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Cross-Media Communications by Drew Davidson et al.

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Cross-Media Communications
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Publisher: Carnegie Mellon University
ISBN/ASIN: 0557285658
ISBN-13: 9780557285655
Number of pages: 294

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This text is an introduction to the future of mass media and mass communications - cross-media communications. Cross-media is explained through the presentation and analysis of contemporary examples and project-based tutorials in cross-media development.

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