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Media Industries: Current Debates and Future Directions

King's College, London.

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Wednesday 18 April 2018, at 09:00 - Friday 20 April 2018, at 16:00

Accepted papers:

D1) Workshop: A Comparative Agenda for Public Service Television in the Internet Age

Serra Tinic (Co-Chair) (University of Alberta)

Catherine Johnson (Co-Chair) (University of Nottingham)
Catherine Johnson (University of Nottingham) Television in an Age of Volatility

Serra Tinic (University of Alberta) OTT and the Future(s) for PSB in the Global Television Environment Petr Szczepanik (Charles University) Internet Television as a Challenge to Public Service Broadcasting in Central-Eastern Europe
Hanne Bruun (Aarhus University) Scheduling in Cross Platform Television?


H3) Panel: Methodological Challenges and Media Industries and Production Studies

Hanne Bruun (Chair) (Aarhus University) Hanne Bruun and Kirsten Frandsen (both Aarhus University) Time and Timing in Current Media Production Studies Katrine Broe Sørensen (Aarhus University) Access is ‘Key’: Researcher Participation as Strategic and Interpersonal Challenge in Ethnographical Production Studies

Mads Møller Andersen (Aarhus University) Methods for Studying Creativity in Media Production Trine Syversen (University of Oslo) Industry/Policy Research and the Demand for Societal Impact

J6) Panel: Global Media Trade of TV Drama Series from Small Markets: A Case Study of Danish TV Drama Going Global

Anne Marit Waade (Chair) (Aarhus University)
Andrea Esser (Roehampton University) From the Periphery to the Centre: How Subtitled TV Series Captured the UK Market
Pia Majbritt Jensen and Ushma Chauhan Jacobsen (both Aarhus University) Investigating the Transnational Distribution of Non-Anglophone TV Drama Through the Methodological Lens of the ‘Three-Leaf Clover’
Ushma Chauhan Jacobsen (Aarhus University) The Appropriation of Danish TV Drama by Cultural Intermediaries in Brazil

Anne Marit Waade (Aarhus University) The Value Chain of Nordic Television Drama Series: Transnational and Cross-Sectorial Perspectives