Formated Spaces of Participation: Interactive Television and... (2009) Open access

Titel Formated Spaces of Participation: Interactive Television and the Reshaping of the Relationsship between Production and Consumption
Gepubliceerd in Digital Material, p.47-.
Auteur Müller, E.
Datum 2009
Trefwoord(en) Preprint
Type Boek deel
Uitgever Amsterdam University Press
Samenvatting As has occurred before within the history of emerging media, the advent of digital media and the World Wide Web generated two opposing discourses on the social and cultural effects of the new media: one utopian and one dystopian. The more prevalent utopian discourse proclaims the revolutionary transformation of mass media into a truly democratic mediascape: one in which old and new media converge; where users do not merely consume pre-fabricated media content passively, but themselves become interactive producers and distributors of media content. Both perspectives, the utopian and the dystopian, address relevant dimensions of the ongoing redefinition of the relationship between the realms of production and consumption in the digital medias cape, but neither can sufficiently grasp the current transformations.
Persistent Identifier URN:NBN:NL:UI:10-1874-40969
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Repository Universiteit Utrecht

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