Media shock

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When I was working weekends at the School of Journalism at Penn State, journalist-wannabes would check out Advertising Age,

Christian Science Monitor, and of course, the New York Times.

And everyone read the campus paper.

They even showed Deep Throat on campus (organized by the Student Association).

Such was the time.

We all lined up with our punch cards in hand to get to the (mainframe) computer lab (2 computers per 30,000 students).

And I was quite privy to take my singing group into the Agricultural TV studio over the weekend to film my “YouTube” version.

According to the latest issue of the Economist, television is still having a steady market shares in sports and major events.

Print media of course doesn’t fare well.

Everybody is trying to monetize the online version which so far contributes to the demise of its print division.

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