This chapter contrasts to supply a panorama of the consequences of digitization in six of the main communication and contemporary culture sectors: music, publishing, cinema and video, photography, TV and radio. It explores specific intermedia trajectories, to gain an understanding of the consequences of digital technologies in a range of media sectors. The chapter analyzes to what extent digitization has represented, as it frequently led to believe, a "disruptive revolution" or rather continuity with the analog past. It enables us to highlight the fact that devices, markets, aesthetics and media practices previously differentiated in specific media sectors have interwoven in the digitization process. The chapter adopts the term intermediality to describe a fundamentally important media change under the promptings of digital innovation. The rapidity and scope of the consequences are the reasons on the digitization of analog media starts with music. Music was probably the earliest analog media sector to experience the consequences of the digitization process.