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    Photo of Anders FagerjordAnders Fagerjord

    Associate Professor
    Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo
    E-mail: anders.fagerjord@media.uio.no

    New genres in digital media are the focus of my research. Using textual analysis, I study new genres and styles in e-books, social media and mobile media. In recent years, I have been more involved in genre innovation, designing prototypes of possible genres for mobile media, combining insights from design science and humanist theory.

    Select publications:

    • Berry, David M.; Fagerjord, Anders. (2017). Digital Humanities: Knowledge and Critique in a Digital Age. Polity Press (ISBN 978-0-7456-9765-9), 191 pages
    • Fagerjord, Anders. (2015). Humanist evaluation methods in locative media design. Journal of Media Innovations; Volume 2(1), pp. 107-122
    • Fagerjord, Anders.(2015). The cloud, the store, and the millions of apps: SaaS on the little screen. In: There is no software, there are just services. Meson Press (ISBN 9783957960559), pp. 91-102


    Photo of Anders Olof LarssonAnders Olof Larsson

    Associate Professor
    Communication and Technology, Faculty of Management, Westerdals Oslo School of Arts
    Email: anders.larsson@westerdals.no
    Mobile phone: +47 47968780
    See also http://www.andersoloflarsson.se/

    What happens when "old" organizations meet "new" media? This question continues to be central to my research. Specifically, it has led to me primarily to explore two types of organizations - political parties and media outlets. While new media such as the Internet and so-called social media have the potential to increase various forms of interactivity between senders and receivers, my research often takes a critical stance towards the sometimes simplified, hyped idea that such interactions take place simply because a new technological innovation is introduced. By using novel methods for online data collection, informed by solid conceptual designs, I am thus primarily interested in engaging with empirical data to improve our knowledge of the spread of those innovative practices that are enabled by new media.

    Select publications:

    • Larsson, Anders Olof. (2017). Going viral? Comparing parties on social media during the 2014 Swedish election. Convergence. The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies; Volume 23(2) pp. 117-131
    • Larsson, Anders Olof. (2017). Som man spør, får man svar. Strukturerte spørreundersøkelser i praksis. In: Metodebok for kreative fag. Universitetsforlaget (ISBN 9788215027005) 
    • Larsson, Anders Olof. (2016). Online, All the Time? A Quantitative Assessment of the Permanent Campaign on Facebook. New Media and Society; Volume 18(2) pp. 274-292

    Photo of Anders Sundnes Løvlie
    Anders Sundnes Løvlie

    Assistant Professor
    IT-University of Copenhagen
    E-mail:  asun@itu.dk  

    My main research interests lie in the design of participatory media, in particular for mobile platforms. For my PhD I developed the textopia system, an experiment in «locative literature». Currently I am investigating online debate in Norway after the 22 July 2011 terrorist attacks, as well as mobile games for hybrid, cross-border public spaces.

    Select publications:

    • Løvlie, Anders Sundnes; Ihlebæk, Karoline Andrea & Larsson, Anders Olof. (2017). User Experiences with Editorial Control in Online Newspaper Comment Fields. Journalism Practice
    • Ihlebæk, Karoline Andrea; Løvlie, Anders Sundnes; Mainsah, Henry. (2013). Mer åpenhet, mer kontroll? Håndteringen av nettdebatten etter 22.juli. Norsk Medietidsskrift; Volume 20(3) pp. 223-241
    • Løvlie, Anders. (2013). Internering og normering - Om bruk og ikke- bruk av formell lov til å regulere forvaring av farlige personer i krisesituasjoner. In: Unntakstilstand og forfatning: Brudd og kontinuitet i konstitusjonell rett. Pax Forlag (ISBN 978-82-530-3634-2), pp. 279-298

    Arne H. KrumsvikPhoto of Arne H. Krumsvik

    Head of Department
    Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo
    E-mail: arne.krumsvik@media.uio.no

    Conditions for journalism and freedom of expression are my main research interests. This includes media economics and management, media policy, media technology, and media production.

