Crossmedia cultures. Giovani e pratiche di consumo digitali

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Crossmedia cultures. Youth and digital consumer practices

Barbara Scifo (Editor), Nicoletta Vittadini (Editor), Francesca Pasquali (Editor)

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The pervasive nature of digital and network media from web 2.0 to personal media defines a complex scenario in which subjects move and make their choices. A scenario where generalist television coexists with multi-channel and thematic television; where the traditional distribution of media content is mixed with new forms of circulation online and peer to peer; where the one-to-one communication methods of the telephone are intertwined with many-to-many forms of blogs and social networks, in which institutional contents live alongside user-generated content. Faced with this scenario and starting from a series of empirical research conducted at the OssCom - Center for Research on Media and Communication at the Catholic University, the volume focuses on the cross-media consumption of young Italians and is based on three major issues: the interpersonal communication practices mediated, the emergence of new productive practices and the redefinition of television consumption.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Crossmedia cultures. Youth and digital consumer practices
Original languageItalian
PublisherVita e Pensiero
Number of pages254
ISBN (Print)9788834317938
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Publication series

NameStrumenti - Media spettacolo e processi culturali

Keywords

  • UGC
  • comunicazione interpersonale mediata
  • consumi digitali
  • crossmedia audiences
  • digital consumptions
  • digital television
  • domestication
  • giovani
  • multipiattaforma
  • multiplatform
  • personal mediated communication
  • tv digitale
  • youth

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