Radio Content in the Digital Age (Book)
The Evolution of a Sound Medium
The traditional radio medium has seen significant changes in recent years as part of the current global shift toward multimedia content, with both digital and FM making significant use of new technologies, including mobile communications and the Internet. This book focuses on the important role these new technologies play—and will play as radio continues to evolve. This series of essays by top academics in the field examines new options for radio technology as well as a summary of the opportunities and challenges that characterize academic and professional debates around radio today.
Angeliki Gazi is a visiting lecturer of media psychology at the Cyprus University of Technology and vice chair of the Radio Research Section of the European Communication Research and Education Association. Guy Starkey is professor of radio and journalism at the University of Sunderland and author of several books, including Radio in Context and Radio Journalism. Stanislaw Jedrzejewski is professor of sociology of media and social communication at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin.
Angeliki Gazi, Guy Starkey and Stanislaw Jedrejewski
Jose Luis Requejo Aleman and Susana Herrera Damas
Carmen Peñafiel Saiz
Elsa Moreno, Maria del Pilar Martinez-Costa and Avelino Amoedo
Vesa Kurkela and Heikki Uimonen
Josep Maria Martí, Xavier Ribes, Maria Gutiérrez, Luisa Martínez and Belén Monclús
Hilde van den Bulck and Bert Hermans
Etienne L. Damome
Publication Forum (Finland) lists this book as a Level 2 publication, where ‘the highest-level publications are directed as a result of extensive competition and demanding peer-review’.