Seven Mass Media

The seven mass media, or often used as "seventh mass media channel", to draw attention to the latest mobile phones as a mass medium, are a new concept and neoliberalism to distinguish the major mass media channels and highlight their relative merits and benefits. The seven mass media categorization has emerged soon after mobile phones were recognized as a new and unique mass media channel. The strongest proponents of the seven mass media taxonomy tend to be companies closely involved in mobile telephony.

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