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transferring files) Punched card and


Live Streaming paper tape
1996 (RTP 1725/1846
protocol) Phonograph
Display and output cylinder and disk
1857–1958
Information Film 1876–1889
Processing 1940s
Magnetic storage
(Term)
1898–2003
Galvanometer 18
RAM 1941–current
Telegraph Sounder
Barcodes
1844
1952/1973 (UPC)
Telephone Receiver
Laser Disc
1849–1877
1969–1978
Light red 1801–1883
Compact Disc/DVD
Neon 1893–1902 1982/1993–current
Teleprinter 1910 Content formats
CRT 1922
Content (media)
Radio/television tuner
1894–1927 1877–current
Speaker/Headphones Audio recording
1877–current
1876–1928/1930s
LED/LCD Video recording
1952–current
1955–1962/1968
Digital file formats
Laser light show
1970s Database content
Computer Monitor and formats 1963–
current
1950s/1976 (for PCs)
Large Electronic Interactivity
Display 1985 Control panel
HDTV 1936 (Term) Input device
1990s (Standards)
Game controller
HMD 1968–current
Handheld
Wired glove
Brain–computer
interface (BCI)

Uses
Electronic media are ubiquitous in most of the developed world. Electronic media devices have found their way
into all parts of modern life. The term is relevant to media ecology for studying its impact compared to printed
media and broadening the scope of understanding media beyond a simplistic aspect of media such as one delivery
platform (e.g. the World Wide Web) aside from many other options. The term is also relevant to professional
career development regarding related skill set.

Primary uses

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