A media gatekeeper is a journalist or editor who is tasked with the responsibility of filtering information before it is published, broadcast or posted on the Web. Originally, the job of the media gatekeeper was mainly f... More »

The term "the media" is thrown around a lot but is very important to the world, as it exists to tie the human race together and keep people across the globe up to date. There are several different aspects of the media, i... More »

Media literacy is the process of evaluating, analyzing, accessing and creating media by using critical thinking about the messages received. When people are media literate, they can understand and decipher fact from fict... More »

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According to Facebook, "following" describes a social media relationship that determines the information that generates on a person's news feed. Following occurs when one becomes friends with another individual on Facebo... More »

Examples of cyberbullying include posting derogatory and untruthful information about someone on social media sites, sending threatening electronic messages, hacking into online accounts to impersonate someone, and trick... More »

Social media is a two-way form of communication that allows users to interact with the information being transmitted. Social media encompasses a wide variety of online content, from social networking sites like Facebook ... More »

Social media marketing refers to advertising that is posted or streamed on social media websites or applications. For example, a user sees advertisements or sponsored ads in his personal Facebook feed. More »

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