This article was originally published on Oct. 1, 2018, and updated on April 21, 2021.
It might be hard to believe, but people used to have a limited amount of sources and channels from which to get their information and entertainment. They’d get their news from the daily paper, they’d get their entertainment from the radio or TV, and they’d get their local gossip at the barbershop or salon.
Back then, people relied on — and trusted — the information they received from these dedicated, but limited, resources. However, the technological barriers to creating and disseminating content that made yesteryears possible are no longer the case.
That paradigm has shifted dramatically over the last decade, and more people than ever are creating, sharing and engaging with content across the endless spectrum of mediums.
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