The Political Economies of Media

The Transformation of the Global Media Industries

Dr. Dal Yong Jin (Redaktør) ; Prof. Dwayne Winseck (Redaktør)

The contributors show that digital media are disrupting entire media industries, but without erasing the past and insist that one media sector is not the same as the next. As the title signals even in the age of convergence and remix culture, different media continue to display their own distinctive political economies. Les mer
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The contributors show that digital media are disrupting entire media industries, but without erasing the past and insist that one media sector is not the same as the next. As the title signals even in the age of convergence and remix culture, different media continue to display their own distinctive political economies.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Contributors
Preface
Acknowledgments
Part One: Introductory Essay 1

The Political Economies of Media and the Transformation of the Global Media Industries: An Introductory Essay 3
Dwayne Winseck, Carleton University

Part Two: From the Singular to the Plural-Theorizing the Digital and Networked Media Industries in the
Twenty-First Century

Principal ongoing mutations of Cultural and Informational Industries
Bernand Miege, Carleton University
Media Ownership, Oligarchies, and Globalization: Media Concentration in South America
Guillermo Mastrini and Martin Becerra, University of Buenos Aires

Media as Creative Industries: Conglomeration and Globalization as Accumulation Strategies in an Age of Digital Media
Terry Flew, Queensland University of Technology

The Structure and Dynamics of Communications Business Networks in an Era of Convergence: Mapping the Global Networks of the Information Business
Amelia Arsenault, Annenberg School, University of Pennsylvania

Part Three The Conquest of Capital or Creative Gales of Destruction?

Hard Jobs in Hollywood: How Concentration in Distribution Affects the Production Side of the Media Entertainment Industry 123
Susan Christopherson, Cornell University

Financialization and the "Crisis of the Media": The Rise and Fall of (Some) Media Conglomerates in Canada
Dwayne Winseck, Carleton University

Deconvergence and Deconsolidation in the Global Media Industries: The Rise and Fall of (Some) Media Conglomerate(s)
Dal Yong Jin, Simon Fraser University

Navigational Media: The Political Economy of Online Traffic
Elizabeth Van Couvering, Leicester University

The Contemporary World Wide Web: Social Medium or New Space of Accumulation?
Christian Fuchs, Uppsala University

Part Four Communication, Conventions, and "Crises"

Running on empty?: The Uncertain Financial Futures of Public Service Media in the Contemporary Media Policy
Environment
Peter A. Thompson, University of Wellington

Mediation, Financialization, and the Global Financial Crisis: An Inverted Political Economy Perspective
Aeron Davis, University of London

The Wizards of Oz: Peering Behind the Curtain on the Relationship
Between Central Banks and the Business Media
Marc-Andre Pigeon, Carleton University

References
Suggested Subject Index Terms

Om forfatteren

Dwayne Winseck is Professor at the School of Journalism and Communication, Carleton University, Canada.

Dal yong Jin is Assistant Professor at Simon Fraser University and Associate Professor at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.