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Media richness theory , sometimes referred to as information richness theory , is a framework to describe a communications medium by its ability to reproduce the information sent over it. It was developed by Richard L. Daft and Robert H. Lengel, and is used to rank and evaluate the richness of certain communication mediums, such as phone calls , video conferencing , and email . For example, a phone call can not reproduce visual social cues such as gestures , so it is a less rich communication medium than video conferencing , which allows users to communicate gestures to some extent. Specifically, media richness theory states that the more ambiguous and uncertain a task is, the richer the format of media that suits it.
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