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Lublin References


References used in Keynote Lecture at ECREA RAdio Relations 2017 in Lublin.

Berry, Richard (2014) “The future of radio is the internet, not on the internet”  in Radio: The Resilient Medium Eds: Oliveira, M., Stachyra, G., Starkey, G. Sunderland: Centre for Research in Media and Cultural Studies, pp.3-15.

Bonini T (2015) The ‘second age’ of podcasting: reframing podcasting as a new digital mass medium. Quaderns del CAC 41 18(July): 21–30.

boyd, danah (2006) ‘A blogger’s Blog: exploring the definition of a medium’ Reconstruction 6(4) – http://reconstruction.eserver.org/064/boyd.shtml

Burgess, Jean, Green, Joshua. (2009). YouTube. Cambridge, England: Polity.

Dubber, Andrew (2013) Radio in the Digital Age.  Cambridge, UK: Polity

Huntsberger, Michael & Stavitksy, Alan G (2007) “The New ‘Podagogy’: incorporating Podcasting into Journalism Education” – Accessed via: http://digitalcommons.linfield.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1006&context=mscmfac_pubs

Lindgren, Mia.(2014) ‘This Australian life’: The Americanisation of radio storytelling in Australia [online]. Australian Journalism Review, Vol. 36, No. 2, Dec 2014: 63-75

Lacey, Kate. (2008). Ten years of radio studies: The very idea. Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media, 6(1), pp.21-32

Lotz, Amanda (2017) ‘Portals: A treatise on internet distributed television’ Michigan, Maize Books

Markman, Kris (2012) Doing radio, making friends, and having fun: Exploring the motivations of independent audio podcasters, New Media and Society, Volume 14(4) pp547-565

Markman, Kris. and Sawyer, Caroline. (2014). Why Pod? Further Explorations of the Motivations for Independent Podcasting. Journal of Radio & Audio Media, 21(1), pp.20-35

Menduni, Enrico. (2007). “Four steps in innovative radio broadcasting: From QuickTime to podcasting” The Radio Journal – International Studies in Broadcast and Audio Media 5(1) pp9-18

Meserko, Vincent. (2015). The pursuit of authenticity on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast.’ Continuum, 29(6), pp.796-810.

Murray, Simone. (2009). Servicing ‘self-scheduling consumers’: Public broadcasters and audio podcasting. Global Media and Communication, 5(2), pp.197-219.

The New School. (2015). Serial and the Podcast Explosion | Journalism+Design. [Online Video]. 06 February. Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HM6M69v6u7o. Accessed: 14 January 2016

Pedersen, Brigette Stougard & Have, Iben (2012) ‘Conceptualising the audiobook experience’ Sound Effects 2(2) 80-94

Pérez, J. Ignacio Gallego (2012). Podcasting in Spain: A new business model or a reflection of traditional radio?. Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media, 10(1), pp.23-34

Ragusea, Adam. (2015). Three ways podcasts and radio actually aren’t quite the same. [online] Current.org. Available at: http://current.org/2015/07/three-ways-podcasts-and-radio-actually-arent-quite-the-same/

Sterne, Jonathan, Morris, Jeremy, Brendan Baker, Michael, Moscote Freire, Ariana (2008) “The Politics of Podcasting” Fibreculture Issue 13 (FCJ – 087) Accessed via: http://thirteen.fibreculturejournal.org/fcj-087-the-politics-of-podcasting/ Accessed December 2015

Tacchi J (2000) The need for radio theory in the digital age. International Journal of Cultural Studies 3(2): 289–298.

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