VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 3 (2014), 6

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VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 3 (2014), 6.
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Convergent Television(s)


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*Editors-in-chief* John Ellis, Royal Holloway College / University of London; Andreas Fickers, Université du Luxembourg; Sonja de Leeuw, Utrecht University *Managing editor* Dana Mustata, University of Groningen *Language Editor* Andy O'Dwyer, BBC Research *Editorial board* Christoph Classen, Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung, Germany; Anikό Imre, University of Southern California, USA; Juan Francisco Gutiérrez Lozano, Universidad de Malaga, Spain; Mette Charis Buchman, Danish Broadcasting Corporation, Denmark; Mari Pajala, University of Turku, Finland; Jérôme Bourdon, University of Tel Aviv, Israel; Cathy Johnson, Nottingham University, United Kingdom; András Bálint Kovács, ELTE University, Hungary; Claude Mussou, Institut National de l’Audiovisuel, France; Andy O'Dwyer, BBC Research, United Kingdom; Massimo Scaglioni, Catholic University of Milan, Italy; Pelle Snickars, Umeå University, Sweden; Liam Wylie, RTÉ Archives, Ireland *Publishing Support* Erwin Verbruggen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, The Netherlands
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*Editors-in-chief* John Ellis, Royal Holloway College / University of London; Andreas Fickers, Université du Luxembourg; Sonja de Leeuw, Utrecht University *Managing editor* Dana Mustata, University of Groningen *Language Editor* Andy O'Dwyer, BBC Research *Editorial board* Christoph Classen, Centre for Contemporary History, Germany; Anikό Imre, University of Southern California, USA; Juan Francisco Gutiérrez Lozano, Universidad de Malaga, Spain; Mette Charis Buchman, Danish Broadcasting Corporation, Denmark; Mari Pajala, University of Turku, Finland; Jérôme Bourdon, University of Tel Aviv, Israel; Cathy Johnson, Nottingham University, United Kingdom; András Bálint Kovács, ELTE University, Hungary; Claude Mussou, Institut National de l’Audiovisuel, France; Andy O'Dwyer, BBC Research, United Kingdom; Massimo Scaglioni, Catholic University of Milan, Italy; Pelle Snickars, Umeå University, Sweden; Liam Wylie, RTÉ Archives, Ireland *Publishing Support* Erwin Verbruggen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, The Netherlands
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VIEW Issue 6: Convergent Television(s)

The history of media convergence, especially of convergent television, is a field that needs to be further investigated. Media convergence is often considered a taken-for-granted phenomenon, a kind of ‘irresistible’ force that has changed and is continuously changing media ecosystems. Furthermore, it seems to be mainly an American phenomenon because it has involved US politics and companies and because the most relevant reflections and publications on this topic come from American scholars.

This issue of VIEW tries to deal with this complex and polysemic concept from different points of view, adopting several theoretical and methodological frameworks. It attempts to counteract some of the aforementioned taken-for-granted ideas, analyzing TV convergence from a historical and long-term perspective, considering symmetrical case studies of success and failures, concentrating on the European dimension through the lens of transnational, comparative, and national contributions.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial

Editorial
Gabriele Balbi, Massimo Scaglioni

Discoveries

‘More Than a Television Channel’: Channel 4, FilmFour and a Failed Convergence Strategy
Hannah Andrews

Public Service Television in a Multi-Platform Environment: A Comparative Study in Finland and Israel
Oranit Klein Shagrir, Heidi Keinonen

Multiscreening and Social TV: The Changing Landscape of TV Consumption in Italy
Alberto Marinelli, Romana Andò

Newspaper Video Content: Genres and Editorial Formats in Spain
Samuel Negredo

Convergent Cultures: The Disappearance of Commissioned Audiovisual Productions in The Netherlands
Bas Agterberg

Explorations

Wide-Screen Television and Home Movies: Towards an Archaeology of Television and Cinema Convergence Before Digitalisation
Tom James Longley Steward

Convergent Television and 'Audience Participation': The Early Days of Interactive Digital Television in the UK
Vivi Theodoropoulou

ARTE: French-German Experiments in Crossing the Borders. 'One Media – Three Screens' Convergence and Interactivity at its Full Potential?
Anna Wiehl

‘The Schneiderverse’: Nickelodeon, Convergent Television and Transmedia Storytelling
Helena Louise Dare-Edwards

TV Goes Social: Italian Broadcasting Strategies and the Challenges of Convergence
Luca Barra, Massimo Scaglioni

Digital Convergence and Content Regulation
Michael John Starks

Zitation
VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 3 (2014), 6. in: H-Soz-Kult, 24.12.2015, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-9394>.
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