Internationally there is a growing phenomenon of ‘converging cultures’ as a product of globalization and its dependence on global media technology for communication. While many people view globalized media technology as a “converging technology for converging people”; for many others the lack of access to advanced technology has created virtual borders and a cultural divide. This in turn raises critical questions about how digital media technologies engage global politics, economies and cultures.
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 Luksch, Manu. Streaming Media: Virtual Borders or Digital Divide? http://culturebase.debalie.nl/artikel.jsp?articleid=9424