“New Media: Changing Media Landscapes”
Higher School of Economics
16 Soyuza Pechatnikov St.
St. Petersburg, Russia
27-28 September 2012
Full program after the jump…
Sessions: room 301
Coffee breaks: room 309
Lunches: university canteen, ground floor
Thursday, 27 September
Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, Oxford Internet Institute,UK
Session 1. Political activism in the on-line era
Chair: Marc Smith
- Olessia Koltsova, Internet Studies Lab, Higher School of Economics.
Protests, Elections and more: Mapping the Agenda and Discussion Communities of the Russian-language Blogosphere
- Amir Hestroni and Hila Lowenstain. School of Communication Ariel University Center, Israel.
Old or New? The Media Chosen by the Israely Tent Protest Movement and its Relations to the Respondents’ Level of Involvement and Activism
- Elizaveta Gaufman,University of Tübingen,Germany.
Blogosphere as a Natural Habitat for Analysis of Human Behavior
Session 2. Studying new media users
Chair: Leif Dahlberg
- Oscar Westlund, Department of Journalism, Media and Communication,University of Gothenburg,Sweden and DMC Research Group, IT University of Copenhagen,Denmark.
- Mathias A. Färdigh, Department of Journalism, Media and Communication,University of Gothenburg,Sweden.
Generational News Accessing in a New Media Landscape
- Crister Lie, Royal School of Technology, Sweden.
Advertisement Models for Tablets
- Sergey Davydov, Faculty of media communications, Higher School of Economics, Russia.
Ordinary Cinema Criticism as a Phenomenon of Social Media Communications
Session 3. Theorizing transmedia
Chair: Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon
- Ilya Kiria, Faculty of media communications, Higher School of Economics, Russia.
Political Isolation within Russian Public Sphere: the Role of New Media
- Renira Rampazzo Gambarato,University of Tallinn Baltic Film and Media School, Estonia.
How to Analyze Transmedia Narratives?
- Natalia Sokolova,Samara University,Russia.
Understanding Russian Transmedia from ‘De-Westernisation’ of Media Studies Perspectives
Friday, 28 September
Vlad Strukov,University of Leeds,UK.
New Borders of Transnational Television: Theorizing Post-Broadcast Media
Session 4. Television in the new media era
Chair: Natalia Sokolova
- Andres Joeasaar,University of Tallinn Baltic Film and Media School,Estonia.
Digital Crossroads – Baltic Public Service Broadcasters Turning into Public Service Media.
- Jan Olof Gullö,Södertörn University,Sweden.
Aspects on Future Television: an Experiment on how to Produce Readability and Perceived Comprehensibility in a Sport Television Broadcast
Session 5. Studying new media producers
Chair: Vlad Strukov
- Elena Degtereva,Södertörn University,Sweden.
Journalists’ Blogging as an Extension of Professional Communication
- Gunnar Nugren and Karin Stigbrand,Södertörn University,Sweden.
Journalistic Cultures around the Baltic – in the Eyes of Journalism Students
- Alicija Gniewek, Interdisciplinary Centre for Security Reliability and Trust, University of Luxembourg.
Media in the Cloud:New World Shaped between Technology and Law.
Session 6. Media convergence
Chair: Ilya Kiria
- João Canavilhas, Universidade da Beira Interior, Dep. de Comunicação eArtes COVILHÃ,Portugal.
Contents Convergence: Case Study at the Portuguese Media
- Katia Koikkalainen,University of Helsiki, Finland.(teleconference)
Media Convergence and Business Models: Responses of Finnish Daily Newspapers
- Katarzyna Kopecka-Piech, Division of Social Communication and Media,University School of Physical Education in Wroclaw,Poland. (teleconference)
Media Innovations in Polish Creative Industries. Examples of Micro and Small New Media Enterprises