Intellect is pleased to announce that Journal of Digital Media & Policy 12.3 is out now!
Special Issue: ‘The Changing Face of the EU’s Audiovisual Media Policy’ edited by Krisztina Rozgonyi and Sally Broughton Micova.
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Aims and Scope
The Journal of Digital Media & Policy (formerly known as International Journal of Digital Television) aims to analyse and explain the sociocultural, political, economic and technological questions surrounding digital media and address the policy issues facing regulators globally.This double-blind-peer-reviewed journal brings together and shares the work of academics, policy-makers and practitioners, offering lessons from one another’s experience. Content is broad and varied, ranging from a mixture of critical work on technology, industry and regulatory convergence, to the emerging wider socio-cultural and political questions such as the application of online networks, the rise of cloud computing and the Internet of Things. We intend to examine critically emerging wider questions such as the role of ‘digital citizens’, the regulatory environment for the new platform industry and the role of state regulation in an increasingly global media industry.
Special Issue: ‘The Changing Face of the EU’s Audiovisual Media Policy’
KRISZTINA ROZGONYI AND SALLY BROUGHTON MICOVA
‘Signal integrity’ in the Audiovisual Media Services Directive: Process, positions and policies examined and explained
ADELAIDA AFILIPOAIE, STEVEN DEWAELE AND KAREN DONDERS
Advertising funded video-sharing platforms under the revised AVMSD: Commercial communication functionalities
SALLY BROUGHTON MICOVA AND IVANA KOSTOVSKA
The AVMSD as a harmonized approach to moderating hate speech?
Who’s sovereign? The AVMSD’s country of origin principle and video-sharing platforms
European audiovisual media policy in the age of global video on demand services: A case study of Netflix in the Netherlands
DAPHNE R. IDIZ, KRISTINA IRION, JORIS EBBERS AND RENS VLIEGENTHART
(Un)welcome guests: Transnational video-on-demand and the new European works quotas in Italy
ALESSANDRO D’ARMA AND GIOVANNI GANGEMI
‘Netflix tax’ from the perspective of national and EU audiovisual policies and what it brings to film funding in small states
TANJA KERŠEVAN SMOKVINA
Intermediary roles in the transposition of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive into domestic legislation: Evidence from Spain
The user, the platform and the regulator: Empowering users in the implementation of new rules for video-sharing platforms
The regulation of video-sharing platforms and harmful content in Ireland and Europe
Reclaiming digital democracy: A need for inauguration of regulated digital sovereignty
JEAN-FRANÇOIS FURNÉMONT AND ASJA ROKŠA-ZUBČEVIĆ
The Palgrave Handbook of Methods for Media Policy Research, Hilde van den Bulck, Manuel Puppis, Karen Donders and Leo van Audenhove (eds) (2019)
MONROE E. PRICE AND STEFAAN G. VERHULST
The Future of Cultural Policies, Phillippe Kern (2020)