Join us on on Thursday for the CMS/W colloquium with Rutgers University’s Philip Napoli, author most recently of Audience Evolution: New Technologies and the Transformation of Media Audiences. We last saw Phil in January 2012, when he spoke to us about the “‘Institutionally Effective’ Audience” (podcast).
Ahead of his talk, we’d like to feature a bit more of his work from the last few years:
- Automated Media: An Institutional Theory Perspective on Algorithmic Media Production and Consumption, in Communication Theory, August 2014.
- Translating diversity to Internet governance, with Kari Karppinen in First Monday, December 2013.
- Retransmission Consent and Broadcaster Commitment to Localism, in CommLaw Conspectus, 2012.
- Audience Evolution and the Future of Audience Research, in JMM: The International Journal on Media Management, Apr-Jun 2012.