    Select publications:

    • Krumsvik, Arne H. (2017). Redefining User Involvement in Digital News Media. Journalism Practice (ISSN 1751-2786. doi: 10.1080/17512786.2017.1279025)
    • Krumsvik, Arne H.; Kvale, Knut & Pedersen, Per Egil. (2017). Market Structure and Media Innovation Policies in Norway. In: Hans Van Kranenburg (ed.). Innovation Policies in the European News Media Industry. A Comparative Study. Springer (ISBN 978-3-319-45202-9), Chapter 12
    • Storsul, T. & Krumsvik, A. H. (Eds.). (2013). Media Innovations: A Multidisciplinary Study of Change. Gothenburg: Nordicom

    Arnt MaasøPhoto of Arnt Maasø

    Associate Professor
    Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo
    E-mail: arnt.maaso@media.uio.no

    My main research interests is music and media, and was head of the music streaming study within the Clouds & Concerts project in collaboration with WiMP and Telenor. Other research interests are sound in film and television, social media and media technology.

    Select publications:

    • Maasø, Arnt. (2016). Music Streaming, Festivals, and the Eventization of Music. Popular music and society, pp. 1-23
    • Maasø, Arnt. (2014). A better way to cut a cake and eat it too: On revenue share in music streaming and the value of platform economics. Medium. pp. –
    • Maasø, Arnt & Toldnes, Ragnhild. (2014). Mitt lille land: Sørgemusikk og sosiale strømmer. In: Musikk etter 22. juli. Norges musikkhøgskole, pp. 25-48

    Photo of Aske Kammer

    Aske Kammer

    Aske Kammer
    Assistant Professor
    The IT University of Copenhagen
    E-mail: aska@itu.dk
    See also www.AskeKammer.dk

    My research interest concerns the question about what happens to the old institutions and structures of society in a digital environment. Primarily, my focus is on media policy (including innovation policies), economy, and management, and on social media and the way they transform institutionalized social roles.

    Select publications:

    • Kammer, A. (2017). Market Structure and Innovation Policies in Denmark. In: Kranenburg, H. v. (ed.). Innovation Policies in the European News and Media Industry. Springer
    • Kammer, A. (2015). Post-Industrial Cultural Criticism: The everyday amateur expert and the online public sphere. Journalism Practice; Volume 9(6), pp. 872-889
    • Kammer, A., M. Boeck, J. V. Hansen, and L. J. H. Hauschildt. (2015). The free-to-fee transition: audiences’ attitudes to paying for online news. Journal of Media Business Studies; Volume 12(2) pp. 107-120

    Professor
    Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo
    E-mail: charles.ess@gmail.com

    Research interests: 

    Communication, New Media, and Culture; Information Ethics, Internet Research Ethics, and Culture; Computing and Philosophy; Digital Humanities.

    Select publications:

    • Ess, Charles Melvin. (2016). Can we say anything ethical about Digital Religion? Philosophical and methodological considerations. New Media and Society; Volume 19(1), pp. 34-42
    • Ess, Charles Melvin. (2016). Ethical Approaches for Copying Digital Artifacts: What Would the Exemplary Person (Junzi) / a Good Person [Phronemos] Say?. In: The Aesthetics and Ethics of Copying. Bloomsbury Academic (ISBN 9781474254519), pp. 295-313
    • Ess, Charles Melvin. (2016). What's love got to do with it?  Robots, sexuality, and the arts of being human. In: Social Robots: Boundaries, Potential, Challenges. Ash gate (ISBN 9781472474308), pp. 57-79

      Christian Fieseler

      Professor
      Nordic Centre for Internet & Society
      Department of Communication and Culture, BI Norwegian Business School
      E-mail: christian.fieseler@bi.no

      My research interests center on organizational identity, corporate social responsibility and computer-mediated-communication. My research is focused on the question how individuals and organizations adapt to the shift brought by new, social media, and how to design participative and inclusive spaces in this new media regime. In this field, I have over the last few years, worked extensively on unemployment and technology and new working modes.

