With the concept of the digitization of media content being an example of convergence, I feel that Snapchat Discover falls into the category as an appropriate example. Snapchat Discover brings together media from all kinds of sources including People magazine, Buzzfeed, Vice, Comedy Central, MTV, National Geographic, and Food Network. These range from media that originated as magazines, websites and television shows. Now, they have been collided into one location as a platform to “discover” all kinds of information. This ranges from entertainment, to education, to news. Each page utilizes graphics, video clips and readable articles to engage the user. Not only that, but there is an added interaction element to this media in that users are not passively viewing these discover pages, but also have the ability to hold down, edit, snap and send to fellow users. This creates an element of convergence where users are able to socially interact, but also advertise for these companies. Often times, the brands that have a main role as a television network will show clips of some of their shows on Snapchat, discreetly function as a form of advertisement, rather than having people passively watch a commercial on television. As a whole, Snapchat has effectively converged media from magazines, news and television to provide easy access to users, and advertisement to media businesses.