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Comparative analysis for assignment 3 - comparing the website memegenerator.net and buzzfeed

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Digital media World Wide Web Collective intelligence Internet culture Cyberspace Internet memes Blogs BuzzFeed Citizen media User-generated content Produsage Viral phenomenon
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Digital media World Wide Web Collective intelligence Internet culture Cyberspace Internet memes Blogs BuzzFeed Citizen media User-generated content Produsage Viral phenomenon
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Many traditional forms of communication have made a shift from print to screens in an attempt to keep up. Buzzfeed and Memegenerator.net are two examples of media platforms that cater to the public’s need for communication and information. Each created to satisfy media consumer’s specific need for content. The purpose of this essay is to compare the websites Memegenerator.net and Buzzfeed and to examine how their content is produced, distributed and interpreted. This essay will also consider the traditional media concepts of ethics, authorship and copyright as they pertain to digital media. Buzzfeed has been described as “a cross-­‐platform, global network for news and entertainment that generates seven billion views each month (Buzzfeed,2016).” Formed in 2006 with the purpose of tracking viral content ...
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