- developing forms of media, usually electronic, regarded as being experimental.
Origin of new media
First recorded in 1990–95
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Examples from the Web for new media
His highest-profile attempt at the new-media market was the purchase of MySpace for $580 million in 2005.Rupert Murdoch Invests in Edgy Upstart Media Company Vice
August 19, 2013
For all his new-media cool, at bottom Hadley is an old-school relationship executive.Microsoft's Mr. Fun
December 5, 2010
He also writes the new-media column for the Guardian in London.The United State of Google: Geeks Rule
January 29, 2009
Well, Princess was actually shot in a new-media way, which I did even before I knew where I would be releasing it.
Now Wang is enjoying a third act, this time as a new-media frontiersman.
- the internet and other postindustrial forms of telecommunication
- (as modifier)the new-media industry