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1.The core of every company, a tool expressing its value and logic. The notion went mainstream in mid 1990's.
4. A short episode of a TV show especially crafted for small communication devices.
6. A basic human need, an urge especially artists, writers and song writers feel perhaps.
7. This is what sells today, not actual products. Or if you play with fire, you might end up getting this.
8. Consumers today have it; in a democracy there’s an abundance of it; in dictatorships it is non-existent although Sartre claims you always have it.
9. An expression for searching information on the internet and then downloading it for a small fee.
12. Donald Trump is familiar with this word, a synonym to “earning revenue”.
13. This is a very old form of culture, of socializing. It was practiced by the bonfire but also in present computer games.
15. Guideline for how long the video clips for TV, internet and mobile should be.
16. Pleases most folks. An industry on the rise today.
2. Acronyme for media that consumers produce and share.
3. The paradigm numero uno in the media industry still reigns.
5. A TV streaming device allowing you to watch your PVR recordings at home from anywhere in the world.
10. TV as an expression, a concept, is dead. This noun has replaced it and thus widening the scope. Supposedly killed the radio star once.
11. Davenport and Beck claim we live in such an economy. If you devote this to something, you ignore without being rude.
14. An expression for the monitors of television, mobile phones and the computer.