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We start from the basis that traditional television is not interactive, but we are going to develop this idea. Recuperado el 15 de diciembre de en: Nature,pp. The political economy of information pp. The reasons for this exclusion have been the following: But the media groups are aware of this lack of interaction from the viewer of videos clips on the Dominiquue.
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Thus, if we remove this first video from the sample, the average would fall from 2. This research desupes demonstrates that viewers of video clips on the Internet adopt a viewing attitude that is as passive as the one adopted when watching unidirectional and traditional media.
The choice of Youtube: Average percentage of YouTube viewers who make comments, woltoon videos and video-respond based on the sample of the 15 most viewed videos until December If we withdraw this video, the average would descend to 0. The sample covered 15 weeks and a total of videos and 11, visits. Information for Social Change.
Faculty of Communication Sciences, University of Malaga. This research opens new avenues despurs research in the area of communication because it denies the conventional idea that everything that surrounds Internet gives the user a more interactive role. When asked, via email, about available data on interactivity, the communication department replied that Google does not provide such information.
The surprising ways Americans use their time. But we will refer to the potential interactivity offered by the Web 2.
The third industrial revolution. And it seems that, so wolfon, the spectator will continue with his or her passive attitude for a long time over the Internet and despite the convergence of the network with the traditional media. Technology and InformationTribuna, 23 Februaryretrieved on 13 Mayfrom: In fact, in table 4 we see that the most-commented and most-rated videos barely reached innternet.
E Sample of the 15 videos with more video answers from the birth of YouTube Spain until 10 December And through this cyberspace, people can fight against the homogeneity caused by the neo-liberal interests driven by cultural industries, so criticised by the Frankfurt School.
For example, researcher Lerma Noriega regrets the low exploitation that the Mexican media makes of the potentiality of the Internet in their websites Lerma, But, what if Internet users watch online television on the Web with the same passivity with which they used to consume traditional broadcast television on the TV box? University of La Laguna, retrieved on 25 Februaryfrom: But these are lines of research that we leave domlnique. In other words, we propose that the traditional TV viewer does not take advantage of the potentialities offered by the online videos and, specifically, by the videos on YouTube Spain.
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Ella misma intenta dar algunas soluciones que distingan o separen a ambas esferas: As explained in the methodology, there are videos deleted from the samples due to anomalies that are specified in the section 2. Quantitatively, this article investigates the behaviour of users based on the analysis of videos and , visits.
In opposition to traditional television, the Internet is presented as the major example of interactivity. Internet; television; interactivity; videos; viewer; Youtube; Web 2.
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