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Media Innovations. A Multidisciplinary Study of Change

Edited book
Authors Ulla Carlsson
Arne Krumsvik
Tanja Storsul
ISBN 978-91-86523-65-7
Publisher Nordicom
Place of publication Göteborg
Publication year 2013
Published at Nordicom (2013-)
Language en
Keywords Media Innovation, media products, distribution of media, innovation theory, media development.
Subject categories Media and Communications

Abstract

Innovation is about change, and media products and services are changing. The processes of production and distribution of media are changing. The ownership and financing of media are changing. The roles of users are changing. And our ideas about media are changing. This book argues that innovation theory provides better tools for media researchers who wish to understand and explain current developments in the media landscape – tools that not only allow them to see completely new things, but also to investigate aspects of new media that would otherwise not be as accessible. The various chapters of the book present selected studies that together illustrate how a more explicit focus on innovation and innovation theory can provide new insights into and generates knowledge about how media innovations develop, the sociocultural conditions of such innovations, the role of technology, and power relations in media developments. Lucy Küng: Innovation, Technology and Organisational Change. Legacy Media’s Big Challenges. An Introduction. Tanja Storsul, Arne H. Krumsvik: What is Media Innovation? I. Concepts. Leyla Dogruel: Opening the Black Box. The Conceptualising of Media Innovation, Steen Steensen: Balancing the Bias. The Need for Counter-Discursive Perspectives in Media Innovation Research, Gunnar Liestøl: Topics of Innovation. Towards a Method of Invention and Innovation in Digital Media Design, II. Structure and Management. Sabine Baumann: Adapting to the Brave New World. Innovative Organisational Strategies for Media Companies, Arne H. Krumsvik, Eli Skogerbo, Tanja Storsul: Size, Ownership and Innovation in Newspapers. Gillian Doyle: Innovation in the Use of Digital Infrastructures. TV Scheduling Strategies and Reflections on Public Policy, Sven Lindmark, Heritiana Ranaivoson, Karen Donders, Pieter Ballon: Innovation in Small Regions’ Media Sectors. Assessing the Impact of Policy in Flanders, Stine Lomborg, Rasmus Helles: Privacy in Practice. The Regulation of Personal Data in Denmark and its Implications for New Media Innovation, III. Services and Users: Piet Bakker: Measuring Innovation. Successes and Failures in a Newspaper Market, Charles H. Davis: Audience Value and Transmedia Products, Iris Jennes, Jo Pierson: Innovation in TV Advertising in Flanders, Jérémie Nicey: Between Reactivity and Reactivation. User-generated News Photo Agencies, New Practices and Traditional Processes, Niamh Ní Bhroin: Small Pieces in a Social Innovation Puzzle? Exploring the Motivations of Minority Language Users in Social Media, Jeremy Shtern, Daniel J. Paré, Philippe Ross, Michael Dick: Historiographic Innovation. How the Past Explains the Future of Social Media Services, Kjartan Müller: Innovation and the Genre-Platform Model

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