Project leader, responsible for research area "Concerts"
Anne Danielsen Project leader, responsible for research area "Concerts" Anne Danielsen is Professor in Popular Music Studies in the Department of Musicology, University of Oslo. She is chair of the project and responsible for the subproject entitled ‘Live in the era of digital mediation’. She has published widely on groove and music production and is the author of Presence and Pleasure: The Funk Grooves of James Brown and Parliament and editor of Musical Rhythm in the Age of Digital Reproduction.
Project leader, Responsible for research area "Clouds"
Arnt Maasø is Associate Professor of Media Studies at the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo. He heads the study of music streaming within the Clouds & Concerts project in collaboration with WiMP Music and Telenor. His research interests include music and sound in film and television, social media, media technology and communication theory (see department website at the University)
PhD in Media Studies from the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo, with the thesis Event media (2009). Since then he has worked in the analytics unit at the Norwegian broadcaster NRK, Adviser in The Norwegian Media Authority (2009-2010), and Senior adviser in the Research and Development section of Arts Council Norway (2010-2012).
Anja Nylund Hagen
Anja Nylund Hagen holds an MA in Media Studies, with a thesis on live pop-/rock concerts. From 2007-2011 she worked in the press department at NRK as event coordinator for several music festivals and as Head of Press for the Eurovision Song Contest. She has arranged several concerts for the booking group Redyellowcab, been part of the Demo Committee for by:Larm, and is a member of the board of Musikkfest, Oslo.
Ola Løvholm is Research Assistant on the Clouds and Concerts project. He has a BSc in Digital Media from the University of Oslo and an MSc by Research in Digital Media and Culture from the University of Edinburgh. His interests of research lies in the intersection between emerging digital technology and its use. When not working on Clouds and Concerts Ola works on web-development, programming, prototyping and experimentation.
Xin Jian (2013)
Wenche Nag (2013)
Kenth Engø-Monsen (2010-2011)
Johannes Bjelland (2010-2013)
Pål Sundsøy (2010-2013)
Beathe Due (2010-2013)
Ragnhild Toldnes (2012-2013)
After completing my Bachelor in Media Studies at the Institute for Media and Communication in 2010, I continued on with Master studies. Music is a huge interest, and I'm an enthusiastic concert and festival participant. For several years I have volunteered and worked for Øyafestivalen and Roskilde Festival.
Inger Helseth (2012-2013)
Inger Helseth completed her Bachelor's degree in Musicology at the University of Oslo in Spring 2010, and in Fall 2011 she started the Master's program at the Institute of Musicology. Between her Bachelor ́s degree and her Master ́s studies, Inger spent a year with a further educational programme in conducting at the Norwegian Academy of Music. Inger also works as a choir conductor, and is a permanent member of the prestigious chamber choir Schola Cantorum.
Helena Zarifa Pedersen (2012-2013)
Pedersen holds a Bachelor of Science: digital media at the Department of Informatics, 2011. She is now studying Master in Informatics: design, use and interaction at the same department. Previously, she studied graphic design at Norges Kreative Fagskole in Bergen and Oslo.
Ada Sandnes (2012-2013)
Sandnes has a bachelor’s degree in Media Studies from the University of Oslo, and started the Master’s program at the Department of Media and Communication in fall 2011. In addition to her studies, she works at NRK and Radio Nova.
Henrik Sanner Kristensen (2013-2014)
Kristensen has a Bachelor’s degree in Media Studies from the University of Oslo, and started the Master’s program at the Department of Media and Communication in the fall of 2012. He is writing his master's thesis on the every day use of playlists in the music streaming services Spotify and WiMP. In addition to his studies, he works at Platekompaniet and as journalist at Radio Nova.
Magnus Indregard (2013-2014)
Indregard has a bachelor's degree in Media Studies from the University of Oslo. Since 2004 he has been working with content management, analysis and development of renowned webpages as MSN.no and netcom.no. Ingregard is currently writing his master thesis about mobile usage on concerts and festivals.
Gro Kirkeby (2013-2014)
Kirkeby received her Master's degree in Media Studies from the University of Oslo, which focused on PR and propaganda, primarily through humanitarian organizations roles in political debate in the media. Previoulsy she has worked as an analyst in the Swedish analysis bureau Mediapilot. In addition, she has experience as a journalist, from one of the largest travel magazines in Norway, Magasinet Reiselyst, and the newspaper Adresseavisen.
Frederik Holm Højvang Rasmussen (2015-2016)
Rasmussen holds a bachelor’s degree in Media Studies from the University of Oslo, and started his master’s in Media Studies in the fall 2015. During his bachelor’s he did an internship at NRK’s analytics department, and during his master’s he has worked as a guest lecturer and a teaching assistant.