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Habermas, Mouffe and political communication. A case for theoretical eclecticism
(European Institute for Communication and Culture/Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, 2008)
Much of the research on communication and democracy continues to lean on Jürgen Habermas’s work. However, many aspects of his approach have been intensely criticised in recent debates, both in communication studies and ...
Television, Digitalisation and Flow: Questioning the Promises of Viewer Control
(Facultat de Ciències de la Communicació Blanquerna, Universitat Ramon Llull, 2005)
The hype surrounding the marketing of and writing about digital television has, since its advent in the 1990s, focused extensively on freedom and control for the viewer: new technology will render channels superfluous, ...
Nettmedier og offentligheten. Vox Publicas netthøring om NRK-plakaten
Nettutviklingen har åpnet muligheter for en mer mangfoldig offentlighet der flere kan delta. Med utgangspunkt i erfaringer fra et forsøk med en åpen netthøring om NRKs framtid, diskuterer denne artikkelen hvordan ...
Commercial Services, Enclosure and Legitimacy: Comparing Contexts and Strategies for Public Service Media Funding and Development
European public broadcasters have long since ceased to be solely publicly financed. But the inherently controversial licence fee on television sets has remained a key source of funding. Facing an increasingly complex digital ...
Digitaliseringen av fjernsyn og allmennkringkastingens skjebne
(Universitetet i Bergen, Institutt for medievitenskap, 2003)
Rapporten har spådommene om kringkastingens oppløsning som utgangspunkt, og spør: Står vi virkelig midt oppe i en teknologisk revolusjon som bestemmer utviklingen, eller er det mulig å forklare prosessene ved hjelp av andre ...
From Fermentation to Maturity? Reflections on Media and Communication Studies: An Interview with Todd Gitlin, Jostein Gripsrud & Michael Schudson
(USC Annenberg, School for Communication, 2009)
Twenty-six years after the Journal of Communication published a special issue entitled “Ferment in the Field,” Professors Todd Gitlin, Jostein Gripsrud and Michael Schudson reflect on the state of the field of media and ...
Sentrale utfordringer for medieforskningen i dag
The Challenges of Comparing Media Systems — An Interview with Daniel C. Hallin
(Marquette Journals, 2008)
In this interview, Daniel C. Hallin offers hindsight concerning his collaborative project with Paolo Mancini — Comparing Media Systems — Three Models of Media and Politics (2004). Hallin discusses methodological difficulties ...
Public Broadcasters, the Internet, and Democracy. Comparing Policy and Exploring Public Service Media Online
(The University of Bergen, 2009-02)
This thesis is a study of public service broadcasting facing a digital media system. Its focus is on internet services since the mid-1990s. With a comparative design, the thesis discusses how public service broadcasters ...
Media Institutions as a Research Field: Three Phases of Norwegian Broadcasting Research
The article discusses the background and origins of research on media institutions as a field, and especially assesses the development and status of Norwegian research on broadcasting institutions. It is demonstrated how ...