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We will through this blog give you an insight into what we are working on and update you on subjects related to streaming.

  • Hendrik Spilkers new article about spatial and flexible viewing patterns of Twitch users Jan. 24, 2019 12:15 PM
    STREAM-team member Hendrik Spilker´s new article got published in October 2018 by Information, Communication, and Society. The article is about how the popularity of Twitch.tv challenges old and new ideas about television viewing, with the emphasize on ‘spatial switching’ and ‘affective switching’. The article gives you an insight into how linear-TV is re-emerging in novel... Fortsett lesing →
  • Endringer i strømmekulturen våren 2018 June 28, 2018 12:00 PM
    Forskningsområdet vi står ovenfor er i stadig endring. Året har bydd på blant annet nye lanseringer, statistikk om endrede medievaner og skandaler i strømmeverdenen. La oss oppdatere deg på forskning og utvikling vi har vært opptatt av i første halvdel av 2018. (Bilde av: Tookapic on Pexels.com) Nordmenn strømmer mest musikk – særlig unge Medienorge publiserte... Fortsett lesing →
  • “Internett” er dødt – internettene har tatt over June 7, 2018 9:26 AM
    I 2011 lanserte Levine begrepet «the Splinternet» for å betegne hvordan det åpne Internett var i ferd med å transformeres til et lappeteppe av inngjerdete hager beskyttet av passord, medlemskap og betalingsmurer. Ingen steder ses denne utviklingen tydeligere enn innenfor feltet vi forsker på i STREAM. I alle år har jeg mast på studentene mine... Fortsett lesing →
  • STREAM goes to London Apr. 26, 2018 8:14 PM
    The STREAM team, or at least four fifths of it, has been to London. Hendrik Spilker, Anders Fagerjord, Marika Lüders and Terje Colbjørnsen went to the Media Industries Conference at King’s College 18-20 April 2018. We presented some first findings from the STREAM project and had a splendid good time, and not just because London... Fortsett lesing →
  • Offers you can’t refuse? Apr. 6, 2018 1:59 PM
    By: Marika Lüders, 06.04.2018 When Spotify was launched in Sweden in 2008 and throughout large parts of the world in consecutive years, the service was an offer almost too good to be true. A decade later, people pay for streaming services they actually use.   Spotify insists on retaining the two-tire freemium/premium model, yet services... Fortsett lesing →
  • A Swedish breakthrough for streaming books Mar. 8, 2018 1:55 PM
    Av Terje Colbjørnsen, 07.03.2018. When we talk about streaming, it is most often with reference to Spotify and Netflix (possibly also YouTube). The STREAM project attempts to widen the frame of reference by also looking at other services and by considering other industries than music, film and television. Take, for instance, the book industry. In... Fortsett lesing →
  • Nye og bedre forskningsspørsmål Feb. 22, 2018 10:37 AM
    Vi har nå finjustert og ferdigstilt våre fire forskningsspørsmål med fokus på bruk, interaksjon, teknologi og økonomi.
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