Given the lingering predominance of image over sound in the general media landscape, this article examines the implications of technological convergence related to the listening habit and the basis of 'own sound personality'. This research, where participates 521 spanish university students, has rediscovered gratification by individual access to the sound and reveals the main role that laptop and mobile phones play in an environment of, that in here is called the digital sonosphere, in which radio music prevails over any other audio content. © 2014 Communication & Society.
|Journal||Communication and Society|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2014|