Migrant people move within a public and interconnected space that is redefined precisely by the new technologies that represent their economic-social condition and give meaning to their mobility, they create the unpublished condi-tions for forms of experimentation identity, favor the exper-imentation of new forms of media-action and intercultural sensitivity between migrant and host soci-ety, between social and virtual spaces. In the context of migration, the journalism, in particular, has succumbed over time to the transformative and distorting effects of entertainment, building narratives that oscillate between fiction and reality, aspects Università degli Studi di Macerata. email@example.com.
that increasingly highlight the presence of a media and information subculture. Thus the need to go "beyond" the mediation and mediation phase is thus pro-posed, thus introducing the concept of media-action: the full action of the media as "demarcation action", the meeting point between the mediated representation of the world and the real world, between world and everyday life, between the public and the private, between thought and action, between speech and judgment. Valuing identities and differences between individuals is only possible through cor-rect information, comparison and exchange with the Other, opportunities for learning and intercultural encounters.
Keywords: Digital media; intercultural journalism; immigration; mediapolis; multiculturalism.