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The global communication industries have undergone a structural transformation in the early twenty-first century. This chapter discusses the recent trend of media deconvergence and it documents this dramatic change in the global communication industries. It investigates the ways in which global media corporations have changed and developed the business paradigm and its implications in the global media markets. The major characteristics of media deconvergence, which has become a new trend in the media industries, are then mapped out. This contextualization of the recent developments of media deconvergence is expected to shed light on the debates on the fall of media convergence and the emergence of media deconvergence as a new business model.
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