We are continuously sharing useful resources on our Facebook group. Many great posts get lost in the stream of content.
That is why we have decide to try out a simple wiki page to store resources beyond news: open access books, articles, reports, and commentary.
Please take a look atthis beta Wiki site.It includes all resources shared from the beginning of our FB group until November -- and it will be updated for December soon.
Let us know what you think and send any resources you would like to contribute to our way, to email@example.com.
In the News
#ICYMI. Some highlights from our Facebook group and beyond:
We are now officially supported by the Central European University, the Center for Media, Data and Society (CMDS). This means that when we want to develop the network further by creating a better roster, by organizing events, and by supporting our joint efforts otherwise, CMDS will offer us institutional support in seeking grants and other funding. Let us know of any ideas for the future of the network!
RIPE@2017 book project has begun. It will be titled Public Service Media in the Networked Society. The editors are Gregory Ferrell Lowe, Hilde Van den Bulck and Karen Donders. Contributors will include Mark Deuze and Graham Murdock, two of the keynote speakers in the RIPE@2016 conference. Keep an eye on the RIPE website and RIPE Facebook page for updates. PS: The RIPE books series can be downloaded for free as Open Access books in PDF format at the Nordicom website.
CfP:ECREA Workshop 2017 The Future of Media Content: Interventions and Industries in the Internet Era. The “Communication Law and Policy” and “Media Industries and Cultural Production” Sections of the European Communications Research and Education Association (ECREA) invite abstracts for theoretical and empirical papers on the topic of The Future of Content: Interventions and Industries in the Internet Era. The workshop will take place in Norwich, United Kingdom from 15-16 September 2017.
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This newsletter is regularly read by half of the members.
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