based on the dynamics of supply and demand. This model treats the media like all other goods and services” (Croteau & Hoynes,15).

media markets promote
“media” Markets promote _______________?
  • Efficiency
  • Responsiveness
  • Flexibility
  • innovation
the public sphere
The Public Sphere

“media are more than simply profit-making components of large conglomerates. Instead, they are our primary information sources and storytellers” (20).

jurgen habermas
Jurgen Habermas

[his] “model posits an open mass media system that is widely accessible. It argues that information should circulate freely…fundamentally the public sphere views people as citizens rather than consumers. Furthermore it contends media should serve these citizens rather than “target” potential consumers” (20).

for the public sphere
For the Public Sphere
  • Markets are undemocratic
  • Markets reproduce inequality
  • Markets are amoral
  • Markets do not necessarily meet social needs
  • Markets do not necessarily meet democratic needs
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Market – Whatever the public is interested in

Sphere – Media responsibility to….

a. Promote diversity (Avoid homogenity)

b. Provide Substance (w/out Elitism)

which side do you fall on
Which side do you fall on?

“The media’s role in facilitating democracy and encouraging citizenship has always been in tension with its status as a profit making industry…” (38)

part three
Part Three

Destabilizing Ownership

2007 most visited sites us
2007 Most Visited Sites, US

1. Yahoo.com - Yahoo! Inc.

2. Google.com - Google Inc.

3. Myspace.com - News Corp.

4. MSN.com - Microsoft Corporation

5. ebay.com - eBay Inc.

6. YouTube.com - Google Inc.

7. Facebook.com - Facebook

8. wikipedia.org - Wikimedia Foundation

9. craiglist.org - craigslist, inc.

10. live.com - Microsoft Corporation

11Amazon.com - Amazon.com, Inc.

12. Blogger.com - Google Inc.

13. Go.com - The Walt Disney Co.

14. AOL.com - Time Warner

15. microsoft.com – Microsoft Co.

16. CNN.com - Time Warner

17. Comcast.net - Comcast Co.

18. IMDb.com - Amazon.com, Inc.

19. Flickr.com - Yahoo! Inc.

20. Photobucket.com – Photobucket

http://www.freepress.net/content/top20websites alexa, 2007

2009 most visited sites us
2009 Most Visited Sites, US
  • Google
  • Facebook
  • Yahoo! Mail
  • MySpace
  • Yahoo!
  • YouTube
  • Windows Live Mail
  • MSN
  • Yahoo! Search
  • eBay

Gmail

Bing

13. AOL Mail

14. AOL

15. Google Image Search

16. My Yahoo!

17. Wikipedia

18. Amazon.com

19. Yahoo! News

20. Craig\'s List

http://www.businessreviewonline.com/internet-weblog/archives/2009/08/top_20_websites.html

2012 most visited sites us
2012 Most Visited Sites, US
  • Google
  • YouTube
  • Facebook
  • Amazon
  • Yahoo!
  • Twitter
  • MSN
  • Wikipedia
  • Wordpress
  • Microsoft

http://bottomline.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/03/25/10760486-americas-10-largest-websites?lite

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Is The Shallows right? Do you agree with it?

  • What is the difference between Mass Media & New Media Structures for Marketing and Advertising?
  • How will Filter Bubbles influence our future consumer habits?
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