Definitions

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  • noun The relationship between the world and the media and the way they each influence one another.

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Examples

  • This is more than just photo editing, it is multi-platform mediamaking.

    2010 March | Tomorrow Museum

  • This is more than just photo editing, it is multi-platform mediamaking.

    The Editor and the Curator (Or the Context Analyst and the Media Synesthete) | Tomorrow Museum

  • His teaching and research interests include: ethnographic methods in media analysis, the impact of mass media on urban life, mediamaking as a form of community-building and proselytizing among religious organizations, and globalization and the remaking of ethnic / racial diasporas.

    HLS News

  • Alas, the head programmer at Sundance, a name synonymous with independent mediamaking and success, was leaving after twenty years.

    News

  • It's a chronic problem, but it's getting worse as mediamaking becomes more ubiquitous and as media use in classrooms becomes ever more common.

    Echoplex Park Video Podcast

  • It's a chronic problem, but it's getting worse as mediamaking becomes more ubiquitous and as media use in classrooms becomes ever more common.

    Echoplex Park Video Podcast

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