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8 nov to 10 nov 2019

Suzhou, China

Futures of Media Conferencee: 20 Years of File Sharing - What is Next?

The topics for discussion can include – but are not limited to – the following:

How has device mobility changed media reception modes? How can the gap between technological advancements and other areas of society – politics, economy, the law – be closed? What role does the global availability of media play, or do recent successful attempts at censorship bode ill for sustainable global accessibility in the future? How can and should media theory influence future developments? How has globalization, the global South and the Asian Century redefined approaches to file sharing? How will movements such as Digital Commons and Open Source change the way business, science and entertainment will develop?

For more information:

https://www.futuresofmedia.com/?page_id=185

https://www.futuresofmedia.com/?page_id=185

https://www.futuresofmedia.com/

7 nov to 8 nov 2019

Hilversum, The Netherlands

The International perspective on a radio centenary

The centenary celebration takes place at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum that houses a wealth of archive material related to Dutch radio history. Proposals for individual presentations from radio scholars and practitioners on radio in any country/region on the following themes are welcome (both contemporary and historical):

  • International radio
  • Radio news
  • Radio music
  • Radio sport
  • The future of radio research

7 nov to 8 nov 2019

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

ECREA Digital Games Research Section symposium

his symposium hosted by the ECREA Digital Games Research Section aims to look at where we have been and where we are going as a field - what could be the next steps? Where could we go from here, and what is going to happen to game studies in the 2020s? How does the multi-disciplinary field of game studies relate to the similarly multi-disciplinary field of communication studies? What kind of innovations are waiting around the corner when it comes to novel research methods or theorizing? What kind of phenomena are only beginning to receive attention, where are the remaining gaps in research?

For more information:

ECREA Digital Games Research Section

https://easychair.org/cfp/gameco2019

6 nov to 8 nov 2019

Oslo, Norway

5th annual conference on the Safety of Journalists – Digital Safety

The conference is organized jointly with the The Fritt Ord Foundation and with support from The National Commission for UNESCO and the research group Digital Journalism.The 2019 annual conference on the Safety of Journalists will focus on digital safety but also invite papers discussing other aspects related to the safety of journalists.

https://www.ecrea.eu/page-18206/7357079

 

For more information:

Research Group MEKK

https://www.ecrea.eu/page-18206/7357079

1 nov to 2 nov 2019

Bonn, Germany

ECREA Mediatization Section mid-term conference

This conference will be organized in cooperation with the “Philosophy of Communication” section. The main theme of this meeting will be "Datafication, Mediatization, and the Machine Age" . Apart from the regular presentations, a public round table with colleagues from the “Social Robot Lab” at the University of Bonn and a workshop for PhD students are planned.

For more information:

ECREA Mediatization Section

https://www.ecrea.eu/event-3254257

30 okt to 31 okt 2019

Brussels, Belgium

Digital Fortress Europe Exploring Boundaries between Media, Migration and Technology

The thematic focus of this conference is on media, migration and technology and all their possible linkages and intersections. While significant attention goes to digital technologies and social media, the organizers do aim for a broad focus that also includes traditional media, and aspects of media production, organization, consumption, representation and policy.

For more information:

the European Communication Research & Education Association’s (ECREA) Diaspora, Migration & the Media (DMM) section in collaboration with the ECREA’s International & Intercultural Communication (IIC) section, the Young Scholars Network of ECREA (YECREA),

https://www.ecreadmm.com/

25 okt to 26 okt 2019

Dubrovnik, Croatia

14th Dubrovnik Media Days International scientific conference

New media formats: Television

University of Dubrovnik, Department of Mass Communication would like to invite you to participate in the Dubrovnik Media Days (DMD) that will take place on October 25-26, 2019 at the University of Dubrovnik.

Call for papers: http://www.unidu.hr/datoteke/9874/Call_for_Papers.pdf

 

For more information:

University of Dubrovnik, Department of Mass Communication

Ivan Tanta: ivan.tanta@net.hr Davor Pauković: davor.paukovic@unidu.hr

http://www.unidu.hr/odjeli.php?idizbornik=844

24 okt to 25 okt 2019

Groningen, The Netherlands

Biannual conference of ECREA Television Studies Section “The Youthification of Television and Screen Culture

The conference has as its key goal to overcome ‘narrow’ definitions of the medium television, inviting reflections from wider and intersectional perspectives studying the medium’s production, reception and/or cross-platform programming in different European contexts.

For more information:

Television Studies Section of ECREA (European Communication Research and Education Association)

https://ecreatelevisionstudies2019.wordpress.com/

24 okt to 25 okt 2019

Helsinki, Finland

Nordic Archive and Research Conference 2019

The biennial Nordic Archive and Research Conference brings together media archivists, librarians and journalists to share knowledge and discuss current topics in the fields of archives and research.The focus of the conference is research and the use of archives in journalistic work.

For more information:

The Finnish Broadcasting Company (YLE)

researchconference2019@yle.fi

https://researchconference2019.wordpress.com/

24 okt to 25 okt 2019

Helsinki, Finland

Com­mu­nic­a­tion Rights in the Digital Age

The rights-based perspective on ethical and political questions presented by the new digital media has recently regained attention in academic and political debates. This conference will address the interplay of national and global (universal and specific) characteristics of communication rights: What are some definitions of communication rights? Who are the policy and other actors defining these rights? What are current core issues or cases that pertain to communication rights?

