News Transfer

Different ways that people communicate , with a variety of devices

59 B.C.

Acta Diurna

59 B.C.

Acta Diurna published the first newspaper in Rome - they were carved in metal or stone , posted in public places , it was originally used for the outcomes of trials and legal proceedings , later they were used by emperors to announce royal or senatorial decrees , promoted leaders , it connected citizens to each other , hard to reproduce , didnt really have a environmental impact because stones were common,

1550-1600

Post-Och Inrikes Tidningar

1645

Post-Och Inrikes Tidningar , is publisher in Sweden & is still published today , world oldest newspaper , covered foreign and domestic news but due to later competition it covered announcements financial, legal, and corporate institutions , was a way of explaining to citizens where th eir taxes were going , was the official organ of Swedish Governmentt

1600-1650

Folk Tales

1620

Description:Folktales are a expansive category of oral stories that have been passed along by generations from person to person. They date back to biblical times and have likely changed slightly from person to person. Folktales have been around for a very long time, in fact centuries, and have its preface from around the world.
Pro: it was really the only way people could pass on information to different generations
Con:Most of the stories were change because it was from memory
Political Impact: It spread stories of the american revolution .
Environmental Impact: whe
Social Impact: It spread culture from many different races
Ciatation: http://www.realisticdiplomas.com/The-History-Of-Folktales.aspx

1650-1700

Postal Service

1673

Description:
Pro: a way to send messages between people of long distances
Con: it took a long time to get the information there
Environmental Impact : the grass from the horsses riding the trails were worn down
Economical Impact:
Societal Impact: The people we able to communicate more efficiently from far away distances, rather than from mouth to ear
Poli.Im: it connected the early colonies back to the mother country , when they depended on them.
Citation: http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/blmailus1.htmddddddd

Publick Occurrences

1690

1st newspaper published in America , called Publick Occurences , its lasted only one edition because Benjamin Harris didn't get official permission and on top of that he printed it for the colonies , and the colonial officials neither approved of it and the were disturbed , printed by Richard Pierce

1750-1800

Public Library

1790

Desciption: Where books were open for the public to see. In the beginning books you were not allowed to check out books , because they were chained to the desk. After a while they invented the library card where you were able to check out books and bring the back at no cost.
Environmental Impact : A Lot Of Trees Were Taken Away Because Of All The Books.
Political Impact: You can learn about they history of our presidents and government
Pro: You can expand you knowledge
Con:

Ciatation: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_library#History

1850-1900

Braille

1825

Description: It was invented by Louis Braille, a blind frenchman that was deprived from his sight from an accident at age 3. it is a system that is used widely by blind people to read.
Pro:It provided a way of reading for the disabled
Con: Hard to learn and understand
Environmental Impact:
Economical Impact:
Societal Impact: it connected people with disabilties to each other
Political Impact: Blind people have information of what is going on in the government
Citation: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille & http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/blbraille.htm

Liberator

1831

Famous abolitionist newspapers , the Liberator by William Lloyd Garrison
*des- anti-slavery newspaper , which advocated the the immediate emancipation of all slaves
*pro-helped organized the the New England anti-slavery society
*con-unpopular because of the beliefs

*s.im-there were less than 400 subscriptions in the 2nd year because it didnt even appeal to the northerners against slavery
*p.im-Supported people that wanted to free slaves ,

News paper ads

1850

Description: Emergence of Advertising in America provides access to eleven collections of advertising material. The largest contains over thirty-five hundred images of advertising ephemera, such as trade cards, calendars, And postcards. The collections can be browsed. One might start with carriages and buggies, move on to bicycles, and then examine automobile items. The contacts of other categories range from fifty books on advertising to 564 photos of billboards and other outdoor ads, drawn from Duke's collection of over thirty-five thousand pictures.
Pro: Get ads faster, Your can use them to distribute reader response items.
Con: A waste of trees, uses a lot of good source full power

Environmental Impact: The act of cutting down trees.
Economical Impact: Advertised products
Societal Impact: Spread information on great deals
Political Impact: More items bought

Radar

1886

Description: The radar was first created by a man name Heinrich Hertz in his own lab, he made what he called "Hertzian waves" later called "radio waves" at first he used the waves to bounce off walls and recieve distance, later it came into use with radios/walkytalkies
Pro: Fastest form of transportation in the time.
Con: Most messages were distorted.
Environmental Impact: Newspapers were obsolete
Economical Impact: Newspapers were less abundant
Societal Impact: Got news and national information out throughout the country.
Political Impact:Presidents could give live debates.
Citations: http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/blradar.ht

Holograms

2008

Description:President Obama, made an appearance to give a speech. This would be like no other speech, He would show up but still not be there, he was a hologram. Now in Japan they are making phones that can produce holograms using lasers.
Pro:Receive information like your actually face to face.
Con: Complex to make
Environmental Impact: Holographic paper
Economical Impact: Less money spent on traveling
Societal Impact: Face to Face across the world
Political Impact:Obama speech
Citations: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2438590/posts

1900-1950

Trans-Atlantic Radio Communication Service

1902

The Trans-Atlantic Radio Communication Service started with the discovery of radio waves. They are electromagnetic waves that have the capacity to transmit speech and other invisibility through the air, it was was invented by Gueglielmo Marconi
Pros: It also provided communication for rescue work when a sea disaster occurred. It also allowed an escaped british murderer to be apprehended on the high seas.
Environmental Impact: It was used to speed the notice of weather conditions.
Economical Impact: Was used for ship to ship communication and for trading materials.
Socie.Im:
Poli.Im: It carried an exchange of greetings between President Theodore Roosevelt and King Edward VII
http://inventors.about.com/od/rstartinventions/a/radio.htm