      Select publications:

      • Bucher, Elian; Fieseler, Christian. (2016). The Flow of Digital Labor. New Media and Society, pp. 1-19
      • Bucher, Eliane; Fieseler, Christian; Lutz, Christoph. (2016). What's mine is yours (for a nominal fee) – Exploring the spectrum of utilitarian to altruistic motives for Internet-mediated sharing. Computers in Human Behavior; Volume 62. pp. 316-326
      • Feuls, Miriam; Fieseler, Christian; Meckel, Miriam; Suphan, Anne. (2014). Being Unemployed in the Age of Social Media. New Media and Society; Volume 18(6), pp. 944-965

      Christoph Lutz

      Assistant professor
      Nordic Centre for Internet & Society
      Department of Communication and Culture, BI Norwegian Business School
      E-mail: christoph.lutz@bi.no

      My research interests cover a broad spectrum of topics and lie in the field of social media and Internet-mediated communication. More specifically, I investigates online participation, privacy, serendipity, scientists’ use of social media (altmetrics), the sharing economy, and robots. 

      Select publications:

      • Blank, Grant; Lutz, Christoph. (2017). Representativeness of Social Media in Great Britain: Investigating Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and Instagram. American Behavioral Scientist; Volume 61(7) pp. 741-756
      • Blank, Grant; Lutz, Christoph. (2016). Benefits and harms from Internet Use: A differentiated analysis of Great Britain. New Media and Society, pp. 1-22
      • Bucher, Eliane; Fieseler, Christian; Lutz, Christoph. (2016). What's mine is yours (for a nominal fee) – Exploring the spectrum of utilitarian to altruistic motives for Internet-mediated sharing. Computers in Human Behavior; Volume 62. pp. 316-326

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      Elisabeth Brun

      PhD-candidate
      Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo
      E-mail: elisabeth.brun@media.uio.no

      Topic for PhD-project: 

      Idea-development in TV-production for cross-platform distribution. My project will explore the possibilities and needs for new methods in such creative processes.

      I am planning to map out the successful and less successful attempts in TV-production for today's “new media”, hoping to combine this accumulated knowledge with theoretical analysis and practical experimentation. My theoretical framework is media design theory and theory about classical rhetoric as a design tool. 

      Research interests:

      Media innovation, media design, media convergence, genre innovation, production culture, creative processes. 


      Gunnar LiestølPhoto of Gunnar Liestøl

      Professor
      Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo
      E-mail: gunnar.liestol@media.uio.no

      Main research activity is focused on location–based media and digital design based in humanistic approaches (rhetoric and narratology). In particular this includes combining practical design of prototyped genres, development of methodological procedures and theoretical considerations.

      For more information go to webpage.

      Select publications:

      • Liestøl, Gunnar; Ioannides, Marinos; Fink, E; Moropoulo, A; Hagedorn-Saupe, M; Fresa, Antonella; Rajcic, Vlatk & Grussenmeyer, Pierre. (2016). Digital Heritage. Progress in Cultural Heritage: Documentation, Preservation, and Protection. Springer. (ISBN 978-3-319-48974-2).
      • Smørdal, Ole; Liestøl, Gunnar & Erstad, Ola. (2016). Exploring situated knowledge building using mobile augmented reality. QWERTY - Interdisciplinary Journal of Technology, Culture and Education; Volume 11(1) pp. –
      • Hannemyr, Gisle; Liestøl, Gunnar; Lüders, Marika; Rasmussen, Terje. (2015). Digitale Medier. Teknologi, anvendelser og samfunn. Universitetsforlaget (ISBN 9788215025025)

      Jens BarlandPhoto of Jens Barland

      Associate Professor
      Media Management and Innovations, Norwegian University of Science and Technology 
      E-mail: jens.barland@ntnu.no

      My specialist field is the changes in the intersection among media and journalism at the one side, and commercial and technological developments on the other side. How are the media changing and developing in an era of digital transformation and market challenges? And how are media innovating within this development? A media management's perspective is often apparent in my research.

      My PhD project “Journalistikk for markedet” (Journalism for the Market) examines the market forces’ impact on journalism. By material from and interviews with managers in the media houses VG in Norway and Aftonbladet in Sweden, their newspapers as well as online editions, I am studying their strategies for market oriented development of journalistic products. Their owner Schibsted’s perspective is included.

