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The indicative programme for the conference is now available.
The final programme will be announced as soon as possible, so make sure to download the right version before the conference starts. We are excited to see you there!
Download the indicative programme here.
Registration for the International Symposium on Media Innovations is now open.
Friday 31 August: 9.00-15.00: Academic program, 15.00-17.30: Business program, 18.00-21.00: Tapas dinner.
Saturday 1 September 9.00-16.30: Academic program.
Fill in the registration form to register.
CRMI is a co-host of a seminar and roundtable discussion on Digital Research Methods and Ethics. 1 December 2017 09.00-15.00 at room 205, Department of Media and Communciation, UiO.
On September 14 Anders Fagerjord and David M. Berry presented their new book "Digital Humanities" at the House of Literature in Oslo.
The Stream research project hosted a breakfast seminar last week, followed by the launch of Hendrik Spilker's new book "Digital Music Distribution: The Sociology of Online Music Streams".
The Omaha Beach app lets you stand on the beach in Normandy and experience D-Day on your smartphone. See the demo video of the app developed by Professor Gunnar Liestøl here.
This Tuesday, CRMI had the pleasure of hosting a lecture by Visiting Professor in Media Innovations, Lucy Küng.
New issue of The Journal of Media Innovations is out. Exciting articles on Netflix, venture capital, creative work, robot journalism, and the media's lack of technical savvy.
CeRMI had the pleasure of hosting a lunch seminar with Associate Professor II, Stefania Milan.
In a room packed with academics from the university, as well as other institutes, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research New England, Nancy Baym, held a guest lecture at the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo.
The STREAM-project has received more than nine million Norwegian kroner in funding from the Research Council of Norway.
The Department has prolonged the contract with professor II Lucy Küng, and we are looking forward to the continuation of our cooperation. In addition, IMK has engaged Stefania Milan as Associate Professor II at the University of Oslo.
Human intimate relationships with robots is a topic that researchers disagree on. CeRMI-member Dr. Charles Ess commented on the topic to Sky News after his keynote address at the 12th Human Computers and Choice Conference in Manchester last week.
CeRMI is proud to announce that Yngvar Kjus, Marika Lüders and Elisabeth Brun have joined the Centre.
On 2 June, Julie M. M. Lassen presented her PhD project to members of CeRMI and other interested at IMK. The project is called From broadcaster to multiplatform player – Public Service Television in the era of post-broadcasting.
This year's CeRMI General Meeting will take place on 2 June 2016, from 3.15 pm to 4 pm. In room 418 at IMK.
On Thursday 2 June at 2 pm (not 15 minutes past), Julie M.M. Lassen, visiting PhD student from the University of Copenhagen, will present her PhD project for CeRMI. Room 418 at IMK.
After a number of requests, we have extended the deadline for 750-word abstracts to this year’s International Symposium on Media Innovations to 1 June 2016.
The fifth International Symposium on Media Innovations will be held at the University of Oslo, Norway, October 13 and 14, 2016. Call for abstracts: 750-word extended abstracts due 15 May 2016.
Dr. Arne H. Krumsvik and Dr. Aske Kammer, both CeRMI members, will be attending the panel “Best practices of innovation policies in the news media industry” during the World Media Economics and Management Conference 2016.
CeRMI invites scholars from other educational institutions to join our Visitors Program. In April this year, Dr. Aske Kammer from Denmark was the first visiting fellow to join the Program.
CeRMI Director Charles Ess will be one of the two keynote speakers at an ECREA conference in Salzburg on Friday 27 November.
This week, Professor II Dr. Lucy Küng, has been visiting CeRMI. She gave a public lecture about innovations and digital news, followed by a panel discussion with comments from Sindre Østgård (CEO of Tinius Trust).