Television

1920

description:Transmetting and receving moving images that can be monochorome
pro:Find out information
con:Sends off to much power sources
environmental impact:People found source full information publicly
economical impact: Earned millions of dollars
societal impact:More econemy information was created
political impact:It lets people know what is going on
citations

Cellphone

1930

Description:Cellphones changed all generations, from the first bulky cellphones that were up to 7$ a minute to these new slim ones that have cheap monthly plans, from the first calls to the new texts.
Pro: Public communication
Con: Bulky and expensive
Environmental Impact: Towers built
Economical Impact: 7$ a minute for a phone call
Societal Impact: Connected people without having to be near the home phone.
Political Impact: Didn't really effect politics
Citations: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_mobile_phones

FM/Broadcast Radio

1933

Description: It was patented by Edwin H. Armstromg and used frequency modulation of the radio wave to mininize static and inteference from electrical equipment and the atmosphere. The first experimental FM radio staion was granted a constuction permit by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission and provides high-fedelity sound over broadcast radio
pro: It provides the world with entertainment such as interviews, talk shows, and music.
cons: It can sometimes can be the start of arguments and spreads rumors
En.Im:
Eco.im: There was less money spent on newspapers because they can get their information from there instead.
Socie.Im: It can spread culture from all of the different types of music that it offers.
Poli.Im: Able to tell people news from the president or what’s going on in our government
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page

Commercials

1942

Description: Commercials have brought us multiple things, such as knowledge of the common world. Commercials also helped entrepreneurs get there invention or food chain out to the public.

Pro: Funded companies

Con: Commercials usually advertise unhealthy things.

Environmental Impact: Advertisements were now broadcasted instead of being printed

Economical Impact: Funded companies

Societal Impact: Made trends

Political Impact: Made the first nation wide broadcasts, including
slanderous advertisements.

Citations (Copy and Paste Links):http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Television_advertisement

1950-2000

Satellite

1957

Description: In 1957 the Russians launched the first satellite ever, The Sputnik 1, which orbited earth for three months, a month later the Sputnik 2 was launched into orbit. HTe first communications satellite was launched on December 18th, 1958, which broadcasted a Christmas message from President Eisenhower.
Pro: Communication throughout the world, and at a decent speed.
Con: Big and can have trouble staying in orbit.
Environmental Impact: Lots of metal materials used
Economical Impact: Television stations pay a lot for these
Societal Impact: Provides TV and Radio
Political Impact: Broadcasts go too foreign countries
Citations: http://iml.jou.ufl.edu/projects/fall99/coffey/history.htm

Internet

1960

Description:The internet was first created in the 60's commissioned by the US. gov. in collaboration with private commercial interests to build robust, fault-torrent, and distributed computer networks. The internet than began to expand and create a huge network of information and entertainment.
Pro: Brings information to your front door
Con: Not all information is true.
Environmental Impact: Saved paper
Economical Impact: Funded businesses through advertisement.
Societal Impact: Connected people on a wide level
Political Impact: Helped promote and demote world leaders
Citations: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet

Bluetooth

1999

Description: It was used for the use of low-power radio communications to wirelessly link phones, cpu and other network devices over short distances.
Pro: Helps NFL players communicate to the coaches
Con: Can Cause Brain Damage
Environmental Impact: Did not effect the environment
Economical Impact: None
Societal Impact:It provided another way of communication.
Political Impact: Could now contact the president
Citations: http://www.gsmfavorites.com/documents/bluetooth/history/http://compnetworking.about.com/cs/bluetooth/g/bldef_bluetooth.htm

2000-Present

3G Cellphone

2002

Description:The 3G phone allowed a lot more than just a phone call, it was the first phone that could SMS text, not only that but some offered internet and e-mail access. Some could even stream TV.
Pro: Obtain news away from home.
Con: Took lots of time to load webpages and was unreliable.
Environmental Impact: Destroyed biomes to make 3G towers.
Economical Impact: Cell phone companies made large profits off new phones.
Societal Impact: Connected people through text.
Political Impact: News available anywhere, including political
Citations: http://www.tech-faq.com/history-of-cell-phones.html

I-Pad

2010

Description: I Pad is one of the first mobile computers ever created. It is the successor to the I pod due to its wide assort of uses.
Pro: Mobile Computer, fast
Con: Large
Environmental Impact: Saves paper
Economical Impact: As of June 25, 2011 28,73 million unit sold
Societal Impact: Connects even more people than before
Political Impact: Mobile internet.
Citations: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPad

1050 B.C.

Phoenician Alphabet

1050

desc: it was a non-pictographic consonantal alphabet , it was used for the writing of phonecian, its records on consonantal sounds , the direction of the writing was right to left
Pro: became one if the most widely used writing systems
Con: it wasn’t really learned by people of the lower class
En.Im:
Eco.Im: it expanded trade
Socie.Im: it was assimilated by many other cultures and evolved
Poli.Im: royalty used writing as an instrument of power to control acess to information by the larger population
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phoenician_alphabet
http://www.omniglot.com/writing/phoenician.htm

1500

Sign Language

1500 B.C.

Description: Sign language is a language that uses visually transmitted sign patterns to transfer meaning They also combine hand shapes, orientation and movement of the hands, arms or body, and facial expressions for understanding
Pro: Help people that can't speak communicate.
Con: It takes time to learn
Environmental Impact: Using this language you don't have to use paper
Political Impact: It helps people at political events help them understand what s going on
Ciatation:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sign_language