MediaMutations 6

Modes of Production and Narrative Forms in the Contemporary TV Series
Convegno di studi – Bologna, 27-28 maggio 2014

 

  • Veronica Innocenti, Paolo Noto, Luca Barra, Leora Hadas: Introduction
  • Catherine Johnson (University of Nottingham): Keynote address: Beyond Transmedia Storytelling
  • Maria Engberg and Jay David Bolter (Georgia Tech): “Weak Narrativity in Transmedia. Storytelling in The Walking Dead”
  • Deborah Toschi and Federica Villa (Università di Pavia): “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries”
  • Marco Cucco (Università della Svizzera Italiana): “Understanding Fiction by Looking at its Business. The Sky Italy Case Study”
  • JP Kelly (Royal Holloway, University of London): “From Searching to Sifting. Television Ratings in the Age of Social Media”
  • Çigdem Erda (Marmara University): “What Do They Want? Turkish Television Audience and The Future of Television”
  • Cecilia Penati and Anna Sfardini (Università Cattolica, Milano): “Serial Visions. Models of Complex Storytelling and Italian Audiences’ Perceptions”
  • Paola Brembilla (Università di Bologna): “Straight-to-Series in Broadcast TV. Causes, Issues and Consequences”
  • Basil Glynn (Middlesex University): “The Tudors, the National Past and the Re-shaping of Generic Traditions in Contemporary TV Costume Drama”
  • Leora Hadas (University of Nottingham): “Presentation of the Industrial Approaches to Media project”
  • Derek Kompare (Southern Methodist University)): Keynote address: Digital Distribution and the Erratic Expansion of Television
  • Roberta Pearson (University of Nottingham): “A Case of Identity. Sherlock and Elementary”
  • Giancarlo Lombardi (College of Staten Island and Graduate Center/CUNY: “Cultural Imperialism, Redefined. New Modes of Crossnational Television”
  • Catherine O’Rawe (Bristol University): “Romanzo criminale, la serie. Complex TV and Male Melodrama”
  • Nikola Stepic (Concordia University): “Looking Back on the News. Conceptualizing Television in HBO’s The Newsroom”
  • James Hay (University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign): “Reality TV & Entrepreneurial Citizenship after the Financial Crisis”
  • Sara Zanatta (Fondazione Museo Storico del Trentino): “Pawn History Worldwide. How Antiques Dealers Have ‘Restored’ Television Factual Series”

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