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THE MEDIA By Lord Loveday Ememe
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The media is my eighth book about the correct identification, interpretation and application of the laws of this planet. The laws of this planet have been hijacked by criminals for demonic purposes.
Media Myths Facebook Guide By Media Myths
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Media Decor Illusion Installation Manual By Media Decor
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Media Guy. God Blesses Media, but not Media Professionals By Aleksandar Krzavac
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He passes through various happenings interesting, sometimes even dramatic but in any case funny. As simple as that he is Media Guy – very naive amateur journalist, almost stupid in some cases... More > but at his best he is the “Top Gun” committed to excellence. Reporting from the heart of jungle full of man-eating savages or tribal war sites is for him as ordinary as chatting with colleagues in TV studio. As many others he is not sure whether TV journalism is profession or passion. That’s why he runs extreme risk doing his assignments. Doing that damned, cursed job he is not even sure whether he fulfills his or parents’ desires. Even if it looks like he is the loser that’s just for short period. All tense even dramatic situations Media Guy turns to happy end. For the same reason he is fired and he is at the same time awarded as the “Funniest journalist of the Year”.< Less
The Media Archive By ADILKNO
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The Media Archive comprises of small essays about media, as Geert Lovink said ''Everything is media''; we included six of these chapters in the E-book and a preface which is an introduction to the... More > media theory by ADILKNO. The chapters are the following: ''Media of Death. Death of Media'', ''Homeopathy of Evil. The Coming Man Revisited.'', ''Artificial love: An Introduction to Fancy design'', ''Triptych on Drugs'', ''The Fatal Attraction of Reality'', ''Billboard Studies'' . Many media theorists are mentioned through out the text like Jean Baudrillard, Klaus Theleweit and Marshall McLuhan. According to ADILKNO, "certain historical figures have found their natural habitat in vague media: Mao, Gysin, Manson, Reich, Jesus, Debord, Meinhof, Fromm, Hitler, Hendrix, Castanade, Goldman, Marley, Pippi Longstocking." . Other aspects that are interceding in the essays are surveillance, pop music, cinema, video, drugs, billboards and other forms of labeling.< Less
Social Media By Kaban Nalan
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Reflections of the Media By Cherry Street Publications
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Reflections of the Media archives the chronology of the media, from the first manifestations of primitive anthropogenic communication on cave walls, to the presupposed actualization of a greater than... More > human super-intelligence, realizing a technological singularity. Reflections of the Media is an archaeological investigation through the eons of human existence aimed at discovering the origins of the media and their impact on civilizations of both antiquity and modernity. Through accounts of ancient inceptions of mass media, the five major media revolutions (print, film, radio, television, and personal computing), and the controversial highlight of a technological singularity, Reflections of the Media investigates the formulation of mass media as both a truthful and deceptive force, offering a dialectical conversation in the discourse of critical media theory.< Less