Peter Hirshberg has over 25 years experience managing communication companies. What’s his perception of the change that the Internet has brought about in this market?
In his article for the book “Ch@nge” he examines how the role of the information consumer, who is now a co-creator, has changed. But more deeply, our way of communicating has also changed the way we enjoy our free time.
In the age of the Internet and communication, Hirshberg proposes an interesting reflection: how do we disconnect in the age of constant communication? Find out by reading his full article: “First the Media, Then Us: How the Internet Changed the Fundamental Nature of the Communication and Its Relationship with the Audience”.