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Amateur media : social, cultural and legal perspectives

Autor: Dan Hunter
Verlag: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, N.Y. : Routledge, ©2013.
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"The rise of Web 2.0 has pushed the amateur to the forefront of public discourse, public policy and media scholarship. Typically non-salaried, non-specialist and untrained in media production, amateur producers are now seen as key drivers of the creative economy. But how do the activities of citizen journalists, fan fiction writers and bedroom musicians connect with longer traditions of extra-institutional media  Weiterlesen…
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Alle Autoren: Dan Hunter
ISBN: 9780415782654 0415782651 9780203112021 0203112024
OCLC-Nummer: 703208723
Beschreibung: xv, 238 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Inhalt: Histories of user-generated content: between formal and informal media economies / Ramon Lobato, Julian Thomas and Dan Hunter --
Competing myths of informal economies / Megan Richardson and Jake Goldenfein --
Start with the household / John Quiggin --
Amateur creative digital content and proportional commerce / Steven Hetcher --
YouTube and the formalisation of amateur media / Jean Burgess --
The relationship between user-generated content and commerce / Kimberlee Weatherall --
The manufacture of 'authentic' buzz and the legal relations of Masterchef / Kathy Bowrey --
Harry Potter and the transformation wand : fair use, canonicity and fan activity / David Tan --
The simulation of 'authentic' buzz : T-mobile and the flash mob dance / Marc Trabsky --
Prestige and professionalisation at the margins of the journalistic field : the case of music writers / Ramon Lobato and Lawson Fletcher --
Swedish subtitling strike called off! : fan-to-fan piracy, translation, and the primacy of authorisation / Eva Hemmungs Wirtén --
Have amateur media enhanced the possibilities for good media work? / David Hesmondhalgh --
Minecraft as web 2.0 : amateur creativity and digital games / Greg Lastowka --
Cosplay, creativity and immaterial labours of love / Melissa de Zwart --
Web zero: the amateur and the indie game developer / Christian McCrea --
Anonymous speech on the internet / Brian Murchison --
The privacy interest in anonymous blogging / Lisa Austin --
'Privacy' of social networking texts / Megan Richardson and Julian Thomas.
Verfasserangabe: edited by Dan Hunter [and others].

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"The rise of Web 2.0 has pushed the amateur to the forefront of public discourse, public policy and media scholarship. Typically non-salaried, non-specialist and untrained in media production, amateur producers are now seen as key drivers of the creative economy. But how do the activities of citizen journalists, fan fiction writers and bedroom musicians connect with longer traditions of extra-institutional media production? This edited collection provides a much-needed interdisciplinary contextualisation of amateur media before and after Web 2.0. Surveying the institutional, economic and legal construction of the amateur media producer via a series of case studies, it features contributions from experts in the fields of law, economics and media studies. Each section of the book contains a detailed case study on a selected topic, followed by two further pieces providing additional analysis and commentary. Using an extraordinary array of case studies and examples, from YouTube to online games, from subtitling communities to reality TV, the book is neither a celebration of amateur production nor a denunciation of the demise of professional media industries. Rather, this book presents a critical dialogue across law and the humanities, exploring the dynamic tensions and interdependencies between amateur and professional creative production. This book will appeal to both academics and students of intellectual property and media law, as well as to scholars and students of economics, media, cultural and internet studies"--Unedited summary from book cover.

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