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As a content consumer, I love New Media for everything that it is, which is an endless information source for content consumption. Anyone from anywhere who is interested in anything can find it New Media. It’s really just a limitless, almost infinite, source.
If you like mainstream music or even the weirdest kind of genre, you can definitely find it in New Media. If you like politics (from the local comical kind to the most complicated American kind), you can definitely find it in New Media. If you like alternative sports like BMX, skateboarding or body mutilation, you can definitely find it in New Media.
I can go on and on harping about the wholesome goodness of New Media as compared to traditional and conventional media. But hear me out now. [Click to read the full article at The Malaysian Insider.]