"Newspapers in the converged media landscape: Media multitasking, business models and eReading” seminar 15.6.

We invite you to an afternoon seminar on the theme ”Newspapers in the converged media landscape: Media multitasking, business models and eReading”, organized by the Communicum project in cooperation with the Communication Research Centre CRC (University of Helsinki), the Next Media research programme and Aalto University Media Factory.

The seminar will be held on Friday 15th of June between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. at the University of Helsinki, Faculty of Social Sciences (Unioninkatu 37, lecture room 1049).

The seminar offers Finnish and international perspectives on aspects of convergence that affect newspapers in the contemporary media landscape. These include media multitasking, electronic versions of newspapers and the new business models that could possibly be applied in the converged media ecosystem.
To participate in the workshop, please register at http://tinyurl.com/communicum-seminar by June 12th.

Program:

14.00-14.05 Opening of the seminar, Mikko Villi, Aalto University
14.05-14.40 New service concepts in cross-media publishing, Merja Helle, Head of Research, Aalto ARTS
14.40-15.15 eReader and beyond, Artur Lugmayr, Professor for entertainment and media production management, Tampere University of Technology
15.15-16.00 Business models, Professor Elena Vartanova, Faculty of Journalism, Moscow State University and Researcher Johanna Grüblbauer, Institute for Media Economics, St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences
Refreshments will be served after the seminar.

Contact:

Mikko Villi, ([ät]aalto.fi), mob. +358-50-5692149

Information about the Communicum project

The Department of Communication at Aalto ECON and Media and Communication Studies at the Department of Social Research at the University of Helsinki set in motion the Communicum project in late 2010. The aim of the project is to facilitate collaboration between researchers, teachers and students of communication at Aalto University and the University of Helsinki. The premise of the project is that collaboration between the departments synergistically increases their critical mass – ”collaboration and cooperation rather than competition”. During the process also Aalto ARTS Department of Media and Aalto SCI Department of Media Technology have joined the Communicum project, as well as the Department of Economics and Management at the University


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