Forskningsparken II (map)
The Department of Media and Communication is looking for a postdoc in the area of children and the media, University of Oslo
June 2, 2015, Crowne Plaza Hotel Brussels, Belgium
The Department of Media and Communication is looking for an Associate Professor in Media Innovation
The second issue of the Journal of Media Innovations, published by CeRMI under its director-editor Charles Ess, is out now!
The third International Symposium on Media Innovations was held at University of Oslo April 24-25. For those present, here are some photos to remember the event by; for those not there, make sure to make it next time!
All photos: Arne Krumsvik
The International Symposium on Media Innovations starts in just a few days. Some practical information is provided here.
The inaugural issue of the Journal of Media Innovations, published by CeRMI under its director-editor Charles Ess, is out now!
Several CeRMI members are involved in a new anthology, Innovasjon og verdiskaping i lokale medier (Innovation in local media) published by Cappelen Damm.
The Deadline for submitting Abstracts to the Third International Symposium on Media Innovations has been extended.
The New Deadline is Friday, 13 December 2013
The call for papers contains more information about ISMI'14.
A workshop on Digital Media Taxation that will examine the roles and implications of taxation policies for the innovation processes of new digital services will be held at ISMI'14.
A separate call for papers has been announced for this workshop.
The Third International Symposium on Media Innovations takes place in Oslo on 24-25 April 2014.
The call for papers has been announced.
CeRMI Director Charles Ess's new book Digital Media Ethics has been published by Polity. It is available to order online from Wiley.
CeRMI is proud to announce that Gunnar Nygren has joined the Centre.
Josef Trappel is visiting the Department of Media and Communication and CeRMI this week!
Members will be interested to know that a panel, discussing Trust in Online Environments, will be held this Thursday, 26 September at 14.15 Auditorium 2, Georg Sverdrup's Building.
The Journal of Media Innovations website is now up, running and ready to accept submissions.
The Journal of Media Innovations will be launched in Spring 2014. As a result, the submission date for papers has been extended to 30 September 2013. The revised Call for Papers is available here.
CeRMI's Tanja Storsul and Arne H. Krumsvik have edited the new book 'Media Innovations: A Multidisciplinary Study of Change'. The book includes contributions from six members of CeRMI and is available to order from Nordicom.
CeRMI is proud to announce that Lisbeth Morlandstø has joined the Centre.
Bente Kalsnes has joined the Centre for Research on Media Innovations.
Rich Ling has joined the Centre for Research on Media Innovations.
Charles Ess is the new director of CeRMI. He has made significant contributions within Internet research, emphasising culturally-variable elements of Information and Communication Technology and Computer-Mediated Communication, as well as Internet research ethics.
Read his op ed article in Aftenposten about journalism that sells (in Norwegian).
Journalistikk som er nyttig eller byr på nytelser fortsetter å vokse på bekostning av journalistikk om nyheter. Hvis man ser på journalistisk innhold som vare til salgs, blir nyheter nesten verdiløse for selgeren med én gang de er sitert av andre og er blitt felleseie på nett. Det skjer umiddelbart, og er en av forklaringene på papiravisenes tilbakegang og mediehusenes problemer med digitaliseringens økonomi.
Jens Barland defends his PhD 28 November. See time and place.
Jens Barland's PhD thesis ”Journalistikk for markedet” [Journalism for the market] is now published as an e-book.
The thesis describes commerse and journalism and product development in the press. The focus is on VG and Aftonbladet from 1995 to 2010.