ScreenMe met with Start-Ups

Start-up entrepreneurs in the media field need different resources, knowledge and skills, as well as working partnerships to operate successfully. It is a well-known fact that universities play an important role in all ecosystems of business, especially start-up companies Read More


How to make the most impact of your research on media entrepreneurship?

Post written by: Päivi Maijanen-Kyläheiko and Heritiana Renaud Ranaivoson

2nd ScreenME webinar: a spotlight on entrepreneurship research

What is media entrepreneurship? Why is it important to research media entrepreneurship? Read More


ScreenMe-Net Tallinn University team met with Media Industry

The constant onslaught of new technologies, platformization and general mediaization are challenges that require various market participants to form cooperation and a common vision between entrepreneurs and the university. Read More


What are the challenges and opportunities in building your career in academia?

Post written by: Päivi Maijanen-Kyläheiko and Heritiana Renaud Ranaivoson

1st ScreenME webinar: a spotlight on Early Stage Researchers

How to find the right journal for your publication? Single-authored or co-authored publication? Read More


ScreenMe-Net Project Partner Meeting

Post written by: Niall O’Leary

The ScreenMe Net project partners met on Friday the 12th of November to discuss teaching excellence, building networks and methods of stakeholder engagement. The meeting was led by Dr. Niall O’Leary from the Hincks Centre. 17 representatives from the project partners participated and 5 guest speakers were invited to present. Read More


Young scholars, how to develop your teaching and research skills?

A publishing strategy and research and teaching skills are crucial to thrive in the competitive academic world. But what can be advised to young scholars regarding research and teaching? How can they find their own path? Read More


How to Enable Long-Term Collaboration between Universities and Societal Actors: A ScreenME Study Visit to the Media, Management, and Transformation Centre

Post written by: Thomas Cyron

The third mission requires well-functioning collaboration between universities and societal actors, such as policy makers and industry practitioners. How can universities enable such collaboration? How can such collaborations work in the long term? The ScreenME project members discussed these questions in a recent study visit to the Media, Management, and Transformation Centre (MMTC) at the Jönköping International Business School. The purpose was to learn from each other how we can best enable long-term collaboration with the media industry. Incidentally, it was also the first time that some of the ScreenME partners met face to face – a great experience! Read More


ScreenMe Project First Newsletter

We are happy to present the first issue of the ScreenMe project newsletter. In this edition you will find an introduction to the ScreenMe project and information about activities. Read More


Thomas Cyron from Jönköping International Business School

Thomas, tell us a bit about yourself: What is your background and what do you research on?

My research background is in entrepreneurship and stakeholder communication, where I studied how different media and modes of communication shape feedback processes in new venture ideation. My ongoing research remains within this domain: Broadly, I am interested in how entrepreneurs communicate using all kinds of media and modes and how that shapes different aspects of how new organizations emerge. Last year, I have started my own business together with a friend of mine (if you like bicycles, check out www.grepp.cc) and the experiences support my previous hunch that communication is an critical dimension in entrepreneurship that so far has received only limited research attention. Read More


Cathrin Helen Bengesser from Aarhus University

Cathrin, tell us a bit about yourself: What is your background and what do you research on?

I am an Assistant Professor for Digital Media Industries at Aarhus University’s Media and Journalism Department. My research currently focuses on national and EU media policy, regarding PSM and the regulation of the VoD market. In September, I started a 2.5 year research project on the European VoD market funded by the Aarhus University Research Fund. The project investigates the role the media-systemic traditions and media ecology play in the way local players respond to the competition from US-based global VoDs. The markets I will focus on are Denmark, Germany and Estonia. Read More


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