      Select publications:

      • Barland, Jens. (2016). Innholdsmarkedsføring. Konsept, forretningsmodeller, juss, etikk og praksis. Cappelen Damm Akademisk (ISBN 978-82-02-53049-5), 248 pages 
      • Barland, Jens. (2016). Tekstreklame. Digitaliseringen løfter frem igjen journalistikkens eldste problem. Nordicom Information; Volume 38(1) pp. 61-68
      • Barland, Jens. (2015). Innovation for New Revenue Streams from Digital Readers: The Case of VG+. Journal of Media Innovations; Volume 2(1) pp. 123-130

      Professor II within Media Innovations
      Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo
      Senior Research Scientist, Telenor
      E-mail: knut.kvale@telenor.com

      A driving motivation for my research has been – and still is - to make the communication between humans and computers as natural and convenient as possible.
      I have therefore devoted my research to new human-machine interfaces, especially to speech-based and multimodal interfaces. These interfaces make many services more accessible and easier to use for normal able-bodied users  as well as disabled people, they open for new services and can save costs by automating manual services.
      In the last few years I have worked with a wide range of usability issues in Telenor, focusing on multi-channel customer experience. In this context I have contributed in the development of a framework for service design called Customer Journey Mapping. I am currently working with service design and service innovation with special focus on multi-channel customer experience.

      Select publications:

      • Følstad, Asbjørn; Haugstveit, Ida Maria; Kvale, Knut; Karahasanovic, Amela. (2016). Design Feedback from Users Through an Online Social Platform: Benefits and Limitations. Interacting with computers; Volume 28(4), pp. 421-436
      • Følstad, Asbjørn; Kvale, Knut. (2016). Customer journey measures: Adapting CX metrics for service design. Touchpoint; Volume 8(1), pp. 59-64
      • Halvorsrud, Ragnhild; Kvale, Knut; Følstad, Asbjørn. (2016). Improving service quality through customer journey analysis. Journal of service theory and practice; Volume 26(6), pp. 840-867

      Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Science, University of Nordland.
      E-mail: lisbeth.morlandsto@nord.no

      Lisbeth's research interests are innovation and change in local media, commentary journalism and the history and development of journalism research. Lisbeth has recently completed a project on the development of journalism research in the Scandinavian countries and a project on innovation and value creation in local media. Her current research project addresses commentary journalism in regional media, which involves colleagues and PhD-students from the University of Nordland.  

      Select publications:

      • Mathisen, Birgit Røe &  Morlandstø, Lisbeth. (2016). Kommentaren - en sjanger i endring. Cappelen Damm Akademisk (ISBN 978-82-02-49697-5)
      • Morlandstø, Lisbeth & Mathisen, Birgit Røe. (2016). Participation and Control. The interactions between editorial staff, technology and users in online commentary journalism. Digital Journalism
      • Mathisen, Birgit Røe & Morlandstø, Lisbeth. (2015). Regionale motstemmer i nasjonal offentlighet. Norsk Medietidsskrift; Volume 22(4) pp. 1-19

      Photo of Maria Konow-Lund Maria Konow-Lund

      Research Associate
      School of Journalism, Media and Culture, Cardiff University
      E-mail: konow-lundm@cardiff.ac.uk

      Dr. PhD Maria Konow-Lund is presently a Marie Curie Slodowska-fellow at Cardiff University. Maria has published for numerous academic media outlets. Her research interests mainly focus upon: journalism innovation, media entrepreneurship, journalism practice, journalism and social media, journalism during terror and crises, investigative journalism including transnational collaboration, feature journalism and emotions, subjectivity and journalistic practice, local and national collaboration within journalism, and supervision of Master students. Her recent research is featured in academic outlets such as Digital Journalism, Journalism Practice, Nordicom and Routledge Companion to Media and Humanitarian Action (2017). In addition to this, Maria has extensive experience as a journalist from broadcasting both as a journalist and producer. She has won several awards for her journalism, as well as writing four books for children. At present her research focus is on investigative journalism and changing technology, innovation and new funding models.

      Selected publications:


      Portrait Marika LudersMarika Lüders

      Associate professor
      Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo
      E-mail: marika.luders@media.uio.no

      The core themes of my research relate to human experience of digital media and their social and societal implications. I have in particular examined social media: social media practices among young people; use and non-use of social media among older people; the potential of social media as collaborative knowledge-sharing tools in organizations; social media as journalistic news-sources; and the potential democratic implications of social media. In order to identify user-patterns and consequences of media innovations we need to understand how humans make sense of new technologies and services. We might expect certain user-patterns because they are technically possible. Yet a close-examination of motivations, user-experiences, and organizational contexts reveals the importance of human agency as well as the materiality of media. 

