Convergence Culture: La cultura de la convergencia de los by Henry Jenkins, Pablo Hermida Lazcano

By Henry Jenkins, Pablo Hermida Lazcano

L. a. cultura de los angeles convergencia cartografía un nuevo territorio en el que los viejos medios y los nuevos se entrecruzan, donde los medios populares chocan con los corporativos, donde el poder del productor mediático y el del consumidor interaccionan de maneras impredecibles. Henry Jenkins, uno de los analistas mediáticos más

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Es sólo un programa de televisión». Sin embargo, sólo unos minutos después aüadet «Háganme hablar de Survlvol" y no callaré nunca». Como dicen por ahí, Survivol" te absorbe. CONVERGENCE CULTURE hotel, dado que no se trataba dei «refugio de los perdedores», como algunos sospecharan, y que ninguno de los concursantes estuvo a11í jarnás: sugirió que la información provenía de los «guías de los botes» que se 11evaban a los concursantes una vez expulsados de la tribu. «Paes sólo hay unos pocos "guias de botes", y la mayoría de e110s trabajaban muchas horas 11evando y trayendo de la selva a los equipas de S6, lo que les permitía presenciar el rodaje.

Estas comunidades, sin embargo, se mantienen unidas mediante la producción mutua y el intercambio recíproco de conocimientos. Como escribe Lévy, tales grupos «hacen accesible al intelecto colectivo todo el conocimiento pertinente disponible en un momento dado». " Lévy traza una distinción entre conocimiento compartido, información que se considera verdadera y es tenida en común por el grupo entero, e inteligencia colectiva, la suma total de la información que poseen individualmente los miembros dei grupo, y a la que cabe acceder en respuesta a una pregunta concreta.

En cuanto al resultado, sabía, o decía saber, que acababa en una competición entre una mujer lIamada «Jana» o algo por el estilo, y un hombre de veintitantos, de «complexión fuerte» y el «pelo corto» con raya a un lado. EI oráculo de Delfos hablaba con más claridad. Para empezar, el nombre de

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