Submission for the 8th International Media Readings in Moscow "Mass Media and Communications"
On Nivember 17-18, 2016 the Faculty of Journalism will organize the 8th International Media Readings in Moscow "Mass Media and Communications". The deadline for submission is September 10, 2016. Hurry up to join the event!
The conference aims to discuss current transformations of media systems across the world, identify factors, which may lead to these transformations, outline possible outcomes of this ‘homogenization’ trend for national cultures and identities, and to discuss best ways to classify media systems in the current context, relying on fundamental works of Siebert, Peterson & Schramm (1956), McQuail (2000), Hallin & Mancini (2004) and other scholars. The general aim of the Moscow Readings conference is to consolidate contacts between researchers from different countries of the world, and to foster integration of representatives of the Russian school of journalism into the global academic space.
Today media systems of different countries tend to acquire similar features due to a variety of reasons, including the processes of globalization and the change in national media cultures, encompassing professional values and traditions, level and type of commercialization, government regulations, organizational dynamics, technologies, audiences, etc. Although many countries in the world still retain their national specifics determined by their unique social, cultural and political landscapes, we cannot but notice that this specifics is oftentimes replaced by the tendencies of the global character, which have significant influence on media systems of these countries. These tendencies include but are by no means limited to the active use of new digital technologies and social media by journalists; an attempt of media outlets to reach out to a broader audience instead of focusing on particular political or social groupings; the spread of user generated content and the subsequent re-consideration of professional journalists’ mission; a shift to common business models and common media platforms, which is particularly acute for traditional print media creating online versions today, and much more.
More information is available here: http://moscowreadings.com/
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The International Research Conference «Current Issues of Media Studies – 2016»
On May 20, 2016 the Faculty of Journalism, MSU hosted the «Current issues of media studies – 2016» conference organized NAMMI (National Association of mass media researchers) jointly with Analytical center Vi. The event included the plenary session, round table and also different special sessions dedicated to different issues of modern media.
We are glad to present the new volume of World of Media. Journal of Russian Media and Journalism Studies which is published jointly by NAMMI and the Faculty of Journalism, MSU. World of Media-2016 contains articles of scholars from Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Brussels and other cities. The digital volume is available here http://worldofmedia.ru/volumes/2016/
The Analytical Center Vi has become an official partner of the V NAMMI All-Russian conference.
The Analytical Center Vi is a unique research structure with twenty-year history. It studies the media advertising markets in Russia and nearest countries, discovers the tendencies and perspectives of their development, realize original research projects, produces the market and industry development forecasts.
We are glad to announce that the National Association of TV & Radio Broadcasters (NAT) became an informational partner of NAMMI. NAT is the biggest professional non-commercial union of broadcasting companies and other market participants in Russia. NAT protects the rights and interests on the Federal and regional levels, take a part in the developing of digital media law regulations. The key questions of broadcasting are discussed during the conferences and round tables organized by NAT.