Technology guided by evolving channels of information

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Media is going through a time of huge transformation that is driven by technology and social change. Media channels are becoming more divided and the consumer feels more entitled to receiving information that is pertinent to their interests and views. Media companies that decide to embrace these new technologies will position themselves above the curve and prosper in this new wave of how information is shared.

Advertisements and subscriptions have made this new method of distribution profitable, but companies are always looking for customized ways to make money off their product, and the media industry is no different.

How Mindgrub can help

The Smithsonian, now a 180 year old institution, needed an updated website with which they could fulfill their originator’s wish, that of James Smithson, to “increase and [promote] diffusion of knowledge among men." Mindgrub was able to provide the Smithsonian with an updated website with a responsive web design and increased clickability. These additions were put in place to promote user-friendliness and further the atmosphere of learning that the Smithsonian strives to provide.

More about Media Technology

YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook, products of the Digital Revolution, have significantly changed the world by dramatically improving the old forms of communication. Essentially all aspects of communication within and between businesses are now done via technology, and large upgrades in the speed and effectivity of those channels of information can be readily seen.

As media and technology have merged together, companies are no longer limited to printers or fax machines in their attempt to distribute information. Emerging changes and advances in technology have enabled people to stay connected and share information, photos and conversations in real time.

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