Georgia Tech is out with what it says will be an annual look at trends in how media content is created and distributed.

FutureMedia Outlook is a multimedia publication that watches six trends in information collection and dissemination, the school said. It debuted on the first day of Georgia Tech’s Futuremedia Fest. The four-day event is being put on by the university’s FutureMedia Initiative, part of the Georgia Tech Research Institute.

In announcing the Outlook, the school said it looks at six "megatrends that will have pervasive impact on the future of media." The school titles those, "Data Tsunami, True Personalization, Content Integrity, Multimedia Assumed, Mixed Reality and Collaboration." It also has an opinion poll.

The new publication is available as an interactive publication on iPhone, Android and other smartphones, as well as Apple’s iPad, and is also accessible via the , Georgia Tech said.

“Breakthrough research, innovation and collaboration with our partners has given us a rich and pragmatic basis from which to formulate the first annual FutureMedia Outlook,” said Renu Kulkarni, executive director of FutureMedia at Georgia Tech. “Digital, social, mobile and multimedia are fundamentally changing business models and transforming how we communicate, both as individuals and organizations. We will all need to be innovators, developers and disrupters in order to seize the endless opportunities that await us all.”

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