How far can you go to interest policymakers in your research?

Post written by: Heritiana Ranaivoson

On June 4, the 3rd ScreenME-Net online workshop took place, organized by imec-SMIT (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), and open to all project partners. The objective was to identify common research priorities and methods. An emphasis was put on how such research priorities and methods can inform policy-makers. In such endeavor, we could benefit from the outcomes of the two previous workshops organized respectively by LUT School of Business and Management and Jönköping International Business School, and by Aarhus University; and from the outcomes of the VUB Symposium on Netflix’s development and current positioning in the EU organized on June 3. Read More

How can researchers and universities network without having physically met?

The latest workshop on May 19-20 was arranged by members of the ScreenMe consortium from Aarhus University: Mads Møller Tommerup Andersen, Jakob Isak Nielsen and Hanne Bruun. During this two-day workshop, almost 20 European researchers introduced ideas and interest around research of screen media entrepreneurship and trends in media industries and society. From these briefs raised possible paths that the diverse ScreenME network as a research and knowledge hub could lean towards in future.

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“Networked world is beautiful. And it destroys the traditional journalistic processes”

The quote by Jukka Niva well expresses the challenges and beauty of the networked society. It, as concluded at the ScreenME-Net workshop on industry-academia collaboration May 11-12, is one of the themes that media scholars should address with their research. The journalists claimed that traditional ways of creating content are not applicable to the  bottom-up social movements, where it is often unclear who is responsible and whom to turn to for the credible information.Read More

SceenME-Net project kicks-off!

4-5th of February the ScreenME-Net consortium met over Zoom to kick off the 3-year project. During the 2-day meeting extended teams of around 20 people from 7 different universities and financing bodies, gave presentations, discussed aims and means achieving them.

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