Revolusi Nirkabel dan Akses Universal Media Penyiaran dalam Lingkup Konvergensi

  • Tommy Satriadi Nur Arifin Universitas Widya Mataram

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to discuss media convergence as the development of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). This study uses a historical perspective which is the first media age with the broadcast pattern and the second media age with interactivity patterns. Results of research Broadcast media that use radio frequency transmission can now be accessed through an Internet connection as streaming media. In conclusion, the public can access radio and television through an internet connection and reduce the need for these devices, using an internet connection when it is available for the network to access broadcasts.

Keywords: Convergence, Broadcast Media, New Media, Streaming

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2020-06-30
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