      Research interests: 

      Media innovations, social media, streaming, human-computer interaction, human-centred design, service design, service innovation. 

      Select Publications:

      • Lüders, Marika; Gjevjon, Edith Roth. (2017).  Being old in an always-on culture: Older people's perceptions and experiences of online communication. The Information Society; Volume 33(2) pp. 64-75
      • Brandtzæg, Petter Bae; Haugstveit, Ida Maria; Lüders, Marika; Følstad, Asbjørn. (2016). How Should Organizations Adapt to Youth Civic Engagement in Social Media? A Lead User Approach. Interacting with computers; Volume 28(5) pp. 664-679
      • Lüders, Marika. (2016). Innovating with Users Online? How Network Characteristics Affect Collaboration for Innovation. Journal of Media Innovations; Volume 3(1) pp. 4-22

      Niamh Ní BhroinPhoto of Niamh Ní Bhroin

      Postdoctoral Fellow
      Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo
      E-mail: n.n.bhroin@media.uio.no

      My PhD project, entitled 'Lost in Space: Social Media-Innovation and Minority Language Use' explored how users of minority languages are empowered to create new opportunities for communication in Social Media.  I'm particularly interested in exploring:

      • Processes of technological standardization through which users needs are determined and considered relevant;
      • Processes of technological instrumentalization and the empowering capabilities that users require in order to participate in these; and,
      • Processes of 'Social Media-Innovation' and how these are influenced by the hybrid commercial and social contexts in which they take place. 
      • I'm also interested in ethical issues related to researching computer mediated communication.

      Select Publications:

      • Ní Bhroin, N. (2015). Social Media-Innovation: The Case of Indigenous Tweets. The Journal of Media Innovations; Volume 2(1) pp. 89-106
      • Skogerbø, E., Josefsen, E. and Ní Bhroin, N. (2015). Samepolitikk på dagsordenen. In. P. Selle and B. Bjerkli (Eds.). Samepolitikkens Utvikling. Gylendal Akademisk (ISBN 9788205482623), pp. 249-273
      • Ní Bhroin, N. (2013). Small Pieces in a Social Innovation Puzzle? Exploring the Motivations of Minority Language Users in Social Media. In: T. Storsul and A.H. Krumsvik. (2013). Media Innovations: A Multidisciplinary Study of Change. Nordicom

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      Petter Bae Brandtzæg

      Senior Research Scientist
      SINTEF ICT
      E-mail: Petter.B.Brandtzag@sintef.no

      Petter Bae Brandtzæg holds a PhD in communications and media studies and a master in psychology. He has been researching Internet usage for more than 12 years, in particular with a focus on social media. He is currently a Senior Research Scientist at SINTEF ICT, Department of Software and Service Innovation, in Oslo, Norway.

      Main research focus:

      • Social computing/social media
      • Motivations of user-generated content contributors
      • Innovation, social capital and privacy in social media
      • User behaviour and user types in new media.

      Select publications:

      • Brandtzæg, Petter Bae. (2017). Facebook is no "great equalizer": A big data approach to gender differences in civic engagement across countries. Social science computer review; Volume 35(1) pp. 103-125
      • Brandtzæg, Petter Bae. (2016). The Social Media Natives: The Relationship between Young Peoples’ Media User Type and their Media Use at School. In: Digital Expectations and Experiences in Education. Sense Publishers (ISBN 9789463006460), pp. 149-162
      • Brandtzæg, Petter Bae; Haugstveit, Ida Maria; Lüders, Marika; Følstad, Asbjørn. (2015). Participation Barriers to Youth Civic Engagement in Social Media. In: ICWSM: Proceedings of the Ninth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, 26-29 May 2015, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. AAAI Press (ISBN 9781577357339), pp. 578-81

      Terje Colbjørnsen Terje Colbjørnsen 

      Associate Professor
      Department of Archivistics, Library and Information Science, OsloMet
      E-mail: terjec@oslomet.no

      My PhD research examined the digital strategies of Norwegian book publishers and the changing face of the book industry in an age of digitalization and internationalization. The research integrates sociological and humanities-based perspectives with approaches from media management and innovation theory. Via case studies and empirical investigations of the frameworks for book publishing in Norway, the project aims at an understanding of strategy, innovation and institutional change in the publishing industry.

