Transnationalizing Radio Research : New Approaches to an Old Medium / Alexander Badenoch, Golo Föllmer.
Contributor(s): Badenoch, Alexander [editor.] | Föllmer, Golo [editor.].Material type: BookSeries: Edition Medienwissenschaft ; 42.Publisher: Bielefeld : transcript-Verlag, Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783839439135.Subject(s): Analogue Media | Audio | Globalization | Interculturalism | Media History | Media Studies | Media | Transnationality | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Media StudiesOnline resources: Open Access | Cover
Frontmatter -- Contents -- Introduction: Transnationalizing Radio Research: New Encounters with an Old Medium / Badenoch, Alexander / Föllmer, Golo -- Section 1: Asserting identity: Minorities' Use of Community Radio -- Community Radio and Transnational Identities / Mitchell, Caroline / Lewis, Peter M. -- Accented Radio in Miami and New Orleans / Moylan, Katie -- Radio, Refugees and Migrants Workshop: TRE Conference, Utrecht, 2016 -- You Can't Tell My Story for Me! Community Media as a Means of Expression in Multilingual Local and Globalized Contexts / Purkarthofer, Judith -- Desi Radio by and for the Panjabi Community: Citizens' Media, Gender, and Participation / Haydari, Nazan -- Gaywaves: Transcending Boundaries - the Rise and Demise of Britain's First Gay Radio Program / Wilson, Paul / Linfoot, Matthew -- Section 2: Transnational Communities of Aesthetic Practice -- Transnational Encounters and Peregrinations of the Radio Documentary Imagination / Madsen, Virginia -- Production and Use of Packaging Elements in Radio: Concepts, Functions and Styles in Transnational Comparison / Föllmer, Golo -- Makrolab as an Apparatus for Global Observation / Contant, Heather -- Transcultural Audio Storytelling: When German, Australian and African Voices Meet / McHugh, Siobhán -- Section 3: Staging Encounters: Translating Places and Identities -- A Transnational Approach to Radio Amateurism in the 1910s / Rikitianskaia, Maria -- Radiophonic Cities The City Portrait in Transnational Radio Collaborations / Kreutzfeldt, Jacob -- European Music? The International Broadcasting Union's 1930s Concert Series Concerts Européens / Michelsen, Morten -- From Enzensberger to Clausen: An Auditive Transformation / Poulsen, Ib -- Section 4: Doing Transnational Radio Research and the Digital Archive -- Transnational Radio Research and the Digital Archive: Promises and Pitfalls / de Leeuw, Sonja -- Cultural Memory in the Digital Age / Thylstrup, Nanna Bonde -- Worlding the Archive: Radio Collections, Heritage Frameworks, and Selection Principles / Birdsall, Carolyn -- Radio Diffusion: Re-collecting International Broadcasting in the Archive of Radio Netherlands Worldwide / Badenoch, Alexander -- Promising Prospects, and the Hurdles Along the Way: Sharing and Archiving Community Media Content Online / van Beek, Joost -- Section 5: Digital Radio Landscap es - Transnational Challenges, National Solutions? -- Making DAB Work: New Opportunities for Digital Radio in Europe / Hallett, Lawrie -- Opening up the Debate: Irish Radio, Facebook, and the Creation of Transnational Cultural Public Spheres / McMahon, Daithí -- New Radio and Social Media: Public Service Radio Forms of User Participation and Inclusion / Jauert, Per -- The Role of Boundary Objects in Collaborative Radio Production / Berryman, Bruce -- Researching Podcast Production - an Australian Podcast Study About Women and Work in Are We There Yet? / Lindgren, Mia -- Surveying International Public Radio: Some Practical Insights / Fernández-Quijada, David -- Outro: The Future of Radio Studies / Hilmes, Michele / Lindgren, Mia
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Transnationalizing Radio Research presents a theoretical and methodological guide for exploring radio's multiple »global ages«, from its earliest years through its recent digital transformations. It offers radio scholars theoretical tools and concrete case studies for moving beyond national research frames. It gives radio practitioners inspiration for production and archiving, and offers scholars from many disciplines new ways to incorporate radio's vital voices into work on transnational institutions, communities, histories and identities.
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