OK so we finally got around to adding an entry into Wikipedia for the term Pre-media; amazing that it wasn’t there in the first place since just about every other term relating to our industry is. Just goes to show how young it is!
Watching our Google Alerts increase for the term Pre-media, we realised that Pre-media had not been defined in the global key community reference website Wikipedia. So using our own definition we have entered a reference for this important industry term and we would be interested to see if anyone has anything to add to our description. Remember that Wikipedia is a site driven entirely by the online community and so you are free to log on to the site and adapt and add to our entry as you see fit.
We kind of feel that we have covered all bases for now. But, since Pre-media is still a relatively young word, maybe there is more to be added (?). Without a doubt the term will need to be adapted and changed as the world of Pre-media flexes and expands to embrace new media output channels. It will certainly be interesting to watch this happen.
So head on over to Wikipedia and see if you have anything to add, edit or reword. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Premedia
Author: Gary George
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