MediaMutations 9 – 24/5

International Conference – Bologna, 23-24 maggio 2017


  • Massimo Scaglioni (Università Cattolica): Distratta Italia. Perché importiamo i format e non li esportiamo
  • Federico Di Chio (Mediaset/RTI): L’erba del vicino … Il format e la gestione del rischio
  • Jean K. Chalaby (University of London): Here to Entertain Us. How TV Formats Changed Television
  • Cecilia Penati and Anna Sfardini (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano): An Italian Franchise in Search of a Format. Creative, Productive and Representational Strategies in Real Time’s Italiani Made
  • Juan Francisco Gutierrez Lozano (University of Málaga): Your Andalusian Face Sounds Familiar. The Persistence of Regional Stereotypes in Original and Adapted TV Formats in Spain
  • Irena Reifova (Charles University, Prague): Poverty as Television Spectacle. Shaming Low-Income People in Reality TV Programs
  • Roberta Pearson (University of Nottingham): The Curious Adventure of the Failed Format. Sherlock and Elementary
  • Stefany Boisvert (McGill University, Montreal): “The Way Forward”. Quebec’s New Narrative-Based Formats and the Search for a Global Audience
  • Edward Larkey (University of Maryland, Baltimore County): Excavating TV Formats. Using Multimodal Digital Tools for Comparatively Analyzing Adaptations of the Quebec Sketch Comedy Series “Un Gars, Une Fille”
  • Ellen Nerenberg (Wesleyan University) and Nicoletta Marini Maio (Dickinson College): Winxology. Grooming the Future Female Consumer
  • Alfonso Amendola and Novella Troianello (Università di Salerno): “What Are We Talking About When We Talk About Food? The Evolution of Foodie Genre Storytelling
  • Bärbel Göbel-Stolz (Karlshochschule, Karlsruhe): One World for All. Audiences, Exhibitors and United Worldbuilding
  • Andrea Esser (University of Roehampton): Final Remarks

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