Journal of Digital Media & Policy 10.1 available for free download
Intellect is pleased to announce that the Journal of Digital Media & Policy 10.1, (formally International Journal of Digital Television), is now available for free download!
Aim & Scope
The Journal of Digital Media and Policy, (formerly known as International Journal of Digital Television), aims to analyse and explain the socio-cultural, political, economic and technological questions surrounding digital media and address the policy issues facing regulators globally. This double-blind-peer-reviewed journal brings together and shares the work of academics, policy-makers and practitioners, offering lessons from one another's experience. Content is broad and varied, ranging from a mixture of critical work on technology, industry and regulatory convergence, to the emerging wider socio-cultural and political questions such as the application of online networks, the rise of cloud computing and the Internet of Things. We intend to examine critically emerging wider questions such as the role of ‘digital citizens', the regulatory environment for the new platform industry and the role of state regulation in an increasingly global media industry.
The challenge of forward-looking regulation
CHI ONWURAH MP
The digital democratic dividend
The multifaceted policy challenges of transnational Internet-distributed television
AMANDA D. LOTZ
Internet regulation as media policy: Rethinking the question of digital communication platform governance
TERRY FLEW, FIONA MARTIN AND NICOLAS SUZOR
Literacy of digital television policies: A casestudy analysis of audiences’ knowledge and ‘willingness-to-know’ in Flanders, Belgium
ANNE-SOFIE VANHAEGHT, KAREN DONDERS AND LEO VAN AUDENHOVE
The governance of digital switchover of terrestrial television in the European Union: The role of policy framing
The return of public media policy in New Zealand: New hope or lost cause?
PETER A. THOMPSON
Video-on-demand services in Latin America: Trends and challenges towards access, concentration and regulation
MARIELA BALADRON AND EZEQUIEL RIVERO
The Netflix Effect: Technology and Entertainment in the 21st Century, Kevin McDonald and Daniel Smith-Rowsey (eds) (2016)
Platform Power and Policy in Transforming Television Markets, Tom Evens and Karen Donders (2018)
Theorizing Digital Rhetoric, Aaron Hess and Amber Davisson (2018)