What happens to the legacy of the Mass Media?
The legacy of mass media is being shaped by an evolving world of technology and social media, with many of the people whose work remains important to the public still not familiar with it.
The media have played a key role in shaping our lives in a way that we have no control over, with their stories and their personalities having an impact on our daily lives.
In the past, the media have been seen as a force of good, serving the public interest, with the power to shape the news and shape how people perceived the world around them.
However, since the 1980s, the role of the media in our lives has been shaped by a growing focus on technology and a widening gap between the public and those in power.
Technology has allowed the media to transform their work in many ways, from what they write to how they present the news to how people interact with the news.
In the US, for example, the proliferation of social media has led to a shift in how the media has sought to inform the public, with journalists and analysts focusing on the issues and their impacts rather than just the people who are writing the stories.
The impact of this has been felt on the lives of the many people whose works have influenced our daily life.
For example, a growing number of people are becoming aware of the way in which mass media have become a tool for political manipulation and control.
As part of a research project at the University of Toronto, I have been researching the ways in which the media, and particularly the mass media, are being manipulated and misused in a global context.
Over the past year, I found that there is a widespread concern about what the media are doing and how they are being used.
We have been seeing an explosion of fake news and fake news is being used by the media.
As part of this research, I conducted interviews with journalists, academics and citizens to explore the ways they are seeing and reporting the news differently than they would like to.
In this, I wanted to look at the ways that mass media are being shaped, and how their stories are being distorted and misreported.
This research is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the ways media stories are manipulated or misreported, but instead seeks to give some of the ways the media’s work is being altered and misappropriated.
This project has revealed that the media is often working with government, corporations and political institutions to manipulate and distort the public narrative.
The news media, in particular, are working with governments and corporations to control the flow of information, and to present false narratives in order to advance their own agendas.
Media organisations are also being influenced by political organisations to present the public’s views in ways that are not consistent with the facts.
This is where the media comes in.
It has the ability to create narratives, and is a powerful tool for the powerful to manipulate the public.
For example, in the United States, the mainstream media have relied heavily on the information provided by the conservative Heritage Foundation to inform their reporting of the 2016 election, which in turn led to the creation of the Trump-Russia conspiracy theory.
The mainstream media and the Trump administration have been accused of trying to influence the 2016 presidential election through propaganda and fake stories.
Despite these attacks, the Heritage Foundation has continued to report on the 2016 US election.
This article is part of the work I have done at the Media Research Center (MRC), which aims to highlight the role the media play in shaping the way people understand the world and how people use information.
The Media Research Centre is a non-partisan organisation, funded by grants from the Pulitzer Center, the MacArthur Foundation and the Ford Foundation, as well as from the Canadian government.
The MRC is an independent, nonprofit organisation, independent of the major media.
Its mandate is to explore media and media studies, media history, and media literacy.
Its mission is to create and disseminate information on the media and its influence on society.