      Select publications:

      • Colbjørnsen, Terje (2018). Algoritmens ansikt: Brukeropplevelser av kvalitet og relevans i algoritmiske anbefalinger på kulturfeltet. Prytz, Øyvind Hovden, Jan Fredrik (Red.), Kvalitetsforhandlinger. kap. 17. s. 465-486. Fagbokforlaget.
      • Colbjørnsen, Terje. (2017). Debating freedom of expression in Norwegian media: Critical moments, positions and arguments. In: Boundary Struggles: Contestations of Free Speech in the Norwegian Public Sphere. Cappelen Damm Akademisk (ISBN 978-82-02-53503-2), pp. 165-194
      • Colbjørnsen, Terje. (2017). Åpenhet i det digitale bibliotek: Om politiske føringer og gnisninger mellom kommersiell bokbransje og bibliotek i en digital tid. In: Det åpne bibliotek: Forskningsbibliotek i endring. Cappelen Damm Akademisk 2017 (ISBN 9788202571863), pp. 23-49
      • Colbjørnsen, Terje. (2016). Kritiske øyeblikk i norsk ytringsfrihetsdebatt: en analyse av forekomster av omtaler av ytringsfrihet og pressefrihet i norske aviser 1993-015. Sosiologisk Tidsskrift; Volum 24(3) pp. 170-199

      Photo of Tijana Milosevic Tijana Milosevic

      Postdoctoral researcher
      Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo
      E-mail: tijana.milosevic@media.uio.no

      I've been researching children, young people and digital media with a specific focus on social media companies' policies against cyberbullying and harassment. I have also examined children's privacy from commercial data collection, and especially in the context of internet of things and specifically toys. I am a member of the EU Kids Online research network, where I developed the survey module on digital citizenship, which is another field of study that I am interested in. I am hoping to expand the study of citizenship with the focus on children's interaction with robots and robot design, in collaboration with Niamh Ni Bhroin.

      Selected publications:

      • Milosevic, T. (2018). Protecting Children Online? Cyberbullying Policies of Social Media Companies. The MIT Press.
      • Holloway, D., Milosevic, T., & Jorge, A. (2017). Framing risks around smart toys. In G. Mascheroni, & D. Holloway (Eds.) The Internet of Toys: A report on media and social discourses around young children and IoToys. DigiLitEY.
      • Staksrud, E., & Milosevic, T. (2017). Adolescents and Children in Global Media Landscape: From Risks to Rights. Annals of the International Communication Association. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23808985.2017.1387503
      • Montgomery, K., Chester, J., & Milosevic, T. (2017). Children’s Privacy in the Big Data Era: Research Opportunities. Pediatrics (supplement). Retrieved from: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/140/Supplement_2/S117
      • Milosevic, T. (2016). Social Media Companies’ Cyberbullying Policies. International Journal of Communication, 10, 22.

        Photo of Yngvar KjusYngvar Kjus

        University lecturer
        Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo
        E-mail: yngvar.kjus@media.uio.no

        My research focuses on media production across multiple platforms and online music mediation. I was recently postdoc in the research project Clouds and Concerts which investigated innovations in live and recorded music mediation in contemporary music culture.

        Research interests:

        Media production, cultural industries, popular culture, popular music, television, public service media, cultural politics, music mediation, media consumption, new media technology, digitisation.

        Select publications:

        • Danielsen, Anne; Kjus, Yngvar. (2017). The Mediated Festival: Live Music as Trigger of Music Streaming and Social Media Engagement. Convergence. The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies.
        • Kjus, Yngvar. (2017). Harmonious or out of Tune: Cooperation between the Television Industry and the Music Business in Talent Contests of the 2000s. Media Culture and Society, pp. 1-16
        • Kjus, Yngvar. (2016). Musical Exploration via Streaming Services: The Norwegian Experience. Popular Communication; Volume 14(3) pp. 127-136
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