For more information:

Helsinki Media Policy Research Group, the University of Helsinki, the ECREA Communication Law and Policy Section and the Euromedia Research Group

https://www.helsinki.fi/en/conferences/communication-rights-in-the-digital-age

22 okt to 24 okt 2019

Dublin, Ireland

International Conference on Information Society

The mission of i-Society 2019 conference is to provide opportunities for collaboration of professionals and researchers to share existing and generate new knowledge in the field of information society. The conference encapsulates the concept of interdisciplinary science that studies the societal and technological dimensions of knowledge evolution in digital society and intelligent systems.

For more information:

i-Society 2019

info@i-society.eu

https://www.i-society.eu/

21 okt to 22 okt 2019

Helsinki, Finland

Infrastructures and Inequalities: Media industries, digital cultures and politics

This joint-ECREA section conference, seeks to examine digital/media infrastructures and inequalities from an inter- and multi-disciplinary perspective, inviting papers to interrogate the significance of the ‘infrastructural turn’ in media and communication studies to our understanding of media industries, democracy and digital cultures.

For more information:

ECREA Sections: Communication and Democracy; Digital Culture and Communication; and Media Industries and Cultural Production

julia.velkova@helsinki.fi

https://www.helsinki.fi/en/conferences/infrastructures-and-inequalities/call-for-papers

18 okt to 20 okt 2019

Budapest, Hungary

World Conference on Social Sciences

The conference is seeking submissions related to the following conference topics: Society and Sociology, Communication, Politics, Law, Humanities and Culture Studies and Education . Other related topics will also be considered.

18 okt to 19 okt 2019

Ghent, Belgium

Research Methods in Film Studies: Challenges and Opportunities

Aiming to explore a wide range of approaches, this conference invites contributions that engage with current methodological challenges and opportunities in Film Studies.  Abstracts are invited on topics related to research methods in Film Studies.

For more information:

Gertjan Willems (University of Antwerp/Ghent University), Sergio Villanueva Baselga (Universitat de Barcelona), Mariana Liz (University of Lisbon)

https://ecreafilmstudies2019.wordpress.com/2019/01/02/call-for-papers/

7 okt to 9 okt 2019

Göteborg, Sweden

g19 Swedish Conference for Gender Research

g19 – the biennial Swedish conference for gender studies, titled Rethinking Knowledge Regimes. The conference seeks to bring together the broad and interdisciplinary field that constitutes gender studies in Sweden today.  The conference aims at stimulating cooperation among researchers from various academic disciplines and targets scholars, students, practitioners and activists.

For more information:

Nationella sekretariatet för genusforskning

https://www.genus.se/om-oss/verksamhet/konferenser/g19/

4 okt to 6 okt 2019

Doha, Qatar

IMMAA Conference - Qatar 2019

Research topics: - Value Creation and Business Models - Disruption and Innovation in Media Markets - Impact of latest Trends and Technologies - Emerging Media Markets - Media Entrepreneurship and Small Companies - Venture Capital, Crowdfunding and Media Financing - Cooperation and Competition in Media Markets - Media Audience and Research Metrics - Media Business Research Methods

https://immaa.org/

For more information:

IMMAA (International Media Management Academic Association)/Northern University Qatar

https://immaa.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/cfp-immaa19-qaatar.pdf

3 okt to 5 okt 2019

Leeds, UK

Crisis6 2019 – Innovations in Risk & Crisis Communication

We are looking for an exploration of new approaches to theory, methodology, education and training, practice, as well as the intersection of technology in the context of risk and crisis. We are looking for cross-disciplinary work with communication, journalism, business, marketing, health, law politics, policing, cross-cultural research, education and training. We are inviting you to think about where the field has been and where it is can and should go. We would especially invite our practitioners to share their own experiences and best practices so that we can all learn from each other.

For more information:

ECREA Crisis Communication Section

https://leedstalkspr.com/crisis6-2019/

3 okt to 4 okt 2019

Odense, Denmark

13th European Conference on Games Based Learning

ECGBL is generally attended by participants from more than 40 countries and attracts an interesting combination of academic scholars, practitioners, game designers and individuals who are engaged in various aspects of games-based learning and serious games. Among other journals, the Electronic Journal of e-Learning publishes a special edition of the best papers presented at this conference.

For more information:

ECGBL,The University of Southern Denmark

https://www.academic-conferences.org/conferences/ecgbl/

3 okt to 5 okt 2019

Leeds, UK

The 6th International Crisis Communication Conference in 2019

2019 Conference Theme: Innovations in the Field of Risk & Crisis Communication. The deadline for abstract submission is 15 April, 2019 with notifications sent on or about 15 May, 2019.

For more information:

ECREA Crisis Communication Section

https://leedstalkspr.com/crisis6-2019/

30 sep to 2 okt 2019

Aarhus, Denmark

EURONOIR - Producers, distributors and audiences of European crime narratives

The organizers invite speakers to present work on the production, distribution and reception of explicitly transnational European crime narratives as well as more local strands of European crime narratives production, distribution and reception. This includes significant market players and institutions in/across Europe, transcontinental creative and culture industrial processes and practices as well as more locally and regionally successful and less successful crime narratives.  

For more information:

Department of Culture and Global Studies at Aalborg University and the Horizon 2020 research project DETECt: Detecting Transcultural Identity in European Popular Crime Narratives. It is co-financed by Aalborg University, Aarhus University and University

https://www.en.cgs.aau.dk/research/conferences/euronoir/

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