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Mashup may refer to:
- Mashup (digital), a digital media file containing any or all of text, graphics, audio, video, and animation, which recombines and modifies existing digital works to create a derivative work
- Mashup (music), the musical genre encompassing songs which consist entirely of parts of other songs
- Mashup (video), a video that is edited from more than one source to appear as one
- Mashup (book), a book which combines a pre-existing text, often a classic work of fiction, with a certain popular genre such as vampire or zombie narratives
- Mashup (web application hybrid), a web application that combines data and/or functionality from more than one source
- Mash-Up (Glee), a musical theater performance composed of integrated segments from other performances as popularized by the American television series Glee
- Mash Up (TV series), a television show on Comedy Central starring T.J. Miller.
- Lotus Mashups, a Business Mashups editor developed and distributed by IBM as part of the IBM Mashup Center system
- Band Mashups, the former name of the video game Battle of the Bands
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