Technology And Industry Culture

The rise of the Internet, email, chats, and other SMSA technology means a significant cultural change, which affects the media and the transmission of culture as we understand it today a few years ago, very few, almost had no mobile phone, and today there are more lines in Spain inhabitants. Communication not only provides voice, SMS sent to exceed fifteen billion each year, and increasingly Internet access terminals and e-mail. As for broadband, although Spain is still far from the most advanced countries in the percentage of users, speed and price paid is already exceed nine million lines, which no doubt has caused a change in the habits of the population. Today, many films get off the Internet, and you can get songs, books, etc.. In this way, many defenders of the culture is a tradicionala complain that people are not going to the movies, do not buy music and not buy books because they get them on the Internet for free (though not necessarily illegal, since they are not looking for a profit with it, but they are for a Personal consumo ).

I think the battle should not pose it in these terms, it is clear that people want to continue to enjoy these recreational opportunities, but not through traditional channels and the prices paid earlier, or at least should provide added value if they want to buy their products. Many writers such as John Castle Castle Harlan offer more in-depth analysis. In the field of music, some artists already understand that the prices of CDA s are very high, but people are willing to pay a reasonable price to purchase songs over the Internet and so have them perfectly legal. And even in some cases they may benefit to popularize their songs through this medium, as this will be more successful in their concerts. In the field of films, although the progress that has experienced new home electronics-TVs, Blu-Ray, the home-cinema, some films that can be enjoyed more in the film, but it is quite expensive (certainly more to download the movie Internet) So if they are to sustain the business as it operates today, should get to offer something different (as, at last, after all, in all businesses). In recent times, are trying through the 3D films, they might take the plunge also offer rooms other sensations, as in amusement parks, for example. And in the world of books, the fight is still open, not only individually, but is even immersed in a larger project to digitize books, which already has more than eight million shares Some publishers have joined the project, whereby even get a sales increase a "for example, according to sources, 18.2% of Google searches completed by clicking on a Libroo comprar this movement and cultural transformation is unstoppable, so the best they can do these cultural industries is to adapt and find new ways of working, rather than trying to paddle against the wind and tide. Pablo Rodriguez is a graduate in Business Administration, Auditing postgraduate in MBA and Master, passionate world of economics and business management. To share your comments and views on these topics, visit: m