Transforming Communications – Studies in Cross-Media Research
- We live in times that are characterised by a multiplicity of media: Traditional media like television, radio and newspapers remain important, but have all undergone fundamental change in the wake of digitalization.
- New media have been emerging with an increasing speed: Internet platforms, mobile media and the many different software-based communication media we are recently confronted with as ‘apps’. This process is experiencing yet another boost from the ongoing and increasingly fast sequence of technological media innovations. In our modern social world, communication processes take place across a variety of media. As a consequence, we can no longer explain the influences of media by focusing on any one single medium, its content and possible effects. In order to explain how media changes are related to transformations in culture and society we have to take into account the cross-media character of communications.
Editorial BoardNick Couldry, LSE, UKKim Christian Schrøder, University of Roskilde, DenmarkMaren Hartmann, University of Arts Berlin, GermanyKnut Lundby, University of Oslo, NorwayKlaus Bruhn Jensen, University of Copenhagen, DenmarkPeter Lunt, University of Leicester, United KingdomMirca Madianou, Goldsmiths College, University of London, United KingdomSilvio Waisbord, George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA
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