INFO-COMMUNICATIONAL CONCENTRATION IN LATIN AMERICA (2000-2015)> NEW MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGIES, FEWER ACTORS

LA CONCENTRACIÓN INFOCOMUNICACIONAL EN AMÉRICA LATINA (2000-2015). NUEVOS MEDIOS Y TECNOLOGÍAS, MENOS ACTORES

LA CONCENTRACIÓN INFOCOMUNICACIONAL EN AMÉRICA LATINA (2000-2015). NUEVOS MEDIOS Y TECNOLOGÍAS, MENOS ACTORES

INFO-COMMUNICATIONAL CONCENTRATION IN LATIN AMERICA (2000-2015)> NEW MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGIES, FEWER ACTORS

LA CONCENTRACIÓN INFOCOMUNICACIONAL EN AMÉRICA LATINA (2000-2015). NUEVOS MEDIOS Y TECNOLOGÍAS, MENOS ACTORES

During the first 15 years of the 21st century, new media and new technologies radically changed the way in which Latin America informs, entertains and communicates. The digital revolution was accompanied by the expectations to open communications to new actors and a great diversity of flow and content. However, the levels of concentration of info-communicational activities have grown in the last years, as it is shown and analysed in the present research. This book explores the main changes in the structuring of a central area for democratic coexistence, circulation of culture, socialization and new economy. This is part of a series of previous studies done by doctors in communication, university teachers and researchers of the CONICET for Universidad Nacional de Quilmes and OBSERVACOM (Observatorio Latinoamericano de Regulación, Medios y Convergencia).

  • INFO-COMMUNICATIONAL CONCENTRATION IN LATIN AMERICA (2000-2015)> NEW MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGIES, FEWER ACTORS
  • Guillermo Mastrini , Martín Becerra
  • Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
  • Available Worldwide
  • Spanish
  • Printed, Electronic
    • 978-9875-584-64-8
  • No
    • Cristian Guanes
    • cristian.guanes@unq.edu.ar
    • +54 (11) 4365–7184